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how do i save python programs

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#1 attak sekwence

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 03:01 AM

Hey I got myself a couple books from the library and have been looking around the web and I cant figure out how to save python programs from the interpreter. It seems like every tutorial is using IDLE because they are instructing me to use file>save as, well with a linux terminal you dont have that option and I'm failing to figure out what command to use. Is it a python command or a linux command? Should my actual code writing be done in a text editor like Gedit, Kate or nano?

To my understanding most developers use the interpreter for its speed and convenience as a test platform so there has to be a way to save it right? Should I just get IDLE even though I'm pretty certain it's unneccessary? I try to stay away from using the GUI for things so I get a deeper understanding of how things actually work)

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