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    Text editor settings

    I'm pretty much new to this forum and I'm trying to learn Python programming, however I have some strong issues that need fixing, before I can begin with the programming, main one being that any text editor that I download from the world wide web won't run Python 3 code due to some settings that aren't correctly done or applied yet. So I'm asking you, if you are an expert and you've faced something similar, to offer me a solution on how to run a Python 3 code on text editors, such as Atom, Sublime Text, and Brackets? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    First of all, I'm not a Python user. However, I use Visual Studio Code for my text editor, and they have a tutorial for getting started with Python on their text editor. Perhaps that will help with whatever settings you're having problems with.

    Just so you know, Visual Studio Code is free and works with quite a few coding languages. You might want to give it a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinyl-junkie View Post
    Just so you know, Visual Studio Code is free and works with quite a few coding languages.
    It also runs atop Electron, the same mix of node.js and Blink that Atom uses... which I think says a lot about the status of both Chakra and UWP when M$ won't even use their own scripting+renderer+stack for building an editor.
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