Beginners book on Python - start here if you don't know programming
One of my favorite early references is A Byte of Python by Swaroop. It breaks down the basics really well, has no ads, and is completely free. You can even download a copy as PDF or EPUB from the author's GitHub page.
Public documentation for Visual Studio Code
On Windows, I primarily use Visual Studio Code, also called vscode and vs.code, when writing Python and PowerShell code. PowerShell code I usually develop directly on Windows. Python code I mostly develop on a Debian Windows Subsystem for Linux, also called WSL, instance on my Windows machine. This article describes how to set that up for use with vscode.
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