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  • Anybody have an updated version of Peter Norvig's Sudoku Solver?
    The program Peter Norvig's Sudoku Solver was written in python 2.5. I am looking for an updated version that can run on the latest version of Thonny IDE which is presently using python 3.7.
  • Simplest ide for starting out
    Thonny. It was designed for learning (in addition to coding, of course), and is an excellent IDE for beginners.
  • I teach Python on the Raspberry Pi 400 at the public library
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-06-15
    Nice to see turtle graphics being call out. Back when I learned to code, it was one of the more common learning techniques, and I still believe that it's one of the most "hands on" ways to explain loops, recursion etc.

    As far as development environments - have you tried Thonny (https://thonny.org/)? It has some nice features in it that are specifically geared towards explaining how things work. For example, when you debug, you can step through subexpressions, and their values are automatically substituted in the editor as they are computed.

  • Which distro gives the user the greatest amount of control when customizing?
    Use Thonny. There are many other editors/IDEs which you can decide for yourself later, but Thonny is the easiest, designed for learning and specifically for Python. You don’t have to configure anything, you can just open it, write print(“Hello, World!”) and press run (F5) — and you’ve made your first program.
  • Reading built in Temperature sensor values of Raspberry Pi PICO
    You can download the code from the link below. Unzip and open the code using Thonny editor. You can download Thonny micro python editor and open the files. For setting and uploading the code in Raspberry Pi Pico using Thonny you refer the below article.
  • How to use the debugger line by line in pycharm IDE.
    I'm sure that there's a simple way to do this in PyCharm (especially since there's a video tutorial doing so), but if you want a fantastic debugger, the one in Thonny can't be beat IMO.
  • How is this Fibonacci function working?!
    I highly recommend using Thonny as a beginner. It's an IDE specifically made for beginners, and helps you understand how recursion works. In fact, the fibonacci sequence is the example they show in the very first screenshot.
  • This board is fucking trash ,why won't it work?
    The thonny github page, under the windows installation instructions located here https://github.com/thonny/thonny/wiki/Windows , says this: Thonny bundles are supported on Windows 7, 8 and 10. So it's sad that you experienced something different. I don't have windows here to test.
  • Tutorials aren’t really working well for me.. I want to find a github program that I can reverse engineer. Any fun/simple projects I can start with?
    Download and install Thonny
  • I want to teach my 13 year old programming. He has the mind for it as he is very logical like his dad. Is Python a good choice? Or is there something else that would be better?
    I really like https://thonny.org as a beginning environment, you install it an can start programming python straight away.
  • how to learn python advance?
    My personal favourite debugger for getting to know what's happening behind the scenes is the one built into Thonny. It was designed for learning. I like it because at the default setting, you can watch it substitute in every value, and see how comparisons evaluate to either True or False. I've switched over my beginner Comp Sci class from IDLE to Thonny, as I find it helps my students more easily learn about the under-the-hood details the Python interpreter uses making decisions, repeating code, calling functions, etc.
  • Python IDEs and code editors compilation
    dev.to | 2021-04-13
    Thonny is a free Python IDE designed specifically for beginners. Comes with a built-in version of Python v3. x. Compatible with Linux, macOS, and Windows.
  • thonny ide won't recognise module installed
  • [D] How do you actually program in Pytorch?
    I can recommend Thonny, a friendly python IDE. It's easy to step through code and inspect the current state (variables in scope). IMO that's the best way to get a sense of "what's going on" in a block of code, especially when there are lots of functions, which are not easily inspected with the REPL.