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    I just downloaded that ActiveState Python. I was wondering if there is a way I can just enter my code in a separate window(like Visual Basic's code editor) and have the program run in it's own window, instead of that interactive business where you see your typed code and the output.

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    Python has two kinds of windows.The first is the interactive one where you can write your code and execute the programm and see the output - it's called "Python Shell".
    The second one is a simple window where you only can write your code. You can open it simply with the menu:File -> New Window. Here you can write your code then save your programm and then go to the menu like this:Edit -> Run Skript. The Output is generated in a seperate window.

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