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    Exclamation Is there any way to use python online?


    Is there any way to use python online?
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    clearify your question!

    an online interpreter? ideone.com/
    webprogramming? wiki.python.org/moin/WebProgramming/
    a web framework for python? djangoproject.com/
    online tutorials? pythontutor.com/

    (sorry I can't highlight links...)

    otherwise, give more detail with what you mean
    and remember Google is your friend ^^'

    Yegers
    Last edited by Winters; November 3rd, 2012 at 02:44 PM. Reason: Oops. Wrong post.
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    If you're looking for an online Python interpreter, here's one (along with other languages): http://repl.it/#:languages
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    Hmmm...

    but I think repl.it only works for python 2.x

    ideone.com supports python 2.x aswel as python 3.x

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    I highly recommend the online IDE at
    ideone.com
    It does allow you to use Python2 or Python3 to quickly test your code and you can email the result from there.

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    Exclamation Hi


    This is still me ajayajayaj but i lost my password so now im ajayajayajj.
    I would like to embeded it into a website like a flash game.

    Thanks
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    Question Google


    By the way for the last few months i've been using google and this is the first time i tried a forum. All of the others were finding old forums but they were always out of date.
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    Originally Posted by Dietrich
    I highly recommend the online IDE at
    ideone.com
    It does allow you to use Python2 or Python3 to quickly test your code and you can email the result from there.
    Great website! They have quite a language selection. (I mean, INTERCAL?!?) One issue is they don't have a REPL (read-evaluate-print loop) for the languages that have them, like Python. A REPL is a great tool for prototyping code, and I usually have one open when I'm coding in Python. But I guess at that point, a person would just install Python locally.
    Originally Posted by ajayajayajj
    I would like to embeded it into a website like a flash game.
    I'm confused. Are you saying you want to make a Flash game with an embedded Python console? That's a Flash issue, not Python.
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    Originally Posted by Lux Perpetua
    Great website! They have quite a language selection. (I mean, INTERCAL?!?) One issue is they don't have a REPL (read-evaluate-print loop) for the languages that have them, like Python. A REPL is a great tool for prototyping code, and I usually have one open when I'm coding in Python. But I guess at that point, a person would just install Python locally. I'm confused. Are you saying you want to make a Flash game with an embedded Python console? That's a Flash issue, not Python.
    Yes in a way but maybe use a diferent programming language than flash.
    Last edited by ajayajayajj; November 5th, 2012 at 04:15 PM. Reason: I meant flash instead of python
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    This could help you, for setting up and some general info about webapplication

    http://wiki.python.org/moin/WebFrameworks
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    Originally Posted by Yergers
    web frameworks
    Those are all for linux.
    Also is there any way to make an object follow an object?
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    Originally Posted by ajayajayajj
    Those are all for linux.
    Also is there any way to make an object follow an object?
    I don't think it has anything to do with the OS you are using...

    For example (most popular):
    DJANGO
    URL: http://www.djangoproject.com/
    version: 1.4
    licence: BSD
    platforms: Unix, Windows, Mac
    Python versions: >= 2.5

    furthermore, an object follow an object?

    Good Luck,
    Yegers
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    object follow an object


    I figured out that you can type:
    Code:
    if self.evilx < self.pos:
        evilx= evilx + self.evilspeed
    and so on...
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    If you're looking for an online Python interpreter, here's one (along with other languages):
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    All of those are amazing intrepetrs but are there any with pygame?

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