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Portable Python 3.2.5.1

Here is the download page for portable python 3.2.5.1: http://portablepython.com/wiki/PortablePython3.2.5.1/ If anybody needs a zip instead of a self extracting zip, please comment on this post and I will update it with a download link to a zip.

Portable python 2.7.3.2!

Hello! There is a new version of portable python available, so I have made an install. Unzip the zip to a new folder on your flash drive or wherever you want to install it to. Below are the main extra modules and programs that are included: Programs Python 2.7.3.2 – The main Python interpreter PyScripter […]

How to use easygui (part 3/3)

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In this mini series of posts, I have explained how you can create dialogue boxes and popup windows to display text and get information from the user. If you haven’t read the previous tutorials, I recommend that you go back and read them, as this tutorial follows on from the previous two. In this final […]

How to use easygui (part 2/3)

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Hello and Welcome to the second post in this series! In this post I attempt to explain some more complex things that you can do with easyGUI. Again, this tutorial should work regardless of the version of python that you are using. The only difference is that in this tutorial I use the python 3 […]

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How to use easygui (part 1/3)

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Hello! This is my first post, and it is going to be about gui programming in python. I am looking into tkinter – the “standard” gui programming tool that comes with python, but it is rather complex so I looked for a simpler way of doing things to start off with. The python package that […]

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Flashing lights (GPIO/Python challenge)

Last week many of you got an LED flashing from the GPIOs using Python. You started with the code from time import sleep #To use the command sleep from the module time import RPi.GPIO as GPIO #To use commands the GPIO control module GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BOARD) #To make the numbering of the GPIOs better GPIO.setup(7, GPIO.OUT) #To […]

Python tutorials, getting started.

Lets start then… http://cscircles.cemc.uwaterloo.ca/ http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/python Then signup to this http://www.udacity.com/view#Course/cs101/CourseRev/apr2012/Unit/671001/Nugget/675002

Python portable setup for a USB memory stick

http://www.portablepython.com/wiki/Download Get both version 2 and 3.