#1
Hi. I'm currently taking grade 11 Computer Sciences, which is basically computer programming. We are using visual basics, and I asked my teacher of a more practical programming source I could use to expand my knowledge. He recommended "Python" and got me started on it. The only problem is, that I installed it, and downloaded and IDE, but the IDE will not work. I'm not sure if it's because it is not compatible with Vista or not, but I'm confused. When I click on the install application which is a python file. the system 32 window comes up, and goes away immediately.

What's wrong? It's Eric4, which is the IDE. If anyone has any ideas, or can type up a step by step, or suggest and even better IDE, I would be greatly appreciative.

Thank you.
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#2
He might have meant the Python language...are you sure he meant the program?

I use Python (the program) as a server to bypass physics restrictions in some games I play.
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#5
Whether he meant the program or the language or whatever... I don't understand either of it.

I though I would need a IDE to make my own interfaces and everything.

Would someone be able to explain this stuff to me, perhaps?
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