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  • Close - python.

    - by Jahkr
    Hi there, I'm new to Python. I use Python 2.7 and I am running Windows Vista (64-bit). How do I make it when I click on .py scripts... that it opens up in IDLE so I can edit it a snap? Ya know... without having to open IDLE by itself. Heh. I got all the way to C:\Python27\Lib\idlelib but I don't see the IDLE application. Then when I do right-click and "Default open with" and select the idle.bat file.. I get this: Thanks!

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  • Getting .py scripts to open up in Python's IDLE

    - by Jahkr
    Hi there, I'm new to Python. I use Python 2.7 and I am running Windows Vista (64-bit). How do I make it when I click on .py scripts... that it opens up in IDLE so I can edit it a snap? Ya know... without having to open IDLE by itself. Heh. I got all the way to C:\Python27\Lib\idlelib but I don't see the IDLE application. Then when I do right-click and "Default open with" and select the idle.bat file.. I get this: Thanks!

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  • Splitting strings using a delimiter in python.

    - by Jahkr
    OK so I have a string that has this: Dan|warrior|54 I'm trying to make so I can use python and split it using | as the delimiter. Here's what I have so far: #!/usr/bin/env python dan = 'dan|warrior|54' print dan.split('|') and that results into this: ['dan', 'warrior', '54'] I know it's incomplete but what do I have to do to finish it? Yes, I tried googling this problem... but it's not happening. :( I want so that I can choose specifically which one from the delimiter so if I was dan.split('|')[1] .. it would pick warrior. See my point?

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  • Java text to applet converter ... is there such a thing?

    - by Jahkr
    Let's say you have this program: public class sample public static void main(String args[]) { System.out.println("Hello world!"); } } ... is there a converter that will turn it into this: import java.applet.Applet; import javax.swing.*; public class sample extends JApplet { public static JTextArea area; public void init() { area = new JTextArea(); add(area); area.append("Hello world!"); } } I mean, I can do it by hand... but it would take some time.

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