No option available for saving files
The python shell is good for experimenting and testing some things out, but
you are right it isn't for writing programs you actually re-use and run
later. You can use any text editor you want, Visual Studio Code and Sublime
Text are both popular, but anything will do at all. There is also a simple
editor with integration for running Python included in the Python Windows
installer, called IDLE. You should be able to find that in your start menu.
On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 4:24 AM Shreya Joshi <shreya.mm.joshi at gmail.com>
> Hi ma?am/sir,
> I?ve started using python Shell 3.6.8-32 bit executable installer on
> windows OS. But there is no option to save or open a new file. This gives
> an output after every line. But, I want to work on longer codes to execute
> Am I using the right interface? Please help.
> Here is a screenshot?
> Sent from Mail for Windows 10
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