Python 3.3.0: Interpreter for the programming language

Python 3.3.0

 

Python 3.3.0 is the latest version, updated in September 2012, the interpreter for the programming language.  Lenjuage Python is a high-level, object-oriented, interpreted, cross-platform (Windows, Mac OS, various enterprise linux distributions and Unix, OS / 2).

Python stands out because it is powerful, but also because it is easy to learn because it uses syntax, favoring better legible writing code, especially when taking the first steps in programming.  Also because it has a large collection of libraries that can be reused in any program.

This package includes the interpreter needed to run the scripts, and a development environment (IDE) for Python, called IDLE, which runs on Windows and Linux.  IDLE shell contains a window that works like interactive interpreter, and a debugger (debugger) that is still in development.  Added to that the editor is simple, it has recourse to other environments such as Eclipse plugin for Python, or the Komodo IDE, among others.

Tutorials are available in Python official website , and an extensive documentation with examples for beginners.  Also available is information about modules and APIs for C and C + +, since it can incorporate features developed with these languages.