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Running PSSE from Python IDLE or Python IDE

asked 2017-03-12 09:38:14 -0500

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Which is the best to use when running PSSE from python, using the Python IDLE or using any Python IDE (e.g. PyCharm, Spyder, etc.)

Any comments from the this forum are greatly appreciated. Thank you

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answered 2017-03-16 10:36:09 -0500

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I think "best" is all up to user preference. I personally like to use PyCharm when I am building a very large project as it, to me, is the best full blown IDE for python. Most of the time it is overkill though, and i actually do a lot of my programming in something basic like Notepad++. I like Notepad++ better than IDLE because it allows you to keep however many files you are working with within the same window. It also allows you to work with files that aren't python files (.dyr, .idv, etc), and also has pretty good syntax highlighting. When I want to run a python script that I am working on in Notepad++, I usually go to Command Prompt (or PSSE Command Prompt) and run it from there.

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Thank you EBahr for this comment. So I have to ways. Either run my python script from PSSE command prompt or run it from PyCharm.

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answered 2017-03-16 01:29:28 -0500

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Here's a tutorial from this very site: http://www.whit.com.au/blog/2012/10/i...

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