hello world in python on linux tutorial

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  1. I used to have trouble following along these things but after one c++ class oh boy, did I get my coding ass beat into shape. It's a very good beginners tutorial and I'm ever so grateful! been wanting to learn python for a while

  2. Definitely helpful for a Linux noob. Maybe not the best video for someone that's not good with learning basic technology, but definitely helpful for those that already have a brain. I found this pretty dang useful.

  3. Now that I've done python for a little longer I  noticed a problem with this video.  You can execute python scripts the same way.  The script that says .sh could just be .py with the right shebang line and marked executable.

  4. @infowaredm yea, sorry about that. It's because I was using my internal mic. I have a headset now so if I produce any new videos I will use the headset instead. It sounds really good.

  5. @chill13j awesome thanks…. also i have another request of you 🙂 can you please please please show us how to do CLi argument parsing to a python program? Im kinda playing around with it atm to do my assignment, but i need to use a function called OptionParser to be able to carry out different actions depending on the argument given upon execution. I also want to learn how to do error handling if people dont type in the arguments correctly

  6. @happinin I show how with nano (a terminal text editor you can use any text editor though) at 2:40. Just make a file with a text editor and write | print "hello world" | in it. Go to the file and type | python filename |

  7. hey, do you by any chance show how to do this in a file, and execute / compile / run the file like you do in c++ ? i get the hello world and basic arithmetic but i wanna do this in a *.py file….

  8. cool tutorial. Didn't see the "r" in raw at first, had to backtrack to find it, but everything worked. Good timing I am new and this is just what I need. Feel free to explain all the details you can like why parenthesis and quotes when calling up the .py script

  9. @chill13j When you record the video, don't amplify the mic directly from whatever sound mixer you use. Instead, record it at the normal sensitivity. Then, in a somewhat decent video editor, rip the audio and save it. Amplify it in Audacity. You may need to enable clipping. Now your audio should not have the buzzing. Save this audio file, and replace the original audio file with this one. If the problem still occurs, it is a mic problem.

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