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    Question Online python interpreter

    Does anyone know of an online interputer that can be used from a web browser. I am at school i can not install anything, i.e. python, so I can not work on python skills. I think I will end up just bringing ubuntu or knoppix live disc to bypass this but until then is there a online python interpreter?

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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Your wish fulfilled:

    http://www.mired.org/home/mwm/try_python/

    (took me a while to find it)

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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Thanks this is very cool.

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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Quote Originally Posted by pmasiar View Post
    Your wish fulfilled:

    http://www.mired.org/home/mwm/try_python/

    (took me a while to find it)
    "try_python" reminds me of "Try Ruby In Your Browser" which again reminded me of "Try Python in you Browser" -> http://trac.pocoo.org/wiki/TryPy

    Nice for newcomers. But you have to actually run it locally as their is no Webhoster sponsoring a Jail
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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Maybe a stupid question, but is there any online bash console?
    Naah wait, thats impossible

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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Quote Originally Posted by petok View Post
    Maybe a stupid question, but is there any online bash console?
    Naah wait, thats impossible
    Why should there be?
    Just open a terminal.

    And if there would be, be sure, that it would be jailed very well, and there would be no such programs like wget etc,
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    Question Re: Online python interpreter ide

    Excuse me for bumping this thread but it's been a couple of years since it started.

    I was wondering if technology has changed on this.

    Does anyone know of anything new?

    Something similar to google docs but with a Python Shell....

    Any ideas thanks in advance!!!

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    Re: Online python interpreter ide

    Quote Originally Posted by pluckypigeon View Post
    Excuse me for bumping this thread but it's been a couple of years since it started.

    I was wondering if technology has changed on this.

    Does anyone know of anything new?

    Something similar to google docs but with a Python Shell....

    Any ideas thanks in advance!!!
    Why would you need one?

    For sharing/running/debugging source code, codepad pretty much has that wrapped up in a simple pastebin interface.

    Regards
    Iain

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    Re: Online python interpreter

    Quote Originally Posted by jae1227 View Post
    I am at school i can not install anything, i.e. python, so I can not work on python skills.
    If you have a USB drive you can try Portable Python. It runs straight off the USB drive, without needing installing, using the Windows registry or anything else that may be limited AFAIK, so it should be fine.

    This would be much more preferable to running in a browser in terms of speed, but it'd also allow you to add your own modules (either that you've made or downloaded) and interact with things on your local machine.

    EDIT: I didn't realise OP had posted this so long ago, but since it's been bumped I might as well leave this here anyway for anyone who sees it and might be interested.
    Saying that you "could care less" about something is implying that you DO care about it, regardless of common usage.
    Using it as a way of saying you don't care is simply wrong.

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    Re: Online python interpreter ide

    Quote Originally Posted by tinivole View Post
    Why would you need one?

    For sharing/running/debugging source code, codepad pretty much has that wrapped up in a simple pastebin interface.

    Regards
    Iain
    Nice. I didn't know about that. Thanks!!

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