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    IDLE "Python"

    Have installed IDLE 2.6.6 via Synaptic using: sudo apt-get install idle and just by opening a terminal and typing idle the program appears.

    But when i have opened the IDLE program and at the prompt i type: print "Hello World!" and then go to File => Save As and save the file as to my Desktop.

    Now when i want to run the file called I open up the IDLE program and go to File => New Window => Run and finally Run Module. nothing?

    Could someone tell me what i'm doing wrong please. Should i save any Python files i create in the same folder where the Python or IDLE programs are stored?

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    Problem solved

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    Quote Originally Posted by branoo View Post
    Problem solved
    Congratulations! But frankly I'd appreciate if you could share with us how you solved you issue
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