Python tutorial- save file .py extension


Save file with .py extension


So far, you have directly written your python code in python interpreter interface. When you close it, your code is lost. To keep your code in your hard drive for running it later you can use a simple text editor to write the code (e.g. Notepad) and save it with .py extension. You can run it by double-clicking the file name(with .py extension).
For example, write the following code in Notepad and save it as User-Domain.py in your current working directory (C:\Python25):
youremail=raw_input('Enter your e-mail address:')
username=youremail.split('@')[0]
domain=youremail.split('@')[1]
print 'User name:%-15s Domain: %s' % (username,domain)
By double-clicking the file name, you program will be compiled and run. However, the program will close suddenly. To avoid this problem, there are two ways. First you need to add the line of code:k=raw_input(‘Press any key to exit…’) below other lines of code.

python run save code 

Another way is to open your file with python interpreter interface and press F5 to run it.



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