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This section has instructions for installing Python and running Python from a command prompt.
 
This section has instructions for installing Python and running Python from a command prompt.
  
* [[Boston Python Workshop 4/Friday/Windows set up Python|Windows]]
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* [[Boston Python Workshop 4/Friday/OSX set up Python|OS X]]
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== Goal #2: prepare a text editor ==
 
== Goal #2: prepare a text editor ==

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