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Modern Python Standard Library Cookbook: What IDE does your book recommend ?

 
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Dear Sir,


Does your book give any insights on recommending a productive IDE ?


Thanks.
 
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Let us see what advice for you got author, but personally I could recommend you a PyCharm by JetBrains. Alternatively you could use IntelliJ IDEA with Python plugin, but there would be some differences which you could research for what they are.
 
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Liutauras Vilda wrote:Let us see what advice for you got author, but personally I could recommend you a PyCharm by JetBrains. Alternatively you could use IntelliJ IDEA with Python plugin, but there would be some differences which you could research for what they are.



Since PyCharm has a community version and it is backed by JetBrains it is worth considering a goog choice.

 
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JetBrains have a good reputation, gained fro the success of IntelliJ.
 
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PyCharm is good IDE for Python, but If you're looking for *lightweight* option then VS Code with Python extension is good editor. You could easily get started here.
 
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The question was: what IDE does the book recommend?
 
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The book itself doesn't explicitly recommend or suggest any IDE.
All book recipes were developed on Visual Studio Code and personally I daily alternate between PyCharm, Vim and Visual Studio Code depending on what I have to do.
 
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