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10 Responses

  1. ziomek says:

    You should add VSC with Python extensions because it is great tool. VSC is definitely better than Atom.

  2. joy says:

    Missed VSCode, worth trying.

  3. Ella John says:

    This is a great list of Best Python IDEs. I would like to ‘Geany” which is another cross platform IDE.

  4. Mateusz says:

    Hi! Nice font in vim – can you provide the name of this? Thanks

  5. Ron Stewart says:

    I would add ActiveState’s Komodo IDE (paid license) or Edit (free) to this list.

  6. Daniel Toebe says:

    Personally I find vscode to be the best python “ide”. With plugins I get fast autocomplete, inline Jupiter notebook, and easy env integration

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