Which IDE is used in the videos? i use Wing IDE, but it does not work the same. for example, i need to write "print (p)" instead of "print p" for it to work.
in the videos it looks like a very simple one, i would like to use that one
asked 29 Feb '12, 05:58
I am not sure the IDE they work with... pretty sure they have a python interpreter that runs background on their server and they developed a GUI fo the web.
What I can say with certainty is that you have a difference in your IDE because you have probably version 3.x from python and they use version 2.x (you can tell because exactly of the difference from how print is executed)
If you want to do download the portable version and you have an enviroment on the go (on you USB stick) and you can get the same version as they use (on the site they have 2.7. something)