is there a Udacity IDE like the html playground?

is there a Udacity python IDE like the udacity html playground that is freely accessible even when the question window is not set to the ide?

asked 24 Aug '12, 22:59

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Have a look at this thread on CS373 as suggested by @Jeff here.

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answered 25 Aug '12, 08:41

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thanks luca-g, but I meant like http://www.udacity.com/html_playground

just, for Python

Note we can go back to a question where the in-browser-ide is loaded and play with that, but it might confuse the 'progress' index

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answered 25 Aug '12, 15:35

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Not from udacity unless you are doing one of the problem set. But you can use several Python in a browser like this [one][(http://repl.it/)

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answered 25 Aug '12, 15:49

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very interesting; but I already have IDLE if I must look outside of udacity. Thanks, anyway persep.

(25 Aug '12, 16:06)

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