What are the differences between running code in python's built-in interpreter and running it in pycharm

dtq_1985 注册会员
2023-02-27 11:34

The Witch references the bing and GPT sections :
There are many differences between Python's native interpreter and Pycharm. First, while Python's built-in interpreter is designed to run simple Python code, Pycharm provides additional features, including breakpoint debugging, code hinting, intellisits, syntax checking, code completion, and more, that allow developers to accomplish tasks more quickly. In addition, Pycharm has special features, such as automatic documentation generation, code formatting, and code refactoring, that are difficult to implement in Python's built-in interpreter. Finally, Pycharm can be integrated with Git, SVN, and other versioning tools, making it easy for developers to version manage projects. In summary, Pycharm provides developers with the added convenience of being able to complete tasks faster.
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lucky_xu123 注册会员
2023-02-27 11:34

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There is no essential difference between running code in Python's built-in interpreter and PyCharm, as both are executed in the Python interpreter. However, PyCharm integrates a number of development tools and accessibility features that make development more efficient and convenient. For example, PyCharm provides code completion, debugging, unit testing, versioning, and other capabilities that greatly enhance development efficiency.

For the right Angle bracket problem you mentioned, it may be because in Python's interactive interpreter, the return value of each expression is automatically printed after execution, whereas in PyCharm you need to manually add a print statement or use the debugger to view the value of a variable.

In PyCharm, you can add or uncomment a variable by selecting a line of code and then pressing Ctrl + /, or use the debugger to see the value of a variable by setting a breakpoint on the line of code you want to debug.

The code you mentioned without Angle brackets can also be run in Python's own interpreter or PyCharm, simply by pasting the code into the Python interpreter or PyCharm editor and running it. If you need to get input, you can use the input() function, and if you need to output, you can use the print() function.

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