If you are looking for Python PythonCard, you have come to the right place. We explain what Python PythonCard is and point you to the official download.
What is Python PythonCard?
Python PythonCard belongs to the category of programs known as IDEs—integrated development environments. The general output users can expect to create with the application would be desktop programs for use on any of the following operating systems: Linux GTK; Solaris; Mac OS X; and Windows 9x, XP, NT, ME, and 2000. Self-executing or standalone applications are also doable using the software. The program is in fact based on another, similar utility, HyperCard. Much of the focus in its development has had to do with ensuring high levels of user-friendliness and assistance through minimization of manual coding while still providing sufficient leeway for exercising coding expertise. As such, it can be used by both relative novices at coding and very experienced coders.
One of the key features of the program when it comes to user assistance is the inclusion of extensive implementation-ready utilities and sample codes that users can repurpose for their projects or simply use as guides for their creations. It works exclusively with the Python programming language, so a person will not be able to make use of it without at least basic familiarity with that language.
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File types supported by Python PythonCard
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Last updated: : July 17, 2014