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I think you can
When I use Python, I use IDLE or PyScripter. I don't compile my code, so I guess I'm using a scripted language.
Have to? No. But knowing more can never hurt, only help. You will however have to familiarize yourself with using Jython, which is not the same as learning Java.
When you go to run python code, what is the name of the program you need to load up first?
The "right" one depends on your needs. Java is fairly easy to learn and quick to make GUIs. This is one reason I would recommend Jython. Start here to use it. I can offer at least some assistance, but their mailing list would probably be more helpful (use the "users" one).
Calccrypto: I don't understand your question. I use IDLE to write my programs (and more recently PyScriptor). Make no mistake, I have no idea what I'm doing, I'm doing this for fun.
calccrypto, you got a half of what he is asking.
i think what you are asking for is a complier. python complies programs when you import them, but you still need python to run them. you can try "cx_freeze" to compile your programs (and add an icon pic), but they still need python to run them. i dont think you cant simply make an app or something and expect it to run on someone else's computer. ive tried, but nothing works, so far
I've been using Python for a while now (and loving it) but I want to take my programs to the next level. Bear with while I try to explain myself, I've never taken a programming class, so I don't know how to explain myself properly.