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lex1dr 06-16-2003 05:21 PM

compiling Python scripts
 
I've loaded a useful for me programme written in Python.
There is no any README or smth else included in the archive.
How can I compile python files(*.py)

!!!HLP PLZ!!! PS: I'm really need this application

Proud 06-16-2003 05:24 PM

You dont :)
Just run them. Python is an interactive interpreted language. You can get the .py in .pyc form which is a halfway bytecode compiled version, but not needed for use. :)


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