Run Python Scripts from the Terminal

Run Python Scripts from the Terminal

Running Python scripts from the terminal (cmd, command line, shell, etc.) can really increase your productivity by allowing you to scale your code to larger machines and batch process data. And it’s really simple to do! Watch this video for a quick demo.

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13 thoughts on “Run Python Scripts from the Terminal

  1. How should I run a script globally, like from any where in the system, can you please tell me that ? (on windows)

  2. i want My be not shown, and only the terminal shows when u open the code, and then on the terminal you put he bot token, and enter and its on

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