I only started learning Python a few days ago, so as a beginner, what IDE should I be using? Should I just start with IDLE, then move on to something else when I'm more advanced? I've been using Pycharm for the past few days, I didn't know if that's an acceptable IDE for a beginner.

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Because things, these days, seem a little 'slow' around this forum, please forebare this old post, (that was recently resurrected by an inquiring mind), and humour this 'update', in good faith that this update might be appreciated by some beginning students of C++ ... :) // beginnerBadCppExampleCodeBeforeFixedUp.cpp // 2013-08-14 // // This following 'Supposed example' of good code is ... // re-worked ... // to demo an acceptable coding style for current C++ students ... #include<iostream.h> #include<conio.h> float no,price[50],total[50],qty[50],tt; char item[30]; void main() { int i,j; clrscr(); cout<<"\n\n\t\t\tRaje's Billing Software\n\n"; cout<<"\nEnter The Number of Products you'v Purchased:"; cin>>no; cout<<"\n\nSL No\tITEM …

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The End.