Using the Terminal on Windows :

Using the Terminal on Windows
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The terminal can be intimidating to work with when you’re used to working with graphical user interfaces. However, it’s an important tool that you need to get used to in your journey as a Python developer. Even though you can substitute some workflows in the terminal with apps that contain a graphical user interface (GUI), you may need to open the terminal at some point in your life as a Python developer.

In this Code Conversation, you’ll follow a chat between Philipp and Ian as they perform common tasks in the terminal on Windows, such as:

  • Showing the current working directory
  • Listing the contents of a folder
  • Adding text to files without opening them
  • Displaying the content of a file

Along the way, you’ll learn how to:

  • Find the terminal on your operating system
  • Open the terminal for the first time
  • Navigate your file system with basic commands
  • Create files and folders with the terminal
  • Run Python files on Windows

If you’ve never worked with the terminal on Windows before or you want to see some interesting use cases to incorporate the terminal into your workflow, then this video course is the perfect start for you.

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February 21, 2023 at 07:30PM
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