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Blown away!
Awesome tool for learning Python!
wmdaily on Jan 24, 2013 for Pythonista
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Jaw-droppingly good
I am blown away at how well done this app is. Incredible.
BJ Homer on Jan 19, 2013 for Pythonista
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Great app!
Love this app!
Nerdtronn on Jan 19, 2013 for Pythonista
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Good stuff
Title says it. When I need my fix this app has got my medicine.
PyInTheSky on Jan 16, 2013 for Pythonista
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Very good!
It took a while to see what was going on and how to execute programs but once I did it is very educational.
Hw281 on Jan 15, 2013 for Pythonista
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I love this so, so much.
I was completely ecstatic when I found out that there existed a Python IDE for the iPhone. Now I have Python in my pocket, in my reach, at all times. Complex problems that I could never hope to do in my head are no match for the computational power of Python, which I can pull out any time I need to make a difficult decision based on probabilistic information, perform tedious string operations, make a simple game, or just otherwise have fun. I feel so much more *powerful* knowing that this is on my iPhone. I prefer this over the other IDEs because its keyboard is easy to use, and it has lots of useful packages that I can use to accomplish things (that the other ones don't have), including ones that involve the touchscreen, as demonstrated. Its program storage and organization methods are also pretty neat, and I like the extra IDE-type features, like those that allow me to jump to specific functions. I sort of wish it were updated to 3.3, but it's not a big deal. I don't find anything else wrong with it. I thought that the top keyboard did not include square or curly brackets, but actually you just have to hold the key down. I like that implementation a lot.
helloIdon'twanttoshowmyname on Jan 13, 2013 for Pythonista
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