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OPS435 Python Lab 1

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PART 2 - Setting up Your Python Environment For Labs
::You will be required to use a text editor in order to create and modify your Python scripts. There are many text editors that provide various features to become more comfortable and productive during your Python coding sessions.
::Below is a listing of several common text editors and their features.
  <blockquote><blockquote>{{Admon/tip|style="padding-left:25px"|Selecting an Appropriate Text Editor|'''Vim''' (recommended text editor for labs)<br>vim is a powerful text editor for system administration and programming tasks. All of the shortcuts and commands you've learned over the years will help you edit programs efficiently. <br><br>'''Geany'''<br>A simple graphical text editor for developers. Is available in the CentOS repositories.<br><br>'''Atom'''<br>This text editor is easy to use and contains powerful tools that comes with everything needed to program and customize the environment.<br><br>'''Sublime'''<br>Another powerful and popular text editor designed for programming. Is not open source.}}</blockquote></blockquote>
<ol><li value=6" style="margin-left:25px;">Installing vim(Vi IMproved) will give us syntax highlighting and allow for advanced customization for terminal editing.<br>Issue the following command to either install vim or confirm that it has already been installed:<source>

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