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What is Python Online?

Python Online is an online compiler that allows you to write, run, check, and save your code without installing any code editors.

It means you can start coding in your browser without installing and configuring software on your computer.

We understand that code editors can take up a lot of space and RAM. So if you don’t have enough space on your computer for a code editor after installing Dota, welcome aboard!

Who is Python Online suitable for?

We’ve built Python Online for beginners who want to start coding quickly without having to install and configure code editors.

You can use the compiler if your computer can’t handle resource-intensive programs like VS Code, etc.

Python Online is a perfect tool for computer science lessons in K12 and universities.

What can you do with Python Online?

Python Online is a lightweight and versatile online compiler that allows you to:

  1. Learn to code;
  2. Show and study code examples;
  3. Solve computer science problems;
  4. Prepare for programming competitions;
  5. Prepare for a technical interview for a programming job;
  6. Write simple programs;
  7. Create simple text-based games.

Advantages of Python Online

You can code right in your browser. There is no need to download, install, or configure any software.

You can share your code with anyone and host it for as long as you need.

Upload and download your code to a file.

Work on multiple codes switching between tabs.

The compiler highlights your code and automatically indents it based on the syntax rules of the Python language.

What can you create with Python?

Here are some examples of what you can create with Python:

Desktop applications with a graphical user interface

You can use Python libraries such as Tkinter, PyQt, or Kivy to create desktop applications with a user-friendly graphical interface.

Game development

Pygame is a popular choice for game development in Python. It is not as powerful as Unity or Unreal Engine, but it is suitable for simpler 2D games.

Web applications

Python frameworks such as Django, Flask, Pyramid, and others can be used to create powerful, feature-rich web applications.


You can develop interactive chatbots using Python libraries such as ChatterBot.

Cybersecurity and penetration testing

You can use Python to develop security-related applications using tools such as Scapy, nmap-python, and others.

Data analysis and visualization tools

Python data processing libraries such as pandas and visualization libraries such as Matplotlib and Seaborn can be used to develop applications that process, analyze, and visualize data.

Machine learning applications

Libraries such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, scikit-learn, and others allow developers to create AI and machine learning applications using Python.

Scientific and numerical applications

Python is widely used in scientific computing with the help of libraries such as SciPy, NumPy, and others.

Web scraping applications

You can use libraries such as BeautifulSoup and Scrapy to develop applications that extract data from websites.

Automation and scripting

Python’s simplicity makes it a great language for writing automation scripts. For example, you can automate repetitive tasks such as moving files, analyzing logs, and others.

Blockchain applications

You can use Python to develop blockchain applications, including cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and ICOs.

Image processing

Libraries such as OpenCV and Pillow can be used to create applications that work with image processing.

Natural language processing (NLP)

Libraries such as NLTK, spaCy, and Gensim can help in developing applications that work with human language data.

Internet of Things (IoT)

You can use Python to create applications for IoT, using Raspberry Pi and similar devices.

Network programming

Python has built-in libraries such as asyncio that you can use to write server-side and other network applications.

Why is Python the best first language to learn?

Imagine learning a new language – wouldn’t it be easier if it sounded a bit like English? That’s Python! It’s known for being super clear and easy to read, even for beginners.

Think of writing code like building Legos. With Python, you only need a few “bricks” (lines of code) to make cool stuff, like small games or apps. Other languages might need many more bricks for the same thing.

Plus, companies like Google love Python, so if you ever interview for a coding job, you might even get to use it!

Python also handles the boring stuff, like remembering where things are, so you can focus on fun things like making your code do amazing things.

And guess what? Big companies like Netflix and Discord use Python too! They use it for awesome things like showing you the next cool movie or making sure your interaction goes smoothly.

Python is like a super-tool that works for almost anything you can imagine, from video games to robots. It’s also got a bunch of friends called libraries that help it do even more!

And the best part? Lots of people around the world are learning and using Python, so you’ll have a whole community to help you if you get stuck.

So, if you’re looking for a cool, easy-to-learn language to start your coding journey, Python is a great choice!

Free resources to learn Python

Here are some useful and free resources to help you get started with learning Python:

Free Python course for beginners. This course has twelve levels that will teach you to code simple Python programs.

Official Python website. Here you can learn more about the language and find a lot of interesting information and useful resources for Python.

Python page on Wikipedia. This is a very detailed page about Python, its history, capabilities, libraries, and much more.