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Visral Operating Environment 1.0    New  

Size:   5.28MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2015-07-25

Submit Date:   2015-09-03

OS:  Windows 7/8/10

Downloads:   2242

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Software Product Description

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If you'd like to make the most of Python, then the Visral Operating Environment (Visral OE) will come to your aid. The program will make your Python experience simpler and better.

When you start the program, it automatically imports common Python modules, including their aliases. You can also configure the Python priming file to perform the same purpose.

Visral OE features four independent PAD editors, each of which places executed code results in a separate document window. It places instructions and products in separate places, and you do not need command line prompts.

You can easily add comments, including images, to make some sections clear since the output windows double up as document editors. This allows you to make things clearer.

The program allows you to save whole finished documents or some of their parts in RTF format, which means you can edit them later using compatible programs like MS Word. You may also print the documents. The software supports copying, cutting and pasting. In addition, you can run, re-run and edit selected code without retyping the whole expression.

Both methods and variables support auto-completion, de-indexing, auto indexing and syntax coloring. The software maintains the history of executed code amounting to 30,000 characters. You can check the history at any time and make necessary recovery.

In addition, Python engines run in separate processes from the editors. This ensures you do not lose everything in case there is a problem with some code. You can restart Python within the Visral OE, allowing you to try a modified version of the problematic code without losing your work.

Visral OE allows you to take Python beyond its traditional borders.

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