Pycharm Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems

July 9, 2019 | By thelinuxevangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Linux PyCharm Getting Started Guide

You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Getting Started with PyCharm Community Edition IDE with Hello-World Example on GNU/Linux Desktops.

And PyCharm for Linux is a Python IDE with Complete Set of Tools for Python development. In Sddition, the IDE provides capabilities for Professional Web Development using the Django Framework.

And the PyCharm Community Edition Features are:

  • Lightweight IDE for Python development
  • Free, Open-Source, Apache 2 license
  • Intelligent Editor, Debugger, Refactorings, Inspections, VCS integration
  • Project Navigation, Testing support, Customizable UI, Vim key bindings
Pycharm Getting Started Guide for GNU/Linux Systems - Featured
  1. 1. Installing PyCharm

    How to Install PyCharm on GNU/Linux:

    PyCharm Installation Guide
  2. 2. Launching PyCharm

    Then Start PyCharm IDE

     - Launching
  3. 3. Making Project

    Next Make a New Project

     - New Project

    Put it a Name
    And furthermore, eventually Set a Custom Virtual Environment… For Conda follow the Linked Instructions here below.

     - Naming

    How-to Install Anaconda Python on Linux:

    Anaconda Python Setup Linux
  4. 4. Making New File

    Now Create a New File
    Right-Click on the Project > New > File

     - New File

    Set a Name as ‘helloWorld.py’:

     - Naming
  5. 5. Running Hello World

    Again, Enter a Content
    Like for example:

    print ("Hello, World!")

    Finally, to Run the Example
    Right-Click on File & Run:

     - Running

    And you’ll see ‘Hello World’ as Output on the ebedded terminal:

     - Output

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