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Learn more about PyCharm in our dedicated tutorial: PyCharm for Productive Python Development (Guide)

Charlie Clemmer on March 29, 2020

Is this version of PyCharm the community version, or the paid version?

I’ve heard about PyCharm as I started getting into Python, but was only aware of the paid version. Curious on the differences between the two versions.

Martin Breuss RP Team on March 29, 2020

Hi @Charlie, in this course I’m working with the Professional (=paid) version of PyCharm.

A lot of the useful features are included in the free Community version as well, however things such as the Web and Web Framework support (e.g. for Django syntax etc.) as well as the support for the Database features are not part of the free edition.

PyCharm Community is still a great IDE with tons of features. You can compare the paid and free versions and what they each include on PyCharms comparison site.

Charlie Clemmer on March 29, 2020

Excellent. Thanks for the clarification and further explanation, Martin!

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