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The VS Code Python Extension

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Learn how to extend VS Code functionality through the use of extensions. You’ll see how to search for extensions using keywords, sort the results and how to customize the extensions once installed. This lesson will also show you how to install and configure the Python extension which supports:

  • Linting
  • Debugging support
  • Code completion with IntelliSense
  • Code snippets
  • Unit testing support and more

arnautovdmitry2015 on April 4, 2019

Wow! I am waiting for this course! And it is here. You are awesome! VS Code is my favourite code editor.

Austin Cepalia RP Team on April 5, 2019

Thanks, I’m glad you liked it! :)

Peter T on April 8, 2019

At the 3:10 mark, what did you mean when you said: “it only requires the keyboard, you don’t have to take your hands off the mouse”.

Austin Cepalia RP Team on April 27, 2019

The command palette can be summoned with just a keyboard shortcut. From there you can type commands that would normally require you to point and click specific menu items with your mouse, which takes longer than quickly summoning the command palette and typing the command. This saves you a lot of time in the long run when you consider how frequently you perform specific actions.

rehdwolfe on July 12, 2019

Awesome course so far. I’d had long wanted to try VS Code.

I think at 3:10 you meant to say, ““it only requires the keyboard, you don’t have to put your hands ON the mouse”.

Austin Cepalia RP Team on July 13, 2019

Oh yes, you’re right.

chuahengwee on Jan. 6, 2020

just a note, pylint requires AutoSave to be turned on (which is not a defauit settings). Else u will need to manually save the file to see pylint taking effect. also, need to take note of the pylint path especially if working in venv. took me a while to figure this out. would be good if u can include in future updates to the video

jobrywebmail on May 7, 2020

“Run code” produces this output but prints no numbers. If I use even a simple print(‘abcd’) line of code this still is not printed. Any ideas ??

[Running] python -u “c:\Users\Admin\Desktop\DEMO\Program.py”

[Done] exited with code=0 in 0.291 seconds

jobrywebmail on May 7, 2020

re: above problem. Very strange - I repeatedly got this (non-print) output when I selected ‘Run Code’ When I changed to “Run Python file in Terminal” it printed as expected. When I changed back to ‘Run code” it is now printing as expected too. Some funny first-time phenomenon or ?? Anyway, now no problem.

Tim Youngblood on Oct. 2, 2020

I observed the same behavior. Your solution appears to have fixed the ‘Run Code’ lack of output for me too. Thanks!

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