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Raspberry Install Thonny

The installation of Thonny is very simple. Since Python 3.7 is built into Thonny, all you need is a simple installer and you're ready to start learning to program. First, click to enter the download page, and select the installation package of Thonny to download in the upper right corner of the page according to your operating system. After downloading the installation
package, double-click to open it and follow the on-screen instructions to install it.

After the installation, open Thonny. You should be directly greeted by the main interface.

The main interface of Thonny is simple, and can be divided into the following four parts:

1. Toolbar: the toolbar offers icon-based quick-access to commonly used program functions, such as new, open, save, run the current script, stop, etc.

2. Script Area: the script area is the core area of Thonny, where your Python programs are written.

3. Python Shell: the Shell allows you to run console commands and also provides information about running programs.

4. Interpreter: the interpreter allows you to change the interpreter version used to run your programs. Click on “Python 3.7.9", look for “MicroPython (Raspberry Pi Pico)" in the menu, click “OK", and switch it to Pico's exclusive interpreter.We can also switch languages in "Theme & Font".


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