Visual Studio Code Python 3

  

Get started with learning Python by installing and configuring the tools you'll need to build real applications.

  1. Visual Studio Code Python 32 Bit
  2. Visual Studio For Python 3

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

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  • Determine which version of Python, if any, is installed on your computer.
  • Install Python 3.
  • Start Python interactive mode to run Python code one line at a time.
  • Install Visual Studio Code, Python, and the Python extension for Visual Studio Code on your computer.
  • Create a Python script file and write Python code in Visual Studio Code.
  • Run your Python script file code by using the Python command-line tools.
  • Use Python's interactive mode to write and run codemin

I want to debug a project written in Python 3 in Visual Studio Code, but I can’t seem to find any way of specifying interpreter or Python version in the launch.json file.

It works great for Python 2, so the question is, how do I make it work for Python 3?

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Answer

Visual Studio Code Python 32 Bit

With this configuration if you run your aplication from Visual Studio code there will be no errors with Python and Qgis. For use this information: 1.- Goto to the configuration of workspace (Control+) 2. Python code insights. Visual Studio IDE analyzes your code to make suggestions. Manage 3rd party libraries. Interativey debug on Windows and Linux.

Visual Studio For Python 3

Python 3 debugging works well also. It is a little confusing as there are two different places to specify the path: settings.json and launch.json.

I recommend using Don Jayamanne’s Python Extension. After installing it, you have to configure the path to the interpreter you want to use it with.

Python Version used for Intellisense, autocomplete, linting, formatting, etc.

The same Python interpreter is used for intellisense, autocomplete,linting, formatting, etc. (everything other than debugging). Thestandard interpreter used is the first Python interpreterencountered in the current path. If a different version is to be used,this can be configured in one of two ways:

Configure the path to the python interpreter in the User Settings file(settings.json) as follows. Ensure to specify the fully qualified nameof the python executable. “python.pythonPath”:“c:/python27/python.exe”

Configure the path to the Python interpreterin the Workspace Settings file (settings.json) as follows. Ensure tospecify the fully qualified name of the Python executable.“python.pythonPath”: “c:/python27/python.exe” Python Version used fordebugging

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Details on configuration settings for debugging can be found hereDebugging. Simply provide the fully qualified path to the pythonexecutable in the “python” setting within the configuration settingsin the launch.json file as follows: