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 promises, promises
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Hi everybody,
Newbie here.

So, they told me that there are thousands of python programs available. Can't find nothing. Not even things like "program that calculate the area of a rectangle". Nothing. Where are they?

Python repositories: I thought that those where places where one can upload code (text to copy/paste and use).
For instance, I have just write a simple (but eventually useful for someone) program. I want to uploaded it in a repository so anyone can use it. Can't find where.

Many thanks!
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You can make repositories for free at github, bitbucket, sourceforge, and lots of others.
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(Dec-01-2019, 10:09 PM)gpythonc Wrote: So, they told me that there are thousands of python programs available. Can't find nothing. Not even things like "program that calculate the area of a rectangle". Nothing. Where are they?
Are you trolling? I Googled "python calculate the area of a rectangle" and the first two results were exactly what you're asking for.
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The python package index (pypi) has many packages: https://pypi.org/
You can use the website, but most (all?) of the time you want to use one, you'll install it through pip (which is python's package manager).
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