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The Python interpreter and the extensive standard library are made freely available in source or binary form for all major platforms via the Python Web site. You can easily edit and test code written in Python by running it from the interpreter. For users wanting to dip their feet into the coding pool, Python will be a good choice, and the fact that there are numerous tutorials and guides available at the author's site will have you up and running quickly.