Graphical debugging

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Eric the ID(l)E (great search term guys!)

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I guess all Python devs know about PyCharm (commercial, but with a gratis (community) version) which has a really nice debugger built in.

Perhaps you don't know about Eric. Eric is nice when you don't have an x86 based computer (Raspberry Pi), or an x86 not running one of the OSs supported by PyCharm. It's a bit fiddly to configure everything (typical Qt application) but it works.
 

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Thanks, I’ve not heard of Eric.

A lot of my coworkers use PyCharm myself included as well as iPython notebooks now called Jupyter notebooks in reference to Julia, Python and R Data Science languages. I also use the humble vim editor which can do so much with so little ( sounding like Sir Winston there )
 

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