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Hi,

How can I run python code on windows 7? Please provide a step by step instructions.\

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Have you checked the Articles section?

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Python/A_10275-Installing-Python-2-7-3-version-on-Windows-operating-system.html

The article mentions 2.7.3 specifically, but the instructions would be the same for 3.x. You can even install both side-by-side.
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