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Hello world in Pycharm

October 1, 2018
Posted by Dipen Adroja

In the previous tutorial, we have installed python and pycharm. In this tutorial, we are going to create our first program in python language. I will be using my Mac during this tutorials. The same steps can be followed with minor tweaks if you are using other OS. We will create first `Hello World` program in PyCharm IDE.

First “Hello world” Program:

  1. Open Pycharm and click on “Create New Project”

Pyacharm Create new project

  1. Provide the location where you want to create the project. Pycharm will find the python interpreter you have installed earlier.

    PyCharm Create Projects

  2.  Right click on project name => New => Python File

    Give name “hello_world” and click OK

    Create Python File | Hello word in Pycharm

  3. Write simple program -> print(“Hello World!!!”)

    Hello World!! | Pycharm

  4. Go to Run=> Run and then select the file name

    Run Python File | Hello word in Pycharm

  5. Check the output into the run console. We can see the output “Hello World!!!”

    Hello World Output | Pycharm

Now, what if you don’t have pycharm sad. We can still run python from the terminal as well.

Go to the directory where the python file is located. Then run 


It will produce the output as below laugh

Terminal hello world

Apart from this, you can also use python in interactive mode as below:

Interactive Hello World


You have successfully ran your first python program.

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