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Has anyone got this program to work in an IDE other than Workspace?
Maybe my last question was a bit too detailed. Has anyone got the code from this video to work in an IDE other than workspace and if so, is there some special configuration that needs to be implemented.
Near the end of the video at 5:56 in, the teacher types in "ls" Why I type "ls" into an Interactive Console, I get a Traceback error telling me "ls' which returns the python file and a database file students.db and students.py. Doing the same thing I get a Traceback error that tells me that "ls" is not defined.
from peewee import * db = SqliteDatabase('students.db') class Student(Model): username = CharField(max_length=255, unique=True) points = IntegerField(default =0) class Meta: database = db if __name__ == '__main__': db.connect() db.create_table([Student], safe=True)
Martin Cornejo Saavedra18,132 Points
To get this to work in your workstation, you have to install peewee module. To install python modules in an easy way, install pip https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip install peewee http://docs.peewee-orm.com/en/latest/peewee/installation.html
And about 'ls', it is a command for the linux console, not the python console. 'ls' shows a list of the current files and folders in the path.
Bogdan Lalu6,419 Points
Hi rodian. Maybe this is too late for you but hopefully it may help others in the future. I confirm that all of this works with the PyCharm IDE. I am personally using the Anaconda package which includes Python plus various libraries and modules. I have installed peewee using pip and sqlite3 using the 'conda install sqlite' command in the Windows command prompt. Sure, you can't expect Linux commands such as LS to work in a Windows console but what you could do is either use Windows Explorer to check the files or use the windows specific command to list the files in a folder which is DIR.