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Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,390 Points
Q1: I have a script named hello_treehouse.py. How would I run that?
A1: python hello_treehouse.py
Q2: Before we can run a Python script, we have to run a separate, distinct compilation step.
Q3: When we're writing a Python script, we have to include >>> in front of every line.