So following on from Lesson one lets up the level a bit and do something a bit more groovy. Log in to your Pi but stay in terminal for some more coding. Type the following code in terminal:

sudo nano

In your blank document type the following lines in like this:

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Pay careful attention to spelling, hyphens, quotes and punctuation (syntax).

press x to save and type the following line in terminal:

sudo python

Cool ?? I think so – well done give yourself a python slap on the back.

Thanks to Matt from RaspberryPiIVBeginners for very excellent video tutorials.
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