Code to open Interpreter

Hi:

I am trying to use PyCharm like emacs. What I often do is use C-c C-C and C-c C-! to run the code or sub-section of it into the open interpreter.
I see that you can debug code into a separate interpr (which just exits out w/o leaving an open shell). Or just an empty open interpreter/console.
BTW: WingIDE does pretty well. Is there discounts to Wing users?
Thanks,

S. H.
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Also - does it alert ur email when there a reply to thread? New to this. So...
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Yes, you should get an email if there's a reply to your message.
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The "Execute selection in console" context menu action executes the selected code in a running interpreter if you have one, or opens a new interpreter if you don't.

We don't offer any discounts for Wing IDE users. Note that right now PyCharm is on sale with 40% discount for the personal license price.
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