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Since its release, Visual Studio Code (VSCode) has become one of the most popular editors. This article shows how this code editor can be used for Python programming.
A Python project may initially consist of only one or two files. In this case, you don’t have to worry about a project structure. But the situation is different if the program grows. In addition to the actual Python code files, documentation could also be added at some point. And as a rule, the tests should be stored in separate files and a specially designated directory. Inevitably, the question of a meaningful structure arises.