Prerequisite: How to use Google Colab
Google provides Jupyter Notebook like interface to run Python code on online Virtual Machines. In this article, we will see how to run simple Python code on Google Colab.
Step #1: Open https://colab.research.google.com/
Step #2: Select New Python3 Notebook
Step #3: Start Typing code into the code cells.
Import all necessary libraries.
Step #4: To add new cell, click on Insert->Code Cell
Step #5: To run a particular cell, select the cell and press
Ctlr + ENTER keys.
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