Python language support
If you are a Windows user, we recommend that you install Python for Windows.
Python 2: version 2.7
Python 3: from the version 3.5 up to the version 3.9
- PEP 585 – Type Hinting Generics In Standard Collections
- PEP 593 – Flexible function and variable annotations
- PEP 614 – Relaxing Grammar Restrictions On Decorators
- PEP-570 – Python Positional-Only Parameters
- PEP-572 – Assignment Expressions
- PEP-586 – Literal Types
- PEP-589 – TypedDict: Type Hints for Dictionaries with a Fixed Set of Keys
- PEP-591 – Adding a final qualifier to typing
- Python bug tracker task #36817 – Support = expressions in f-strings
IntelliJ IDEA provides support for Python 3.5 and (since 2016.3) Python 3.6, with the backing of the following:
- PEP-448 -- Additional Unpacking Generalizations
- PEP-492 -- Coroutines with async and await syntax
- PEP-526 -- Syntax for variable annotations
Python support in IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA provides the following features to help working with Python:
Dedicated module type.
Ability to configure interpreters. .
Code completion and resolve.
Built-in code formatter and separate set of Python code style settings.
Find usages in Python code.
Recognizing Python documentation comments.
Configuring Python debugger.