We know that Python comes built-in with Kali Linux. To check which Python version has been installed in Kali Linux. Open Linux terminal and enter python.
root@kali:~# python Python 2.7.17 (default, Oct 19 2019, 23:36:22) [GCC 9.2.1 20191008] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
Kali Linux has Python 2.7.17 installed.
In this blog we will be creating a simple python program using nano editor. Open Linux terminal and type nano followed by filename with extension .py.
Below is the syntax
We will use nano editor to create a simple python file called display.py which displays some messages
Type below command to create new file
root@kali:~# nano display.py
We move into nano editor. Now writing a simple print command to display message
Entering below command within the editor. Saving the content and exiting using ctrl + X
print('Hi This is Python in Kali Linux')
Above code has been written according to Python3.
Now at the terminal type below command in order to print content the file
root@kali:~# python3 display.py
Below is the output after running above command
Hi This is Python in Kali Linux