On common operating systems, each program runs in its own process. Usually, we start a program by double-clicking on the icon's program or selecting it from a menu. In this recipe, we simply demonstrate how to start a single new program from inside a Python program. A process has its own space address, data stack, and other auxiliary data to keep track of the execution; the OS manages the execution of all processes, managing the access to the computational resources of the system via a scheduling procedure.
In this first Python application, you'll simply get the Python language installed.
Refer to https://www.python.org/ to get the latest version of Python.
To execute this first ...