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[Python] SPE IDE Problem

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Im starting to learn Python. I'm trying to use Stani's Python Editor to create the programs. I've ran into a problem though. I've been going to a bunch of different tutorials sites and most say all I need to do to display text is put either print "text" or >>> print "text". Well, >>> print "text" doesn't work. The editor says that >>> is invalid script. print "text" seems to work. When I run the program, the console windows pops up really quick then disappears. So I add some code that asks for user input to keep it up for awhile. Thing is, when I run the program, nothing appears in the console window. So, I don't know if its something I'm doing wrong. Or if it's something I'm not doing. I've looked on the SPE site & forums. Can't find anythign that relates to this problem. I've looked at a few different sites. Still can't find anything to help. If anyone has any insight to this problem, I would appreciate some help. Thanks for reading. Heres the code:
print "This is a program"
s = raw_input("Whats your name? ")
print "Hello,", s

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>>> is the default interactive prompt. Do not type it.

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Thing is, when I run the program, nothing appears in the console window.


How did you run the program?

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