Interactive mode: Allows executing Python statements and expressions one at a time, interactively, in a command-line environment like Python’s interactive shell or an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with a Python console.
Script mode: In this mode, Python code is written in a script file (with a .py extension), and the entire script is executed at once.
Jupyter notebooks: Jupyter notebooks provide an interactive environment where you can write and execute Python code in cells. It’s often used for data analysis, experimentation, and documentation.
Integrated Development Environments (IDEs): Python IDEs like PyCharm, Visual Studio Code, or Spyder offer a complete development environment with features like code editing, debugging, and project management.