Notebook

Notebooks are a form of an interactive IDE, structured around cells in which a programmer writes the code and can be executed. The output is displayed below the executed cell. Text in Markdown can also be added to describe the context of the work or generated results. Some notebooks support mixing different programming languages in the same notebook. Examples of open-source notebooks are Jupyter and Zeppelin notebooks.

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