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May 19th, 2010, 08:39 AM   #1
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Python in desktop apps


I know this is probably a very basic question, so please be gentle...
I am reading about Python, and how it is used - for example the game EVE Online is implemented using Stackless Python, Civilization IV uses it.
What I don't understand is let's say I install Civ IV or the EVE Online client on my machine, but I don't have a Python interpreter installed, how do these programs execute their Python scripts? Do they come with their own interpreter embedded in their code, that I don't have access to?

Thanks for clarification ahead of time...
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