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Compiling multiple python scripts into an exe file

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Basically, is it possible to compile multiple unrelated python scripts into a single exe file, so when execute it several python programs are run at once.

In order to use this on another machine without python installed and only by using one single file.

posted Jan 14, 2015 by Amit Mishra

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