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How to create a Python executable(.exe) file in Netbeans IDE?
 
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To create. Exe file of netbeans project you can use launch, exe4j softwar. Its easy process.
 
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exe4j looks like a way to turn Java into an executable, but the OP is using Python.

Googling create executable for python finds some interesting ways to do this, but I can't recommend any since I barely know Python at all.

But I don't think there's a way to do this inside of Netbeans.
 
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Gah! Does everything have to be a YouTube video? Are we all illiterates with nothing better to do with our time than sit through long sessions of people pushing mice and clicking buttons?

I skipped the video links. One of the top text links sounded more authoritative, and it lists several tools. However, a quick scan would seem to indicate that none of them produce a truly stand-alone .exe for Windows. Instead the .exe's they produce also require an installed copy of the Python interpreter on the target machine.

Windows, of course, doesn't ship with Python pre-installed. Linux is a different matter. Red Hat distros, in fact can't boot up without first running the Anaconda system configurator. And I'll let you guess what language "anaconda" is written in.
 
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Py2exe is there if you want to compile your python code to executable   program..  go here for more insight https://www.google.com/search?q=compile+python+code+to+executable&oq=compile+python+code+to+executable&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l3.13485j0j4&client=ms-android-transsion-infinix-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8#sbfbu=1&pi=compile%20python%20code%20to%20executable
 
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