STEP 2: Open the command line or terminal and navigate to the directory where your Python script is located.
STEP 3: Run the transpiler tool with the appropriate command and options. For example, if using Transcrypt, the command would be transcrypt -b -m -n <filename>.py. The options used in this command specify that the transpiler should run in "bare" mode (without the use of any external libraries), minify the output, and not include the original Python code in the output file.
STEP 6: Make any necessary adjustments to the generated code.
STEP 7: Repeat the above steps for all python files you want to convert.
STEP 1: Install Transcrypt by running pip install transcrypt in the command line or terminal.
STEP 5: Test the generated Python code by running it in a Python environment.
STEP 6: Make any necessary adjustments to the generated code, as the generated code may not be perfect.
The process of converting code from one language to another can be tricky, and the generated code may not be perfect. So, it's important to thoroughly test the code and make any necessary adjustments for it to work correctly.