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converting from .py to .ipynb

Just rename it changing the extension e.g. for linux/macos

mv <file>.py <file>.ipynb

or right-click rename for windows and type the full name with the extension

(Since it seems that the contents are .ipynb contents already)


Use p2j to convert Python source code to Jupyter Notebook.

From the command line, run

-->pip install p2j

then go to the directory where your file is located. -->( for example-> cd downloads, if the file is in download directory)

then run

-->p2j myscript.py

This will create a myscript.ipynb file.