It was always a dream of mine to run python on sublime text. But a greater dream was to run Anaconda on sublime text. Here is how you do it on windows!
Sublime text provides build options by default. It's pretty intelligent in the sense that if you install python, it'll try to get the path to the executable.
To inspect how python configures build systems, let us try building a new one
A new file opens up with some configs
But let us try saving it so see how and where it saves it
Now let us open an original build file
we see that it requires the path to an executable
we must find the anaconda executable but not any python.exe . to find that we go to the anaconda command prompt
and we type the following
next we go to the folder and find the name of the python executable
then we build a new package and configure it then save it
next time we choose in our menu
then control + b to run
next we feel the power flowing in our veins ++++++__++