running scripts without using python keyword [duplicate]

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I would like apologise since this is not exactly a programming releated question but rather something I would like to know :

I installed a python library with files say:, .. All these scripts take command line arguments when being called. So it looks like

username@machinename:~$ -s <args> -t <args> ..

Now like you can see above, I can run these scripts form any directory and without using the ‘python’ keyword before calling them. I would like to do this with the python scripts that I write as well. ie; I should be able to call them from any directory instead of ‘cd’ing to their location.

P.S: Using a Linux machine running Ubuntu 12.04 and python 2.7.3

Source: unix

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