On 10/23/2019 9:43 PM, MRAB wrote:
> On 2019-10-24 00:47, fateme jbr wrote:
>> Dear Python team
>> I have installed Python 3.7.4 on windows 10. I have access to IDLE and I
>> can run simple programs, but when I type python in command window nothing
What 'command window' do you mean? Windows' Command Prompt? or IDLE's
Shell? If the latter, you will get a NameError.
I wanna install pip and afterward some libraries and it is when
>> the problem occurs.
>> why doesn't prompt window recognize python. What shall I do?
> what do you mean by "nothing happens"? It should either start Python or
> show an error.
> Python 3.7 comes with pip; it should be installed already.
> The recommended way of starting Python on Windows these days is to use
> the Python launcher "py". You can use it run to pip:
> py -m pip install library_name
Do this in Command Prompt, with a 'path>' prompt.
Terry Jan Reedy