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Reply: Re: Issues installing python


No.... when. I do anything of that sort it says that pip isn't recognised as an internal or external command and that's because it isn't installed....I searched the internet and it asked me to check the scripts folder to see if I have pip and it wasn't there...and im pretty sure. That I checked in the correct folder...so after that I installed pip from pypi.org but after that when I ran pip I got an error saying
OS ERROR (ERRNO9): Bad file descriptor
Pls help me


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> On 10/8/20 9:36 PM, Vedant Nichal wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am an amateur python developer but I?m facing a lot of issues regarding
> > python installation on windows 10...whenever I install python on my
> > pc...irrespective of its version my scripts folder is always empty..
>
> are you sure you're actually looking in the right place?? Python Windows
> versions do all come with pip now.
>
> Can you launch Python itself?
>
> e.g. from a command shell:
>
> py
>
> (that assumes you installed the Python Launcher, which is a good idea if
> you used the Windows installer from python.org).
>
> If that works, then try:
>
> py -m pip --version
>
> if you get something comprehensible back, then you have pip installed
> fine.? Invoke it that way, as "py -m pip" instead of using it as a
> standalone command.
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