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Use python from command line

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Using WinXP and Python24 on generic desktop.
Being used to linux and command line operations I cannot make Windows accept
the 'python myprog.py' command.
Any help appreciated.
Bob
Mar 6 '06 #1
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trixie wrote:
Using WinXP and Python24 on generic desktop.
Being used to linux and command line operations I cannot make Windows accept
the 'python myprog.py' command.
Any help appreciated.
Bob

I think you could've given us the error message that this command yields.

Issue is probably that the Python directory isn't on your path
Mar 6 '06 #2

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nak
have you added the path to 'c:\program files\python2.4\python.exe' in
the Environment variables?

Mar 7 '06 #3

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