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Python Setting Up a Local Python Environment Installing Python and Python Libraries Locally Using pip

sidni ahmed
sidni ahmed
3,329 Points

'pip' is not recognised. why do i get this?

pip was installed automatically when installing python. But when i type 'pip' i get this:

http://snag.gy/esIVF.jpg

3 Answers

Hi Sidni

Locate your python scripts path e.g 'C:\your python version\Scripts' this needs to be added to the PATH system variable. You can access the PATH system variable like so, Computer->Properties->Enviroment variables -> System Variables -> Click on Path and edit -> add in the above path.

regards

sidni ahmed
sidni ahmed
3,329 Points

thanks guys, my Path system variable was a mess. All sorted now :)