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

Nina Kozlova
Nina Kozlova
11,602 Points

python3 convert.py gives me a message that mistune is not there. But in works in python (2.7).

How do I set the computer up to get python3.5 as my go-to? I can't even find it in Lib/Python - the only versions there are 2.5 and 2.7...

1 Answer

Iskander Ismagilov
Iskander Ismagilov
13,298 Points

I do not understand exactly what do you mean by: "How do I set the computer up to get python3.5 as my go-to?" If you wanna have both 2.X and 3.X versions of python here is some article from stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3809314/how-to-install-both-python-2-x-and-python-3-x-in-windows-7 Just to download 3.5 version: https://www.python.org/downloads/