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when I tried to access a file from the bash shell (on windows) I got this error:

smolderingflax@hello:~$ /mnt/c/app_a_day/organize_txt_file.py
/mnt/c/app_a_day/organize_txt_file.py: line 1: import: command not found
/mnt/c/app_a_day/organize_txt_file.py: line 2: $'\r': command not found
/mnt/c/app_a_day/organize_txt_file.py: line 3: syntax error near unexpected token `('
'mnt/c/app_a_day/organize_txt_file.py: line 3: `def clear():

I guess I should point out the file works fine when accessed from the cmd