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    Default Environmental variables for Python

    Currently working on setting up environmental variables for Python.



    I am on step 1:21 in the video.

    Now at this point in the process I click on the Path variable but I do not get what he gets when I edit it. I get a list of variables within this list as seen here...

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    Can someone help me out here so I can execute my scripts from command line??

    Thank you.
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    Click on New and then put in the path to where your python folder is. Something like: C:\Program Files\Python\Python35-32\
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    I did that yet

    "python" in cmd still yields

    ---'python' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.---


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    woooow

    figured it out thanks

    god I can't stand Windows
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    great now I can run my scripts using notepad+ and cmd instead of pycharm which is pedantic and annoying
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