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[SOLVED] Trouble Installing python modules

I installed a module off PyPl. and when I try to use it it dose not work. am I missing a step? do I need to use pip or something? btw the module I installed was pywin32 223 edit: I'm using Windows 10 of that helps

8/7/2018 5:55:27 PM

LONGTIE👔

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win: py -m pip install <package>

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https://code.sololearn.com/ca0eiPioyfIJ/?ref=app run that prog on your pc. save the module in one of that dirs. did you edit your path variable? your computer must know where to find pip and python.

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Can you give me the exact command VYPHON ?

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when I try to do that in Windows command prompt. it says python is an invalid command. and pip isn't a valid command pip install pywin32 error

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no py works

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pip install module

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is "py" valid

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https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1449494/how-do-i-install-python-packages-on-windows/1449704#1449704

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do I have to move the files I downloaded to some other folder?

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Tim good idea... but sucks in the long run. path variable should get the path

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Ok I figured out the problem my pip was on version 9.0.1 not 18.0 now it's working thanks for the help Oma Falk VYPHON Mert Yazıcı Tim

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@tim hattet ihr Hitzefrei?

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and if you downloaded module without pip try "python setup.py install"

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Use PIP for installing new Python modules.

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As Mert said: pip install <moduleName>

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Oma Falk Nö für die Oberstufe gilt die Regelung nicht mehr. Ich hatte heute 11 std aber die Lehrer waren gnädig und haben alle ein wenig kürzer gemacht

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Oops, I automatically assumed you were on Linux.

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If you download modules, then, if I remember correctly, you would have to put them into a specific folder that Python itself references to.

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if python or pip is no valid command. first go to the path where you installed python (cd C:\...\python??)