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How can join termox with python 3

I did any thing for get python 3 code or command but in termox program this app requesting and find python hipgit

9th Apr 2021, 8:17 PM
sha jwan
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26th Aug 2021, 3:37 AM
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To install python 3 in termux Download Termux from fdroid Hit command : pkg install python
24th May 2021, 3:05 PM
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Do you mean how to run python script from termux?
9th Apr 2021, 8:29 PM
Apongpoh Gilbert
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A few python packages are available from termux's package manager (for python3 only), and should be installed from there to avoid compilation errors. This is the case for: numpy, pkg install python-numpy. electrum, pkg install electrum.
1st Nov 2022, 6:11 AM
Jimmy Wick
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pkg install python...thats it
12th Mar 2023, 6:06 AM
Dorsa Davalkoo
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As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, "Termox" might refer to a library or tool that I'm not aware of. If it's a new development or a less well-known tool, I won't have information about it. However, if you are referring to "Tmux," which is a popular terminal multiplexer, you can use it with Python 3 by simply invoking Tmux commands from within your Python script. Python's subprocess module can help you execute terminal commands, including Tmux commands, from your Python code. Ensure that Tmux is installed on your system, and then you can use Python's or other relevant functions to interact with Tmux and execute Tmux commands. Here's a simple example: import subprocess def run_tmux_command(command):['tmux', command]) # Example: Create a new Tmux session named 'my_session' run_tmux_command('new-session -d -s my_session') # You can execute other Tmux commands as needed based on your requirements. Remember that you need to have Tmux installed on your system for this to work. Always use caution when executing terminal commands from within Python, as they can have system-level impacts. If "Termox" is indeed something else, please provide more context or clarify the term, and I'll do my best to help. To know more visit our website-
22nd Jul 2023, 8:32 AM
Go-tech solution
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If you are referring to connecting or working with a database called "Termox" using Python, I assume you meant to say "connect Termox with Python 3." Assuming "Termox" is a database, you can connect to it using Python by following these general steps. However, keep in mind that the actual steps may vary depending on the type of database you're working with (e.g., MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite). I'll provide an example using SQLite: Step 1: Install the Required Library If you're working with a specific database, install the corresponding Python library. For SQLite, you can use the built-in sqlite3 module: pip install db-sqlite3 Step 2: Write Python Code to Connect Here's an example using SQLite: import sqlite3 # Replace 'your_database.db' with the actual name of your SQLite database file db_file = 'your_database.db' # Connect to the database connection = sqlite3.connect(db_file) # Create a cursor object to execute SQL queries cursor = connection.cursor() # Example: execute a query cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM your_table") result = cursor.fetchall() # Example: print the result print(result) # Close the connection when done connection.close() Remember to replace 'your_database.db' with the actual name of your database file and adjust the SQL queries based on your requirements. If "Termox" is not a database or if you are referring to something else, please provide more details so that I can assist you more accurately.
9th Dec 2023, 9:23 AM
Soniya - avatar
i honestly am struggling on that same problem myself
15th Jun 2024, 6:47 PM
Esey Issayas