I am trying to access Python through a Windows command prompt, but am at an office and cannot add an Environment Variable. So, I cant follow the advice provided here. Thus, I added a User Environment Variable through User Accounts and use Variable:python and Value: C:\Python33. When I do a Windows Run check on %python% I reach the required Python33 folder. However, when I type
'python' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Run Python from the command prompt and include the full path to python.exe. For example to get the version:
When you run a script you specify the path to the script if you're not in the directory where the script is located. For example, if your script is in
C:\scripts and is called