I created a virtual environment called
The environment folder should never be touched. It's there to store the specific version of python as well as the modules you install into that environment. All of this is managed by PIP.
You can put your code anywhere you want as long as you call the
.lpenv/bin/activate script to activate your environment first. However, most projects put the environment right next to their source code within their project folder, which would be
learning.python in your case.
If you're using version control such as Git, make sure you add
.lpenv to your
.gitignore file. You do not want to commit your environment into source code since it should be easily rebuilt using your