someone at microsoft.com
Fri Dec 3 04:05:30 CET 2004
"Jeff Shannon" <jeff at ccvcorp.com> wrote in message
news:10qvl42e44q2177 at corp.supernews.com...
> Jive wrote:
> >As for checking the "application path", I don't know what that means.
> Go to a command prompt, and type 'echo %path%'. You'll see a list of
> all the directories that Windows looks in to find an executable -- i.e.,
> if you type 'python', Windows will work through this list of directories
> looking for a program named 'python', and will execute the first one it
> finds. If you want 2.3 to be your default Python version, then you
> should have 'C:\Python23\.' somewhere near the front of this list. If
> 'C:\Python24\.' is first in the list, then you may be running the wrong
> version of Python.
It now has Python22 in the path! How do I change that? I just now
re-installed 2.3 BTW.
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