[Tutor] import pygame
d at davea.name
Wed Mar 14 02:25:12 CET 2012
Three points of order, then a response, all at the proper place, after
the portion of your message I'm quoting.
On 03/13/2012 05:48 PM, Tamar Osher wrote:
> Dear Dave: Hi. Pygame is located in my computer at c:\Python32\Lib\site-packages\pygame. I am having difficulty importing and using pygame. Can someone help, please?
>>>> import sys>>> print (sys.path)['C:\\Python32\\Lib\\idlelib', 'C:\\windows\\system32\\python32.zip', 'C:\\Python32\\DLLs', 'C:\\Python32\\lib', 'C:\\Python32', 'C:\\Python32\\lib\\site-packages']>>> import pygameTraceback (most recent call last): File "<pyshell#2>", line 1, in<module> import pygameImportError: No module named pygame>>>
1) please don't top-post. In this forum, as in most mailing lists, your
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2) please use text mode email. By posting in an html format, you cause
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but it's a bad habit to get into.
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As for your error, you're apparently not running this from a cmd prompt,
but from pyshell. So you've introduced other variables into the
equation, and somebody else will have to help.
Put those lines in a text file, and run them as:
c:\ >> python3 myfile.py
and see what error you get then. At that point, you know what Python
will do. If your shell gives worse results, then you have to figure out
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