Do you have Bash (a GNU/Linux shell) on your Windows machine?
If that's the case start the Bash terminal application and type "python".
Python should already be installed and easily accessible there from any
2017-09-08 16:09 GMT+02:00 Ian Stapleton Cordasco <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Your IDE does not seem to be able to find where you installed Python. This
> has nothing to do with pylint
> Sent from my phone with my typo-happy thumbs. Please excuse my brevity
> On Sep 8, 2017 09:06, "Kyrian Okoroama via code-quality"
>> Hi there
>> I am totally new to programming language. However I am running the online
>> free course on Alison on Python programming language, which I have installed
>> according to instructions on the video but I having issues Debugging my
>> first Hello World script.
>> see attached files
>> kindly help.
>> Kyrian Okoroama .C.
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