I'm using Sublime text text editor on Ubuntu 20.04 downloaded from Ubuntu software. When I try running a Python script it gives me "bash : python : command not found" then gives me the path to 'snap' where the sublime text was downloaded to. How do I fix this so that Python scripts run on the Sublime text text editor?

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    I think it should be 'python' with lowercase letter 'p'! – George Udosen Jun 19 at 9:48

I think you used 'P' rather than 'p' for the python command. Update your command and it should run.

Make that python ... rather than Python ....

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  • I've corrected the typo. Might you have any solution to the problem? – Tsar Gatxy Jun 19 at 12:52
  • If this solve the first problem kindly acknowledge that by clicking on the check beside the answer, then ask another question! @tsargatxy – George Udosen Jun 19 at 12:59
  • my problem isn't fixed. A simple "print('Hello World')" is not running on my Sublime text editor. You've only criticized my earlier typo, I fail to see your solution to the question asked sir. – Tsar Gatxy Jun 19 at 13:31

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