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Can't Change the default python to 3.7 in ubuntu 19.10? [duplicate]

I am not very experienced at Linux but I recently installed Ubuntu 19.10 and I am trying to use Python 3 and the default is Python 2. I spent a lot of time reading how to configure Ubuntu to run ...
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I can't check Python version on Ubuntu 20.04 [duplicate]

I was trying to check the Python version on my device. In the terminal I used the command python --version. But it outputs a message saying Command 'python' not found, did you mean: command 'python3'...
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I'm not able to run python in sublime text. Is there a solution? [duplicate]

This is what I get when I run a simple program. bash: python: command not found [Finished in 0.0s with exit code 127] [shell_cmd: python -u "/home/hector/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/User/...
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Ubuntu 20.04 installs Python2 by default [duplicate]

I had a problem uploading a sketch from the Arduino IDE to an ESP32, the warning was that python was missing from the $PATH. I did a which pythonwhich didn't return anything. This was strange because ...
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Youtube-dl: Python not found (18.04)

I have done a clean install of 18.04 LTS. I then installed youtube-dl using sudo wget https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -O /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl sudo chmod a+rx /usr/local/bin/youtube-...
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My default python version is 2.7.18rc1 after upgrade from 18.04 to 20.04 [duplicate]

We knew Ubuntu 20.04 will set python 3 as default python, but after upgrade from 18.04 to 20.04, I found my default python version is 2.7.18rc1 not python3:
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Python script that runs in Windows throws “<string>” error in Ubuntu

I've written a Python script (work.py) and it's running well in Windows, but when I run it on Ubuntu, it shows me an error, if I enter the name as a string, but if I enter the name as an integer it's ...
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Visual Studio Code shows invalid syntax for “end” parameter in print() [duplicate]

I'm trying to run this Python program with Visual Studio Code: # This Python program must be run with # Python 3 as it won't work with 2.7. # ends the output with a <space> print("Welcome ...
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Change python version default on Ubuntu

I'm using python 3.6.8 as default. I'm trying to replace it with python 3.7 for my work. How can I do it, I have tried a few ways but they didn't work. Thanks a bunch!
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“print()” is producing undesired output in Visual Studio Code

I have written a Python 3 code, which is: i = int(input("enter number: ")) print("enter",i) I'm expecting an output as: enter number: 5 enter 5 However, I'm getting this: enter number: 5 ('enter',...
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How to update system python 2.7 to 3.x in Ubuntu 20.x after upgrade

I have an old VM that started out as Ubuntu 16.x then I upgraded it to the 18x series and now 20.x series. I was surprised that python 2.7 was still the system python. I discovered that if you upgrade ...