How to install Python on Windows and set path variable?

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May 24 in Python by Wajiha
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Install python from this link
After this, install it on your PC. Look for the location where PYTHON has been installed on your PC using tge following command on your command prompt: cmd python.
Then go to advanced system settings and add new variable and name it as PYTHON_NAME and paste the copied path.
Then look for the path variable, select it's value and select edit
Add a semicolon towards the end of the value if it's not present and then type %PYTHON_HOME%
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