Django not found error

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What should I do when i get Django not found error even after downloading django?
Jun 24, 2019 in Python by Nisa
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Before installing Django make sure you have installed Python on your system.
When you install Django keep  track of the directory where it's being installed. This error usually pops up when you install Python in a seoerate directory and then try to access it elsewhere. In case you want to use some other directory you will need to reinstall Django.
answered Jun 24, 2019 by Fata
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