cmd showing the interpreter error and version 3 7 showing

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I have installed the python 3.8 version. In that version, I have installed anaconda version 3.7. But in the cmd they showing the interpreter error and version 3.7 showing.

By showing in the cmd python 3.7. But I have installed 3.8. Please help me on how to rectify this error. And in the cmd pip cannot be configured. Please help me. Is their anybody having python setup and anaconda setup videos

Oct 14, 2020 in Python by anonymous
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You can add python3.8 in the environment variables. to use it execute python3.8 in cmd

answered Oct 14, 2020 by anonymous
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