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I had to do this; I used: sudo find / -name '*3.7*' 2>/dev/null | grep -e '[Pp]y' | xargs sudo ls -lad I pipe stderr to /dev/null to eliminate internal files that even with sudo I can't access. Things like: find: /private/var/folders/zz/zyxvpxvq6csfxvn_n00000sm00006d/0: Operation not permitted That returned all the possible Python 3.7 files / folders /...


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if python is installed already just go to terminal, go to correct directory and type "python filename.py"


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If you want to list all files/folders in a directory, you should type ls not Is. It is L, not i. To learn python, you won't need to reach ~/.bash_profile unless you need to change versions. Just use which python or python --version and use the syntax for the version that appears. Or use online compilers for quick testing. Suppose you have your file learn....


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The short arrow is indicating alias. Some like that are also there in my Applications folder for apps which are located in ~/Library folder. So I can guess that when first photo's original process is done, alias is still active. This happens to me while using OpenCV. closewindow() is hard to perform. I have to force quit it every time(it kills jupyter ...


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