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It seems like you want to run a Python script or code snippet. To run Python code, you typically use a Python interpreter. Here’s a basic example of running Python code in the command line:

  1. Open your command prompt or terminal on your computer.
  2. Navigate to the directory where your Python script is located using the cd (change directory) command. For example, if your script is in a folder called “my_project,” you can navigate to it like this:
   cd path/to/my_project
  1. Once you’re in the correct directory, you can run your Python script by typing python followed by the script’s filename. For example:

Replace “” with the actual name of your Python script.

Make sure you have Python installed on your computer. You can check if Python is installed by running python --version or python3 --version in your terminal. If it’s not installed, you’ll need to download and install Python from the official Python website (

If you have a specific Python code snippet you’d like help with or have any questions about Python, please provide more details, and I’d be happy to assist you further.

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