Python can be installed onto operating systems in a variety of different ways.
The easiest way is to visit https://www.python.org/downloads/ and download the web-based installer which will downloaded the needed components at install time.
You may have to add the
python.exe install location to your system
PATH manually. Python will typically be installed to:
when installed for a single user on Windows 10. You will also want to add the
Scripts\ folder so that you can call
pip from the command-line, so also add the following to your
The Anaconda distribution is also contains the Python interpreter.
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘_ctypes’
This is likely due to
libffi-dev (Debian-like) or
libffi-devel (RedHat-like) missing from your systems. Install with (on RedHat-like systems):
$ sudo yum install libffi-devel
and then try building Python again.
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