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Old 08-10-2002
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Hey can someone help me describe the path of my python to MS DOS so i can access the files through my command line? im running windows 98 obviously. In the editor for autoexec it shows that i have the correct path but what else must i do for it to work correctly?
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Old 08-12-2002
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