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how to run python script in cmd

I wrote a small project to render video in the console. I used PyCharm, and if I run the code in it everything works as it should, but how do I run the file so that the result is displayed on the console? Answer Judging from your usage of mode con, you must be on Windows. Assuming you have Python

Error in the installation of tesseract ( pycharm python)

I have installed open-cv, jupyter … But i have problems with tesseract. I have installed tesseract application but i can’t install this on pycharm. Someone can help me? Answer First you need to install the executable file. The link of downloading executable file on windows: If you have already installed the executable file of tesseract then you can install

File doesnt exist error before user inputs file name

I am working with streamlit in python to produce a tool that takes a user’s input of a csv filename, and then carries out cleaning/tabulating of the data within the file. I have encountered an issue where before the user has entered their filename, my streamlit site shows a “FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:” This is expected

Python program that tells you whether or not you need an umbrella when you leave the house [closed]

Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it focuses on one problem only by editing this post. Closed 3 months ago. Improve this question The program should: Ask you if it is raining using input() If the input is ‘y’, it should output ‘Take

TensorFlow (any version > 2.5.0) on M1 Mac: No code completion in PyCharm

I am using JetBrain’s PyCharm IDE to work with TensorFlow on a M1 Mac machine. I have installed TensorFlow using the following commands in the given order: For installing Conda, I followed Apple’s official documentation I can import TensorFlow without problems; the version number it prints is 2.8.0. However, I am not getting any code completion suggestions. When typing tensorflow.keras.l,