Ubuntu: python-3.5.2: command not found



Question:

I followed the procedure mentioned in the below link to install python-3.5.2.

Using tar file

However after doing sudo make altinstall if I type python-3.5.2 -V I get python-3.5.2: command not found. How should launch python-3.5.2.

How to use python-3.5.2 using IDLE ?

Upon the suggestions in comments:

$ python-3.5  python-3.5: command not found  $ python3 -V  Python 3.4.2  

Again after this I went with another suggestion by Benny.

Now I have Python 3.5.2. But I don't see IDLE with Python 3.5.2.

$ python3 -V

Python 3.5.2

How to get IDLE for 3.5.2 ?

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Solution:1

You have to install the required python-3.5 version. Try to download it from https://www.python.org/downloads/. Choose your target system and launch the installer. The setup wizard should launch. You should just click "Next" for every option in the setup wizard.


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