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alright,ive been taking this python tut. online,and its frusterating me.One command it tells me to do!it wont let me use the command CMD on the run option in the start menu,so i can execute my program,but it doesnt work. .here is a link to the tut page: http://programming-crash-course.com/execute_your_program .

can anyone help me execute the shell?

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alright,ive been taking this python tut. online,and its frusterating me.One command it tells me to do!it wont let me use the command CMD on the run option in the start menu,so i can execute my program,but it doesnt work. .here is a link to the tut page: http://programming-crash-course.com/execute_your_program .

can anyone help me execute the shell?

What OS are you running? Have you tried command.exe instead of cmd?

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alright,ive been taking this python tut. online,and its frusterating me.One command it tells me to do!it wont let me use the command CMD on the run option in the start menu,so i can execute my program,but it doesnt work. .here is a link to the tut page: http://programming-crash-course.com/execute_your_program .

can anyone help me execute the shell?

What OS are you running? Have you tried command.exe instead of cmd?

This is going to sound very noobish,but doesnt OS stand for operating system?if so,its version 5

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OS does stand for operating system, but instead of the python program version, he meant the OS ... which would be Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP, Linux etc ...

Try either cmd, cmd.exe or command in the run box. I have a feeling you are using 98 or ME which requires the full word command. :D

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OS does stand for operating system, but instead of the python program version, he meant the OS ... which would be Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP, Linux etc ...

Try either cmd, cmd.exe or command in the run box. I have a feeling you are using 98 or ME which requires the full word command. :D

oh,ok thax.its windows Xp.and cmd.exe worked thanks alot.

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