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comment Windows insists associating .py files with the wrong version of Python
@FredrikPihl: I don't have a PYTHONPATH variable. The PATH variable contains the Python 3.3 path. What do I have to look for in msconfig? What is autoexec.bat?
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comment Windows insists associating .py files with the wrong version of Python
@J0HN: Thanks, both your suggestions do work and output 3.3 as desired. But even when I start the .py file using Windows command line shell it outputs 2.7.
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comment Windows insists associating .py files with the wrong version of Python
@J0HN: I open them by double clicking and they're being opened with a console window. I've also tried right clicking and choosing "open with" with the 3.3 version.
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asked Windows insists associating .py files with the wrong version of Python