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I spent most of the day yesterday searching for a clear answer for installing pip (package manager for Python). I can't find a good solution.

How do I install it?

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  • MacOS already have Python installed in it. To make sure that whether you have  Python installed or not open a terminal and run the below-mentioned command.

python --version

  • If this command runs perfect and returns a version number that means Python exists in your MacOs. Which also means that you already have easy_install in your MacOs. 
  • easy_install was released in 2004, as a part of setuptools. It was notable at the time for installing packages from PyPI(Python Package Index) using requirement specifiers and automatically installing dependencies.
  • Now, you just need to run the following command to install pip in your mac:-

sudo easy_install pip

  • Once this command runs successfully, pip will be installed in your MacOs and you will be able to use it for installing other packages.
  • You can also use  the following command

python get-pip.py

  • Another thing you can do is install it through Homebrew on MacOs
  • Homebrew is a package manager for MacOs. Once Homebrew is installed in your system(MacOs), run the given command to install the latest Python, Pip and other tools.

brew install python

  •  You can also run the following command for installing pip.

sudo -H python -m ensurepip

  • So I have mentioned every possible answer for you can use one which looks easy to you.

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