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I have been trying to run my python files in Git Bash but I keep getting an error and can't figure out how to fix it. My command as follows in the git bash executable python filename.py then it says

"Bash.exe": python.exe: command not found

I'm a windows user and I have added the path to my environment variables like so 

C:\Python27\python.exe;C:\Program Files\Git\bin\bash.exe

I have been looking around but I can't find anyone that has had this problem or they don't give a straightforward answer please help.

Also, I have never used Git before this is my first time.

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For this, you need to adapt the path for that you could try:

path=$path:C:\Python27\python.exe;C:\Program Files\Git\bin\bash.exe

After adding this path then try 

python --version

Then you can see that python is installed.

Also, these git commands will surely help you in working with Git

More information regarding git bash please go through the following tutorial:

You can refer to our Python online course for more information.

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