On Dec 9, 2015 3:36 AM, "Chris Harwood" <chrisandsue61 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Python ? 3.5.0 Documentation ? The Python Standard Library ? 25.
Graphical User Interfaces with Tk ? states that "You can check that tkinter
is properly installed on your system by running python -m tkinter from the
command line; this should open a window demonstrating a simple Tk
> Having recently installed Python 3.5.0 I find that python -m tkinter
> 'python' is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable
program or batch file.
> Can you help, please?
Try "py -3.5 -m tkinter" instead. On Windows, you have tkinter unless you
deselected it when you installed Python.
For future reference, it's very helpful to provide your OS and OS version
when asking questions like this; I'm just assuming you're on Windows since
that's the default "that's not on PATH" message.
Hope this helps,
(On a phone)