How to Fix 'zsh: command not found: python'by@smpnjn
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How to Fix 'zsh: command not found: python'

August 14th 2022
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MacOS has removed native python support in MacOS 12.3.3. The issue is easy to fix. Make sure Python is installed and add python to zsh so that it will run upon typing the `python` command. If you are still facing issues, ensure that `python=$` where the $ sign should equal the path `Python` is installed on. If you still face the same issue, move to step 2. Add python to your zsh profile to run `/usr/bin/python3` when `python is run.
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