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PIP in Python ? How to install packages in Python ?

  1. Re: PIP

    PIP :

    PIP is a package manager for Python packages like a module.

    Note: If you have Python version 3.4 or later, PIP is included by default. 

    A package contains all the files you need for a module.Modules are Python code libraries you can include in your project. Check if PIP is Installed in Navigation command line : 

    C:\Users\Your Name\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36-32\Scripts>pip --version 

    Install PIP 

    If you do not have PIP installed, you can download and install it from this page:


    Downloading a package is very easy. Open the command line and write for PIP to download the package you want.Download a package named "camelcase":

    C:\Users\Your Name\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36-32\Scripts>pip install camelcase

    Using a Package:

    Once the package is installed, it's ready to use. you can directly Import the "camelcase" package into your project.Import and use "camelcase":

    import camelcase
    c = camelcase.CamelCase() txt = "Mindstick" print(c.hump(txt))