Second 'dumb question' of the day.
I am trying to run the most basic little script https://www.pythonanywhere.com/user/epeesharkey/files/home/epeesharkey/WC2.py
When I press 'Run' I get one of the following :
- Your console could not be started
- The console starts but there is an error code about a missing package
- I get an 'interpreter prompt' with no code run
- when the console does start it clearly says that it is starting Python3.5 -- the Help documentation says default is 3.6 unless a hashbang in first line.
Documentation also says to use pipx.y to load install a package for version x.y I appreciate have to do this for every different version - but which one is actually the default ? pip3.6 does not work for me, pip3.5 does. Is the default actually Python 3.5 ?
I am not a coding person, just want to be able to do stuff. This is getting very confusing.