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(I am new to Python and coding in general)

Installed Python 3.5 and now trying to install pip. I have the file on my computer and have double clicked it. The black box did something and now I am wondering what to do. I have edited the PATHs correctly (I think) and have recently discovered there is no Scripts folder (that I can find). I think the lack of the Scripts folder may be the problem, but really have no clue what the problem is.

I am on windows 10, python version 3.5.

What I have tried:

I have tried...
editing PATHs
manually installing modules
lots of suggested downloading code for different versions of python
Updated 7-May-17 15:38pm
Jochen Arndt 8-May-17 3:44am    
Instead of double clicking on the file open a command prompt window and execute

Then you can read the output of the script and check for errors and important messages.

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