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Web Applications with Flask Tutorial: Help Requested
I am following the tutorial How to Make A Web Application using Flask (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-make-a-web-application-using-flask-in-python-3) but I’ve encountered a problem. I am using nano and Python 3 in Windows PowerShell after installation and environment set up as explained in another article linked to the prerequisites of this one but I have run into instances in which commands are not supported by Windows PowerShell like “source” and “export”. I was able to work around the source command and activate my environment similar to how it was explained in the other article I am referring to but didn’t have much luck trying to work around the export command. Is the article using a different shell and that’s the reason I am having these issues? Am I missing something? Is there a way around these issues? I haven’t continued reading but I imagine it will be an issue throughout the article if I am doing something incorrectly.
Thanks in advance.
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