How Can I Modify The PYTHONPATH In Windows To Ensure The Detection Of My Modules/packages?

To add a directory to the PYTHONPATH in Windows, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open the Control Panel and go to System and Security -> System.
  2. Click on "Advanced system settings" in the left panel.
  3. In the System Properties window, click on the "Environment Variables" button.
  4. In the Environment Variables window, under the "System variables" section, scroll down and find the "Path" variable.
  5. Click on the "Edit" button for the "Path" variable.
  6. In the Edit Environment Variable window, click on "New" and enter the path of the directory that contains your modules/packages.
  7. Click "OK" in all the windows to save the changes.

After following these steps, Python should be able to find your modules/packages when you import them in your code.

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