Where Is Python3 Installed In Macos?
So, I've recently installed Anaconda with python 3.7.3. Even if it is a really neat way to access scientific libraries I still want access to the preinstalled python of macos Mojave. Whenever i type in terminal "python3" or "python3.7" the anaconda version pops up. the only way to access one of the preinstalled versions is to type "python2.7" which accesses python 2 not python 3.
After some navigation inside the filesystem I found that python 2 is in "/usr/bin". Does anybody know where python 3 is located so that I can add to my .bash_profile something like "alias python3="[path]" ?
I am using Python3 and I check by
- Open Terminal
$ which python3
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