I want to change the default the version of python from 3.6 to 3.8 inside the terminal. How can I do that?
In this way, you can solve your doubts also.
Step1: Use the following command inside the terminal to change the installed version,
To change a python version on per user basis you simply create an
alias within the user’s home directory. Open
~/.bashrc file and add a new alias to change your default python executable:
Step 2: Once you make the above change, re-login or source your
$ . ~/.bashrc
Step 3: Check your default python version:
$ python – version Python 3.8.1