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I run this command to try to install Blynk for python on my raspberry pi. I want it to get it working for python3 but when I tell python to "import BlynkLib" it can't find the module. Can someone here give me the correct command to install Blynk for python3.

This is the command I tried:

'''sudo pip install blynklib'''

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    Just to let you know I can't find any tutorials that tell me how to do this. – UNKNOWN Apr 25 at 13:01
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    Usually only "sudo pip3 ..." installs python 3 stuff. So perhaps you can try "pip3". – tlfong01 Apr 25 at 13:38
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    It worked! Thank you. – UNKNOWN Apr 25 at 13:47
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    Hi @UNKNOWN, How nice to hear the good news. Have a great day. Cheers. – tlfong01 Apr 25 at 13:52
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Thanks to "tlfongo1" I got it to work. The answer is: Use pip3 instead of pip.

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