Fix - macOS Sonoma 14 - zsh: command not found: python

If you try to run Python command on macOS 14 Sonoma on your Mac, you will get an error "zsh: command not found: python", this is because, python is the default command to run Python 2.x version from the Terminal, and Python 2.x is not pre-installed on macOS Sonoma 14.

We have python3 that is preinstalled under /usr/bin/python3 location.

% which python3

macOS Sonoma 14 - zsh command not found - python

This is not an AI-generated article but is demonstrated by a human on an M1 Mac running macOS Sonoma 14.0.

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