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Assuming that you installed the Windows native version of Sage, run the "SageMath Shell" which opens a command-prompt, and run `sage 'K:\sageexample\example.sage.sage'`

(for example, based on the filename in the question). Note that this a a bash (Unix-like) shell, where the backslashes used in Windows paths imply an escape character normally, which might have been your problem. So it's necessary to enclose the path in single-quotes for it to be interpreted correctly.

Alternatively you can use forwardslashes instead of backslashes like `sage K:/sageexample/example.sage.sage`

. This will be interpreted correctly as a Windows path as long at it starts with a valid drive letter.

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Assuming that you installed the Windows native version of Sage, run the "SageMath Shell" which opens a command-prompt, and run

`sage`

~~'K:\sageexample\example.sage.sage'~~'K:\sageexample\example.sage.sage'

at the prompt (for example, based on the filename in the question). Note that this a a bash (Unix-like) shell, where the backslashes used in Windows paths imply an escape character normally, which might have been your problem. So it's necessary to enclose the path in single-quotes for it to be interpreted correctly.

Alternatively you can use forwardslashes instead of backslashes ~~like ~~like

`sage`

~~K:/sageexample/example.sage.sage~~K:/sageexample/example.sage.sage~~.~~

This will be interpreted correctly as a Windows path as long at it starts with a valid drive letter.

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