1 | initial version |

If using a local path, it has to be relative to the present working directory which you can obtain by typing `!pwd`

in the sage command line.

```
sage: !pwd
/home/slabbe
```

Otherwise, I cannot confirm since I do not have access to a Windows machine, but I would suggest to use double backlashes or use raw strings with the small r in front:

```
sage: load("C:\\Users\\annegret\\Documents\\beispiel.sage")
```

or

```
sage: load(r"C:\Users\annegret\Documents\beispiel.sage")
```

because `'\n'`

, `'\b'`

, `'\U'`

, `'\t'`

are meant to be characters with special meanings like new lines, tabulations, etc. See this page on Litterals from Python doc for details.

2 | No.2 Revision |

If using a local path, it has to be relative to the present working directory which you can obtain by typing `!pwd`

in the sage command line.

```
sage: !pwd
```~~/home/slabbe
~~

Otherwise, I cannot confirm since I do not have access to a Windows machine, but I would suggest to use double backlashes or use raw strings with the small r in front:

```
sage: load("C:\\Users\\annegret\\Documents\\beispiel.sage")
```

or

```
sage: load(r"C:\Users\annegret\Documents\beispiel.sage")
```

because `'\n'`

, `'\b'`

, `'\U'`

, `'\t'`

are meant to be characters with special meanings like new lines, tabulations, etc. See this page on Litterals from Python doc for details.

3 | No.3 Revision |

If using a local path, it has to be relative to the present working directory which you can obtain by typing

in the sage command line. ~~!pwd~~pwd

`sage: `~~!pwd
~~pwd

Otherwise, I cannot confirm since I do not have access to a Windows machine, but I would suggest to use double backlashes or use raw strings with the small r in front:

```
sage: load("C:\\Users\\annegret\\Documents\\beispiel.sage")
```

or

```
sage: load(r"C:\Users\annegret\Documents\beispiel.sage")
```

because `'\n'`

, `'\b'`

, `'\U'`

, `'\t'`

are meant to be characters with special meanings like new lines, tabulations, etc. See this page on Litterals from Python doc for details.

4 | No.4 Revision |

If using a local path, it has to be relative to the present working directory which you can obtain by typing `pwd`

in the sage command line.

```
sage: pwd
```

Otherwise, I cannot confirm since I do not have access to a Windows machine, but I would suggest to try to use double backlashes or use raw strings with the small r in front:

```
sage: load("C:\\Users\\annegret\\Documents\\beispiel.sage")
```

or

```
sage: load(r"C:\Users\annegret\Documents\beispiel.sage")
```

`'\n'`

, `'\b'`

, `'\U'`

, `'\t'`

are meant to be characters with special meanings like new lines, tabulations, etc. See this page on Litterals from Python doc for details.

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