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2018-03-16 02:26:29 +0200 asked a question how to sage a file

I have Windows 10 installed and i can't sage a file example.sage which is in K:\sageexample Tutorial is extremely bad and full of jargonisms and no examples in it. I don't know what does it mean to sage a file, or to run a file without example being given. I open sage command prompt and type the following run ('K:\sageexample\example.sage') but it returns ERROR:root:File u'(K:\\sageexample\\example.sagetex.sage).py' not found. then i use load ('K:\sageexample\example.sage") it returns nothing at all. I spent three days trying different combinations of syntax with no result.

2018-03-16 02:26:29 +0200 asked a question how to sage a .sage file

I am having sage installed on a windows 10. Sage file example.sage.sage which is generated by sagetex is situated in K:\sageexample folder. How to run sage on this file. All references are full of jargonism and don't explain anything at all or give examples. I run sage shell and prompt: run ('K:sageexample\example.sage.sage') but no result. I run load command load ('K:sageexample\example.sage.sage') no example. I don't want to install linux for one program. How to "sage" a file from notebook interface?