New To Python & Coding. How do I utilize this module/library?

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  • pyicloud

    A Python + iCloud wrapper to access iPhone and Calendar data.

    The ultimate goal here is to display my "reminders" which are tied to my iCloud account, and get those in python so I can display them on an external device in real time. I can see there is the ability to do this or atleast interact with the reminders in some way in : "pyicloud/pyicloud/services/reminders.py /" directory on GitHub, however after trying many different combinations of running the code in that directory in multiple different ways, I'm back to square 1 not really understanding how to utilize this code to return the values I want (or return anything really). Any insight here at all?

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  • requests

    Discontinued A simple, yet elegant HTTP library. [Moved to: https://github.com/psf/requests] (by kennethreitz)

    Do I have to install any libraries or anything along those lines before using the certain functions? (I see the first things it says is "PyiCloud is a module which allows pythonistas to interact with iCloud webservices. It's powered by the fantastic requests HTTP library.", do I need to install this?)

  • CPython

    The Python programming language

    If python is not installed, install python from https://www.python.org and in the installer make sure the option for pip is checked and the options for add to PATH is checked.

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