How to call PowerShell script from python

Hi Team,
How to call PowerShell script from Python.
I Have installed Python 3.7 and Powershell 7 version
I am running the below python script to call a PowerShell script

import subprocess, sys
p=subprocess.Popen(["c:\program files\powershell\7\pwsh.exe". "c:\scripts\abc.ps1"], stdout=sys.stdout)
p.communicate()

Getting the below error
File “c:\program files\Python37\lib\subprocess.py”, line 775, in_init_ restore_signals, start_new_session)

Thanks
Vel

I cannot tell nothing about Python but when you run

pwsh /?

in a CMD or PowerShell console it will tell you the proper syntax to call PowerShell with a script file. :wink:

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Thanks in advance
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