General Scripting Questions

Hi guys,
This is my first time performing python scripting in Audacity, and I have come across a problem:

I am running Audacity on a Windows 10 system and would like to use scripting for one of my projects.
I enabled the mod-script-pipe in Audacity’s preferences, that should allow scripting.
After running the script, I saw in the instructions that I could type do(“whatevercommand:”) in the python CLI.
The script gave the following output, shown in the attached image. However, when I tried using the do command, I was getting the error, as follows:

>>> do("Help:")
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<pyshell#0>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'do' is not defined

How exactly am I supposed to use this command? Am I forgetting to run a file? Or forgetting to install something? I am running the script through Python 3.7.4 Shell (Idle)

Hoping for some guidance.
Best regards,

For running your own commands, I’d recommend using
Instructions for how to use it are given in the Docstring at the top of the file:
Try using it from the command line interface first, then if you want to write your own Python scripts, import it as a module.