Advertisements I’m trying to send a image in WhatsApp through pywhatkit module, but when I run my code I have the error ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘win32clipboard’. I installed pywin32, but the error remains. Here’s my code: import pywhatkit as w w.sendwhats_image(‘NUMBER’, ‘C:\\THIS\\IS\\MY\\FOLDER\\pic.png’, ‘CAPTION’) And this is where the error triggers (filename ‘core.py’ from pywhatkit… Read More ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'win32clipboard'
Advertisements I am getting a ModuleNotFoundError for a module that exists. I have a __init__.py and imported sys but I am still getting a ModuleNotFoundError error on my django error. My file structure: |-my_app |-folder1 |-__init__.py |-calc.py |-folder2 |-__init__.py |-test.py I want to import a function from test.py in calc.py. This is my code: import… Read More ModuleNotFoundError even though the Module is present
Advertisements When I try to import external library of my project in my locust python file, each time I have the error "ModuleNotFoundError : No module name ‘…’. Apparently is not clear but locust is installed and works. I have a task to make REST API call and it’s ok. But I need to make… Read More ModuleNotFoundError : No module named with locust
Advertisements I have recently bought a new laptop and was viewing some python projects of mine which I made on my pc. For one of them I use the python-bitvavo-api library which I installed using pip3 install python-bitvavo-api. The version I installed is 1.2.2 which is the latest on their website. Now when I try… Read More ModuleNotFoundError, even after pip install
Advertisements I have tried untinstalling "scikit-image" and installing again but keep getting the same thing? from skimage.metrics import structural_similarity as ssim ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘skimage’ >Solution : Try this: python -m pip install -U scikit-image
Advertisements I am trying the following snippet: from sklearn.datasets.mldata import fetch_mldata However, I get the error message: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘sklearn.datasets.mldata’ Then I tried to figure out the problem: Can you identify the issue? >Solution : The sklearn.datasets.mldata module was deprecated in version 0.20 and will be removed in version 0.22. You can use… Read More ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'sklearn.datasets.mldata'
Advertisements There seem to be file names that are not allowed to exist in the same directory in which I’m running my Python source code because they probably conflict with a file of the same name within a module in which I’ve imported. Is there a way to still keep the names the same but… Read More Why are certain file names not allowed for local Python source code files?
Advertisements So this is my current folder structure └── Main folder/ ├── subfolder/ │ ├── subfolder_function.py │ └── subfolder_function2.py └── main.py screenshot and these are the contents of each file subfolder_function2.py def subfolder_function2(): print("Hey I’m subfolder_function2.py") subfolder_function.py from subfolder_function2 import subfolder_function2 def my_function_from_subfolderfunc2(): subfolder_function2() main.py from subfolder.subfolder_function import my_function_from_subfolderfunc2 if __name__ == ‘__main__’: print(my_function_from_subfolderfunc2())) Why… Read More What is the right way to do such import
Advertisements How can I write import foo.bar in __init__.py so it will load the system-wide version of foo/bar.py when run from most places, but will load the local version of bar.py when run from within foo‘s source directory? # foo/__init__.py from foo.bar import baz baz() # foo/bar.py def baz: print(‘Hello") This will always load the… Read More Python imports in deployed/local packages
Advertisements I have a django app. It is quite complicated, I can’t post all the code here, so I have a big picture summary. The setup of the folders in the big picture related to what I’m doing is below. Note that "SomeFolder" is a placeholder name for the actual name. Some folder is a… Read More Python Django ModeulNotFoundError: No module named 'SomeFolder'