Category : importerror

My directory structure: test/ algo/ base.py func.py main.py func.py import base, and main.py import func. The scripts are: # base.py def base(): pass # func.py from base import base def func(): base() if __name__ == ‘__main__’: func() # main.py from algo.func import func if __name__ == ‘__main__’: func() when I execute func.py, it is fine: ..

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Investigating how I should be structuring my projects and tests I cloned into the nose repository and found the same problem I had been having. This is how the project is structured: nose <—– repository root nose <- source root __main__.py __init__.py core.py […] unit_tests .gitignore […] If I run python nose/__main__.py I get File ..

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I’m trying to run a Jupyter Notebook in Ubuntu 20.04. I have installed first Miniconda and then Anaconda Python as the latter download file was too large for my PC. When running the notebook file to see if everything worked, it failed to import NumPy. The error message went as follows: import pandas ————————————————————————— ImportError ..

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