When importing modules in python it says they do not exists, do not know what is going on.
Can you please post the code which is giving you the error, as well as the Traceback you’re getting when attempting the import?
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import numpy import pygame
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “C:/Users/robertw27/.PyCharmCE2019.1/config/scratches/Howdy.py”, line 1, in
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘pygame’
In the terminal it says that numpy and pygame are already installed so I am unsure.
“The terminal” isn’t a thing.
Who said it?
Maybe you started python and successfully imported it.
If you then start python and don’t successfully import it, then, you started a different python, didn’t you.
Are you saying I am using a different version of python?
How do I change the version I am using on pycharms?
I don’t use it, so no clue. But it’s got menu’s to browse through doesn’t it. (You’ve also got google)