requests library is one of the python ecosystem's most popular and valuable packages. It is a simple yet mighty HTTP library that allows you to quickly and easily interact with the HTTP protocol.
>>> import requests
Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'requests'
Solution 1 - Install the Requests Library in Your Environment
Despite its popularity and usefulness, the
requests library is not part of Python's standard library. This means you will need to install the library in your environment before importing it.
You can do so by running the pip command:
pip3 install requests
pip install requests
If you are using conda, run:
conda install -c anaconda requests
NOTE: The commands above assume you have pip or conda installed on your system and available in your system path.
Solution 2 - FIx System Path
Sometimes, you may get the
no module named requests error even after installing the request module. You can resolve this by adding pip to your system path using the python module import:
python3 -m pip install requests
python -m pip install requests
Solution 3 - Install Requests Via Package Manager
If installing requests with the pip command does not work for you, you can try installing the requests module using your system's package manager:
sudo apt-get install python3-requests
sudo apt-get install python-requests
This article covers some basic techniques for resolving the 'no module named requests' error when importing the
requests module in Python.
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