Python Error: No module named AnyQt.QtSql Fixed

This Python Error: No module named AnyQt.QtSql is a common type of Error in Python, NameError, ModuleNotFoundError, are also similar as there are a lot of Modules, and to use that module you need to install that module or library with Proper Spelling as new modules are uploaded every minute.

And to install that Run the Following Command line in your Terminal.

For Python 2 : To Solve this Error Run

pip install AnyQt

For Python 3+ : To Solve this Error Run pip3

pip3 install AnyQt

Everyone wants to learn Python and while learning errors are a common thing to encounter. There is a lot of error occur while running any specific module.

So we are here to help you with “importerror: no module named  AnyQt“. Terminal Also Says ModuleNotFoundError: No module named AnyQt ” Both are Same.

Python Error: No module named AnyQt.QtSql

Know detail of why this error keeps occurring and Solve it.

https://usingpython.shodkk.com/python-error-importerror-no-module-named-why-how-command-line-solved2021/

Why Are You Getting this Error?

This error probably encounter because you have not install AnyQt

Or because you have not update AnyQt package owner update the module and added new function in the module that you are trying to access.

So the Next Obvious Question is How to Install this Module, Right?

How to Install?

You can install it in command line via pip: AnyQt

Whatever you are using Open Terminal

For Mac User:

Press the “Command” button and the space bar, simultaneously (this will open a search bar on your screen). Open Spotlight. …
Type “Terminal” (as you type, it should auto-fill). Search for Terminal and open it. …
Double click “Terminal” in the left sidebar to open your Mac’s Terminal.

For Linux: To Open Terminal Press Ctrl+t or CTRL+ALT+T

For Windows Computer: 

Open Command Prompt in Windows

Click Start and search for “Command Prompt.” Alternatively, you can also access the command prompt by pressing Ctrl + r on your keyboard, type “cmd” and then click OK.

pip install AnyQt

pip install AnyQt

If you don’t have Pip install in your Windows or Linux Or Mac you need to install it first using Terminal. Follow the Code to install Pip.

sudo apt install python3-pip

Upgrade Python  pip

python -m pip install –upgrade pip

If you want to install a Specific Version, you are free to do that too.

Also you can check Python version using command

python –version  or python -V

Install Specific Version:

pip install AnyQt
pip install “AnyQt==0.0.10”

Upgrade  AnyQt

sudo pip3 install –upgrade AnyQt

Getting Dependency Error in Window 10

Use code: easy_install instead of pip install

easy_install AnyQt 

Upgrade using easy install

sudo easy_install –upgrade AnyQt

On OSX System to install Module:

Use code: brew install instead of pip install

brew install AnyQt 

Without Using Pip :

sudo apt-get install -y AnyQt 

On CentOS7 or Linux Fedora:

yum -y install AnyQt 

Or on Fedora try

sudo dnf install AnyQt 

Command if Homebrew screws up your path on macOS:

python -m pip install AnyQt 

For Python3 MacOs Homebrew screws

python3 -m pip install AnyQt 

Verify module from list MacOs

pip freeze | grep AnyQt

For Execute on Anaconda as your python package manager

conda install -c anaconda AnyQt 

In Pycharm IDE to install a package:

Go to setting from File in menu.
Next Go to Python interpreter.
Click on PIP.

Search for AnyQt as above package and install it.

To remove  AnyQt  module:

sudo apt-get remove AnyQt

Python has vast application in every field from machine learning, web development, game making, medical science, to finance. And as Python is use by millions of programmer new modules are coded, everyday and to know detail and documentation of module one should visit https://devdocs.io/   or read below

For more Detail Visit Pypi.org where the Module is Uploaded by Owner

https://pypi.org/project/AnyQt/

Email of the Module Owner: mailto:[email protected]

Maintainers: ansible, badger, deric.crago, dmsimard, gmainwaring, jimi, mattclay, nitzmahone, relrod, ansible, badger, deric.crago, dmsimard, gmainwaring, jimi, mattclay, nitzmahone, relrod

Maintainers Bio : https://pypi.org/user/ansible/

Module License: GNU General Public License v3 or later (GPLv3+) (GPLv3+)

Module GitHub / HomePage Link:        Documentation : https://devdocs.io/AnyQt

Release Date:  Dec 14, 2020

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Reference:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_Package_Index
https://www.python.org/
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