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There are a lot of errors that we humans never get to handle because we use tools to do the job for us. One of the most common errors that we might face while working with python is the error “AttributeError: partially initialized module ‘requests’ has no attribute ‘get’”. This blog will provide a detailed explanation of how to handle this error.
What is “AttributeError: partially initialized module ‘requests’ has no attribute ‘get’”?
When attempting to get a webpage utilizing the request package, you may encounter the following error.
response = requests.get(url) AttributeError: partially initialized module 'requests' has no attribute 'get' (most likely due to a circular import)
What causes error?
The main cause of this error is the name of a local file with the name of some module. This causes Python to mistake it for a module, so it returns the error.
The method for you to fix it
We would like to offer some solutions below, you can refer to and choose the appropriate method:
Method 1: Ensure your module and file names aren’t the same.
Simply ensure your file and module names are not the same. The name of the module cannot be used as the name of the file. You should end up with something like this once it’s okay:
import requests r = requests.get("http://google.com") print(r.status_code) # 200
Your problem may now be resolved.
Method 2: Approach in the direction of installing vaex
If you are suffering from this:
conda install pydantic[dotenv] # This failed: "import vaex" so retried pip. pip install pydantic[dotenv] # On "import vaex", got error in OP.
Replace it with this command:
conda uninstall pydantic[dotenv] pip install pydantic[dotenv] --force-reinstall # Now "import vaex" worked perfectly.
We hope our blog post on fixing the error “AttributeError: partially initialized module ‘requests’ has no attribute ‘get’” was useful. With this information, you should be able to handle this issue and a slew of other concerns when you design your application.
Please leave a comment if you want to learn more about the topic or if you have any questions or ideas to share. Thank you for taking the time to read this!