Okay that’s helpful. That tells me you are using Python 3.8, and it
shows the directories where Python is looking for libraries.
How did you install Python?
Please run this:
not in a .py file just run it at the command prompt, on Windows
the command prompt will probably be “%” maybe “$”. You should get
output like this:
% pip --version
pip 21.0.1 from /home/steve/.local/lib/python3.9/site-packages/pip (python 3.9)
except the pathname will be different.
Can you also use the Windows Find command to search for:
That has two underscores at the start and end of “init”:
underscore underscore init underscore underscore dot py