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I have installed selenium but python code still ask me to install it, when I check it shows selenium installed.
Is there anything else we should do after installation? Restart PC or something..?


What I have tried:

pip3 install selenium


File "C:\Users\work\PY\browser\modules\browser.py", line 10, in <module>
from selenium import webdriver
ImportError: No module named selenium
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Updated 18-Feb-20 23:22pm

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Are you sure it has been installed in a location that Python will search for imports? See 5. The import system — Python 3.7.6 documentation[^].
   
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[no name] 19-Feb-20 5:40am
   
I dont know where python search for imports I just have message when check that it was already installed I dont understnad at all latest python and also in varible path added not work anything it just sh*tty win10 I may break this pc and go back to macos
Richard MacCutchan 19-Feb-20 7:32am
   
It's nothing to do with Windows, it's to do with Python; that is why I posted the above link. If you don't understand how the system works then you are going to have more problems in the future.
[no name] 19-Feb-20 7:34am
   
it has been installed: C:\Python36 and all things are there in folders
Richard MacCutchan 19-Feb-20 7:43am
   
Try "pip3 list", and "pip3 show selenium" to check it is properly installed.
[no name] 19-Feb-20 7:46am
   
https://ibb.co/SNZXDys
[no name] 19-Feb-20 7:47am
   
C:\Users\work>pip3 show selenium
Name: selenium
Version: 3.141.0
Summary: Python bindings for Selenium
Home-page: https://github.com/SeleniumHQ/selenium/
Author: UNKNOWN
Author-email: UNKNOWN
License: Apache 2.0
Location: c:\python36\lib\site-packages
Requires: urllib3
Required-by:
Richard MacCutchan 19-Feb-20 7:50am
   
Sorry, I am out of ideas or suggestions.
[no name] 19-Feb-20 7:51am
   
no prob thx for your time anyways

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