The “ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘_ctypes'” error most commonly occurs because
_ctypes is either missing, incompatible, or inaccessible due to permissions.
Installing any missing modules, rebuilding your Python environment, gracefully handling imports, and upgrading Python provides fixes.
Learning dependency management and virtual environment best practices will help you avoid and debug other missing module issues in Python as well.
Now you have a comprehensive guide to fixing the frustrating
_ctypes module not found error – happy Python coding!
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