When building Python applications with multiple files and folders, you may encounter the error:
"Attempted relative import with no known parent package"
This import error occurs when you try to use a relative import in a Python file, but the parent package cannot be identified.
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll cover:
- What relative imports are in Python
- When and why this error occurs
- 4 ways to fix attempted relative imports
- Tools for refactoring code and structure
- Best practices for avoiding import issues
Learning how to properly use relative imports in Python is key for building modular, maintainable codebases as your application grows. Let’s dive in![/su_box]
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