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Problem with importing a package

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I have to work with matrices on python and for that i need a package
NUMPY. I downloaded it and saved it in the same folder as the program
which imports it. But on running the program it gives an error
"ImportError: No module named numpy". Do we need to save the file
required to be imported in a specific folder?

Plz help me out with this.

Thanks

Amit

Oct 15 '06 #1
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am***********@gmail.com wrote:
I have to work with matrices on python and for that i need a package
NUMPY. I downloaded it and saved it in the same folder as the program
which imports it. But on running the program it gives an error
"ImportError: No module named numpy". Do we need to save the file
required to be imported in a specific folder?
did you follow the installation instructions supplied with that library?

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Oct 15 '06 #2

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