This error occurs when trying to open a file that contains escape characters (such as \) in the file path, and the escape characters are not being properly interpreted by Python.
In Python 3, you can convert a string to bytes using the bytes function.
To convert a byte object into a string, you can use the decode() method.
This error message indicates that the Python interpreter is unable to find the numpy module, which is likely because it is not installed on your system.
Here is an example of how to handle a UnicodeDecodeError caused by an invalid start byte:
To flush the output of the print function, you can use the flush parameter of the print function.
In Python, you can represent an Enum (enumeration) by using the enum module or by creating a class that inherits from enum.Enum.
In Python, you can use the self keyword to refer to the instance of the enclosing class within a method.
To upgrade the Python installation in Windows 10, you can use the pip package manager.
In Python 3, the input() function can be used in place of raw_input() to read input from the user.