ImportError: No module named pip

Here is a code snippet that demonstrates how to handle the "No module named pip" error:

    import pip
except ImportError:
    import ensurepip
    import pip

This code uses a try-except block to catch the ImportError that is raised when the "pip" module is not found. If the error is caught, the script uses the "ensurepip" module to bootstrap pip, and then imports pip again. This allows the script to continue running even if pip is not already installed on the system.

Note: The above code snippet work only for Python version 2.7 and below. For python version 3.4 and above, pip comes pre-installed with python.