AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘choice’ error typically occurs when you try to “access the choice() function from a module that doesn’t have that attribute.”
How to fix it?
To fix the AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘choice’ error, ensure that the module you are trying to use exists and that the attribute “choice” is still available.
import random main_list = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] random_choice = random.choice(main_list) print(random_choice)
Alternatively, you can use the “hasattr()” function on Python modules to check if the attribute exists in the specific module.
import random if hasattr(random, "choice"): print("The 'choice' attribute exists in the 'random' module.") else: print("The 'choice' attribute does not exist in the 'random' module.")
The 'choice' attribute exists in the 'random' module.
I hope this will help you fix your error!