"No module named 'deepdiff'" when using jupyter notebook

Hi all

I’m trying to use the module named ‘deepdiff’ to compare two objects (to see if one object contains the keys and values of another) but I get an error when importing the module

How do I fix this? If it cannot be fixed, is there a different way to check if an object contains the keys and values of another?

collected_sample_dict: {'red': 2, 'green': 2, 'black': 1}
expected_balls: {'red': 2, 'green': 1}
I want to know if collected_sample_dict contains AT LEAST 2 red balls and 1 green ball

Thanks for your time


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It probably needs to be installed first in your environment.

If you know how to check if dictionary has specific key and value, you could use that to check first if there’s 2 red balls and then if there’s one green.

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