No Python Interpreter Configured For The Module - PyCharm/IntelliJ

In PyCharm/IntelliJ working with python files you can see error like:

No Python Interpreter Configured For The Module

Solution of the error is simple and you need to add default Interpreter for Python.

Fix on IntelliJ

  • File
  • Project Structure - CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + S
  • Modules
  • Go to the project name - example Tools
  • Find the language under it - Python
  • Select Interpreter
  • Apply and OK.

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Fix on PyCharm

  • File
  • Default Settings
  • Project Interpreter(from the left)
  • Project Interpreter(from the right)
    • Select Existing one
    • Create new one
    • Click on the gear wheel
    • Add
    • Virtual environment or System Interpreter
      • New Environment
      • Existing Environment

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