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Is anyone familiar with Python?
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So I am writing a simple virtual assistant (J.A.R.V.I.S. like) and I am getting a syntax error but I cannot seem to find the errors origin, everything has been done to exact models as shown in a youtube video on the subject.
I do know that PyCharm is not installing pyaudio into the main setup for the program and I think that maybe the issue.

So anyone familiar with these programs, if you can help me resolve this issue I would be glad to share the coding and any other things as payment for your help.

I am using Python 3.7.0
Windows Vista os
on a 32bit system

Here is the part of the code that I am getting the error on.


while true:
voice_note: = read_voice_cmd()
print('cmd :()'.format(voice_note))

if 'hello' in voice_note:
speak_text_cmd('Hello Sir. How can I help you?')

The syntaxerror is highlighted on the "()" at the end of the read_voice_cmd line which in my full coding is line 71 of 97

Can anyone help with this?

Thank you

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I'm rusty, but somewhat familiar with python. Email me the code,and I'll be glad to take a look to see if I can figure it out.

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