pip install pypiwin32
$ pip3 install pypiwin32
Sometimes using pip3 also works if just pip is not working
Hey, @ Ashmit,
engine = pyttsx3.init('dummy') or engine = pyttsx.init('dummy')
I hope this will work.
Could you please what error you are facing? It will be easy for me to investigate further.
Could you please elaborate on what you are trying to do?
Are you facing any kind of error while executing your code snippet?
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