How to completely uninstall the aima-python packages or libraries?


Earlier, I had installed a package or library for aima-python using this link:

using Anaconda for Windows and pip and git

Currently, I am trying to get this completely uninstalled because I anyway have other AI-related packages and there always seems to be a recurring detection of a worm in the aima-data folder of the aima-python directory. So, I could only use pip to uninstall pytest as that was the only thing I needed to install with pip when I was following the steps to install aima-python. I also deleted the aima-python directory. Is there anything else I need to do to ensure there are no traces or dependencies remaining after this?

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Ok. Thanks!:smiley:


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