OpenCV with Python error

1st, I used Visual Studio Code IDE
I have successfully installed OpenCV 4.1.1 at Python 3.7.0.

  1. import cv2

  2. .

  3. print(cv2. version )



I run the "Getting_started_with_images.py"import cv2


and the following error message comes out.
PS C:\Users\hlaky\Desktop\My_Project>
PS C:\Users\hlaky\Desktop\My_Project> & “C:/Programs Files/Python37/python.exe” c:/Users/hlaky/Desktop/My_Project/Getting_started_with_images.py

Please help me to correct this error.
Thanks,

am not an expert at cv2 but try:

this:

from cv2 import *

img= cv2.imread(‘name of the image’, 0)

print(img)

Looking carefully at your screen caps, it almost appears you are not using “normal” single quotes around “lena.jpg” - they look like the typographic quotes you can get with Microsoft Word.  This is corroborated by the squiggly under the code in the screen shot - the editor things something is wrong.

[I may be confused by your font choice in the editor.]

You can use either single quotes or double quotes with python strings. So try replacing 

'lena.jpg'

with

"lena.jpg"

And in any case, use the “plain” single or double quotes [Ascii codes 39 and 34, respectively] whenever writing code.