Error “(unicode Error) ‘unicodeescape’ Codec Can’t Decode Bytes In Position 2-3: Truncated \uxxxxxxxx Escape”

This error is raised when a string contains a Unicode escape sequence that is incomplete or incorrectly formatted.

Unicode escape sequences in Python start with the \u prefix followed by four hexadecimal digits to represent a Unicode character. For example, \u0065 represents the Unicode character ‘e’.

To fix this error, you need to ensure that your Unicode escape sequences are properly formatted, with exactly four hexadecimal digits after the \u prefix.

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