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web3.py provider error — ‘Web3’ has no ‘eth’ member

Hi I am trying to use web3.py to connect some python code to a solidity contract and I am getting an error — Web3 instance has no eth member. w3 = Web3(EthereumTesterProvider()) contract_source_path = r’tournament.sol’ compiled_sol = compile_source_file(contract_source_path) contract_id, contract_interface = compiled_sol.popitem() address = deploy_contract(w3, contract_interface) print(“Deployed {0} to: {1}n”.format(contract_id, address)) tournament_contract = w3.eth.contract( address::Listen

Hi I am trying to use web3.py to connect some python code to a solidity contract and I am getting an error — Web3 instance has no eth member.

    w3 = Web3(EthereumTesterProvider())  contract_source_path = r'tournament.sol' compiled_sol = compile_source_file(contract_source_path)  contract_id, contract_interface = compiled_sol.popitem()  address = deploy_contract(w3, contract_interface) print("Deployed {0} to: {1}n".format(contract_id, address))  tournament_contract = w3.eth.contract(     address = address,     abi=contract_interface['abi'] ) 

I am not sure why this is happening as the w3 variable holds Web3(EthereumTesterProvider()) which should have an eth member object.

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