importing python libraries with visual code

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Hello, on python 3.7 I was able to import several libraries. via requirement text into Azure function. However it throws error on jsonlib, hashlib with error "no matching distribution found"

Some google links suggest these are default libraries hence do not need an install. However, when the azure function runs, it is unable to find these modules.

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