(unicode error) 'unicodeescape' codec can't decode bytes in position 2-3: truncated \UXXXXXXXX escape [duplicate]
This error occurs because you are using a normal string as a path. You can use one of the three following solutions to fix your problem:
1: Just put
r before your normal string it converts normal string to raw string:
The first backslash in your string is being interpreted as a special character, in fact because it's followed by a "U" it's being interpreted as the start of a unicode code point.
To fix this you need to escape the backslashes in the string. I don't know Python specifically but I'd guess you do it by doubling the backslashes:
data = open("C:\\Users\\miche\\Documents\\school\\jaar2\\MIK\\2.6\\vektis_agb_zorgverlener")