Actually its not a big deal. Docstrings are just for documentation (in Your example - for documenting the content of a module or file). You can just add docstring on top of the file:
“”" This file is for blah blah blah “”"
or simply turn of this messages in VSCode. To do so - find settings.json and add:
thank you so much for the help.
I’ve stumbled on that before, these two links may help you:
both describe expected style of your code, and VSCode checks if you compy that through the chosen “linter”, in your case the linter is “Pylint”
Hope this helps.