Help with modules/packages.

Christopher J. Bottaro cjbottaro at
Fri Dec 3 18:09:32 EST 2004

        I want to be able to say stuff like "import CJB.ClassA" and "import
CJB.ClassB" then say "c = CJB.ClassA()" or "c = CJB.ClassB()".  CJB will be
a directory containing files "" and "".

        Now that I think about it, that can't work because Python allows you import
different things from the same module (file).  If I said "import
CJB.ClassA", I'd have to instantiate ClassA like "c = CJB.ClassA.ClassA()".

I guess I could say "from CJB.ClassA import ClassA", but then I'd
instantiate like "c = ClassA()".  What I really want is to say "c =
CJB.ClassA()" that possible?

Is my understand of modules/packages correct or am I way off?

Thanks for the help.

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