difference between import from mod.func() and x=mod.func()
sekhon.hari at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 21 12:38:23 CEST 2006
I take it that it's not worth listening to that tutorial and just using good
old "import from", which I suspect is better anyway since it imports less...
"uneducated premature optimisation" - I take it this is insulting a that
"import from" it is then unless anybody has anything else to say on the
On 20/06/06, Fredrik Lundh <fredrik at pythonware.com> wrote:
> Hari Sekhon wrote:
> > What is the difference in terms of efficiency and speed between
> > from os import path
> > and
> > import os
> > path=os.path
> the only difference is that the former only sets the "path" variable,
> while the
> latter leaves both "os" and "path" in your namespace.
> > I would think that the import from would be better, just curious since I
> > read somewhere on the web, some guy's code tutorial where he did the
> > latter and said it was for efficiency/speed.
> sounds like "uneducated premature optimization" to me.
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