Organizing Code - Packages
xkenneth at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 02:04:56 CEST 2007
On Sep 8, 3:35 pm, David <wizza... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How do import statements that are declared at the top of a python
> > module work?
On Sat, 08 Sep 2007 12:42:19 -0700, xkenneth wrote:
> How do import statements that are declared at the top of a python
> module work?
They import the module. ;-)
> for instance....
> from MyModule.Objects import *
> class Class:
> def function:
> #here i cannot access the things that should have been
> imported from the above statement
> #i printed the dir() function to verify this
Sorry I don't believe this. This doesn't even compile because the
`function()` lacks the arguments in the definition. Please post
code and actual tracebacks you get.
And `MyModule` is a bad name for a package.
Marc 'BlackJack' Rintsch
Code doesn't compile in python. This is pseudo code anyways.
Can't post actual code and tracebacks because the code is proprietary.
"MyModule" is pseudo code, and i forgot the arguments, the actual code
and errors are unimportant for this question.
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