Does underscore has any special built-in meaningin Python ?
aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sat Aug 1 01:09:16 CEST 2009
In article <062813eb-7eec-4504-b32c-abadf02c3e38 at 12g2000pri.googlegroups.com>,
dandi kain <dandi.kain at gmail.com> wrote:
>What is the functionality of __ or _ , leading or trailing an object ,
>class ot function ? Is it just a naming convention to note special
>functions and objects , or it really mean someting to Python ?
One more thing: if you have global module names with a single leading
underscore (e.g. "_foo"), they will not be loaded when you use
from <module> import *
However, "import *" is strongly discouraged for the most part.
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