[Beginer Question] I heard about python needing somesort of_VariableName_ boiler plate?

bradenf at hotmail.com bradenf at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 1 19:18:45 CET 2010


Sorry that is what I mean. What is it for?
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	sort	of_VariableName_ boiler plate?

On 01/11/2010 04:51, Ben Finney wrote:
> bradenf at hotmail.com writes:
>
>> Sorry, to clarify I heard that when you declare a variable in python
>> you have to use some sort of standard boiler plate _variable_ however
>> this has not been my experience using IDLE so is this even true?
>
> I don't know what “some sort of boiler plate _variable_” might mean.
>
> Can you point to someone's actual message saying this, so we can see
> what they might be talking about?
>
Perhaps the OP means:

     if __name__ == "__main__":
         ...

although the "declare a variable" bit has me puzzled.
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