Problem with importing in Python

su29090 129km09 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 11 23:29:35 CET 2013


On Friday, January 11, 2013 5:25:24 PM UTC-5, Adnan Sadzak wrote:
> Python is case sensitive.
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> Circle and circle is not same.
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> On Jan 11, 2013 11:22 PM, "su29090" <129... at gmail.com> wrote:
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> I'm trying to import a python file it keeps saying:
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> ImportError: cannot import name Circle
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> Here is the file I'm trying to import:
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> Circle.py
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> import math
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> class circle:
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>     #Construct a circle object
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>     def __init__(self, radius = 1):
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>         self.radius = radius
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>     def getPerimeter(self):
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>         return 2 * self.radius * math.pi
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>     def getArea(self):
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>         return self.radius * self.radius * math.pi
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>     def setRadius(self, radius):
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>         self.radius = radius
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> from Circle import Circle
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> def main():
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>     #Create a circle with a radius 1
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>     circle1 = Circle()
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>     print("The area of the circle of radius",
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>           circle1.radius, "is" , circle1.getArea())
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>     #Create a circle with a radius 25
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>     circle2 = Circle(25)
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>     print("The area of the circle of radius",
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>           circle2.radius, "is" , circle2.getArea())
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>     #Create a circle with a radius 125
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>     circle3 = Circle(125)
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>     print("The area of the circle of radius",
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>           circle3.radius, "is" , circle3.getArea())
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>     #Modify circle radius
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>     circle2.radius = 100 # or Circle2.setRadius(100)
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>     print("The area of the circle of radius",
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>           circle2.radius, "is" , circle2.getArea())
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>     main() # Call the main function
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> How can I solve this problem?
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> Thanks in advance.
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It still keeps showing the same message.



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