[Tutor] List of available modules
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Fri Apr 9 20:06:39 EDT 2004
On Fri, 9 Apr 2004, [ISO-8859-1] Gon=E7alo Rodrigues wrote:
> Em Fri, 9 Apr 2004 14:03:47 -0700 (PDT), Marilyn Davis
> <marilyn at deliberate.com> atirou este peixe aos pinguins:
> >I think I remember that I can import something so that I can look at
> >the list of available modules. Can anyone remind me of how that goes?
> What do you mean by "list of available modules", the modules that are
> available for import? As far as I know there isn't one. There can be
> many such, not just the ones from the standard library but also
> third-party ones. The docs are your best bet.
Actually, there is a way to do it: 'help()' knows what modules are
Please wait a moment while I gather a list of all available modules...
ArrayPrinter buildDecorator lovins signal
Autoformat cPickle macpath site
BaseHTTPServer cStringIO macurl2path smtpd
Bastion cacher mailbox smtplib
Bio (package) calendar mailcap sndhdr
BioSQL (package) cgi make_xml_descriptor socket
CDROM cgitb markupbase spmatrix
CGIHTTPServer chunk marshal spmatrix_util
Canvas cmath math sqlite
CompatMysqldb cmd maximum_digit_total sre
ConfigParser code md5 sre_compile
Cookie codecs memsize sre_constants
DLFCN codeop merge sre_parse
[... lots of text cut]
But the output can be so overwhelming that it might not really be useful.
The module documentation in:
is still lengthy, but tries to summarize each publically documented
module, rather than all available modules.
Is there a particular module that you're looking for, though?
Talk to you later!
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