[Tutor] Module imports
noufal at airtelbroadband.in
Wed Jul 11 17:31:16 CEST 2007
kevin parks wrote:
> With sincere apologies for such a basic question, and one i will
> admit that i asked once before, moons ago. But even after googling
> around a bit i don't understand what the right answer is, or if i
> once did, can't recall it now..
> For some reason i feel like i should understand how and why this
> works a little better in order to avoid overlap and conflict in what
> is becoming a bit more involved intermingling of modules and scripts.
I don't think you need to worry. The python primitive "id" returns a
unique identifier for it's argument (I recall reading the it's the
memory location of the object).
Anyway, I have a module called foo.py which has this
Then I start python and do this
sys is foo.sys
So, it is the same object. You don't have to worry.
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