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Modules Are Objects Too
Are modules objects in Python?
Yes, all modules are objects of "module" type in Python? You can verify this with the following Python code:
>>> import firstModule >>> type(firstModule) <class 'module'>
In other words, the "import firstModule" statement performed two activities:
Like any other types of objects, you can use the "dir()" to list its members:
>>> import firstModule >>> dir(firstModule) ['__builtins__', '__cached__', '__doc__', '__file__', '__loader__', 'Python Tutorials', '__package__', '__spec__', '1.00', 'firstClass', 'sayHello']
⇐ 'import' Module Loading Statement
⇑ Defining and Using Python Code Modules
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