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'import' Module Package Loading Statement
How to use "import" statement to load Python module packages?
If you created a Python module package directory called "firstPackage" as described in the previous tutorial, you can load it into your Python execution session using the "import" statement:
1. Make sure the module package directory is a sub directory of the current directory:
\fyicenter>dir <DIR> firstPackage
2. Start the Python in interactive mode:
\fyicenter>python Python 3.6.2 (v3.6.2:5fd33b5, Jul 8 2017, 04:14:34) [MSC v.1900 32 bit (Intel)] on win32 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>>
3. Load the module package. Note that the Python code in the __init__.py file will be executed once when you load the package directory for the first time. If you load it again, it will not be executed any more.
>>> import firstPackage Loading first package... >>> import firstPackage
4. If you want to load module inside a package, you need to load it using the dot (.) expression format:
>>> import firstPackage.secondModule Loading second module...
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