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Python Programming: Modules

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Learn the basics of modules and packages in Python.

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1. Every Python file is a module, ending in the suffix: .py

2. Modules are a collection of functions and variables.

3. Packages are a collection of modules.

4. Module functions and variables are accessed using the import statement; for example: import math.

5. Specific functions and variables may be imported using the from statement; for example: from math import pi.

6. The help() function displays all of the available functions and variables in a module; for example: help(math)

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