Advertisements I suppose to have 3 files in the folder project as showed following: project |- module_b.py |- script_B1.py |- script_B2.py Content of 3 python files The content of module_b.py is: print("Inside module_b") The content of script_B1.py is: import module_b print("Inside script_B1") The content of script_B2.py is: import module_b import script_B1 print("Inside script_B2") Output of… Read More Why is executed only one module import instead of 2?
Advertisements My my_module has just 1 function called f. So import my_module my_module.f() is a valid code. But I want to wrap undefined function calls the way my_module.f() is called instead. And I want to do it by default without any exta-code outside the module, i.e. I want to put all the wrapping code inside… Read More Catch undefined module function calls and process it within the module
Advertisements I am following this tutorial to see why Python doesn’t recognize an environment variable that was set at the Conda prompt (using CMD syntax, as this is an Anaconda installation on Windows 10). It requires the os module, and as part of my getting familiar with Python, I decided to test whether os was… Read More Python: Does importing "sys" module also import "os" module?
Advertisements So i have the current code: module = input(‘What module?: ‘) print(module.run()) & the goal is that it’ll do the run() function of a pre-made module, which module in question is being chosen by the user. >Solution : You can use the importlib module to dynamically import the module based on the user’s selection,… Read More Run a command from a module based on the user's choice
Advertisements Installed calplot: $ pip install calplot Requirement already satisfied: calplot in /home/lamy/.local/lib/python3.10/site-packages (0.1.7.5) Requirement already satisfied: matplotlib in /home/lamy/.local/lib/python3.10/site-packages (from calplot) (3.7.1) Requirement already satisfied: numpy in /home/lamy/.local/lib/python3.10/site-packages (from calplot) (1.24.2) Requirement already satisfied: pandas>=1 in /home/lamy/.local/lib/python3.10/site-packages (from calplot) (2.0.0) Requirement already satisfied: pytz>=2020.1 in /home/lamy/.local/lib/python3.10/site-packages (from pandas>=1->calplot) (2023.3) Requirement already satisfied: python-dateutil>=2.8.2 in… Read More Module installed using pip, but not found in python
Advertisements I would like to structure my code so that an experienced Rust developer would not be confused when attempting to join my project. Currently, I have a directory hierarchy that looks like this: main.rs types/ -types_pt1.rs -types_pt2.rs -re_exporter.rs And re_exporter.rs looks like this: pub mod types_pt1; pub mod types_pt2; Finally, main.rs looks like this:… Read More What is the naming convention for a re-exporter?
To generate a random number with a specific number of digits in Python, you can use the following code:… Read More Python : generate a random number with a specific number of digits
Advertisements I am very new to this react stuff. I tried to add styling to my navbar component from module CSS file but it is showing me an error where style can only have objects, not strings. Below is my code for react component. I have first imported the file : import styles from ‘./Components/Navbar.module.css’… Read More Navbar.module.css usage
Advertisements I am trying to decompose my program on python. I have read a lot of information and other answers about how import works, but still cant understand how exactly. I want to use my module Graph.Graph2D for implementation in InteractiveGraph2D. Before importing it, I add path to this module. But it tells NameError: name… Read More Python; Cant import module from other directory