Python modules (Python 3)

Python modules

You can import a Python module by using the import keyword. Module imports are often placed at the top of a script, but they don't have to be. E.g., sometimes you want to dynamically decide if you need to import a module, especially when that module takes up a lot of memory or other resources.

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