Clean Up Visual Clutter
00:00 And maybe you can also remove the ellipsis in line 23,
although it might be a hint to a helper that there will be more in this
main() function, but I think for now it’s like let’s keep it as dense as possible.
So before we now go into the
load_model() function and clean up a little bit there, I’m also thinking that line 20,
# Assume this as a flask API endpoint, might be good information if it has to do with the question, but at this point, we don’t really care if it’s a Flask project or not.
00:33 So this comment doesn’t add to the question itself. So I would propose to also remove this comment here. Makes sense, yeah. So we’re still cleaning up visual clutter here.
00:45 Let’s get rid of the ellipsis here too.
And we’re still fitting everything on one screen. That’s nice. Okay. Now the
main() function is a lot smaller. We only have a call to the
load_model() function in here, and then just a
print() statement that tells us that it’s done.
Okay. So now that we cleaned up the
main() function, before we go deeper into the
load_model() function, let’s recap for a moment.
The code that we’re having right now, we’re having code that works, which is a good first step, but still,
load_model() is pretty loaded. And in the next lesson, we will take care of
load_model() to also get it into a dense state that really gets to the point of what your actual question is.
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