Congratulations! You now know how to create Python
Here’s what you covered:
Knowing the value of the
__name__variable is important to write code that serves the dual purpose of executable script and importable module.
__name__takes on different values depending on how you executed your Python file.
__name__will be equal to:
"__main__"when the file is executed from the command line or with
python -m(to execute a package’s
- The name of the module, if the module is being imported
- Python programmers have developed a set of best practices to use when you want to develop reusable code.
Now you’re ready to go write some awesome Python
main() function code!
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