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Dynamic Imports With __import__

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The __import__() dunder method is useful when importing modules dynamically. In other words, It can be used to import modules when you aren’t sure what needs to be imported ahead of time. This lesson will show you how to use __import__() , how to use Python strings to initialize imports as well as how dynamic imports affect scope.

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