Set_up: I have a .py file for each function I need to use in a program.
In this program, I need to call the function from the external files.
from file.py import function(a,b)
But I get the error:
ImportError: No module named 'file.py'; file is not a package
How do I fix this problem?
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~ Asked on 2013-12-01 06:34:10
There isn't any need to add
file.py while importing. Just write
from file import function, and then call the function using
function(a, b). The reason why this may not work, is because
file is one of Python's core modules, so I suggest you change the name of your file.
Note that if you're trying to import functions from
a.py to a file called
b.py, you will need to make sure that
b.py are in the same directory.
~ Answered on 2013-12-01 06:36:16
First of all you do not need a
If you have a file
a.py and inside you have some functions:
def b(): # Something return 1 def c(): # Something return 2
And you want to import them in
z.py you have to write
from a import b, c
~ Answered on 2013-12-01 06:37:14