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Python: function inclusion problem

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I defined function Fatalln in "mydef.py" and it works fine if I call it from "mydef.py", but when I try to call it from "test.py" in the same folder:

import mydef
...
Fatalln "my test"

i have NameError: name 'Fatalln' is not defined, I also tried include('mydef.py') with the same result...
What is the right syntax?

posted Feb 10, 2015 by Sidharth

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2 Answers

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Preferred:

import mydef
mydef.Fatalln("my test")

Also acceptable:

from mydef import Fatalln
Fatalln("my test")
answer Feb 11, 2015 by Tarun Singhal
+1 vote

Try

 import mydef
 mydef.Fatalin("my test")

or

 from mydef import Fatalin
 Fatalin("my test")
answer Feb 11, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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