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Python Modules


Modules are used to divide the code into the smaller parts. In this you can group the similar data which makes the program easier to understand the code. Module is a file which contains function, variables etc. Modules are processed with two new statements and one important built-in function which are:

  • import – Lets a client obtain a module as a whole.
  • from – Permits clients to fetch particular names from a module
  • reload – Gives a way to reload a code of module without stopping Python

There are some reasons so we use module that are –

  • Code reuse
  • System namespace partitioning
  • Implementing shared services or data


Importing a Module:

To import a module import keyword is used.


import <file_name1,file_name2….file_namen>


def intellipaat():

print “Hello intellipaat”

save this file as

import hello



Hello intellipaat


  • form…import is used to import particular attribute from a module.


from  module_name import atr1,atr2,...atrn


  • To import whole module use following syntax


from module_name import *


Built in Modules

Function Description
ceil(n) Returns the next integer number of the given number
sqrt(n) Returns the Square root of the given number.
exp(n) Returns the natural logarithm e raised to the given number
floor(n) Returns the previous integer number of the given number.
log(n,baseto) Returns the natural logarithm of the number.
pow(baseto, exp) Returns baseto raised to the exp power.
sin(n) Returns sine of the given radian.
cos(n) Returns cosine of the given radian.
tan(n) Returns tangent of the given radian.
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