Finding members of module by using dir() function

Finding members of module by using dir() function

  • Python provides inbuilt function dir() to list out all members of current module or a specified module. 
  • dir() ===>To list out all members of current module 
  • dir(moduleName)==>To list out all members of specified module 

Eg 1:

Eg 2: To display members of particular module

x=888
def add(a,b):
    print("The Sum:",a+b)

def product(a,b):
    print("The Product:",a*b)

Eg 3:
Based on our requirement we can access these properties also in our program.

Eg: test.py:

print(__builtins__  )
print(__cached__    )   
print(__doc__) 
print(__file__)  
print(__loader__)   
print(__name__)   
print(__package__)    
print(__spec__)  

Output  
<module 'builtins' (built-in)>   
None   
None   

test.py 

<_frozen_importlib_external.SourceFileLoader object at 0x00572170>   
__main__   
None   
None

 










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