On 5/21/14 8:46 AM, Chris Angelico wrote:
# from 1 import app as application # Doesn't work with a numeric name
application = __import__("1").app
Is there a way to tell Python that, syntactically, this thing that
looks like a number is really a name? Or am I just being dumb?
(Don't hold back on that last question. "Yes" is a perfectly
acceptable answer. But please explain which of the several
possibilities is the way I'm being dumb. Thanks!)
If you have a script that is self-programming (producing sequenced,
numbered scripts 1.py 2.py 3.py) then why not just prefix an alpha
character a1.py a2.py a3.py ?
Otherwise, are you just pulling our chain? :)
On the other hand, if you open IDLE and then open the 1.py module (yes,
that's a dumb name) and then click run--> run module it will import and
run... assuming 1.py contains some valid python code.
Why must you have a numbered script?
You're just pulling someone's chain, right?