You are familiar with Python scripts that can be executed
python <script-file>.py. Each of these files has one
import statements to re-use Python source code written by other
developers. These re-usable Python source files are referred to as
modules. They are
.py Python source files, like the scripts you have been
writing, that are stored in a location where the
import statement can find them.
There is no overtly recognizable difference between Python modules and scripts, except that developers of the former write them with the intention that their contents are imported, rather than executed by users.
In this chapter you'll learn how to turn your Python scripts into importable modules, collect those modules into packages and create Conda packages that can be easily installed by other users.
Which of the following is true about Python modules?