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Challenge Task 1 of 1 Correct the import style
Challenge Task 1 of 1
Correct the import style
Alex KoumparosPython Development Techdegree Student 36,887 Points
search are not modules, they are classes that are within a module (in this case
re). So you still need to import the module. You always want to import one module per line, but you can import multiple classes from the same module on a single line. For example, if we wanted to import the classes
MyOtherClass from the module
my_module we would import them as follows:
from my_module import MyClass, MyOtherClass
In addition, you need to add a blank line after your import statements (every Python script should always end with a newline character, which means when typing the script you would add a final empty line at the end).
Hope this was clear,