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Python Object-Oriented Python Advanced Objects Controlling Conversion

When you import a class what is the numstring you import NumString from?

I am just curious as to why there is an extra step and you do not just import the class

1 Answer

Timothy Mattingly
Timothy Mattingly
14,919 Points

numstring is the file name where the class NumString is located. He's basically telling the console where to find it.