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The Python Standard Library

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Python exposes a lot of built-in functionality through its standard library.

The standard library is a huge collection of all sort of utilities, ranging from math utilities to debugging to creating graphical user interfaces.

You can find the full list of standard library modules here: https://docs.python.org/3/library/index.html

Some of the important modules are:

Let’s introduce how to use a module of the standard library. You already know how to use modules you create, importing from other files in the program folder.

Well that’s the same with modules provided by the standard library:

import math

math.sqrt(4) # 2.0

or

from math import sqrt

sqrt(4) # 2.0

We’ll soon explore the most important modules individually to understand what we can do with them.

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