anonymous
  • anonymous
I have imported 'from math import *' and tried to run x = math.e print x (indented properly) but it says error name 'math' is not defined. Using function from Python Standard Library http://docs.python.org/library/math.html
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
try "import math" instead of "from math import *"
vaboro
  • vaboro
if "import math" is used instead of "from math import *" the functions of the math module will have to be called as methods of the math class (excuse me if I accidentally misuse terminology... I'm just reading "how to think like a computer scientist" and try to apply the concepts I learned in the book), for example, instead of writing sqrt() one would have to write math.sqrt() and so on...

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