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Anyone else on a Mac having trouble importing swampy? I put it in my current directory, but still can't open it. I'm not familiar with how Python calls the modules.

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Python does look in the CWD for imports. Your import statement should mention the file name without the .py. Something like: import swam This will import it, but not into the current namespace. You'd need to call a function named foo as: swam.foo() If you want to import the elements of the module into your current namespace, the your import statement becomes: from swam import * then you can just call: foo()
Thanks! I restarted the IDLE and it worked right off, so I didn't try your method. I've noticed the IDLE gets hung up from time to time.
Work with it long enough and you'll notice it changes tabs to spaces too.

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