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A.Avinash_Goutham

i was wondering what's the difference between a module and a script........ module is a script ... and script is a collection of modules but script implements a specific task ...so it can be considerd as a module? i am talking about python

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    or is it like c | python program | script function | module

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    I think a module is more a collection of related functions. Very comparable to a library in C.

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