How do I import other Python files?

To import a Python file, you can use the import statement. The general syntax is as follows:

import module_name

Where module_name is the name of the Python file you want to import, without the .py extension.

For example, if you have a file named in the same directory as your current script, you can import it using:

import my_module

You can also import specific functions or variables from a module using the from keyword:

from module_name import function_name

Here function_name is the specific function you want to import from module_name.

You can also use * to import all functions and variables from a module:

from module_name import *

You can also use as to give an alias to module name.

import my_module as mm