How do I find current module name in python?

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How do I find current module name in python?
Jul 29 in Python by Ashish
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A module can find out its own module name by looking at the predefined global variable __name__.

def main():
    print('test...')
    ...

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()
answered Jul 29 by Simran

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