Manually import module - python

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Can I have a module that manually imports each other in python?
Jul 29 in Python by Alok
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I think the following should work:

foo.py:

from bar import bar_var
foo_var = 1

bar.py:

from foo import foo_var
bar_var = 2
answered Jul 29 by Jinu

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