How to dynamically load a module in Python

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I am a beginner in python. Can anyone explain How to dynamically load a module in Python?

Jun 26, 2020 in Python by Gitika
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Hi,

Dynamic loading is where we do not load a module until we need it. This is slow but lets us utilize the memory more efficiently. In Python, you can use the importlib module for this:

import importlib

module = importlib.import_module('my_package.my_module')
answered Jun 26, 2020 by Roshni
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