Asked By – Chris Gow
I have a Python module installed on my system and I’d like to be able to see what functions/classes/methods are available in it.
I want to call the
help function on each one. In Ruby I can do something like
ClassName.methods to get a list of all the methods available on that class. Is there something similar in Python?
e.g. something like:
from somemodule import foo print(foo.methods) # or whatever is the correct method to call
Now we will see solution for issue: How to list all functions in a module?
from inspect import getmembers, isfunction from somemodule import foo print(getmembers(foo, isfunction))
Also see the
pydoc module, the
help() function in the interactive interpreter and the
pydoc command-line tool which generates the documentation you are after. You can just give them the class you wish to see the documentation of. They can also generate, for instance, HTML output and write it to disk.