Fix Python – Python naming conventions for modules

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Asked By – Ram Rachum

I have a module whose purpose is to define a class called “nib”. (and a few related classes too.) How should I call the module itself? “nib”? “nibmodule”? Anything else?

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Answer

Just nib. Name the class Nib, with a capital N. For more on naming conventions and other style advice, see PEP 8, the Python style guide.

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