Fix Python – How do I call setattr() on the current module?

What do I pass as the first parameter “object” to the function setattr(object, name, value), to set variables on the current module?
For example:
setattr(object, “SOME_CONSTANT”, 42);

giving the same effect as:

within the module containing these lines (with the correct object).
I’m generate several values at the module level d….

Fix Python – Can I use to define global variables?

I want to define a constant that should be available in all of the submodules of a package. I’ve thought that the best place would be in in the file of the root package. But I don’t know how to do this. Suppose I have a few subpackages and each with several modules. How can I access that variable from these modules?
Of course, if this ….

Fix Python – Why isn’t the ‘global’ keyword needed to access a global variable?

From my understanding, Python has a separate namespace for functions, so if I want to use a global variable in a function, I should probably use global.
However, I was able to access a global variable even without global:
>>> sub = [‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’, ‘0’]
>>> def getJoin():
… return ‘.’.join(sub)

>>> getJoin()

Am I missing anythi….

Fix Python – Python function global variables?

I know I should avoid using global variables in the first place due to confusion like this, but if I were to use them, is the following a valid way to go about using them? (I am trying to call the global copy of a variable created in a separate function.)
x = “somevalue”

def func_A ():
global x
# Do things to x
return x

def func_B():