What are modules in python?

  • Modules in Python are simple files including the “.py” suffix that comprises Python code that may be transferred into another Python program.

  • In simple words, a module is just like a code library or a folder containing a group of functions that you wish to be included in your program.

  • Modules allow us to group similar functions, classes, or code blocks in the same file. As a result, when building larger Python code blocks for projects and initiatives in Data Science, it is regarded best practice to separate the huge Python code blocks into modules comprising approximately 300–400 lines of code.