In Python, a scope is a block of code in which an object is still relevant. Each and every python object has its own scope of operation. Although namespaces are used to uniquely identify all objects within a programme, they also have a scope specified for them, which allows you to utilize their objects without any prefix. It specifies a variable’s accessibility and lifespan.
Take a look at the scope that was generated at the moment of code execution:
The local objects contained in the current function are referred to as a local scope.
The items that are available throughout the execution of the code are referred to as global scope.
The global objects associated with the current module in the programme are referred to as module-level scope.
An outermost scope refers to all of the program’s accessible built-in names.