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Do we have "define" in python like we have in C/C++?

Hello every body. Is there DEFINE command in Python like C/C++?

13th Apr 2017, 6:44 PM
Ctrl_Alt_Del
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No @DRAGONGAMING def in python is used for functions. #define in c++ is used for creating global variables or macros. In python you can access global variables normally like any other variable, but while defining use the keyword global. Eg 1: def myFunc(): Var = "locally defined" # Defined only in local context print Var #prints locally defined myFunc() print Var #gives error Eg2 : def myFunc(): global Var # Defined only in global context Var = "globally defined" print Var #prints globally defined myFunc() print Var #also prints globally defined
13th Apr 2017, 7:21 PM
Shraddha
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you can use with ... as ... code.
13th Apr 2017, 9:09 PM
Ali Mohammadpour
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@ali Not really: the with statement uses a context manager, that does some setup before your code and some destruct job afterwards. So It's not really an equivalent of #define in C(++)
14th Apr 2017, 6:33 PM
Amaras A
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Crap srry ik that now
18th Apr 2017, 2:52 PM
DRAGONGAMING
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I wrote that when I didn't even know what def did
18th Apr 2017, 2:52 PM
DRAGONGAMING
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I finished Python but I'm gunna go through the course again
18th Apr 2017, 2:53 PM
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