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Accessing classes written in a separate file in Python

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If the class we would like to use is written in a different file, then we first need to import using the file name. The file name should be lower case (don’t complain, this is the standard).

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When the class we want to use is in the file:

firebase_id_generator.py

We can import class FirebaseIDGenerator using:

from firebase_id_generator.py import FirebaseIDGenerator
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