Dec 14, 2019 in Python
Q: What Does The __ Name __ Do In Python?

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Dec 14, 2019

The __name__ is a unique variable. Since Python doesn’t expose the main() function, so when its interpreter gets to run the script, it first executes the code which is at level 0 indentation.

To see whether the main() gets called, we can use the __name__ variable in an if clause compares with the value “__main__.”

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