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Question about modules documentation

On 15/09/17 18:05, Tobiah wrote:
> On 09/15/2017 09:25 AM, Stefan Ram wrote:> Tobiah <toby at tobiah.org> writes:
>>> 	Modules can import other modules. It is customary but not
>>> 	required to place all import statements at the beginning
>>> 	of a module (or script, for that matter). The imported
>>> 	module names are placed
>> ..
>>> When it refers to 'the imported module names' it sounds as though
>>> it is referring to the top level variables and functions in the
>>> imported module.
>>     A "module name" usually is the name of a module.
>>     When someone uses "module name(s)" it does /not/ sound as
>>     if he is using it to mean "the top level variables and
>>     functions in the named module(s)".
>>     Since the preceding sentence uses the plural "import statements",
>>     the next sentence has to use the plural "module names".
> 'next sentence' is the operative piece.  I think that if the bit
> about placement was moved to the end of the paragraph the whole thing would
> be more readable and I wouldn't have stumbled on it.

If it had meant "the imported module's names" or indeed "the imported 
modules' names", I would hope it would have said so.

Rhodri James *-* Kynesim Ltd