Python3 - How do I import a class from another file
> Not really. The resulting global objects do not normally take enough
> space to worry about on normal modern desktops.
For some reason I still aim to keep my (running) programs as small as
possible - even though the ammount of memory has grown more than a
thousandfold since I started programming. Old habits die hard.
> Standard for in-file test is
Any reason to put the testcode in a procedure instead of just have it
directly follow the "if __name__ == '__main__' " test ?
> The PEP 8 convention (except for basic builtin data structures like int,
> str, list, tuple, set, and dict) is TitleCase.
> Follow or not as you wish.
:-) If I ever want/need to share my code with others (or post here as part
of a question) it is a good idea to conform to certain standards to keep it
easily readable. It will take some getting acustomed to though, as every
language seems to have its own way to do it (I myself prefer single prefix
chars to indicate the variables intended type).