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Programmatically/Dynamically import modules in Julia


Programmatically/Dynamically import modules in Julia

By : Ashish Mehra
Date : November 17 2020, 11:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you The function version of import X is require("X"), so you should be able to do:
code :
function test_mimport()
    module_files = filter(r"^mod[0-9][0-9].jl$", readdir())
    println(module_files)
    for modname in factor_files
        modn = modname[1:end-3]
        println(modn)
        require(modn)
    end
end
modules = Module[]
...
if isdefined(Main, symbol(modn))
    push!(modules, getfield(Main, symbol(modn))
else
    warn("importing $modn did not defined a module")
end
...
return modules


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Import code modules programmatically to Excel workbook

Import code modules programmatically to Excel workbook


By : Majki37
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The following code opens an Excel file and adds to it one VBA module and one VBA user form, taken from files on your disk.
So that it works, you must first switch on the "Trust Access to Visual Basic Project" setting. It can be found in Tools -> Macro -> Security, on the "Trusted Publishers" tab. (This is for Excel 2003; for 2007, it can be found in Excel Options -> Trust Center -> Trust Center Settings -> Macro Settings). You need to ensure that this setting is enabled wherever Excel is running (independently of where the Excel files you are processing are stored). (You can't change this setting programatically - that would make it a completely pointless setting).
code :
$oExcel = ObjCreate("Excel.Application")
    With $oExcel
        .Visible = 0
        .WorkBooks.Open("C:\Excel.xls")
    EndWith

    $oModules = $oExcel.ActiveWorkbook.VBProject.VBComponents
    $oModules.Import("C:\Module1.bas")
    $oModules.Import("c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\UserForm1.frm")
Is it possible to dynamically import modules?

Is it possible to dynamically import modules?


By : Cyrus Recharge
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I have many imports for angular components, and it looks like I can write a function to simplify the import. I just don't know how, but this should be simple. ,
So can this actually ever work?
Import modules and functions from a file in a specific directory in Julia 1.0

Import modules and functions from a file in a specific directory in Julia 1.0


By : wbehrens
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue In order to find Modules that are not in the standard LOAD_PATH and be able to import them, you need to update your LOAD_PATH variable for the current folder explicitly
code :
push!( LOAD_PATH, "./" )
How to import julia modules in python3

How to import julia modules in python3


By : user2968000
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue there's a python package that interfaces with julia if this helps
instructions here:
How to dynamically import modules?

How to dynamically import modules?


By : DisplayName=
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue The import instruction does not work with variable contents (as strings) (see extended explanation here), but with file names. If you want to import dynamically, you can use the importlib.import_module method:
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