After you import a function, you can give it a new name. The additional name refers to the same object at the same location as the old name, as this example shows:
<function tinyfunction at 0x61430> >>> myfunc = tinyfunction
>>> myfunc function tinyfunction at 0x61430>
Tip It's important to remember the difference between giving a new name to a function and calling a function while giving a name to the result. When you call a function, you add parentheses at the end of the function name. These examples show the difference:
>>> myfunction = tinymodule.tinyfunction # giving a new name to a function
>>> myresult = tinymodule.tinyfunction(2) # calling a function
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