sysconfig — Provide access to Python’s configuration information
sys — System-specific parameters and functions
This module provides access to some variables used or maintained by the interpreter and to functions that interact strongly with the interpreter. It is always available.
builtins — Built-in objects
This module provides direct access to all ‘built-in’ identifiers of Python; for example,
builtins.open is the full name for the built-in function
Built-in Functions and
Built-in Constants for documentation.
__main__ — Top-level script environment
'__main__' is the name of the scope in which top-level code executes. A module’s __name__ is set equal to
'__main__' when read from standard input, a script, or from an interactive prompt.
warnings — Warning control
dataclasses — Data Classes
contextlib — Utilities for with-statement contexts
abc — Abstract Base Classes
atexit — Exit handlers
module defines functions to register and unregister cleanup functions. Functions thus registered are automatically executed upon normal interpreter termination.
runs these functions in the reverse order in which they were registered; if you register
C, at interpreter termination time they will be run in the order
traceback — Print or retrieve a stack traceback
gc — Garbage Collector interface
This module provides an interface to the optional garbage collector. It provides the ability to disable the collector, tune the collection frequency, and set debugging options. It also provides access to unreachable objects that the collector found but cannot free. Since the collector supplements the reference counting already used in Python, you can disable the collector if you are sure your program does not create reference cycles. Automatic collection can be disabled by calling
gc.disable(). To debug a leaking program call
gc.set_debug(gc.DEBUG_LEAK). Notice that this includes
gc.DEBUG_SAVEALL, causing garbage-collected objects to be saved in gc.garbage for inspection.
site — Site-specific configuration hook
inspect — Inspect live objects
__future__ — Future statement definitions