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Is this way of handling a module correct?

I made a module to manage the menus of an lcd display.

The number of options is quite large so I plan to use this file as a module to import into a file that integrates other issues.

And my question goes this way. For example, when I select to log in to a page in the menu, what I do in the menu is put a variable that when entering that option becomes true.

So in the main file I have something like:

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  1. import menus
  3. ShowMenu = menus.displayMenu(initial_menu)
  4. ShowMenu.start()
  6. while 1:
  7.     if ShowMenu.login == True:
  8.         makesomething
  9.         ShowMenu.login = False
  10.     if.... etc.
This is well? I mean, interact in this way with the other module? have a variable in the menus module that help me organize the main flow?
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