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How do I organize my Python application code?


I'm learning Python to write a GUI application using Tkinter & Tk.
I've evaluated Eclipse and Pydev. With the help of Fabio Zadrozny I
successfully installed Eclipse and PyDev.

Now, I'm learning Eclipse and PyDev.

And my problem is that I don't have an understanding of how the code in
Python is generally organized, in case my code spans multiple files,
modules, etc. I've been using C/C++ althrough my life on Linux and
Visaul Studio, so the way their code is organized in a group of header
files, source files, etc, I'm looking for a similar way in Python way or
an approach to organize my python GUI application code?

I'll be using Eclipse and PyDev as my development tools. So, please
suggest from these tools prespective.

Thanks & regards,

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