I have 4 .py files along with __init__.py in a folder.
I want to create a file which would act as a menu and load classes from the files in that folder.
I have that file outside the folder.
The contents of that file:
from files import * print "CPU Scheduling Algorithm Simulation\n" print "Which Algorithm do you want to run? " print "1.FCFS\n2.SJF\n3.Priority Scheduling\n4.Round Robin Scheduling\n" choice=input() if choice==1: fc=FCFS() fc elif choice==3: pr=Priori pr elif choice==2: import sjf #as this file does not have a class elif choice==4: ro=RRobin() ro else: print "Wrong choice" raw_input()
So the folder structure is like this:
each .py files mentioned above has all the code and functions inside single class(which I am instantiating in the CPUSh.py file)
So how do I make it in such a way that when I enter a particular choice the corresponding file executes?