how would one convert this to python?

var unlockedState = 1000;
var lockedState = 2200;

var motorPin = 14;
var buttonPin = 4
var ledPin = 17

var blynkToken = 'blynk_token_here';

// *** Start code *** //

var locked = true

//Setup servo
var Gpio = require('pigpio').Gpio,
  motor = new Gpio(motorPin, {mode: Gpio.OUTPUT}),
  button = new Gpio(buttonPin, {
    mode: Gpio.INPUT,
    pullUpDown: Gpio.PUD_DOWN,
    edge: Gpio.FALLING_EDGE
  }),
  led = new Gpio(ledPin, {mode: Gpio.OUTPUT});

//Setup blynk
var Blynk = require('blynk-library');
var blynk = new Blynk.Blynk(blynkToken);
var v0 = new blynk.VirtualPin(0);

console.log("locking door")
lockDoor()

button.on('interrupt', function (level) {
    console.log("level: " + level + " locked: " + locked)
    if (level == 0) {
        if (locked) {
            unlockDoor()
        } else {
            lockDoor()
        }
    }
});

v0.on('write', function(param) {
    console.log('V0:', param);
    if (param[0] === '0') { //unlocked
        unlockDoor()
    } else if (param[0] === '1') { //locked
        lockDoor()
    } else {
        blynk.notify("Door lock button was pressed with unknown parameter");
    }
});

blynk.on('connect', function() { console.log("Blynk ready."); });
blynk.on('disconnect', function() { console.log("DISCONNECT"); });

function lockDoor() {
    motor.servoWrite(lockedState);
    led.digitalWrite(1);
    locked = true

    //notify
    blynk.notify("Door has been locked!");

    //After 1.5 seconds, the door lock servo turns off to avoid stall current
    setTimeout(function(){motor.servoWrite(0)}, 1500)
}

function unlockDoor() {
    motor.servoWrite(unlockedState);
    led.digitalWrite(0);
    locked = false

    //notify
    blynk.notify("Door has been unlocked!"); 

    //After 1.5 seconds, the door lock servo turns off to avoid stall current
    setTimeout(function(){motor.servoWrite(0)}, 1500)
}

@Dani and others. One of my clients manufactures door operators which are controlled with an single board computer with motor controls. The motor is sometimes called a servo by some. The blynk part sounds familiar as in some product name.

To the OP, this is work done by folk that spend a lot of time learning their craft. To convert this, read Jim's reply and seek out the documentation for the products and find your design spec.

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