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To import Flask in Python, you can use the following steps:

  1. First, make sure you have Flask installed:
  2. You can install Flask by running the command pip install flask in your terminal or command prompt.

  3. Once Flask is installed, you can import it in your Python code by adding the following line at the beginning of your script: python from flask import Flask

This line imports the Flask class from the flask module, allowing you to use Flask in your code.

  1. After importing Flask, you can create an instance of the Flask class. This instance will represent your Flask application. You can do this by adding the following code: python app = Flask(__name__)

Here, app is an instance of the Flask class, and __name__ is a special Python variable that represents the name of the current module. By passing __name__ as the argument to the Flask constructor, you are telling Flask to use the current module as the starting point for finding resources such as templates and static files.

  1. Finally, you can start defining routes and adding functionality to your Flask application. For example, you can define a route that handles requests to the root URL ("/") and returns a simple "Hello, World!" message. Here's an example: python @app.route('/') def hello(): return 'Hello, World!'

In this example, the @app.route('/') decorator is used to associate the / URL with the hello function. When a user visits the root URL of your application, Flask will call the hello function and return its result as the response.

That's it! With these steps, you should be able to import Flask and start building your web application.