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how to get the path of a module (myself) ?

Stef Mientki
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I've pictures stored in a path relative to my python source code.
To get a picture, I need to know what path I'm on in each python module.
I thought __file__ would do the job,
but apparently I didn't read the documentation carefully enough,
because file is the path to the module that called my module.

Any ways to get the path of "myself" ?

Stef Mientki
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