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Module '(module)' doesn't define any object named '(name)'

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    module, name = path[:dot], path[dot + 1:]
    mod = import_module(module)

        obj = getattr(mod, name)
    except AttributeError:
        raise NameError(f"Module '{module}' doesn't define any object named '{name}'")

    return obj

def walk_modules(path):
    """Loads a module and all its submodules from the given module path and
    returns them. If *any* module throws an exception while importing, that """
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