Write a Python program to find the available built-in modules.
import sys import textwrap module_name = ', '.join(sorted(sys.builtin_module_names)) print(textwrap.fill(module_name, width=70))
_ast, _bisect, _codecs, _collections, _datetime, _elementtree, _functools, _heapq, _imp, _io, _locale, _md5, _operator, _pickle, _posixsubprocess, _random, _sha1, _sha256, _sha512, _signal, _socket, _sre, _stat, _string, _struct, _symtable, _thread, _tracemalloc, _warnings, _weakref, array, atexit, binascii, builtins, errno, faulthandler, fcntl, gc, grp, itertools, marshal, math, posix, pwd, pyexpat, select, spwd, sys, syslog, time, unicodedata, xxsubtype, zipimport, zlib
Write a Python program to find the available built-in modules
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