Python Global Scope
A variable created in the main body of the Python code is a global variable and belongs to the global scope.
Global variables are available from within any scope, global and local.
A variable created outside of a function is global and can be used by anyone:
If you operate with the same variable name inside and outside of a function, Python will treat them as two separate variables, one available in the global scope (outside the function) and one available in the local scope (inside the function):
The function will print the local
then the code will print the global
x = 200