The interactive Python console is a good platform to explore built-in modules as well. Because Python comes equipped with two very useful functions,
dir(), you have instant access to a lot of information contained in Blender's (and Python's) modules as a lot of documentation is provided as part of the code.
For people not familiar with these functions, here are two short examples, both run from the interactive Python console. To get information on a specific object or function, type:
The information will be printed in the same console:
Help on built-in function Get in module Blender.Lamp: Lamp.Get (name = None): Return the Lamp Data with the given name, None if not ...