Python & httpd.conf settings

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Python & httpd.conf settings

Assuming I have the following entry in my httpd.conf file

<Directory /usr/local/www/apache22/data>
AddHandler python-program .py
PythonDebug On
am I allowed to set a reference to another python script such as in the httpd.conf file, or can their only be one reference to a .py file?
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