[EuroPython] How to get all the variables in a python shell

Harald Armin Massa haraldarminmassa at gmail.com
Thu May 29 08:25:21 CEST 2008


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For a start: a common variable buffer between to processes is able via
pyprocessing; but the usual thing to do for your problem is to have a
small database, store the values there and access them from both


On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 7:24 AM,  <ri at eeda.denso.co.jp> wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm currently working on a scientific computation software built in python.
> What I want to implement is a Matlab style command window <-> workspace
> interaction.
> For example, you type 'a=1' in the command window, and you see a list item
> named 'a' in the workspace.
> You double click the icon of the item, and you see its value. You can modify
> the value of the list item,
> 1 -> 100 etc,  after which if you go back to the command window and type
> 'a'  and press enter, you see that
> varable a's value has been changed to 100.
> So my question is : if you have two DOS command windows running under
> WINDOWS OS, how can you make
> them share the same internal variable buffer? Or is there any easier way to
> implemente such kind of interaction?
> I'm looking forward to your answers. Thanks in advance!
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