[EuroPython] How to get all the variables in a python shell
ri at eeda.denso.co.jp
ri at eeda.denso.co.jp
Thu May 29 08:35:30 CEST 2008
Sorry for posting in a wrong place and thank you for your invitation. I would like to join the EuroPython conference
if I was in Europe at that time.
And thank your very very much for your answer to my question. A small database might be THE solution. I'll try.
From: Harald Armin Massa [mailto:haraldarminmassa at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 3:25 PM
To: 黎 新懿
Cc: europython at python.org
Subject: Re: [EuroPython] How to get all the variables in a python shell
thank you very much for your interest in Python. This list is for the discussion of the EuroPython conference, Monday 7th July - Saturday 12th July at the Reval Hotel Lietuva , Vilnius, Lithuania.
You are heartly invited to come there, we are quite sure there are lots of people there able to help.
If you need earlier progress, please move your question to comp.lang.python, the Usenet group / mailinglist to discuss this kind of things. Conveniently available via gmane or google news.
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 programms.
On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 7:24 AM, <ri at eeda.denso.co.jp> wrote:
> 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
> I'm looking forward to your answers. Thanks in advance!
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