How to eval some code with in python
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Sun Sep 10 00:51:22 CEST 2000
"Sindh" <skodela at my-deja.com> wrote in message
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> How do you eval some python code during execution.
You _eval_ (an expression) with eval, or _exec_ (statements)
with exec. The former gives you a result, the latter doesn't
(exec is a statement, while eval is a builtin function).
> class a:
> segmenta="print 3"
> segmentb='print "ok"'
> segmentc='raise SystemExit'
> ... etc
Note that these various segmenta, etc, are all statements.
> then from python
> Obviously it isn't working since it says 'syntax error'.
and it should work.
> Any idea what I'm doing wrong!
In Python, statements and expressions are very different
beasts. You have to know which kind you're dealing with.
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