redirect python output + extension type with own print method = FAILS
doug_bartholomew99 at yahoo.com
Sat Aug 11 10:39:10 CEST 2001
Donn Cave <donn at drizzle.com> wrote in message news:<997511725.462302 at yabetcha.sttl.drizzle.com>...
> BOTTOMLINE ANSWER: If you want to say "print xxx" and have the
> output go through your stdout - you don't really want a "print"
> method, you want a "repr" method. No I/O, just return a string
> (as in PyString_FromString().) The "print" statement does all the I/O.
You are exactly right. Thanks!
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