stop exeuction and give my a prompt
mwh at python.net
Wed Apr 2 17:54:01 CEST 2003
David Bear <david.bear at asu.edu> writes:
> I would like to have the ability to insert a statement in my code that would
> stop program execution at that point and give me a python prompt. I don't
> know what to call this.
> What I would like to do is to stop program execution and inspect the state
> of certain dictionaries --- I don't want to insert a bunch of print
> statements and watch output fly of the screen. I'd also like to be able to
> fiddle with these dictionaries when my program stops.
> Any pointers?
Look at the documentation for the standard library module 'code'.
You have run into the classic Dmachine problem: your machine has
become occupied by a malevolent spirit. Replacing hardware or
software will not fix this - you need an exorcist.
-- Tim Bradshaw, comp.lang.lisp
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