Interactive loop with InteractiveInterpreter
Tim Gahnström /Bladerman
tim at bladerman.com
Fri Apr 4 21:14:46 CEST 2003
"Michael Chermside" <mcherm at mcherm.com> wrote
> > If I am about to send a for statement or a while statement to the
> > interpreter I skip that line and set up my own loop with the parameters
> > the the loopline and then feed each line to the interpreter several
> > handling the looping myself.
> If ALL you have to handle is the code:
> for i in list:
> print i
> Then I think you can probably "set up your own loop". But I hope you
> realize that this doesn't generalize very well. If you had this:
Hmm, yes you are right ofcourse, it actually scales lousy.
> Fortunately, are correct that looking at debugging hooks is the
> way to go for what I _think_ you want. (I think you want an interactive
> display that stops after each "line" of code, right?) Whether or
> not that's done via debuggermodule, I'm not sure, but if you explore
> the docs a little and still have questions, I'm sure others here can
> answer them.
I will have a good look at them, they seem to be much more what I want. I
will probalby post a few questions here :-)
Thanks a lot for your effort!
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