redirecting Stdin

Erik Max Francis max at alcyone.com
Wed Dec 3 12:34:20 CET 2003


Jon Arter wrote:

> after redirection   sys.stdin = file('newinput')

This isn't after redirection, it causes it.

> line=sys.stdin:readline()
> exec line

This contains at least two errors:  You meant a period instead of a
colon, and the exec statement makes no sense.

> This results in a parsing error when the file reading reaches the
>  def detectip():
> sentence .
> You can execute the command line as long as it is a single line
> command
> 
> How to Get arround this ?

Since you're not showing precisely the code that's executing and
precisely the error you're getting, I can't even understand what you're
talking about.

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