Martin v. Löwis
martin at v.loewis.de
Tue Jan 7 21:23:25 CET 2003
"Fredrik Lundh" <fredrik at pythonware.com> writes:
> > > there's no way that piece of code can give that error message,
> > > as long as ">>>" is an ordinary Python 2.x interpreter prompt, and
> > > you haven't been hacking around in the site configuration files...
> > You get that error in IDLE.
> does IDLE's prompt really qualify as "an ordinary interpreter prompt"
> if it doesn't behave properly?
No. It is actually that the tutorial is in error here. You cannot put
non-ASCII characters into Unicode literals in interactive mode, and
still expect correct interpretation of your code (in the sense that
the Unicode literal contains the characters you have typed).
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