Threads with independant IO streams
tim.one at comcast.net
Thu Mar 13 21:21:06 CET 2003
> The print statement passes the object to be printed to sys.displayhook()
> for display. You could try supplying your own displayhook function.
> The print statement does not use sys.displayhook in any Python version
> I've seen -- sys.displayhook is used by the interactive interpreter to
> display the values returned by expression-statements. So, is somebody
> spoofing the timbot, or am I in a dangerously low blood-sugar condition?
> I'd better go to dinner right now, just in case...
You're absolutely right (about dinner, too): the bot was staring at
ceval.c, and stopped at the PRINT_EXPR opcode instead of the PRINT_ITEM
opcode. The OP could indeed *try* supplying his own displayhook function,
but it wouldn't do a lick of good. I think I detect bot laughter in the
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