pprint and ">>>"
sheu at bu.edu
Wed Sep 24 19:21:45 CEST 2003
Sometimes, it is find of nice using:
print >> my_file_object, my_variabels
than using the standard f.write.
However, it cannot be done with pprint.pprint.
I understand that i can do it by redirecting the sys.stdout, but isn't
it nice if I can do something like pprint.pprint >> my_file_object,
BTW, the syntax
print >> my_file_object, my_variables
seems a bit awkward to me.
Isn't it better if we can simply use:
print *whatever_this_is >> my _file_object
just like the way we do in unix shell?
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