Clearing the screen
ishwor.gurung at gmail.com
Sun Dec 26 02:42:15 CET 2004
On Sat, 25 Dec 2004 16:34:26 -0800, Scott David Daniels
<Scott.Daniels at acm.org> wrote:
> Nick Coghlan wrote:
> > Jeff Epler wrote:
> >> I don't know about idle, but the "real" python supports the
> >> PYTHONSTARTUP environment variable.
> > I just tried it - IDLE ignores PYTHONSTARTUP, as does PythonWin (I just
> > started using PYTHONSTARTUP to switch the standard prompt from '>>>' to
> > "Py>').
> > I believe PYTHONSTARTUP is handled by CPython's main function before it
> > gets to the interactive interpreter.
> > Cheers,
> > Nick.
> From the Fine Manual:
> Command line usage
> idle.py [-c command] [-d] [-e] [-s] [-t title] [arg] ...
> -c command run this command
> -d enable debugger
> -e edit mode; arguments are files to be edited
> -s run $IDLESTARTUP or $PYTHONSTARTUP first
> -t title set title of shell window
> On Windows, it is likely to be idle.pyw. So, add a -s to the command
> line used in the shortcut to start Idle.
okay since i couldn't find .pythonrc in my computer. what i did in the
idle.bat which starts idle.pyw is added the '-r' switch which
basically runs the script from the file -
rem Working IDLE bat for Windows - uses start instead of absolute pathname
start idle.pyw -s -r "C:\Python24\file\Pyfiles\clear.py" %1 %2 %3 %4
%5 %6 %7 %8 %9
and it works fine but i have to do
instead of just plain
but i'll walk with that. ;-)
I hope this will be clear as i gradually read the text. It has to do
something with the
Thanks everyone. ;-)
> --Scott David Daniels
> Scott.Daniels at Acm.Org
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