Using command line args on Windows
duncan.booth at invalid.invalid
Thu Oct 6 14:43:43 CEST 2005
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>> I'm stuck on a Windows machine today and would love to fully play
>> with and test a simple python script. I want to be able to type
>> "python myscript myarg" somewhere. Is there anything out there to
>> help me?
> footnote: if you'd prefer to type "myscript myarg" instead, you might
> want to check out this tool:
or even just do:
and then "myscript myarg" will work for all scripts on your path without
compiling (if you don't set PATHEXT then "myscript.py myarg" will still
work, and tab completion means you don't generally need to type the .py for
scripts in the current directory).
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