Executing python script in non-interactive mode on cygwin (windows)

Fredrik Lundh fredrik at pythonware.com
Mon Jan 23 09:08:42 CET 2006


"Pankaj" wrote:

> I know perl and now i want to use python
>
> In perl, it is very simple , just
>  "perl scriptname.pl"
> will execute the script.
>
> But i think python is worse than perl
>
> It takes to interactive mode , which i don;t want to use.
>
> "python scriptname.py"
> does not execute python script
>
> It was, i don't know executing it or not.
>
> 1. I placed these contents in a file named "1.py"
> a,b=0,1
> n=5
> while n<=0:
>     print b
>     a=b
>     b=a+b
>     n=n-1
>     print n
>
> Then
>
> 2.
> on "cygwin shell in windows"
> i gave  "python 1.py"
>
> hoping that  it will exeucte and give me output, but nothing was
> printed
>
> Does python not support teh non-interactive mode of execution

> n=5
> while n<=0:

not sure about Perl, but in Python, five is not less than or equal
to zero.

maybe you meant to write:

    n=5
    while n >= 0:

?

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