clear memory? how?
spamspam at spam.eggs
Wed May 10 15:09:35 CEST 2006
On 2006-05-10, Grégoire Dooms <doomsAinfoDuclDacDbe at AisATandDisDOT.com> wrote:
> Ben C wrote:
>> On 2006-05-09, Ben C <spamspam at spam.eggs> wrote:
>>> def clearall():
>>> all = [var for var in globals() if "__" not in (var[:2], var[-2:])]
>>> for var in all:
>>> del globals()[var]
>>> since I think magic things always start and end with __.
>> Oops, got that wrong anyway:
>> should be:
>> all = [var for var in globals() if (var[:2], var[-2:]) != ("__", "__")]
> You can also add
> and var != "clearall"
Good point :)
I've heard of "write once run anywhere", but this is "run once".
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