find a .py path

Gabriel Genellina gagsl-py at
Sun Jan 7 20:07:56 CET 2007

On 5 ene, 13:33, Laszlo Nagy <gand... at> wrote:

> Be aware with this. It is different when you do
> /usr/bin/python
> and
> ./
> In the first case, sys.argv[0] will be /usr/bin/python!

No, sys.argv[0] is always the running script, and sys.argv[1] the first
argument after the script, and so on. It doesn't matter if you call
python implicitely, or with other options. Try this:
/usr/bin/python -i -u -O

Gabriel Genellina

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