Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Fri Jun 15 12:19:37 CEST 2007
> of having to keep track of a separate dictionary file. I am new to
> this, but I thought that this would be a regular thing to do in
> python, because people must make classes in the interactive console
> and then export them somehow for later use.
No. That's not how things work. One does dabble with the interpreter a
bit, sometimes even creating a tiny class.
But except from the occasional expression tested in the interpreter,
it's not common to use that code and save it.
Write python-files from the start. Then either execute them
or if you insist, do
>>> import myfile
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