Executing a command from within python using the subprocess module
R (Chandra) Chandrasekhar
chyavana at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 17:11:36 CET 2010
Peter Otten wrote:
> import subprocess
> def convert(width=5, height=30, colors=['#abcdef', '#456789'],
> filename="tmp/image with space in its name.png"):
> lookup = locals()
> assert all("\n" not in str(s) for s in lookup.values())
One other question I forgot to ask is this why is there a terminal
Removing the backslash makes the function fail.
I wonder why, because """ is supposed to allow multi-line strings. I am
sorry if this sounds obtuse but that backslash baffles me.
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