a little help

Andres Soto soto_andres at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 5 10:26:57 EST 2012

could you be a little bit more explicit. I am a begginer and I don't understand you quite well
Andres Soto

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>Chris Angelico於 2012年1月5日星期四UTC+8上午7時29分21秒寫道:
>> On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 10:25 AM, Andres Soto <soto_... at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > My situation is the following: I am developing some code. I use the IDLE
>> > Editor to write it down. Then, I save it and import it from the command line
>> > interface, so it is already available from the prompt.
>> > Then I load (read) some data from files using that code. Let suppose that
>> > after that I make some changes in the code using again the IDLE Editor, save
>> > the program code, and…what else? The updated code is not already available
>> > from the command line interface. If I run the module, I lose the data
>> > already loaded (and it is a big amount). If I re-import it, the new code is
>> > not available
>> Re-importing modules is a bit messy. The usual way to do this sort of
>> thing would be to run the program directly from the command line, and
>> terminate it when you're done. Is there a particular reason for
>> wanting to import it that way?
>> Chris Angelico
>Thus you are developing a module in python. 
>Just use module_name_v??? in those experiments. 
>The version compatible problem is developer's job. 
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