learning and experimenting python.
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Fri Dec 30 14:11:41 EST 2016
On 30/12/2016 19:08, einstein1410 at gmail.com wrote:
> LAN you are right. I am agree with you that it's easy to recognise.
> But look
> $ for normal user
> # for special user/root
> % for other shell
>>>> For python
> And so on...
> Why their developer selected that?
> Is there any special reason?
It is what it is. Change it if you don't like it. But you will only
confuse people who have lots of experience looking for ">>>" when you
post some output and ask for help.
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