[Tutor] Two questions on MS-DOS
Sat, 13 Jan 2001 23:44:22 +0900
I think it would be cleaner to wrap the python script in a DOS batch. You
can use the pause command in the batch file, without touching the Python.
I believe your other question was answered already. And I just learned that
answer as well.
These opinions are my own.
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> Subject: Re: [Tutor] Two questions on MS-DOS
> Sez Fabrizio:
> > 1 - How can I keep my DOS shell from closing automatically upon
> the end of a
> > Python scipt ? (It does not give time to read the parser exceptions and
> > errors messages !)
> Oh, I wish I knew... The best I've come up with is either run the program
> from a DOS window you've opened "manually", or put a line like
> raw_input("Press enter...")
> at the end of your program. Both are bad, but I don't know a better way.
> > 2 - How can I keep the DOS shell from opening up upon the start
> of a Python
> > script ? (I need this when using TKInter, and I do not want to
> see the DOS
> > window under TKInter's).
> Rename the file with a .pyw extension. .pyw's use pythonw.exe to launch,
> which is the same as python.exe but without the DOS window.
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