[Tutor] running & debugging in python interactive shell
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Thu Jan 15 03:18:30 CET 2009
> Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 16:44:11 -0800
> From: artie.ziff at gmail.com
> To: tutor at python.org
> Subject: [Tutor] running & debugging in python interactive shell
> I am attempting to search archives, however I thought it would be OK to
> ask while I search... thank you to those who responded to my previous
> inquiry. Your response was very helpful to me.
> My environment is embedded so I have only a python interactive shell for
> running python scripts. Does anyone know of an article that describes
> best practices for running and debugging scripts inside the python
> shell? Of course, I use import directive to run my script for first run.
> I am seeking techniques for invoking parts of script after initial
> import. I hope this makes sense to those persons reading. :)
I'd like to add to this question and expand it: can anyone point me to
a good resource on debugging *generally*? Particularly using a debugger.
I have never learned any "right" way to debug my code, just sort of read
off the errors generated and do what I can. I use Boa Constructor, which
has a built-in debugger, but I don't quite grok how best to use it (some of
that is lack of practice, some is lack of understanding), though I get the
sense that they are more-or-less the same across IDEs.
I thought maybe there is an existing tutorial somewhere on how best to
make use of a debugger.
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