[Tutor] what is it mean--- File "<stdin>", line 1

sihong lin linsihong2003 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 21 01:58:58 CET 2011


 I just write a simplest file test.py with only one line--print "hello", when I run it in command line:
>>> python test.py

the follow message comes out:

File "<stdin>" , line 1
 python test

SyntaxError: invalid syntax

but, the file can run in shell, also in the command line, I put

>>> print "hello"

output is fine, "Hello"


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