eryk sun wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 5:12 AM, Veek M <vek.m1...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2. Blank lines in my code within the editor are perfectly acceptable
>> for readability but they act as a block termination on cmd line.
> You can write a simple paste() function. For example:
> import sys
> paste = lambda: exec(sys.stdin.read(), globals())
> >>> paste()
> class Foo:
> """test class"""
> def spam(self):
> '''test method'''
> return 'eggs'
> >>> Foo().spam()
> In a Unix terminal and IDLE, stdin.read() is terminated by typing
> Ctrl+D at the start of an empty line. For the Windows console, it's
> Ctrl+Z, Enter. Actually in a Unix terminal the cursor can also be at
> the end of a line, but a bug in Python requires pressing Ctrl+D twice
> in that case.
ah! very clever and many thanks! so, you use .pythonrc.py to
store/define your cmd-line shortcuts.
It doesn't work in python2.x, because exec is a stmt, so, def paste(