Well, all you'd need in a Python errorchecker like that, is to (a) make it
mandatory for the programmer "declare" member variables, then (b) parse the code
and print a warning if you use an undeclared variable. (There are other kinds of
programming errors too, of course.) Maybe such a thing exists?

On Tue, Mar 14, 2006 at 03:59:41PM +0800, Hugh Perkins wrote:
> I guess there is one other thing I like about C# compared with using Python,
> which is that once you've compiled it you know you're not going to wait for
> the application to load, start trying some command, and Boom! you mistyped a
> variable name, and the program dies...  Is there some way to force Python to
> compile everything right at the start?

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