[Python] new to python...
Mar 27, 2002 at 7:54 pm
Im running Linux and I would like to run a filename.py file..how do I
go about running this program? through the command line ? I have
version 1.5.2 and I do not have the control to upgrade it. thanks
: "wilby31" wrote in message news:mailman.1017259391.21846.python-list at python.org... Either: 1: python filename.py arg1 arg2 ... or 2: make sure your Python file begins with #!/usr/bin.env python then % chmod +x filename.py % filename.py arg1 arg2 ... regards Steve
Sean 'Shaleh' Perry
: make sure the first line of the file looks like: #!/usr/bin/python (the path may be different) then you do 'chmod +x filename.py'. Now you can run it by typing './filename.py' or '/path/to/filename.py'.
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