On 3/1/2023 1:26 PM, Mats Wichmann wrote: > On 2/27/23 17:51, Arslan Mehmood wrote:
>> How I can remove python terminl, its again and again open during
>> working in python. Please help me to resolve this issue.
>> Python 3.11.1 (tags/v3.11.1:a7a450f, Dec 6 2022, 19:58:39) [MSC
>> v.1934 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
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> We have no idea what you think the "issue" is. Perhaps if you attempted
> a bit more of an explanation? You're working with Python, and the
> Python interpreter appears. On the surface, that doesn't seem horribly
Let me spell it out more clearly. I do not know what you mean by
"remove python terminal", "again and again open", or "during working
It would be more helpful if you said what you did, what happened when
you did it, and what messages you noticed during all this.
"I opened a Windows console. I started a Python interpreter session by
typing "py" in the console (or "I started an ipython session", or
whatever you actually did). I tried to end the session by pressing the
<CTRL-C> keys but the session did not end. When I pressed <CTRL-C>, I
saw a message that said
If this is what actually happened, this particular behavior occurs
because Python on Windows in a console terminates with a <CTRL-D>
instead of the usual <CTRL-C>.
So please say clearly what you did and what happened. Then you may be
able to get some help.
We understand that you may not know the terminology that would be the
most helpful because you are not familiar with it yet. But please try
to say clearly what you did and what happened.