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  • 1.  Python Scripting

    Posted 01-07-2014 21:50
    Create Date: Apr 26 2013 5:52PM

    I was told at one point that EXOS version 15 and higher would allow you to script in the python programming language.
    Is that true and if so how can I access the interpreter?

    Thanks in advance! (from bw447)

  • 2.  RE: Python Scripting

    Posted 04-04-2014 09:40
    yes... its true.

  • 3.  RE: Python Scripting

    Posted 04-20-2021 07:41


    here some basic info to start with python on EXOS:

  • 4.  RE: Python Scripting

    Posted 09-03-2021 08:18

    Should I start from the very basics or I should refer to something else as I can code in C & C++

  • 5.  RE: Python Scripting

    Posted 09-14-2021 04:37

    A Python script, the file containing the commands, structured to be executed like a program. These files are designed to contain various functions and import various modules. Python interactive shell or the respective command line is used to execute the script, to perform a specific task. 

    The main difference between both is scripting languages don't require any compilation and are directly interpreted. The compiled codes execute faster than the interpreted codes as they are changed in to a native machine program. ... For example, the following is a script: #!/usr/bin/python.