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Grabbing stdout From Embedded Interpreter

Hello,

I have created a Python class with a Write() function which grabs
stdout from the embedded interpreter and appends onto to the text
already in a CEdit multiline control with the help of a C++ extension.
I was curious if there was a way to grab stdout via the C-API?

Thanks,
Tim
Jul 18 '05 #1
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