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huge help for interactive python

If you are using ipython on Windows then you will
have made sure you have Gary Bishop's readline
library as instructed in the ipython install
directions found at:

Even if you use the standard commandline tool,
installing readline makes the basic command line a
lot easier to use. (For some reason, I much
prefer it to IDLE or any of the other GUI-wrapped

I could not find a list of the keyboard commands
that readline supports, so I generated:


You can checkout the script that generates this at:
This uses Ken Seehof's Python Cookbook recipe found at:
I am sure it can be improved, but it was easy. By the
way, it generates LaTeK.

To install readline, get it at:
You will also need the ctypes library by
Thomas Heller, found at:

Jul 18 '05 #1
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