From: Manuel Graune on 7 Apr 2010 13:15 Hello Johan, thanks to you (and everyone else who answered) for your effort. Johan Grönqvist <johan.gronqvist(a)gmail.com> writes: > Manuel Graune skrev: >> Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes: >> >> Just as an additional example, let's assume I'd want to add the area of >> to circles. >> [...] >> which can be explained to anyone who knows >> basic math and is not at all interested in >> python. >> > > Third attempt. The markup now includes tagging of different parts of > the code, and printing parts of the source based on a tag. > after playing around for a while, this is what I finally ended up with: 8<8< source 8< #! /usr/bin/python ## Show # List of all imports: from __future__ import with_statement, print_function from math import pi as PI import sys ## class Source_Printer(object): def __init__(self): self.is_printing= False with open(sys.argv[0]) as file: self.lines=(line for line in file.readlines()) for line in self.lines: if line.startswith("print_source"): break elif line == "##\n": self.is_printing= False elif line.startswith("## Show"): print("\n") self.is_printing= True elif self.is_printing: print(line,end="") def __call__(self): for line in self.lines: if line == "##\n" or line.startswith("print_source"): if self.is_printing: self.is_printing= False break else: self.is_printing= False elif line.startswith("## Show"): print("\n") self.is_printing= True elif self.is_printing: print(line, end="") print_source= Source_Printer() ## Show #Calculation of first Area: d1= 3.0 A1= d1**2 * PI / 4.0 ## print_source() print ("Area of Circle 1:\t", A1) ## Show #Calculation of second area: d2= 5.0 A2= d2**2 * PI / 4.0 ## # This is a comment that won't be printed print_source() print ("Area of Circle 2:\t", A2) # This is another one Sum_Of_Areas= A1 + A2 print ("Sum of areas:\t", Sum_Of_Areas) 8<8< result: 8< # List of all imports: from __future__ import with_statement, print_function from math import pi as PI import sys #Calculation of first Area: d1= 3.0 A1= d1**2 * PI / 4.0 Area of Circle 1: 7.06858347058 #Calculation of second area: d2= 5.0 A2= d2**2 * PI / 4.0 Area of Circle 2: 19.6349540849 Sum of areas: 26.7035375555 8<8< result: 8< Regards, Manuel  A hundred men did the rational thing. The sum of those rational choices was called panic. Neal Stephenson  System of the world http://www.graune.org/GnuPG_pubkey.asc Key fingerprint = 1E44 9CBD DEE4 9E07 5E0A 5828 5476 7E92 2DB4 3C99
From: Manuel Graune on 7 Apr 2010 15:06 Hello Johan, thanks to you (and everyone else who answered) for your effort. Johan Grönqvist <johan.gronqvist(a)gmail.com> writes: > Manuel Graune skrev: >> Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes: >> >> Just as an additional example, let's assume I'd want to add the area of >> to circles. >> [...] >> which can be explained to anyone who knows >> basic math and is not at all interested in >> python. >> > > Third attempt. The markup now includes tagging of different parts of > the code, and printing parts of the source based on a tag. > after playing around for a while, this is what I finally ended up with: 8<8< source 8< #! /usr/bin/python ## Show # List of all imports: from __future__ import with_statement, print_function from math import pi as PI import sys ## class Source_Printer(object): def __init__(self): self.is_printing= False with open(sys.argv[0]) as file: self.lines= iter(file.readlines()) for line in self.lines: if line.startswith("print_source"): break elif line == "##\n": self.is_printing= False elif line.startswith("## Show"): print("\n") self.is_printing= True elif self.is_printing: print(line,end="") def __call__(self): for line in self.lines: if line == "##\n" or line.startswith("print_source"): if self.is_printing: self.is_printing= False break else: self.is_printing= False elif line.startswith("## Show"): print("\n") self.is_printing= True elif self.is_printing: print(line, end="") print_source= Source_Printer() ## Show #Calculation of first Area: d1= 3.0 A1= d1**2 * PI / 4.0 ## print_source() print ("Area of Circle 1:\t", A1) ## Show #Calculation of second area: d2= 5.0 A2= d2**2 * PI / 4.0 ## # This is a comment that won't be printed print_source() print ("Area of Circle 2:\t", A2) # This is another one Sum_Of_Areas= A1 + A2 print ("Sum of areas:\t", Sum_Of_Areas) 8<8< result: 8< # List of all imports: from __future__ import with_statement, print_function from math import pi as PI import sys #Calculation of first Area: d1= 3.0 A1= d1**2 * PI / 4.0 Area of Circle 1: 7.06858347058 #Calculation of second area: d2= 5.0 A2= d2**2 * PI / 4.0 Area of Circle 2: 19.6349540849 Sum of areas: 26.7035375555 8<8< result: 8< Regards, Manuel  A hundred men did the rational thing. The sum of those rational choices was called panic. Neal Stephenson  System of the world http://www.graune.org/GnuPG_pubkey.asc Key fingerprint = 1E44 9CBD DEE4 9E07 5E0A 5828 5476 7E92 2DB4 3C99
From: Michael Torrie on 7 Apr 2010 17:53 On 04/06/2010 12:40 PM, Manuel Graune wrote: > Hello everyone, > > I am looking for ways to use a python file as a substitute for simple > pen and paper calculations. At the moment I mainly use a combination > of triplequoted strings, exec and print (Yes, I know it's not exactly > elegant). This isn't quite along the lines that this thread is going, but it seems to me that a program like "reinteract" is about what I want to replace a pen and paper with a pythonbased thing. Last time I used it, it was buggy, but if this concept was developed, it would totally rock: http://fishsoup.net/software/reinteract/
From: Giacomo Boffi on 8 Apr 2010 16:38 Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes: > Hello everyone, > > I am looking for ways to use a python file as a substitute for simple > pen and paper calculations. search("embedded calc mode") if manuel in emacs_fellows_set or sys.exit(1)
From: Manuel Graune on 8 Apr 2010 16:54 Giacomo Boffi <giacomo.boffi(a)polimi.it> writes: > Manuel Graune <manuel.graune(a)koeln.de> writes: > >> Hello everyone, >> >> I am looking for ways to use a python file as a substitute for simple >> pen and paper calculations. > > search("embedded calc mode") if manuel in emacs_fellows_set or sys.exit(1) Well, the subject does say python and not elisp, but I'm a vimuser anyways. *duckandrun*  A hundred men did the rational thing. The sum of those rational choices was called panic. Neal Stephenson  System of the world http://www.graune.org/GnuPG_pubkey.asc Key fingerprint = 1E44 9CBD DEE4 9E07 5E0A 5828 5476 7E92 2DB4 3C99
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