Evaluating Python code without any preparsing#
- class sage.misc.python.Python#
Bases:
object
Allows for evaluating a chunk of code without any preparsing.
- eval(x, globals, locals=None)#
Evaluate x with given globals; locals is completely ignored.
This is specifically meant for evaluating code blocks with
%python
in the notebook.INPUT:
x
– a stringglobals
– a dictionarylocals
– completely IGNORED
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.misc.python import Python sage: python = Python() sage: python.eval('2+2', globals()) 4 ''
Any variables that are set during evaluation of the block will propagate to the globals dictionary.
sage: python.eval('a=5\nb=7\na+b', globals()) 12 '' sage: b 7
The
locals
variable is ignored – it is there only for completeness. It is ignored since otherwise the following will not work:sage: python.eval("def foo():\n return 'foo'\nprint(foo())\ndef mumble():\n print('mumble {}'.format(foo()))\nmumble()", globals()) foo mumble foo '' sage: mumble <function mumble at ...>