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Keep in mind that sys.exit(), exit(), quit(), and os._exit(0) kill the Python interpreter. Therefore, if it appears in a script called from another script by execfile(), it stops execution of both scripts.




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In my particular case I am processing a CSV file, which I do not want the software to touch, if the software detects it is corrupted. Therefore for me it is very important to exit the whole Python script immediately after detecting the possible corruption.


No matter how great we are at programming, sometimes our scripts have errors. They may occur because of our mistakes, an unexpected user input, an erroneous server response, and for a thousand other reasons.


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Once installed, you should have access to the coffee command, which can execute scripts, compile .coffee files into .js, and provide an interactive REPL. The coffee command takes the following options:


Note that the CoffeeScript compiler does not resolve modules; writing an import or export statement in CoffeeScript will produce an import or export statement in the resulting output. Such statements can be run by all modern browsers (when the script is referenced via ) and by Node.js when the output .js files are in a folder where the nearest parent package.json file contains "type": "module". Because the runtime is evaluating the generated output, the import statements must reference the output files; so if file.coffee is output as file.js, it needs to be referenced as file.js in the import statement, with the .js extension included.


Array slice literals and array comprehensions can now both take Ruby-style ranges to specify the start and end. JavaScript variable declaration is now pushed up to the top of the scope, making all assignment statements into expressions. You can use \ to escape newlines. The coffeescript command is now called coffee.


The coffee command now includes --interactive, which launches an interactive CoffeeScript session, and --run, which directly compiles and executes a script. Both options depend on a working installation of Narwhal. The aint keyword has been replaced by isnt, which goes together a little smoother with is. Quoted strings are now allowed as identifiers within object literals: eg. "5+5": 10. All assignment operators now use a colon: +:, -:, *:, etc.


(These lines apply to both "Protect Sig at the pumping station" and "Escort Sig in Underport". Note that there is more dialogue in both missions, which are kept in their respective sections above as they are unique to those missions. Also note that some lines here are triggered by different contexts, therefore the trigger descriptions are intentionally broad.)


The trick is that you have to put & before the script path to actually run the script. Also, if you are trying to run a script from the current directory without using the full path, you will need to put ." before the relative script filename.


So if you want to go manually edit that key by hand you can, or you can simply download the registry script below and then double click the .reg file to have it update the registry key value for you (choose Yes when asked if you want to continue).


So now you can run your PowerShell scripts from File Explorer regardless of whether their path contains spaces or not :-). For those interested, this is the post that got me thinking about using the registry to fix this problem.


Great article.Please add a note regarding 32-bit PowerShell, which runs from:C:\Windows\SysWOW64\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0It could be useful for those who specifically needs the 32-bit version, e.g. when running VMware vSphere PowerCLI scripts via PowerShell.


I have the following script that will look up the computer model (based on a folder structures with computer models) and copy the executable from the folder to the script directory. Old Dell computers have a different name for the BIOS executable comparing to newer Dell computers, therefore I'm copying the name of the file from the executable.


The WWE has an NSA problem. Someone is leaking scripts from backstage at the nation's largest sports entertainment company, and it is really pissing off the company's principal owner, Stephanie McMahon. As it should. Even though wrestling's staginess is now openly celebrated, the company has to keep a fig-leaf of kayfabe over their goods, if only for the sake of mystery and history.


Reading through the script is fascinating if you've ever wondered how the hetero-flexible male soap opera is put together. For one thing, the play-by-play of the matches themselves, i.e. the wrestling, are not included in the TV script. Instead, the actual matches are denoted by a single line, "Match." And then, referring to the series of moves and maneuvers that end the match, there's "the finish."


Isn't wrestling scripted? Well, here's the interesting thing: The wrestlers themselves, along with the match's segment producer, usually a former wrestler, may plan out the rough sequence of events in advance. But only the rough sequence of events. Pro wrestlers are masters of physical improv. They don't have time to write out and rehearse every body slam, clothesline, and Irish whip. In some cases, the two wrestlers will know who's supposed to win, how long the match is supposed to take, and then plan out with their opponent the sequence of three or four moves that will make the finishing montage, ending with the pin (1-2-3), the count-out, the disqualification, or general mayhem.


What IS heavily scripted is the storyline. The wrestlers must weave into their matches the themes and angles that their characters are following. That means that matches aren't random. If it's a romance angle and there's a girl at the ringside, the wrestler has to pine at the dame during the match. The cameras have to be ready to catch the pining. The announcers have to be ready to notice it and yammer about it. And so that pine is scripted.


The next segment takes us backstage. WWE executive vice president Paul "Triple H" Levesque has a live and entirely scripted-to-the-letter encounter with two other wrestlers. "Dave, Randy, I know you still want your title opportunity against Daniel Bryan. Daniel Bryan isn't here tonight. And now we have even bigger problem on our hands. The Shield had the audacity to attack me last week..."


You can create a script within into the app, then type the lines in using the Record / Edit screen. This will allow you to create scenes, characters, dialog and stage directions. This method is suitable for relatively small scripts, but if you have a longer one then you might want to create a text file using a word processor on your device, PC or Mac, then import that instead.


You can create a script within the app, then just record your lines using the Record / Edit screen. You can always add some of the text later if you want to. To make it easier you'll probably want to create the characters first, so you know who each line is for


Script Rehearser can import many common script formats straight from a PDF file. The importer will automatically detect the format of many screenplays and stageplays. It will then create the characters and lines in the app.


A fallback method if a PDF contains the actual text but won't import is to open it in another app on a PC/Mac and 'Save As' Text. The text file could then be reformatted and loaded using the Text Importer (see below), although depending on the script quite a lot of reformatting may be needed.


A Rehearser file is a special type of file that you can create from within the app, with a name ending in ".rhr".You can create one from the Script Library screen by selecting a script and choosing Export Script from the menu.In addition to the script itself a Rehearser file contains each character's settings and any voice recordings that have been made. This file can only be edited within the app, not on a word processor, but it can be shared with someone or kept as a backup.To import a Rehearser file just use the File Chooser screen to navigate to the folder it is in, and select it.


After creating your script, use the Record / Edit screen to record the lines.Any lines that you don't record will be played back using the voice synthesiser that came with your device. The quality of these synthesisers varies, and is not under the control of Script Rehearser. This is intended as a fallback if you don't record your lines, you probably don't want to rehearse your script like this. Any lines that you record will be played back using that recording and not the synthesiser. It's OK to record some lines and not others - if a line is not recorded then it will default to using the synthesised voice.Using the Record / Edit screenTo begin recording, just press the character's Record button at the bottom of the screen.A Volume control appears at the top of the screen, and you can use this to change the volume of the recording.To stop recording, press the Stop button.Alternatively, to stop recording one line and immediately start recording the next, press another character's Record button.You can choose which characters have Record buttons by tapping the star symbol on the Character List screen.For more information on using the Record / Edit screen, see the Screens section of this web site.


Rehearse your script using the Learn Script screen. The lines will be spoken using the voice synthesiser that came with your device, or using the recordings you have made on the Record / Edit screen.Touch a line to start playing, or use the Play button. You can skip forward to your next cue (the line before your next line) or to the next scene.For more information on using the Learn Script screen, see the Screens section of this web site. 041b061a72


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