Is there a log file that tracks every statement that is being executed when a program is running?
You can use the trace module for that:
Personally I tend to put print statement at strategic places instead, I
find that easier to analyse than a full trace but YMMV.
Le dim. 25 oct. 2020 ? 01:25, Steve <Gronicus at sga.ninja> a ?crit :
> This would seriously help troubleshooting for me. I updated a data file
> now my main program is choking on it. When the program encounters an
> it dumps a bit of information to the screen for a few steps before the
> but that is not enough.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Python-list <python-list-bounces+gronicus=sga.ninja at python.org> On
> Behalf Of shrimp_banana
> Sent: Saturday, October 17, 2020 9:47 PM
> To: python-list at python.org
> Subject: Re: File Name issue
> On 10/17/20 4:12 PM, Steve wrote:
> > The line:
> > with open("HOURLYLOG.txt", 'r') as infile:
> > works but, when I rename the file, the line:
> > with open("HOURLY-LOG.txt", 'r') as infile:
> > does not. The complaint is: Cannot Assign to operator > > However, I
> > BPM_O2s=open("BPM-O2-Readings.txt","a")
> > And it works.
> > At first, I thought the issue was due to having the - in the filename.
> > Is there a fix or explanation for this?
> > Steve
> I am unsure if this will help but you could try putting an r in front of
> quotes to make it take raw data only.
> with open(r"HOURLY-LOG.txt", 'r') as infile