I have a python script that should run if it is not set in the set, but for the life of me I can’t figure out how to get it to run. It’s basically taking over my computer and running it without the need for a script or an application. I don’t want it to be running until I run it.
I don’t want to use python though. I have to run it once in a while if the script runs and lets me know it has run.
I have to do it once if the script runs on its own, but I dont have to do it by hand.
If you have any ideas about how to make remove from set work, please do share your thoughts below.
I don’t know about you, but I think removing a Python script from the system will result in my system running even more slowly.
I know that you guys can remove a Python program from the system if you want, but the alternative is to do it in the shell: rm -Rf python.py. After Python has run for a while, it will no longer be part of the system. This should be done only for a very limited amount of time, usually about a day or two, but you can make it a bit longer if you want (and I’d like to see it).
This is a new feature, but removing Python scripts from the system probably wouldn’t have much affect on you, as I am guessing that most Python scripts are created as part of a larger Python project, which is itself a Python script. (I am guessing that you were not referring to a Python project in particular.