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Simple calls to Python functions from command line or shortcut 
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Simple calls to Python functions from command line or shortcut 
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Simple calls to Python functions from command line or shortcut  Description
Description: This module allows one to create a command to call a Python function from the command line, and to call that function with arguments from the command line without using getopt or optparse

License: Freeware

Related: Shortcuts

O/S:Windows

Downloads: 6



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