Predictive Hacks

A shebang line #!/usr/bin/python3

In many .py files we may see the shebang line on the top of the script. Its purpose is to define the location of the interpreter. By adding the line #!/usr/bin/python3 on the top of the script, we can run the on a Unix system and automatically will understand that this is a python script. Alternative, you could run the script as python3

For example assume the is:


print("Hello shebang line")

And we can run on Unix as:

$ ./

Notice that you could have used #!/usr/bin/env python3

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