|This is an April Fools' Day version of Python. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.|
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A python is a giant snake which likes to swallow up innocent animals, including Scratch Cat and his friends.
They're on a run now.
The giant python likes reading text off your screen and doing what it says. Hey! Wait. What if it reads this page?
class Python(Snake): # This is you python guy. def __init__(self): try: self.stopEatingPeople() self.slitherOffACliffAndGETREKT() if alive: self.slither.io() self.mass(0) # That should do it! Unless... except (KeyboardInterrupt,SyntaxError): raise RuntimeError('Oopsies! Mr. Snake died mid-program! :)') pass def __str__(self): return __init__(self)
If you can't wait for the giant python to read this page, take this additional code:
me = Python("Python") exec(me)
Name it main.py, copy it onto a USB stick and inject it into the python or just let it eat it.
It should suffer a SyntaxError and die mid-program! :)