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In Python 2.6; how can I see line by line the execution of the code I have typed? When I run a module and I don't get a syntax error message and I see the prompt sign; why won't the program execute?

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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That would be using the debugger. Most programmers rarely use a debugger. Instead they print or log a few key values and work from there.
Exactly what I was going to say throw a print statement in at key events.
That is what I usually do as well - use print statements liberally during your debug phase when writing new code. you can comment them out later or delete them completely.

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The module probably is running, but if it doesn't have any output, it won't output anything. The computer will only do exactly what you tell it to, not what you want it to!

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