Is there an option of some sort in the Dr. Python interpreter that would allow one to re-run the same output results after making adjustments to the code.
I run an example of source code and receive an output result. I make changes to the code. I now am able to run the same code (with the same output) to see how the new code affects a particular output result.
This just came to mind today while doing testing on a personal Python project. This would really save time and allow me to see reactions to adjusted code immediatly rather than hoping to come upon the same bug by running code again and again manually.
I am sure something like this exists in compilers in general, I imagine, but I have never made use of it.
Thanks for any help in advance.