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+# Complex numbers
+# ---------------
+
+# This module represents complex numbers as instances of the class Complex.
+# A Complex instance z has two data attribues, z.re (the real part) and z.im
+# (the imaginary part).  In fact, z.re and z.im can have any value -- all
+# arithmetic operators work regardless of the type of z.re and z.im (as long
+# as they support numerical operations).
+#
+# The following functions exist (Complex is actually a class):
+# Complex([re [,im]) -> creates a complex number from a real and an imaginary part
+# IsComplex(z) -> true iff z is a complex number (== has .re and .im attributes)
+# Polar([r [,phi [,fullcircle]]]) ->
+#	the complex number z for which r == z.radius() and phi == z.angle(fullcircle)
+#	(r and phi default to 0)
+#
+# Complex numbers have the following methods:
+# z.abs() -> absolute value of z
+# z.radius() == z.abs()
+# z.angle([fullcircle]) -> angle from positive X axis; fullcircle gives units
+# z.phi([fullcircle]) == z.angle(fullcircle)
+#
+# These standard functions and unary operators accept complex arguments:
+# abs(z)
+# -z
+# +z
+# not z
+# repr(z) == `z`
+# str(z)
+# hash(z) -> a combination of hash(z.re) and hash(z.im) such that if z.im is zero
+#            the result equals hash(z.re)
+# Note that hex(z) and oct(z) are not defined.
+#
+# These conversions accept complex arguments only if their imaginary part is zero:
+# int(z)
+# long(z)
+# float(z)
+#
+# The following operators accept two complex numbers, or one complex number
+# and one real number (int, long or float):
+# z1 + z2
+# z1 - z2
+# z1 * z2
+# z1 / z2
+# pow(z1, z2)
+# cmp(z1, z2)
+# Note that z1 % z2 and divmod(z1, z2) are not defined,
+# nor are shift and mask operations.
+#
+# The standard module math does not support complex numbers.
+# (I suppose it would be easy to implement a cmath module.)
+#
+# Idea:
+# add a class Polar(r, phi) and mixed-mode arithmetic which
+# chooses the most appropriate type for the result:
+# Complex for +,-,cmp
+# Polar   for *,/,pow
+
+
+import types, math
+
+if not hasattr(math, 'hypot'):
+	def hypot(x, y):
+		# XXX I know there's a way to compute this without possibly causing
+		# overflow, but I can't remember what it is right now...
+		return math.sqrt(x*x + y*y)
+	math.hypot = hypot
+
+twopi = math.pi*2.0
+halfpi = math.pi/2.0
+
+def IsComplex(obj):
+	return hasattr(obj, 're') and hasattr(obj, 'im')
+
+def Polar(r = 0, phi = 0, fullcircle = twopi):
+	phi = phi * (twopi / fullcircle)
+	return Complex(math.cos(phi)*r, math.sin(phi)*r)
+
+class Complex:
+
+	def __init__(self, re=0, im=0):
+		if IsComplex(re):
+			im = im + re.im
+			re = re.re
+		if IsComplex(im):
+			re = re - im.im
+			im = im.re
+		self.re = re
+		self.im = im
+
+	def __setattr__(self, name, value):
+		if hasattr(self, name):
+			raise TypeError, "Complex numbers have set-once attributes"
+		self.__dict__[name] = value
+
+	def __repr__(self):
+		if not self.im:
+			return 'Complex(%s)' % `self.re`
+		else:
+			return 'Complex(%s, %s)' % (`self.re`, `self.im`)
+
+	def __str__(self):
+		if not self.im:
+			return `self.re`
+		else:
+			return 'Complex(%s, %s)' % (`self.re`, `self.im`)
+
+	def __coerce__(self, other):
+		if IsComplex(other):
+			return self, other
+		return self, Complex(other)	# May fail
+
+	def __cmp__(self, other):
+		return cmp(self.re, other.re) or cmp(self.im, other.im)
+
+	def __hash__(self):
+		if not self.im: return hash(self.re)
+		mod = sys.maxint + 1L
+		return int((hash(self.re) + 2L*hash(self.im) + mod) % (2L*mod) - mod)
+
+	def __neg__(self):
+		return Complex(-self.re, -self.im)
+
+	def __pos__(self):
+		return self
+
+	def __abs__(self):
+		return math.hypot(self.re, self.im)
+		##return math.sqrt(self.re*self.re + self.im*self.im)
+
+
+	def __int__(self):
+		if self.im:
+			raise ValueError, "can't convert Complex with nonzero im to int"
+		return int(self.re)
+
+	def __long__(self):
+		if self.im:
+			raise ValueError, "can't convert Complex with nonzero im to long"
+		return long(self.re)
+
+	def __float__(self):
+		if self.im:
+			raise ValueError, "can't convert Complex with nonzero im to float"
+		return float(self.re)
+
+	def __nonzero__(self):
+		return not (self.re == self.im == 0)
+
+	abs = radius = __abs__
+
+	def angle(self, fullcircle = twopi):
+		return (fullcircle/twopi) * ((halfpi - math.atan2(self.re, self.im)) % twopi)
+
+	phi = angle
+
+	def __add__(self, other):
+		return Complex(self.re + other.re, self.im + other.im)
+
+	__radd__ = __add__
+
+	def __sub__(self, other):
+		return Complex(self.re - other.re, self.im - other.im)
+
+	def __rsub__(self, other):
+		return Complex(other.re - self.re, other.im - self.im)
+
+	def __mul__(self, other):
+		return Complex(self.re*other.re - self.im*other.im,
+		               self.re*other.im + self.im*other.re)
+
+	__rmul__ = __mul__
+
+	def __div__(self, other):
+		# Deviating from the general principle of not forcing re or im
+		# to be floats, we cast to float here, otherwise division
+		# of Complex numbers with integer re and im parts would use
+		# the (truncating) integer division
+		d = float(other.re*other.re + other.im*other.im)
+		if not d: raise ZeroDivisionError, 'Complex division'
+		return Complex((self.re*other.re + self.im*other.im) / d,
+		               (self.im*other.re - self.re*other.im) / d)
+
+	def __rdiv__(self, other):
+		return other / self
+
+	def __pow__(self, n, z=None):
+		if z is not None:
+			raise TypeError, 'Complex does not support ternary pow()'
+		if IsComplex(n):
+			if n.im: raise TypeError, 'Complex to the Complex power'
+			n = n.re
+		r = pow(self.abs(), n)
+		phi = n*self.angle()
+		return Complex(math.cos(phi)*r, math.sin(phi)*r)
+	
+	def __rpow__(self, base):
+		return pow(base, self)
+
+
+# Everything below this point is part of the test suite
+
+def checkop(expr, a, b, value, fuzz = 1e-6):
+	import sys
+	print '       ', a, 'and', b,
+	try:
+		result = eval(expr)
+	except:
+		result = sys.exc_type
+	print '->', result
+	if (type(result) == type('') or type(value) == type('')):
+		ok = result == value
+	else:
+		ok = abs(result - value) <= fuzz
+	if not ok:
+		print '!!\t!!\t!! should be', value, 'diff', abs(result - value)
+
+
+def test():
+	testsuite = {
+		'a+b': [
+			(1, 10, 11),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), Complex(1,10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), 1, Complex(1,10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), Complex(1), Complex(1,10)),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), Complex(1,10)),
+		],
+		'a-b': [
+			(1, 10, -9),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), Complex(1,-10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), 1, Complex(-1,10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), Complex(1), Complex(-1,10)),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), Complex(1,-10)),
+		],
+		'a*b': [
+			(1, 10, 10),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), Complex(0, 10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), 1, Complex(0,10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), Complex(1), Complex(0,10)),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), Complex(0,10)),
+		],
+		'a/b': [
+			(1., 10, 0.1),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), Complex(0, -0.1)),
+			(Complex(0, 10), 1, Complex(0, 10)),
+			(Complex(0, 10), Complex(1), Complex(0, 10)),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), Complex(0, -0.1)),
+		],
+		'pow(a,b)': [
+			(1, 10, 1),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), 'TypeError'),
+			(Complex(0,10), 1, Complex(0,10)),
+			(Complex(0,10), Complex(1), Complex(0,10)),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), 'TypeError'),
+			(2, Complex(4,0), 16),
+		],
+		'cmp(a,b)': [
+			(1, 10, -1),
+			(1, Complex(0,10), 1),
+			(Complex(0,10), 1, -1),
+			(Complex(0,10), Complex(1), -1),
+			(Complex(1), Complex(0,10), 1),
+		],
+	}
+	exprs = testsuite.keys()
+	exprs.sort()
+	for expr in exprs:
+		print expr + ':'
+		t = (expr,)
+		for item in testsuite[expr]:
+			apply(checkop, t+item)
+	
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+	test()
+#!/usr/local/bin/python
+#
+# A class for wrapping the WWW Forms Common Gateway Interface (CGI) 
+# Michael McLay, NIST  mclay@eeel.nist.gov  6/14/94
+# 
+# modified by Steve Majewski <sdm7g@Virginia.EDU> 12/5/94 
+#
+
+# Several classes to parse the name/value pairs that are passed to 
+# a server's CGI by GET, POST or PUT methods by a WWW FORM. This 
+# module is based on Mike McLay's original cgi.py after discussing
+# changes with him and others on the comp.lang.python newsgroup, and
+# at the NIST Python workshop. 
+#
+# The rationale for changes was:
+#    The original FormContent class was almost, but not quite like
+#    a dictionary object. Besides adding some extra access methods,
+#    it had a values() method with different arguments and semantics
+#    from the standard values() method of a mapping object. Also, 
+#    it provided several different access methods that may be necessary
+#    or useful, but made it a little more confusing to figure out how
+#    to use. Also, we wanted to make the most typical cases the simplest
+#    and most convenient access methods. ( Most form fields just return
+#    a single value, and in practice, a lot of code was just assuming
+#    a single value and ignoring all others. On the other hand, the 
+#    protocol allows multiple values to be returned. 
+#
+#  The new base class (FormContentDict) is just like a dictionary.
+#  In fact, if you just want a dictionary, all of the stuff that was
+#  in __init__ has been extracted into a cgi.parse() function that will
+#  return the "raw" dictionary, but having a class allows you to customize 
+#  it further. 
+#   Mike McLay's original FormContent class is reimplemented as a 
+#  subclass of FormContentDict.
+#   There are two additional sub-classes, but I'm not yet too sure 
+#  whether they are what I want. 
+# 
+
+import string,regsub,sys,os,urllib
+# since os.environ may often be used in cgi code, we name it in this module.
+from os import environ
+
+
+def parse():
+	if environ['REQUEST_METHOD'] == 'POST':
+		qs = sys.stdin.read(string.atoi(environ['CONTENT_LENGTH']))
+		environ['QUERY_STRING'] = qs
+	else:
+		qs = environ['QUERY_STRING']
+	name_value_pairs = string.splitfields(qs, '&')
+	dict = {}
+	for name_value in name_value_pairs:
+		nv = string.splitfields(name_value, '=')
+		if len(nv) != 2:
+			continue
+		name = nv[0]
+		value = urllib.unquote(regsub.gsub('+',' ',nv[1]))
+		if len(value):
+			if dict.has_key (name):
+				dict[name].append(value)
+			else:
+				dict[name] = [value]
+	return dict
+
+
+
+# The FormContent constructor creates a dictionary from the name/value pairs
+# passed through the CGI interface.
+
+
+#
+#  form['key'] 
+#  form.__getitem__('key') 
+#  form.has_key('key')
+#  form.keys()
+#  form.values()
+#  form.items()
+#  form.dict
+
+class FormContentDict:
+	def __init__( self ):
+		self.dict = parse()
+		self.query_string = environ['QUERY_STRING']
+	def __getitem__(self,key):
+		return self.dict[key]
+	def keys(self):
+		return self.dict.keys()
+	def has_key(self, key):
+		return self.dict.has_key(key)
+	def values(self):
+		return self.dict.values()
+	def items(self):
+		return self.dict.items() 
+	def __len__( self ):
+		return len(self.dict)
+
+
+# This is the "strict" single-value expecting version. 
+# IF you only expect a single value for each field, then form[key]
+# will return that single value ( the [0]-th ), and raise an 
+# IndexError if that expectation is not true. 
+# IF you expect a field to have possible multiple values, than you
+# can use form.getlist( key ) to get all of the values. 
+# values() and items() are a compromise: they return single strings
+#  where there is a single value, and lists of strings otherwise. 
+
+class SvFormContentDict(FormContentDict):
+	def __getitem__( self, key ):
+		if len( self.dict[key] ) > 1 : 
+			raise IndexError, 'expecting a single value' 
+		return self.dict[key][0]
+	def getlist( self, key ):
+		return self.dict[key]
+	def values( self ):
+		lis = []
+		for each in self.dict.values() : 
+			if len( each ) == 1 : 
+				lis.append( each[0] )
+			else: lis.append( each )
+		return lis
+	def items( self ):
+		lis = []
+		for key,value in self.dict.items():
+			if len(value) == 1 :
+				lis.append( (key,value[0]) )
+			else:	lis.append( (key,value) )
+		return lis
+
+
+# And this sub-class is similar to the above, but it will attempt to 
+# interpret numerical values. This is here as mostly as an example,
+# but I think the real way to handle typed-data from a form may be
+# to make an additional table driver parsing stage that has a table
+# of allowed input patterns and the output conversion types - it 
+# would signal type-errors on parse, not on access. 
+class InterpFormContentDict(SvFormContentDict):
+	def __getitem__( self, key ):
+		v = SvFormContentDict.__getitem__( self, key )
+		if v[0] in string.digits+'+-.' : 
+			try:  return  string.atoi( v ) 
+			except ValueError:
+				try:	return string.atof( v )
+				except ValueError: pass
+		return string.strip(v)
+	def values( self ):
+		lis = [] 
+		for key in self.keys():
+			try:
+				lis.append( self[key] )
+			except IndexError:
+				lis.append( self.dict[key] )
+		return lis
+	def items( self ):
+		lis = [] 
+		for key in self.keys():
+			try:
+				lis.append( (key, self[key]) )
+			except IndexError:
+				lis.append( (key, self.dict[key]) )
+		return lis
+
+
+# class FormContent parses the name/value pairs that are passed to a
+# server's CGI by GET, POST, or PUT methods by a WWW FORM. several 
+# specialized FormContent dictionary access methods have been added 
+# for convenience.
+
+# function                   return value
+#
+# form.keys()                     all keys in dictionary
+# form.has_key('key')             test keys existance
+# form[key]                       returns list associated with key
+# form.values('key')              key's list (same as form.[key])
+# form.indexed_value('key' index) nth element in key's value list
+# form.value(key)                 key's unstripped value 
+# form.length(key)                number of elements in key's list
+# form.stripped(key)              key's value with whitespace stripped
+# form.pars()                     full dictionary 
+
+
+
+class FormContent(FormContentDict):
+# This is the original FormContent semantics of values,
+# not the dictionary like semantics. 
+	def values(self,key):
+		if self.dict.has_key(key):return self.dict[key]
+		else: return None
+	def indexed_value(self,key, location):
+		if self.dict.has_key(key):
+			if len (self.dict[key]) > location:
+				return self.dict[key][location]
+			else: return None
+		else: return None
+	def value(self,key):
+		if self.dict.has_key(key):return self.dict[key][0]
+		else: return None
+	def length(self,key):
+		return len (self.dict[key])
+	def stripped(self,key):
+		if self.dict.has_key(key):return string.strip(self.dict[key][0])
+		else: return None
+	def pars(self):
+		return self.dict
+
+
+
+
+
+
+def print_environ_usage():
+	print """
+<H3>These operating system environment variables could have been 
+set:</H3> <UL>
+<LI>AUTH_TYPE
+<LI>CONTENT_LENGTH
+<LI>CONTENT_TYPE
+<LI>DATE_GMT
+<LI>DATE_LOCAL
+<LI>DOCUMENT_NAME
+<LI>DOCUMENT_ROOT
+<LI>DOCUMENT_URI
+<LI>GATEWAY_INTERFACE
+<LI>LAST_MODIFIED
+<LI>PATH
+<LI>PATH_INFO
+<LI>PATH_TRANSLATED
+<LI>QUERY_STRING
+<LI>REMOTE_ADDR
+<LI>REMOTE_HOST
+<LI>REMOTE_IDENT
+<LI>REMOTE_USER
+<LI>REQUEST_METHOD
+<LI>SCRIPT_NAME
+<LI>SERVER_NAME
+<LI>SERVER_PORT
+<LI>SERVER_PROTOCOL
+<LI>SERVER_ROOT
+<LI>SERVER_SOFTWARE
+</UL>
+"""
+
+def print_environ():
+	skeys = environ.keys()
+	skeys.sort()
+	print '<h3> The following environment variables were set by the CGI script: </H3>'
+	print '<dl>'
+	for key in skeys:
+		print '<dt>',key, '<dd>', environ[key]
+	print '</dl>' 
+
+def print_form( form ):
+	print '<h3> The following name/value pairs were entered in the form:</h3>'
+	print '<dl>'
+	skeys = form.keys()
+	skeys.sort()
+	for key in skeys:
+		print '<dt>',key, ' : <i> ',escape(`type(form[key])`),' </i>','<dd>', form[key]
+	print '</dl>'
+
+def escape( s ):
+	return regsub.gsub( '<', '&lt;', regsub.gsub( '>' , '&gt;', s ))
+
+def test( what ):
+	label = escape(str(what))
+	print 'Content-type: text/html\n\n'
+	print '<HEADER>\n<TITLE>' + label + '</TITLE>\n</HEADER>\n'
+	print '<BODY>\n' 
+	print "<H1>" + label +"</H1>\n"
+	form = what()
+	print_form( form )
+	print_environ()
+	print_environ_usage() 
+	print '</body>'
+
+if __name__ == '__main__' : 
+	test_classes = ( FormContent, FormContentDict, SvFormContentDict, InterpFormContentDict )
+	test( test_classes[0] )	# by default, test compatibility with 
+				# old version, change index to test others.
+import os
+import sys
+import string
+
+MAXFD = 100	# Max number of file descriptors (os.getdtablesize()???)
+
+def popen2(cmd):
+	cmd = string.split(cmd)
+	p2cread, p2cwrite = os.pipe()
+	c2pread, c2pwrite = os.pipe()
+	pid = os.fork()
+	if pid == 0:
+		# Child
+		os.close(0)
+		os.close(1)
+		if os.dup(p2cread) <> 0:
+			sys.stderr.write('popen2: bad read dup\n')
+		if os.dup(c2pwrite) <> 1:
+			sys.stderr.write('popen2: bad write dup\n')
+		for i in range(3, MAXFD):
+			try:
+				os.close(i)
+			except:
+				pass
+		try:
+			os.execv(cmd[0], cmd)
+		finally:
+			os._exit(1)
+		# Shouldn't come here, I guess
+		os._exit(1)
+	os.close(p2cread)
+	tochild = os.fdopen(p2cwrite, 'w')
+	os.close(c2pwrite)
+	fromchild = os.fdopen(c2pread, 'r')
+	return fromchild, tochild
+# Implement restricted execution of Python code
+
+import __builtin__
+import new
+import os
+import sys
+import types
+
+def trace(fmt, *args):
+	if 0:
+		sys.stderr.write(fmt % args + '\n')
+
+def copydict(src, dst, exceptions = [], only = None):
+	if only is None:
+		for key in src.keys():
+			if key not in exceptions:
+				dst[key] = src[key]
+	else:
+		for key in only:
+			dst[key] = src[key]
+
+def copymodule(src, dst, exceptions = [], only = None):
+	copydict(src.__dict__, dst.__dict__, exceptions, only)
+
+safe_path = ['/ufs/guido/lib/python']
+safe_modules = ['array', 'math', 'regex', 'strop', 'time']
+unsafe_builtin_names = ['open', 'reload', '__import__',
+			'eval', 'execfile', 'dir', 'vars',
+			'raw_input', 'input']
+safe_posix_names = ['error', 'fstat', 'listdir', 'lstat', 'readlink', 'stat',
+		    'times', 'uname', 'getpid', 'getppid', 'getcwd',
+		    'getuid', 'getgid', 'geteuid', 'getegid']
+
+safe_sys = new.module('sys')
+safe_sys.modules = {}
+safe_sys.modules['sys'] = safe_sys
+safe_sys.path = safe_path[:]
+safe_sys.argv = ['-']
+safe_sys.builtin_module_names = safe_modules[:] + ['posix']
+safe_sys.builtin_module_names.sort()
+safe_sys.copyright = sys.copyright
+safe_sys.version = sys.version + ' [restricted mode]'
+safe_sys.exit = sys.exit
+
+def new_module(name):
+	safe_sys.modules[name] = m = new.module(name)
+	return m
+
+safe_builtin = new_module('__builtin__')
+copymodule(__builtin__, safe_builtin, unsafe_builtin_names)
+
+safe_main = new_module('__main__')
+
+safe_posix = new_module('posix')
+import posix
+copymodule(posix, safe_posix, None, safe_posix_names)
+safe_posix.environ = {}
+copydict(posix.environ, safe_posix.environ)
+
+safe_types = new_module('types')
+copymodule(types, safe_types)
+
+def safe_import(name):
+	if safe_sys.modules.has_key(name):
+		return safe_sys.modules[name]
+	if name in safe_modules:
+		temp = {}
+		exec "import "+name in temp
+		m = new_module(name)
+		copymodule(temp[name], m)
+		return m
+	for dirname in safe_path:
+		filename = os.path.join(dirname, name + '.py')
+		try:
+			f = open(filename, 'r')
+			f.close()
+		except IOError:
+			continue
+		m = new_module(name)
+		rexecfile(filename, m.__dict__)
+		return m
+	raise ImportError, name
+safe_builtin.__import__ = safe_import
+
+def safe_open(file, mode = 'r'):
+	if type(file) != types.StringType or type(mode) != types.StringType:
+		raise TypeError, 'open argument(s) must be string(s)'
+	if mode not in ('r', 'rb'):
+		raise IOError, 'open for writing not allowed'
+	if '/' in file:
+		raise IOError, 'open pathname not allowed'
+	return open(file, mode)
+safe_builtin.open = safe_open
+
+def safe_dir(object = safe_main):
+	keys = object.__dict__.keys()
+	keys.sort()
+	return keys
+safe_builtin.dir = safe_dir
+
+def safe_vars(object = safe_main):
+	keys = safe_dir(object)
+	dict = {}
+	copydict(object.__dict__, dict, None, keys)
+	return dict
+safe_builtin.vars = safe_vars
+
+
+def exterior():
+	"""Return env of caller's caller, as triple: (name, locals, globals).
+
+	Name will be None if env is __main__, and locals will be None if same
+	as globals, ie local env is global env."""
+
+	import sys, __main__
+
+	bogus = 'bogus'			# A locally usable exception
+	try: raise bogus		# Force an exception
+	except bogus:
+		at = sys.exc_traceback.tb_frame.f_back # The external frame.
+		if at.f_back: at = at.f_back # And further, if any.
+		where, globals, locals = at.f_code, at.f_globals, at.f_locals
+		if locals == globals:	# Exterior is global?
+			locals = None
+		if where:
+			where = where.co_name
+		return (where, locals, globals)
+
+
+def rexec(str, globals = None, locals = None):
+	trace('rexec(%s, ...)', `str`)
+	if globals is None:
+		globals = locals = exterior()[2]
+	elif locals is None:
+		locals = globals
+	globals['__builtins__'] = safe_builtin.__dict__
+	safe_sys.stdout = sys.stdout
+	safe_sys.stderr = sys.stderr
+	exec str in globals, locals
+
+def rexecfile(file, globals = None, locals = None):
+	trace('rexecfile(%s, ...)', `file`)
+	if globals is None:
+		globals = locals = exterior()[2]
+	elif locals is None:
+		locals = globals
+	globals['__builtins__'] = safe_builtin.__dict__
+	safe_sys.stdout = sys.stdout
+	safe_sys.stderr = sys.stderr
+	return execfile(file, globals, locals)
+
+def reval(str, globals = None, locals = None):
+	trace('reval(%s, ...)', `str`)
+	if globals is None:
+		globals = locals = exterior()[2]
+	elif locals is None:
+		locals = globals
+	globals['__builtins__'] = safe_builtin.__dict__
+	safe_sys.stdout = sys.stdout
+	safe_sys.stderr = sys.stderr
+	return eval(str, globals, locals)
+safe_builtin.eval = reval
+
+
+def test():
+	import traceback
+	g = {}
+	while 1:
+		try:
+			s = raw_input('--> ')
+		except EOFError:
+			break
+		try:
+			try:
+				c = compile(s, '', 'eval')
+			except:
+				rexec(s, g)
+			else:
+				print reval(c, g)
+		except:
+			traceback.print_exc()
+
+if __name__ == '__main__':
+	test()