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Fred Drake committed 806fd88

Work around the conversion of ">>" and "<<" to guillemets. Reported by Ping.

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File Doc/inst/inst.tex

 Under \UNIX, just type \code{python} at the shell prompt; under Windows,
 run ``Python 2.0 (interpreter)'' \XXX{right?}; under MacOS, \XXX{???}.
 Once the interpreter is started, you type Python code at the
-\samp{>>> } prompt.  For example, on my Linux system, I type the three
+\samp{>\code{>}> } prompt.  For example, on my Linux system, I type the three
 Python statements shown below, and get the output as shown, to find
 out my \filevar{prefix} and \filevar{exec-prefix}:
 

File Doc/lib/libdis.tex

 
 \begin{enumerate}
 \item the current instruction, indicated as \samp{-->},
-\item a labelled instruction, indicated with \samp{>>},
+\item a labelled instruction, indicated with \samp{>\code{>}},
 \item the address of the instruction,
 \item the operation code name,
 \item operation parameters, and