I’ve got two questions that are (admittely) well-beyond my current learning level ,but hey that’s how I roll.
Q1: I use VSCode and when I run my code it just scrolls off the top of the output widow. In addition to being nerdy, I tend a little toward CDO (OCD in the correct letter order) and want my screen clear; so, I’m force to click the ‘clear output’. I know a trick that works in the cmd terminal, but would like to have a code snippet I could plop in and do it programatically as I go through the courses. (Something like the builtin editor does when we ‘save’.)
Q2: Every so often we well get characters in the projects that are not ASCII format that include the umlauts, accents, tilde and such (UTF-8 I believe). How do I force display in the output of these various diacritics?
TIA for indulging my eccentricities so early in my learning.
I appreciate that, but I’m not looking to convert a file. I’m looking to have VSCode properly render beyond 128th character.
By example, this lesson has a small letter e with acute (é) in the painting named Vétheuil in the Fog.
I had done some searching and thought I found a solution by including # coding=UTF-8 at the beginning of the python code. Alas, that didn’t work and the character is still misrepresented with a placeholder (�).