Now we will look at some of the shell features that PyCrust provides. The PyCrust shell looks familiar because it displays the same information lines and uses the same prompts as the command line Python shell. Figure 4.2 displays an opening PyCrust screen.
You'll notice that the PyCrust frame, which contains a wx.SplitterWindow control, is divided into two sections: the top section looks like the regular Python shell, the bottom section contains a Notebook control that includes a variety of tabs with the default tab displaying information about the current namespace. The top section, the PyCrust shell, has several useful features, discussed in the next few sections.
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