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Evaluate and display command line expressions with ``python -me expr``

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Evaluate and display command line expressions with python -me expr For example:

$ python -me 1+1
2

Like python -c but no need for a print statement.

It allows multiple expressions:

$ python -me 1+1 2+2
2
4

As a bonus, if the first argument is a module name then it will output the location of the module source code:

$ python -me os
/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.6/lib/python2.6/os.py

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