Asked By – RacecaR
How can you have a function or something that will be executed before your program quits? I have a script that will be constantly running in the background, and I need it to save some data to a file before it exits. Is there a standard way of doing this?
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For example, if I wanted to print a message when my application was terminating:
import atexit def exit_handler(): print 'My application is ending!' atexit.register(exit_handler)
Just be aware that this works great for normal termination of the script, but it won’t get called in all cases (e.g. fatal internal errors).
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