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Launching scripts in several terminals

Hello

I have an python scripts that write to the shell terminal

Now I need to launch several instances of the scripts with a shell for each one,

How can I perform this??
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RobertoDeAlba
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RobertoDeAlbaAuthor Commented:

Something that will help me alot is to be aware when any of the launched scripts finished,
so I can deceide if relaunche it or not regarding some conditions.


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mish33Commented:
It's not actually a Python question because use launch a Python (and any other) script _outside_ of Python,
i.e. bash> python script.py

So use bash (or whatever other environment you hace) capabilities to do so like
bash> python script1.py &
bash> python script2.py &
bash> ps
and see both scripts running simultaneously.
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RobertoDeAlbaAuthor Commented:
Mish33

I was thinking about it,


But does Is htere a way to do it under python?
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mish33Commented:
You can mimic that if you want:

import os
os.system('python script1.py &')
os.system('python script2.py &')
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