Need help displaying complete output in Jupyter rather than just last result set in Python

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Hi all,

I have a simple question. My requirement is that I want Jupyter to basically output all of the interactive output to the user. 

This has to be done without using print statements and not just the last recent result obtained.

How can this be done?

Check out the following example for better clarity:

x=3
x
x+1

The output I want for this particular sequence of code is as follows:

3
4

How can I go about doing this? All help appreciated!

Jan 28 in Python by Anirudh
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Hi, the solution to this is very simple.

Check out the following piece of code for some clarity:

from IPython.core.interactiveshell import InteractiveShell
InteractiveShell.ast_node_interactivity = "all"

So we are making use of the interactive shell and turning the flag to be all. This basically does what you exactly want.

Hope this helped!

answered Jan 28 by Nymeria
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