: : I forgot about a pure python way of doing the same thing:
: : raw_input('Press ENTER to continue...\n')
: Is this okay python programming, or just a simple way to get around? This is like using fgetc(stdin) in C/C++ to pause, which doesn't really make sense but is simply used for such. But of course, it doesn't make sense because its C/C++, but in python, I'd expect such stuff to not be considered bad programming...
As far as I know it's not considered bad form.
$ select * from users where clue > 0
no rows returned