Is there a
goto or any equivalent in Python to be able to jump to a specific line of code?
No, Python does not support labels and goto, if that is what you"re after. It"s a (highly) structured programming language.
I recently wrote a function decorator that enables
goto in Python, just like that:
from goto import with_goto @with_goto def range(start, stop): i = start result =  label .begin if i == stop: goto .end result.append(i) i += 1 goto .begin label .end return result
I"m not sure why one would like to do something like that though. That said, I"m not too serious about it. But I"d like to point out that this kind of meta programming is actual possible in Python, at least in CPython and PyPy, and not only by misusing the debugger API as that other guy did. You have to mess with the bytecode though.
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