docs/reference/repl.rst: Fix some minor errors in the REPL tutorial.

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Damien George 5 years ago
parent 993f4345c0
commit 9cef2b03a7
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@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ If your cursor is all the way back at the beginning, pressing RETURN will then
execute the code that you've entered. The following shows what you'd see
after entering a for statement (the underscore shows where the cursor winds up):
>>> for i in range(3):
>>> for i in range(30):
... _
If you then enter an if statement, an additional level of indentation will be
@ -58,9 +58,10 @@ Auto-completion
While typing a command at the REPL, if the line typed so far corresponds to
the beginning of the name of something, then pressing TAB will show
possible things that could be entered. For example type ``m`` and press TAB
and it should expand to ``machine``. Enter a dot ``.`` and press TAB again. You
should see something like:
possible things that could be entered. For example, first import the machine
module by entering ``import machine`` and pressing RETURN.
Then type ``m`` and press TAB and it should expand to ``machine``.
Enter a dot ``.`` and press TAB again. You should see something like:
>>> machine.
__name__ info unique_id reset
@ -151,7 +152,7 @@ method by which you're connected to the MicroPython board (USB-serial, or Wifi).
You can perform a soft reset from the REPL by pressing Ctrl-D, or from your python
code by executing: ::
raise SystemExit
machine.soft_reset()
For example, if you reset your MicroPython board, and you execute a dir()
command, you'd see something like this:

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