Regarding this post How to include python script inside a bash script , I get used to work with python HereDoc. However, I want to include that python HereDoc inside a for loop, and so, it needs to be idented but it does not seem to be recognized by Visual Studio starting in blue color from the first HereDoc. Also python is blank because it is not written yet, but I wanna know if it is possible to call for a HereDoc inside a Bash Shell Loop.
datarange=$(LC_ALL="POSIX" seq -f %.15g 0.5 0.25 5.5 | sed '/\./!s/$/.0/') for i in $datarange do cp -r MovableFiles/mode-1 D$i cp -r MovableFiles/mode-4 D$i echo -n CWD:; /bin/pwd cd $PBS_O_WORKDIR echo -n CWD:; /bin/pwd cd D$i cd mode-1 echo -n CWD:; /bin/pwd # changes input files for mode-1 python3 - << HERE HERE cd mode-4 echo -n CWD:; /bin/pwd # changes input files for mode-4 python3 - << HERE HERE done
What I want to do is a loop over the input files on "MovableFiles", moving them to directories D$i and changing a specific line on the fly (regarding the $i number), but I tend to do the text-change in Python3 so that's why I need a HereDoc or any other way to use Python3 inside a loop.