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Passing command to the called script [closed]

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Using Python 3.10.6 trying to pass an argument to a command line opened via, I’ve tried toggling shell=True/False, as well as passing the second argument with the input variable, no luck. here is the relevant code: [‘cmd’, ‘echo hello’] Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.19044.1889] (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersoakneDesktopDiscordBots> So it seems to recognize both the arguments, its

Strip positional information from subprocess std out

I am running a subprocess in python, capturing the std output: The command in question uses positional characters to update the number of packets sent, but in the resultant output, eg results.stdout, I see all of the updates. Ideally, I only want to save the final output, eg Not every one of the 194 interim lines. Is there a way