I just discovered that putting a semicolon (;) at the very end of the code suppresses implicit output when running all lines. However, adding a semicolon at the end of a specific line seems to have no effect. Googling these issues lead to the magic command capture, however, it seems to be of no use: > %capture ERROR:root:Line magic function `%capture` not found (But cell magic `%%capture` exists, did you mean that instead?). > %%capture UsageError: %%capture is a cell magic, but the cell body is empty. In other words, I still feel that I do not have control of the output. If I select a block of code I'd like to suppress the output of the source code when running this particular block. I struggle to find information online about what magic commands (regarding output) are available in CDSW and how they work.
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Moving from Jupyter to CDSW I struggle to get along with the output console. Is it possible to suppress output of every single line from the source code? I find the output too verbose and would like to see the output from the print statements only. When using Matplotlib I would also like to suppress the output from plots until I do the plt.show() command. In order to suppress text output from plt.hist(...) I do _ = plt.hist(...) Is there a better way of stopping CDSW from printing in the output console?
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