How to Close All Functions in Visual Studio Code with Python?

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To close all functions in Visual Studio Code with Python, you can use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + Shift + P” to open the command palette and search for the command “Python: Show Python Interactive”. This will open the Python Interactive window in Visual Studio Code.

In the Python Interactive window, you can use the %reset command to reset the namespace and clear all defined variables and functions. Note that this will clear everything in the namespace, not just the functions, so use with caution.

Here’s an example of how to use %reset:

def foo():
    print("Hello, world!")

def bar():
    print("Goodbye, world!")

%reset -f

After running this code in the Python Interactive window, the foo() and bar() functions will be removed from the namespace, effectively closing them.

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