Also geeky fun to try to recognize what constants like 4294967295 correspond to -- it's all over the place!
And lots of literal char* strings encoded as integer sequences:
>>> s = [111,98,106,101,99,116,46,95,95,102,111,114,109,97,116,95,95,32,119,105,116,104,32,97,32,110,111,110,45,101,109,112,116,121,32,102,111,114,109,97,116,32,115,116,114,105,110,103,32,105,115,32,100,101,112,114,101,99,97,116,101,100,0]
'object.__format__ with a non-empty format string is deprecated\x00'
Edit: from a quick look it seems pyjamas will not give you a python REPL, I am not sure. But nevertheless this looks very interesting
I started doing a python to lua compiler, and did hit that wall very fast.
I can select the section of code but not actually edit it. It's just plain, unadorned text in a regular div.
But pressing Execute does nothing anyway, apart from a page refresh.
Long answer, it can run some parts of it if you join them (e.g., separating tokens, counting probabilities, some tagging and even some more advanced stuff). You cannot however, run everything (for exemple, modules and functions depending on NumPy) and must deal with how to import/export data.