How to use do_back method in ATX

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...154 profile_cmd.cmdloop()155 except Terminator:156 pass157 if profile_cmd.unregistered:158 return self.do_back(arg)159160 def do_setup(self, arg):161 try:162 setup_cmd = SetupShell()163 setup_cmd.cmdloop()164 except Terminator:165 pass166 167 def do_track(self, arg):168 try:169 track_cmd = TrackShell()170 track_cmd.cmdloop()171 except Terminator:172 pass173174 def do_back(self, arg):175 bye()176 return True177178179class ProfileShell(cmd.Cmd):180 prompt = "----------- APP PROFILE MENU -----------\nCOMMANDS:\n$password\n$update\n$caregiver\n$upgrade\n$unregister\n> "181 unregistered = False182183 def do_password(self, arg):184 new_password = input("New Password: ")185186 res = UserSystem.reset_password(new_password)187 if res:188 print("Success")189 else:190 print("Reset operation failed.")191 192 def do_update(self, arg):193 new_email = input("New Email: ")194 new_name = input("New Name: ")195196 UserSystem.reset_email(new_email)197 UserSystem.reset_name(new_name)198 print("Success")199 200 def do_unregister(self, arg):201 UserSystem.delete_current_user()202 print("Success")203 self.unregistered = True204 bye()205 return True206207 def do_caregiver(self, arg):208 email = input("Caregiver's email: ")209210 def do_upgrade(self, arg):211 print("TBD")212213 def do_back(self, arg):214 bye()215 return True216217# Setup menu to check stats or go back.218class SetupShell(cmd.Cmd):219 prompt = "----------- APP SETUP MENU -----------\nCOMMANDS:\n$stats\n$back\n> "220221 def do_stats(self, arg):222 try:223 stats_cmd = StatsShell()224 stats_cmd.cmdloop()225 except Terminator:226 pass227228229 def do_back(self, arg):230 bye()231 return True232233# User will be able to add stats, schedule, and go back. 234class StatsShell(cmd.Cmd):235 prompt = "----------- APP STATS MENU -----------\nCOMMANDS:\n$add\n$schedule\n$back\n> "236 237 def do_add(self, arg):238 tokens = arg.split(";")239240 if len(tokens) != 3:241 print("Error: arguments mismatch (3 required)")242 else:243 data_types = tokens[2].split(":")244 if " " in tokens[0]:245 print("Error: space found in first argument.")246 elif len(data_types) % 2 == 1:247 print("Error: Data types pair mismatch.")248 else:249 stat_types.append(tokens[0])250 print("Success")251252 def do_schedule(self, arg):253 tokens = arg.split()254 if len(tokens) != 3:255 print("Error: arguments mismatch (3 required)")256 elif tokens[1] != "UMTWRFS" or tokens[2] not in ['am', 'pm']:257 print("Usage: schedule [NAME] UMTWRFS [am/pm]")258 else:259 print("Success")260261 def do_back(self, arg):262 bye()263 return True264265# User is able to list, record, see report and go back.266class TrackShell(cmd.Cmd):267 prompt = "----------- APP TRACK MENU -----------\nCOMMANDS:\n$list\n$record\n$report\n$back\n> "268269 records = []270271 def do_list(self, arg):272 print("\n".join(stat_types))273274 def do_record(self, arg):275 self.records.append(arg)276 print("records appended")277278 def do_report(self, arg):279 print("showing records")280 print("\n".join(self.records))281282 def do_back(self, arg):283 bye()284 return True285286def parse(arg):287 'Convert a series of zero or more numbers to an argument tuple'288 return tuple(map(int, arg.split()))289290if __name__ == '__main__': ...

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...44 f = GT(Plus(r, Real(1)), Plus(s, Real(1)))45 term = msat.converter.convert(f)46 res = msat.converter.back(term)47 self.assertFalse(f == res)48 def do_back(self, solver_name, z3_string_buffer=False):49 for formula, _, _, logic in get_example_formulae():50 if logic.quantifier_free:51 if logic.theory.custom_type and z3_string_buffer:52 # Printing of declare-sort from Z3 is not conformant53 # with the SMT-LIB. We might consider extending our54 # parser.55 continue56 try:57 s = Solver(name=solver_name, logic=logic)58 term = s.converter.convert(formula)59 if solver_name == "z3":60 if z3_string_buffer:61 res = s.converter.back_via_smtlib(term)62 else:63 res = s.converter.back(term)64 else:65 res = s.converter.back(term)66 self.assertValid(Iff(formula, res), logic=logic,67 solver_name=solver_name)68 except NoSolverAvailableError:69 pass70 @skipIfSolverNotAvailable("msat")71 def test_msat_back_formulae(self):72 self.do_back("msat")73 @skipIfSolverNotAvailable("z3")74 def test_z3_back_formulae(self):75 self.do_back("z3", z3_string_buffer=False)76 self.do_back("z3", z3_string_buffer=True)77if __name__ == '__main__':...

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