I am in the interactive mode of the python 3 interpreter.
I have created some variables of different data types. after some time I want to see a list of all variables that I have created. this can be done by using 'dir()'.
but the 'dir()' builtin function will print not just the variables that I have created, but also the special python builtin variables:
['annotations', 'builtins', 'doc', 'loader', 'name', 'package', 'spec']
of course this is and could be very helpful in many cases, but for a beginner it's a little bit irritating.
so, how could I print just and only my variables?