I have written a code to find the max free id in Python. However, when I try to print the max value, it returns Memory Error. Additionally, I cannot stay at the interpreter with
python -i test.py as it will return a lot of Memory Error warnings and exit.
Here is the code I have written: (There are many Error Handlings as I want to skip the Memory Error)
wtf = lambda x:lambda t: x+t # To create the free local functions a =  # To store the functions try: for _ in range(int("0xFFFFFFFF", 16)): # Maximum of id 0xFFFFFFFF try: a.append(wtf(_)) except: break except: pass # Used to split the array to avoid the Memory Error length = len(a) n = 10000 every = int(length/n) diff = length - n*every ids =  try: for i in range(n): try: abc = a[i*every:(i+1)*every-1] except: abc = a[i*every:(i+1)*every-1+diff] try: for _ in abc: try: ids.append(id(_)) except: pass except: pass except: pass # Split the array to get the maxes maxs =  try: for i in range(n): try: abc = ids[i*every:(i+1)*every-1] except: abc = ids[i*every:(i+1)*every-1+diff] maxs.append(max(abc)) except: pass print(hex(max(maxs))) # Should plus 3 as there are 3 variables totally defined before wtf functions
I have tried to split the arrays, but it didn't work. How could I do to get the result (i.e.
max(ids))? It returns Memory Error now.
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