Error: repl process died unexpectedly

Why does the error occur: repl process died unexpectedly:
My code:

def restart_script():
    """Function to restart the script"""
    print("Restarting script...")
    # Save any data here if needed
    # Then exit
    exit()

if __name__ == "__main__":
    # Schedule to run the function every hour
    schedule.every(5).seconds.do(restart_script)

    # Keep the script running
while True:
    schedule.run_pending()
    time.sleep(1)

Here’s the problem: exit() sends a kill signal and thus ends the program at once. A small side effect is that message. Just take that out or move it to a different spot. Anytime exit() is run, it will do that. Also did you know we have a #code-help category? I moved this to #code-help:python.

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Instead exit made a condition, but now it exits and doesn’t start

def restart_script():
    """Function to restart the script"""
    print("Restarting script...")
    # Save any data here if needed

if __name__ == "__main__":
    # Set the maximum number of iterations
    max_iterations = 10
    num_iterations = 0

    # Schedule to run the function every hour
    schedule.every(5).seconds.do(restart_script)

    # Keep the script running for a maximum number of iterations
    while num_iterations < max_iterations:
        schedule.run_pending()
        time.sleep(1)
        num_iterations += 1

Please format your code to make it easier to read. Right now I’m having a hard time reading it with some of it formatted and some of it not. Also some of it is not indented which is bad in Python.

When is name defined? Is the while loop a part of the if statement? I’m not exactly sure how your code works because it’s not all formatted.

```python

YOUR CODE HERE

```

The above will format your code for you. Please use it.

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Please help me with the following:

  1. Why do we need the if statement? Now that you’re already using boolean logic in your while loop I think it’s unnecessary.
  2. Is this Repl “Always On”? If not then this code probably won’t do you any good.
  3. Do you mind providing the link to the Repl?
  1. ok, i’ll take it out
  2. I plan to include
  3. Why do you need her? I don’t want to throw away all the code.
    Code edited

Because if you share the repl we can see the code and hep better.

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“schedule” is not defined. Is that imported somewhere else in your code? This is why we like to have the link to the Repl.

import threading
import schedule
import time
from dotenv import load_dotenv

load_dotenv()

import telebot
import openai
import logging
import sqlite3
from datetime import datetime

Can you please give me a goal here? I’ve fixed some problems here but the thing can’t run forever because Python has a maximum recursion limit. If you would please tell me what your goal is and include the link to your Repl I could be of more assistance.

https://replit.com/@hmatvej49/Telegram-bot-na-osnovie-Chat-GPT#main.py
There is also an error: An error occurred: ‘messages’ is a required property

Using OpenAI is above my head. Sorry, but I cannot help you any further here.

Thank you for any help

Help me please, I do not know what to do

This looks like a script you copied from somewhere. So probably there are instructions and an explanation of what it does.
Btw it Looks like an always on process. Realise that even always-on repls actually go to sleep. Also recursion in python has limits.

name is a special variable in Python, maybe that’s what you were asking about?
Some info about name

Those. restart every hour can not be configured? Then what about the error: An error occurred: ‘messages’ is a required property

please help me i dont know what to do

React on what we suggest, try to reduce recursion for example. Tell us what you try to do (always on, wake up, etc)

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