This happens really frequently. Say, if I want to plot a really big dataframe, it'll take a while to perform. If I mistakenly executed that command, I want to interupt that task before it gets done. Then I send Interuption hitting ctrl+c. Normally, the execution should be stopped with the process alive,whereas, it's highly prossible Pycharm quits the python process.
This is very dangerous because all of the variables will be lost then.
This symptom rarely happens on Spyder.This is Spyder interupting the same command as previously shown,with the python process alive in the end:
I'm using the newest Pycharm community edition on windows10. Any advice? Thanks