I’ve noticed a recurring question from Jupyter Book users that makes me wonder if it is part of a broader use-case in teaching and learning scenarios.
People often ask if there’s a way that they can mark a cell not to execute. I think that these cells are usually “prompt” cells that expect user input, and so they are expected to exist in-line with the other code cells, but cannot be executed when all the other cells are executed.
Has anybody ran into this use-case before, and do you know of any conventions (e.g. a cell tag called
no-execute etc) that have been followed?
Curious if @mseal ever ran into this issue or if y’all settled on a particular pattern there.