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  Error Syntax -HackerRank challenge
Posted by: RavCOder - 45 minutes ago - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (5)

Hi everyone,
I'm beginner Python coder and I'm trying the challenges on HackerRank.
I'm doing "Learn to code in 30 days " and I'm on 3 day.
this ..... More

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  Entry widget to variable
Posted by: Zeiphar - 1 hour ago - Forum: GUI - No Replies

Hey guys. Im a bit of a scrub when it comes to coding, specially with python. Just need some help with getting the ip/port range from the entry widget..... More

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  How to automate list separation. NOOB
Posted by: LobateScarp - 3 hours ago - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (10)

Good day.
I just installed my 1st Python IDE (IDLE) in order to find the max, 2nd max, and min values from a data set.
The problem is that the enorm..... More

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  Watch me coding
Posted by: axju - 4 hours ago - Forum: Bar - Replies (4)

Someone interested to watch me coding?
I've written a Python package that makes it easy to record your coding session. Check it out if you like. Fee..... More

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  Animation Plotting help
Posted by: megzk - 4 hours ago - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

I need to animate a plot, the plot needs to have an imshow with two scatter plots over the imshow. At each timestep the imshow updates, pulling a grid..... More

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  low-level coding (TL;DR)
Posted by: Skaperen - 7 hours ago - Forum: Bar - No Replies

i have always enjoyed low-level coding. i did many languages back when i started out on mainframes but assembler was the one i found to be the most f..... More

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  Reading DBF files from Amazon s3 throwing error - 'int' object has no attribute 'isa
Posted by: abeesm - 7 hours ago - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

I am developing a python aws lambda function for migrating dbf files into mysql after reading s3 files. .Lambda function get triggered after every dbf..... More

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  how to do setattr() from an imported module
Posted by: nutron - Yesterday, 10:16 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (2)

I am trying to modify an attribute of a threaded function in the main python script from a function that has been imported from an external module.
..... More

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  How to serialize custom class objects in JSON?
Posted by: Exsul1 - Yesterday, 07:46 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (1)

The Python documentation on JSON reads, "This simple serializ..... More

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  Need help with this code and am stuck
Posted by: TheBoonester - Yesterday, 07:02 PM - Forum: Homework - Replies (2)

[Python] nums = {1:"One", 2:"Two", 3:"Three" ,4:"Four", 5:"Five", 6:"Six", 7:"Seven", 8:"Eight",\
9:"Nine", 0:"Zero", 10:"Ten", 11:"Eleven", 1..... More

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  Export Co-ords to CSV file
Posted by: gtbiyb - Yesterday, 05:10 PM - Forum: Data Science - Replies (1)

Hi,

Using Open CV I have successfully found the coordinates of centroids for contours and can print the values:

for c in contours:

..... More

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  micropy-cli solution - enabling VSCode to program on esp 32 with MicroPython ::
Posted by: apollo - Yesterday, 05:03 PM - Forum: Bar - No Replies

good day dear experts, 




 micropy-cli solution - enabling VSCode to program on esp 32 with MicroPython :: installation issue



the machin..... More

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  matplotlib recursion error when repeatedly displaying a surface
Posted by: AdeIsHere - Yesterday, 04:36 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

When I scroll through my data on a matplotlib 3d surface I get a recursion eror although there is no explicit place where recursion is used.


my c..... More

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  Adding Cosinus as utime.sleep variable
Posted by: Kreszy - Yesterday, 04:27 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

Okay, so I´m having trouble using the Cosinus as variable for ms. I want Cosinus(x) to reach it´s limit at led 11, then go back down again, so I get a..... More

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  Instances sharing attributes
Posted by: midarq - Yesterday, 04:26 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (4)

Hello,

I have the following problem:
Why is the instance B updating and how do i prevent that?
[python]
class myclass():

def __init__(sel..... More

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  If Else Statement with User Input
Posted by: CalPark16 - Yesterday, 03:22 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (1)

Hello all.

I have an assignment in Python where I need to ask the user whether they are happy or unhappy. The program will then draw a smiley face..... More

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  Using onedrive through API on linux
Posted by: rdugau - Yesterday, 03:03 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (1)

Hello,

I would like to upload files on onedrive

But I would like to do that with python and on linux.

I did'nt succed to..... More

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  creating a range of unique & sequential ID's in a database while handling concurency
Posted by: jertel - Yesterday, 02:41 PM - Forum: Web Scraping & Web Development - No Replies

I am in the planning phase of a project to create an app. I am wondering if anyone has any general strategy for what I outline below.

I have a nee..... More

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  List/String seperation issue
Posted by: YoungGrassHopper - Yesterday, 01:50 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (13)

Hey guys,

Hope you can shed some light on this matter.
In this task I need to create a function that displays the amino acid type that corresponds to..... More

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  How to access arguments by name from function
Posted by: SriRajesh - Yesterday, 01:38 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (7)

Hi,

I have function in which I am passing multiple lists. Now, I want to access (or assign to another variable) the lists (given as arguments in fu..... More

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  [PySimpleGUI] How to go to next page
Posted by: Elmit - Yesterday, 12:21 PM - Forum: GUI - Replies (1)

I just started to use PySimpleGUI and need a kick start.

I have a menu_def with the pages I want to show. For each page I created a layoutPagex
..... More

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  update certbot's python version
Posted by: metulburr - Yesterday, 11:51 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

Does anyone know how to link a newer python version to certbot?

When running a command I get a depreciated warning for python 2.x so i am unsure ho..... More

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  Help for simplifying code
Posted by: mmk1995 - Yesterday, 11:02 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (5)

Hello,
How can I simplify below two coding to make the code clean?
coding 1:
[python]
Case1,Case2,Case3,Case4,Case5=0,0,0,0,0,0
if rule = 1:
..... More

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  How to understand asyncio.gather return_exceptions=False?
Posted by: learnpython - Yesterday, 09:35 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (2)

In doc of python 3.7.4, the information about asyncio.gather return_exceptions=False says

"If return_exceptions is False (default), the first rais..... More

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  AttributeError: (“module 'pandas' has no attribute 'rolling_std'”
Posted by: Mariana136 - Yesterday, 09:10 AM - Forum: Data Science - Replies (1)

Hello,
I have an error ocurred in a code in Python- Jupyter. I am new in python. The error ocurred where it's used pd.rolling_std. I don't know why i..... More

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  How to run same process simultaneously
Posted by: exploit123 - Yesterday, 08:48 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (1)

I have a jar and I want to make a python script for linux that checks if the jar is opened in the linux task manager and if its not to open it 5 times..... More

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  Python installation to folder. No admin rights
Posted by: Toug19 - Yesterday, 08:37 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (3)

Hi,
I succeeded once to make an installation of Python 2.7.16 to a folder. It's now a full usable python with all modules and add-on (such as pip and ..... More

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  managing command codes for external controller box
Posted by: Oolongtea - Yesterday, 08:32 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

I am trying to create a library to encode commands sent over TCP to a controller box and decode the responses.
To makes things simple, each command c..... More

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  Restful API Python Flask Postman
Posted by: starter_student - Yesterday, 07:12 AM - Forum: Web Scraping & Web Development - No Replies

already since 1 week I try to build a simple CRUD RESTful API without success. So when I create/(test) user and post in the cmd I can list them (User...... More

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  clueless about the error message
Posted by: findbikash - Yesterday, 06:55 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (2)

[python]
rfm['r_quartile'] = pd.qcut(rfm['recency'], 4, ['1','2','3','4'])
rfm['f_quartile'] = pd.qcut(rfm['frequency'], 4, ['4','3','2','1'])
rfm[..... More

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  Chatbot
Posted by: metro17 - Yesterday, 06:47 AM - Forum: Data Science - No Replies

How do I auto collect the user information like UserID,username,emailaddress automatically once the user starts talking to the chatbot.
Chatbot is re..... More

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  Help plotting function
Posted by: Pbworm1998 - Yesterday, 03:17 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - No Replies

Hello. I am new to python.

I wanted to know the syntax for a problem

Suppose I want to plot a quantity x = (constant with a fixed given value) *..... More

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  Menu in frame
Posted by: Elmit - Yesterday, 01:38 AM - Forum: GUI - Replies (2)

Hi,

I try to make an application, which has multiple frames. Each frame should get a menu.

I found 2 piece of codes, but I couldn't figure out h..... More

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  how to set echo ON in Python call to Oracle SQL
Posted by: nmrt - Yesterday, 01:19 AM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (3)

Hi All,

I am beginner in Python, i am trying to access oracle DB from Python program. I am able to get the output with the below code. However, i w..... More

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  pydoc3 server and browser
Posted by: fmouse - Sep-18-2019, 10:59 PM - Forum: General Coding Help - Replies (1)

For some time I've been starting a pydoc server (Python 2.7) from my desktop startup scripts and using it to document a server directory containing a ..... More

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