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    Thread: How to load all pages of the pdf file to the program
Post: RE: How to load all pages of the pdf file to the p...

You can try using https://pypi.org/project/camelot-py/
buran General Coding Help 8 267 Jul-01-2022, 07:06 AM
    Thread: cannot get code to work
Post: RE: cannot get code to work

(Jun-30-2022, 06:00 PM)Led_Zeppelin Wrote: I have not tried range(54). I will now, but as I said 53 worked.Sorry, it was typo, as I was replying on the phone. I fixed it. The point is -> 52 colum...
buran General Coding Help 10 213 Jun-30-2022, 06:12 PM
    Thread: cannot get code to work
Post: RE: cannot get code to work

your columns list is from 00 to 51, that means range(52). Note that the shape of values is (220320, 53) so I guess you actually need range(53) also, your code with error has list with 52 sensors, but...
buran General Coding Help 10 213 Jun-30-2022, 03:16 PM
    Thread: cannot get code to work
Post: RE: cannot get code to work

try to delete anything between \ and first char on next line, maybe some ghost non-printable char? i.e. join the two lines, then add new line char againAnd even better, just dynamically create the co...
buran General Coding Help 10 213 Jun-30-2022, 01:46 PM
    Thread: __getitem__ Error
Post: RE: __getitem__ Error

You are trying to read 2 config files, you are the one that wrote this line config.read(['config.cfg', 'config.dev.cfg'])How shall we know why do you read these files or where they are located. Your c...
buran General Coding Help 5 246 Jun-15-2022, 08:21 AM
    Thread: __getitem__ Error
Post: RE: __getitem__ Error

Please, check that files 'config.cfg' and 'config.dev.cfg' are in current working directory and show/check their content you can check which files were parsed successfully by cheeking the return value...
buran General Coding Help 5 246 Jun-15-2022, 07:37 AM
    Thread: Passing string functions as arguments
Post: RE: Passing string functions as arguments

def transform_nth(str_in, n, transform): return ''.join([str_in[:n], transform(str_in[n]), str_in[n + 1:]]) name = transform_nth("dave", 2, str.upper) print(name)
buran General Coding Help 3 221 Jun-15-2022, 04:49 AM
    Thread: python function help
Post: RE: python function help

(Jun-14-2022, 07:13 AM)rob101 Wrote: I'll have to think about that one.Hint: think slices
buran Homework 9 369 Jun-14-2022, 10:36 AM
    Thread: ESPtools... how to install?
Post: RE: ESPtools... how to install?

Do you refer to https://pypi.org/project/esptool/ ?
buran General Coding Help 1 186 Jun-02-2022, 07:23 PM
    Thread: Your p“Timeout !!!!” when I enter a known good IP address when running port scanner
Post: RE: Your p“Timeout !!!!” when I enter a known good...

Why didn't you share the code (minimal reproducible example)?
buran Networking 4 365 May-13-2022, 10:35 AM
    Thread: Converting '1a2b3c' string to Dictionary
Post: RE: Converting '1a2b3c' string to Dictionary

from more_itertools import chunked, sliced spam = '1a2b3c4d' # without using more_itertools print(dict(zip(spam[::2], spam[1::2]))) # using more_itertools print(dict(chunked(spam, 2))) print(dict(...
buran General Coding Help 6 479 May-13-2022, 05:56 AM
    Thread: TypeError: 'dict_items' object does not support indexingw
Post: RE: TypeError: 'dict_items' object does not suppor...

check https://stackoverflow.com/a/52900459/4046632
buran News and Discussions 3 794 May-04-2022, 06:52 PM
    Thread: no tuple.copy()
Post: RE: no tuple.copy()

(May-04-2022, 05:31 AM)ndc85430 Wrote: Immutability is the reason for having a copy in the first place. How else are you going to produce an updated version?Creating a copy of immutable object will ...
buran News and Discussions 4 435 May-04-2022, 08:29 AM
    Thread: no tuple.copy()
Post: RE: no tuple.copy()

it's immutable. why would you need a copy? Reference is good enough. there is no e.g. str.copy either :-) Note that with [:] it's the same object (same id), not a copy Python 3.9.4 (default, Apr 9 ...
buran News and Discussions 4 435 May-04-2022, 04:16 AM
    Thread: Windows install does not create .exe, shortcut,etc to open
Post: RE: Windows install does not create .exe, shortcut...

From the docs, in the disadvantages: Quote:You don’t get an exe for your application, just a start menu shortcut to launch it. Check the Start menu for a shortcut to launch the script. Note, that ...
buran General Coding Help 4 435 May-04-2022, 02:42 AM
    Thread: can you please help me with this python code
Post: RE: can you please help me with this python code

What is the goal and what problem do you have?
buran General Coding Help 3 301 May-01-2022, 02:46 AM
    Thread: how to add the Qcompleter into a ui-converted script?
Post: RE: how to add the Qcompleter into a ui-converted ...

(Apr-28-2022, 11:54 AM)53535 Wrote: i posted two times because i assume i posted in a wrong place, and then i looked for a sub-forum. all i see is a gui section . so i posted again, you ask me to sp...
buran GUI 8 529 Apr-28-2022, 12:42 PM
    Thread: Dictionary from a list failed, help needed
Post: RE: Dictionary from a list failed, help needed

Just for sake of completeness, to mention collections.defaultdict from collections import defaultdict mylist = ["a", "b", "c", "a", "c"] result = defaultdict(list) for idx, item in enumerate(mylist):...
buran General Coding Help 7 520 Apr-28-2022, 06:59 AM
    Thread: pip install requests doesnt work
Post: RE: pip install requests doesnt work

Also our own tutorial https://python-forum.io/thread-3258.html
buran General Coding Help 7 418 Apr-20-2022, 08:44 AM
    Thread: BeautifulSoup help
Post: RE: BeautifulSoup help

It looks you are dealing with JSON. Have a look at the docs or find a tutorial how to work with JSON (e.g. documentation for json module), incl. with requests (see JSON Response Content)
buran General Coding Help 1 240 Apr-18-2022, 08:23 AM

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