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    Thread: fixed width numbers
Post: RE: fixed width numbers

Yeah I misread. See what Larz60+ wrote. That's the best way to do it.
Nwb General Coding Help 15 3,638 May-26-2019, 03:01 PM
    Thread: fixed width numbers
Post: RE: fixed width numbers

Ah okay so you want to add leading zeroes. You can use string formatting to do this very easily. print(f'{number:0(length)}') eg: >>> print(f'{10:020}') 00000000000000000010
Nwb General Coding Help 15 3,638 May-26-2019, 08:16 AM
    Thread: fixed width numbers
Post: RE: fixed width numbers

How are you getting leading zeroes anyway? For leading spaces you can use either append to your string or make use of more than one argument to your print function. print( 1*' ' + str(number+100000...
Nwb General Coding Help 15 3,638 May-26-2019, 05:41 AM
    Thread: What are some pythonic phrases?
Post: RE: What are some pythonic phrases?

Bumping the thread
Nwb News and Discussions 7 1,354 May-25-2019, 03:16 PM
    Thread: What are some pythonic phrases?
Post: RE: What are some pythonic phrases?

Bumpbump
Nwb News and Discussions 7 1,354 May-11-2019, 04:19 PM
    Thread: About integer objects vs integer values
Post: RE: About integer objects vs integer values

(Apr-28-2019, 08:57 PM)Skaperen Wrote: someone here thinks the reference count increases when an assignment is made? well, OK, so. that is an internal detail. not that i would think anyone would ...
Nwb News and Discussions 18 3,313 Apr-29-2019, 03:33 PM
    Thread: What are some pythonic phrases?
Post: RE: What are some pythonic phrases?

Thaz really cool. Thanks a lot!
Nwb News and Discussions 7 1,354 Apr-28-2019, 02:36 PM
    Thread: What are some pythonic phrases?
Post: What are some pythonic phrases?

I've heard three pythonic phrases namely, "if it looks like a duck.. it's a duck"; "ask for forgiveness not permission"; "duck punching" (guess it's a term and not a phrase) What are some other pyth...
Nwb News and Discussions 7 1,354 Apr-28-2019, 01:38 PM
    Thread: About integer objects vs integer values
Post: RE: About integer objects vs integer values

Why are statements in a function compiled together? And what do you mean they are compiled together? Python doesn't just interpret line by line?
Nwb News and Discussions 18 3,313 Apr-28-2019, 01:32 PM
    Thread: About integer objects vs integer values
Post: RE: About integer objects vs integer values

(Apr-27-2019, 04:31 PM)Gribouillis Wrote: Nwb Wrote:But in Python, assigning to an integer variable would mean allocating new memory for a new objectThis is not true. Assigning to an integer variabl...
Nwb News and Discussions 18 3,313 Apr-28-2019, 04:02 AM
    Thread: About integer objects vs integer values
Post: RE: About integer objects vs integer values

Quote:rumor is that ints, floats, and complexes are immutable. my guess is that bools are, too. but does it really matter as long as the behavior is as if it is a referenceable object? Yes they're a...
Nwb News and Discussions 18 3,313 Apr-27-2019, 12:32 PM
    Thread: About integer objects vs integer values
Post: About integer objects vs integer values

Would it be more efficient to have integers represented by objects or values? Eg if it's represented by an object, Var = 5 Var points to an object which has the value '5' Var = 5 Var is a location in ...
Nwb News and Discussions 18 3,313 Apr-25-2019, 04:55 AM
    Thread: About [from FILE import FUNC]
Post: RE: About [from FILE import FUNC]

Why is it not circular import when I use from a2 import * Why does that work??
Nwb General Coding Help 7 1,421 Apr-21-2019, 01:22 PM
    Thread: About [from FILE import FUNC]
Post: RE: About [from FILE import FUNC]

I don't think you understood my thread snippsat. Try running the example I have given. Why does from a2 import bob work and from a2 import * not work? They are supposed to do the same thing right?
Nwb General Coding Help 7 1,421 Apr-21-2019, 11:53 AM
    Thread: About [from FILE import FUNC]
Post: RE: About [from FILE import FUNC]

snippsat, I do know how to import? But I wanted to know what caused my observation and the alternative.
Nwb General Coding Help 7 1,421 Apr-21-2019, 10:29 AM
    Thread: About [from FILE import FUNC]
Post: About [from FILE import FUNC]

I've simplified what I observed to the smallest example I could. Here it is: Here are two .py files a1.py and a2.py, a1.py: from a2 import bob cobe = 5a2.py: from a1 import cobe bob = 4On running a1...
Nwb General Coding Help 7 1,421 Apr-21-2019, 07:51 AM
    Thread: Migration to a modern forum engine
Post: RE: Migration to a modern forum engine

So who funds this forum? What if the donations do not make it to the mark? Who pays? Python.org?
Nwb Board 21 7,811 Jan-30-2019, 11:42 AM
    Thread: I love the simplicity of Python but have a question
Post: RE: I love the simplicity of Python but have a que...

Quote:It's not exactly compiling, but there are applications that can create an .exe out of a Python program. How do they do that? For instance Python allocates enough memory to store a number (corre...
Nwb General Coding Help 6 1,169 Jan-20-2019, 03:56 AM
    Thread: Question about exporting Python
Post: RE: Question about exporting Python

Ohh. I thought Python compilers actually compile the code.. I didn't realize they just bundle the interpreter with the source code. On the contrary C generates machine code when it is compiled to an ...
Nwb News and Discussions 6 1,651 Jan-15-2019, 05:56 AM
    Thread: Question about exporting Python
Post: RE: Question about exporting Python

Buran that you've mentioned that you can bundle an interpreter to an executable, -> How to do this? Can the interpreter be included in one binary file along with the application or does this have ...
Nwb News and Discussions 6 1,651 Jan-12-2019, 01:21 PM

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