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    Thread: How to read in mulitple files efficiently
Post: RE: How to read in mulitple files efficiently

Maybe fileinput is something for you. https://docs.python.org/3/library/fileinput.html import fileinput from pathlib import Path # example text files files = list(Path().glob("*.txt")) with fileinp...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 1 111 Yesterday, 11:47 AM
    Thread: Finding the median of a column in a huge CSV file
Post: RE: Finding the median of a column in a huge CSV f...

import csv from operator import itemgetter def get_avg(file, column, data_type, skip_header): getter = itemgetter(column) total = 0 count = 0 with open(file, encoding=...
DeaD_EyE Data Science 5 148 Jan-24-2023, 04:22 PM
    Thread: Python [nogil]
Post: RE: Python [nogil]

import time from threading import Thread ACTIVE = True def spinner(): while ACTIVE: pass def main(threads): print("Starting 16 CPU bound Threads") for thread in threads: ...
DeaD_EyE News and Discussions 3 164 Jan-24-2023, 09:29 AM
    Thread: Python [nogil]
Post: Python [nogil]

Today I found this: https://github.com/colesbury/nogil Quote:Overview This is a proof-of-concept implementation of CPython that supports multithreading without the global interpreter lock (GIL). An ...
DeaD_EyE News and Discussions 3 164 Jan-23-2023, 08:51 PM
    Thread: launching executables
Post: RE: launching executables

Example (Linux only) to check a lock.pid. import atexit import os import time from pathlib import Path def run_check(): """ Read the lock.pid (next to __file__) if exists and check if a...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 6 377 Jan-15-2023, 02:45 PM
    Thread: Adding values with reduce() function from the list of tuples
Post: RE: Adding values with reduce() function from the ...

Firstly, the name of the list should not be named list because list is a built-in function. To get the second values from the tuple, you must iterate over the data. data = [ ("Rachel", 19), ("...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 10 558 Jan-05-2023, 12:43 PM
    Thread: Method works as expected on host machine but not on server
Post: RE: Method works as expected on host machine but n...

(Jan-04-2023, 03:44 PM)gradlon93 Wrote: Description of the error: when updating current_color from within the while loop, I forgot to PARSE again the .ini file, so it didn't update but stayed always...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 4 343 Jan-05-2023, 10:41 AM
    Thread: Advice on develop an offline audio transcription software with no knowledge
Post: RE: Advice on develop an offline audio transcripti...

You should try this project: https://github.com/openai/whisper I've used it to transcribe some Videos, and it worked well with German. It works even better with english. It is also possible, that you ...
DeaD_EyE Homework 3 290 Jan-05-2023, 09:35 AM
    Thread: Sections of the code causes the GUI to freeze. What should I do?
Post: RE: Stuck in function

if pyautogui.locateCenterOnScreen("loot_icon.png", confidence = 0.9): ...pyautogui.locateCenterOnScreen could return None or a tuple with two int. The if statement asks the object for its boolean...
DeaD_EyE GUI 13 833 Jan-04-2023, 12:56 PM
    Thread: Method works as expected on host machine but not on server
Post: RE: Method works as expected on host machine but n...

Look if 'traffic_light.ini' are locally and on the server are identical.
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 4 343 Jan-04-2023, 12:44 PM
    Thread: List joining
Post: RE: List joining

(Dec-05-2022, 07:50 PM)deatz Wrote: Example Task list: a, b, c People list: John, Joe, Karen, Billy, Bob, Lisa, Derek Desired Output: a: John, Billy, Derek b: Joe, Bob c: Karen, Lisa Is this True?...
DeaD_EyE Homework 14 1,112 Dec-15-2022, 04:49 PM
    Thread: Python for frontend !
Post: RE: Python for frontend !

We need more voters!
DeaD_EyE News and Discussions 8 616 Dec-09-2022, 11:16 AM
    Thread: Prompt of Access ( Authentication Http ) ?
Post: RE: Prompt of Access ( Authentication Http ) ?

- double post
DeaD_EyE Networking 4 308 Dec-08-2022, 12:42 PM
    Thread: Prompt of Access ( Authentication Http ) ?
Post: RE: Prompt of Access ( Authentication Http ) ?

The colon at the end of WWW-Authenticate is wrong. But you also require handling:Not Authorized Authorized Incorrect authorization Code to handle this: from base64 import b64decode from hashlib i...
DeaD_EyE Networking 4 308 Dec-08-2022, 12:41 PM
    Thread: merge two csv files into output.csv using Subprocess
Post: RE: merge two csv files into output.csv using Subp...

(Dec-07-2022, 11:01 PM)Pedroski55 Wrote: TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for |: 'type' and 'type' This is not your fault. It comes from the fancy annotations (Union: |), which are not support...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 9 526 Dec-08-2022, 10:12 AM
    Thread: Setting For Loop Counter
Post: RE: Setting For Loop Counter

I do not understand your question. Do you want to have a list with 4 valid team names? If it's the case, the range won't help. Maybe this is what you want: # plural teams = ["Arsenal", "Liverpool", "...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 2 167 Dec-07-2022, 12:49 PM
    Thread: merge two csv files into output.csv using Subprocess
Post: RE: merge two csv files into output.csv using Subp...

Use Python instead of depending on OS infrastructure. This program could not run on Linux/Mac for example. Here an example function to merge files: from pathlib import Path def merge_files(input_fil...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 9 526 Dec-07-2022, 09:53 AM
    Thread: How I could do that in the best way?
Post: RE: How I could do that in the best way?

This is just checking how many parts the path has. The first part is always /. from pathlib import Path from urllib.parse import urlparse def how_many(url): return len(Path(urlparse(url).path).p...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 5 291 Dec-06-2022, 03:35 PM
    Thread: using paramiko to see resualt
Post: RE: using pexpect on windows

Answer to wrong topic or the op has changed something? I don't know what happened :-D The answer is related to: How to get the IP-Address from Windows. The easiest approach to obtain the IP-Addres...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 4 238 Dec-06-2022, 10:25 AM
    Thread: Printing a raw string with a folder separator at the end, duplicates the separator
Post: RE: Printing a raw string with a folder separator ...

You can use forward-slashes and Pathlib: import os from pathlib import Path p = Path("C:/Temp") # the leading / or \\ is not required print(p.drive) print(p.name) print(p.parts) print("p.is_dir():...
DeaD_EyE General Coding Help 5 335 Nov-28-2022, 11:57 AM

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