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Last ReplyPython makes a clear distinction between bytes and strings . Bytes objects contain raw data — a sequence of octets — whereas strings are U... bennetcole,

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Fri, 22 May 2020 03:51:31 -07006 days ago1
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Last ReplyWhen we try to use float numbers in Python range() function, we get a type error 'float' object that cannot be interpreted as an integer.&nb... rahuldev,

When we try to use float...

Tue, 24 Mar 2020 04:03:43 -07002 months ago1
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[Python] How do global variables work?

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Last ReplyVariables that are created outside of a function are known as Global Variables. A global variable is one that can be accessed anywhere . This means, g... germyrinn,

Variables that are create...

Wed, 18 Mar 2020 22:58:39 -07002 months ago1
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Last ReplyExplicitly cast the int object to a string: x = 10 # Integer print("X is set to " + str(10)) # Explicitly a string August R. Garcia,

Explicitly cast the int o...

Wed, 05 Feb 2020 13:31:04 -08003 months ago1
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Fix "typeerror: 'module' object is not callable"?

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Last ReplyThis error is likely occurring because of code that involves a module that contains a function that has the same name as the module. For example, the... August R. Garcia,

This error is likely occu...

Tue, 31 Dec 2019 10:29:43 -08004 months ago1
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Last ReplyIf there are some scenarios where the value is actually not intended to be a number, this can also be solved with a try-catch block: try: #... August R. Garcia,

If there are some scenari...

Tue, 03 Dec 2019 13:33:18 -08005 months ago1
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Alternatively "TypeError: %o format: an...

MoreThis is technically a different error message, but is what was causing the issue. string = "The value is one hundred (100)." # Raises an error...
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TFW

MoreSee code. Yeah, it seems like you do in fact have to make a bunch of additional HTTP requests. def resolve_t_co(t_co_url): if t_co_url !...
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Last ReplyWhat the fuck is this question. This is like eight different errors. The answer is probably to cast something as something else. Look at this thread:... August R. Garcia,

What the fuck is this que...

Thu, 17 Oct 2019 14:04:45 -07007 months ago1
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Last ReplyCast the integer to be a string. # Probably something like this is causing the error x = 3 text = "whatever" # "TypeError: unsupported op... August R. Garcia,

Cast the integer to be a...

Thu, 17 Oct 2019 14:03:15 -07007 months ago1
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It's time to post code so that I can fin...

MoreIt's time to post code so that I can find this the next eight times I need to do this: # ##### ##### ################# ##### ##### # # ##### ###...
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[Solved] Python - Getting the remote/server IP address and port from an HTTP response using the requests library?

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Some edge case what even is this.

MoreThe solution here seems to generally work: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/22492484/how-do-i-get-the-ip-address-from-a-http-request-using-th...
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How to Make a Simple, Automatically-Updating Dashboard for Python Scripts Using HTML, JavaScript, and JSONP

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Last ReplyThank you for the post. Blogger at Radio Box https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jfh_qbzhUKI RadioBox,

Thank you for the post.

Sat, 21 Sep 2019 04:07:21 -07008 months ago1
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Currently: Python, Bash

MoreSee: Correct Horse Battery Staple from XKCD, if somehow you haven't seen this before. There's also a generator that can be used here. How to...
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Code:

MoreCode: # string.punctuation contains the following characters: # !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~ import random, string print( rand...
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[Solved] How to immediately kill all Python threads when working with multithreading

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why is this answer so hard to find

MoreNormally, to kill a Python script while it is running, pressing CTRL+C will work. However, if there are multiple threads running because the program i...
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Last ReplyFor Python 3: import http.client [...] try: msg = " " + http.client.responses[status_code] [...] Code is basically th... August R. Garcia,

For Python 3:

Mon, 09 Sep 2019 12:10:10 -07008 months ago1
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Solve "Typeerror: unhashable type: 'list'"?

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Last ReplyRan into this like five minutes ago and found this fucking thread in the SERPs. What a shitty fucking thread that did not answer my question. Anyway,... August R. Garcia,

Ran into this like five m...

Thu, 05 Sep 2019 07:50:44 -07008 months ago1
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[Solved] Basic progress bar functionality with Python

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Commentary is hard. Use your reading ski...

MoreCommentary is hard. Use your reading skills to read this code: #!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import time import sys from...
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[Solved] How to Show Number of Remaining Threads in Python

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Self explanatory, mostly.

MoreSelf explanatory, mostly. Original Code import Queue from threading import Thread, active_count import time que = Queue.Queue()...
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Downloading Bulk Images: ThisPersonDoesNotExist with Python and urllib2

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Last ReplyHere's a shorter version with cURL and BASH that does basically the same thing: for i in $( seq 1 10 ) ; do curl --user-agent "Some User-Agent St... August R. Garcia,

Here's a shorter version...

Thu, 04 Jul 2019 12:56:36 -070010 months ago1
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The Easiest Way to Build a Reddit Bot?

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Last ReplyAlso, see this post. Could probably do something similar, depending on use case: https://www.256kilobytes.com/content/show/10842/the-basics-to-w... August R. Garcia,

Also, see this post. Coul...

Sun, 30 Jun 2019 14:54:58 -070010 months ago1
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Last ReplyA simple case that generates this error message: In [8]: [1,2,3,4,5][np.array([1])] --------------------------------------------------------------... Univa,

A simple case that genera...

Sat, 01 Jun 2019 09:14:49 -070011 months ago1
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Jupyter Notebook | The Interactive Coding Application

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Are notebooks worth your damn time?

MoreWhat is Project Jupyter? Project Jupyter is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to developing open-source software and supporting interacti...
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Last ReplyRun print(os.environ['PATH']) in the system terminal using the same interpreter Copy the result and add as a PATH environment variable to your Ru... Univa,

Sun, 05 May 2019 03:19:56 -07001 year ago1
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Last ReplyTypeerror This Constructor Takes No Arguments Python Error error codes are caused, in one way or another, by misconfigured system files in your Window... Univa,

Typeerror This Constructo...

Fri, 26 Apr 2019 08:18:20 -07001 year ago1
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Last ReplyBefore posting any codes try using the formatting tools, sometimes it solves the problem.  You can also try pasting this code:  a_str,... Univa,

Before posting any codes...

Sun, 14 Apr 2019 03:06:36 -07001 year ago1
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Last ReplyYou probably have your code set up where some value can either be: An array (or whatever) iterable object or False or None (for when... August R. Garcia,

You probably have your&nb...

Sun, 07 Apr 2019 12:14:43 -07001 year ago1
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Last ReplyIt will usually taking 3 months before you get to the point where you can do everything on your own without having to get support from others. Also Se... Graln_of_Truth,

It will usually taking 3...

Sat, 30 Mar 2019 16:09:52 -07001 year ago1
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How to install NumPy on Windows 10?

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Last ReplySince you want to install NumPy on Windows 10, I suggest that you watch this video from YouTube to get an idea of how to install https://www.youtube.c... Zhaybib,

Since you want to install...

Sat, 30 Mar 2019 15:56:01 -07001 year ago1
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