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Hi is there a way for me to make invalid read or writes to raise an exception?

QuestionsBrian replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 400 views • 2019-06-24 17:27 • data from similar tags

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I want to eventually do these automatically on coredumps and save the results in a database.

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 426 views • 2019-06-24 17:26 • data from similar tags

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How do you guys normally debug async methods in c++ applications?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 392 views • 2019-06-24 17:25 • data from similar tags

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please give me a hand to solve this problem

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 420 views • 2019-06-24 17:23 • data from similar tags

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Anyone got any good examples of how to do a nest dynamic formset w/o using JavaScript?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 442 views • 2019-06-24 15:56 • data from similar tags

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does any body knows what is happened here when Django's Documentations explaining Templates and hardcore avoiding ?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 387 views • 2019-06-24 15:55 • data from similar tags

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i try to migrate from django 1.8 to django 1.9 and i got an error with a test use django message

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 409 views • 2019-06-24 15:53 • data from similar tags

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I need some help with *integration* tests. Hope will get help here.

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 392 views • 2019-06-24 15:51 • data from similar tags

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Hi, Can anyone help me with the problem statement?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 371 views • 2019-06-24 15:49 • data from similar tags

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How can I access a DB field before the call to ‘to_python’?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 398 views • 2019-06-24 15:48 • data from similar tags

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Is it bad practice to use method calls after method calls example: array.filter().map().another_fn_call().yet_another_one() ?

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Questionsdacre posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 402 views • 2019-06-24 15:47 • data from similar tags

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is there a way to log objects with the logger module vs logging strings?

QuestionsBrian replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 360 views • 2019-06-24 15:46 • data from similar tags

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Hi... I’m having a bit of a more fundamental question... sometimes, when using pip, the module is prefixed with python

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 386 views • 2019-06-24 15:45 • data from similar tags

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I was wondering if there is a function like: `isapplicable(function, arg1, arg2...)` that will tell me if I can call `function` with the supplied arguments!

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 372 views • 2019-06-24 15:44 • data from similar tags

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Hey. I'm writing my first setup.py, and was curious what general best practice for managing it

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 408 views • 2019-06-24 15:43 • data from similar tags

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Hello, can you guys explain why the result like this: (Python 2)

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 366 views • 2019-06-24 15:42 • data from similar tags

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I'd like to create a location where we can store Python scripts that several users will share. Is there a best practice for where in the file system to do this?

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Questionsdacre posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 401 views • 2019-06-24 15:41 • data from similar tags

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I find the static type analysis an interesting thing but I hate the idea of having it in a separate file.

QuestionsSeb640 replied • 6 users followed • 6 replies • 458 views • 2019-05-27 14:54 • data from similar tags

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hi all, quick question about templates and static methods

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QuestionsGeorge posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 466 views • 2019-05-15 18:47 • data from similar tags

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Please any advice on the best python framework for mobile app?

QuestionsDenis replied • 3 users followed • 2 replies • 489 views • 2019-04-09 18:06 • data from similar tags

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Is it possible to go from `std::array` to `parameter pack` or `variadic`?

Questionsplante replied • 3 users followed • 2 replies • 471 views • 2019-04-09 12:48 • data from similar tags

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Does anyone have any experience with musl? If so, what was your experience like?

Questionsstephen replied • 4 users followed • 3 replies • 476 views • 2019-04-09 12:43 • data from similar tags

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RVO + optional allows you do design differently Is there any proposals for non-nullable pointers ?

Questionsmeilinda replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 640 views • 2019-04-09 12:30 • data from similar tags

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not all compilers support `#pragma once` (I think?)

Questionsahmad replied • 6 users followed • 5 replies • 465 views • 2019-04-09 12:26 • data from similar tags

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Please I need a a guide on how I can upload to a SFTP server.

Questionsemma replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 581 views • 2019-03-25 19:20 • data from similar tags

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I am presently working on my portfolio web app but whenever I try to add an image to my about page, it does not show when I run the server

QuestionsROYAL FOAM replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 504 views • 2019-03-25 18:42 • data from similar tags

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I have a portal underdevelopment.What I want is that the file should be uploaded to an SFTP server.

QuestionsChemlap replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 509 views • 2019-03-25 18:21 • data from similar tags

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I have been stuck with this bugs for some days now.

QuestionsBawa replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 454 views • 2019-03-25 18:19 • data from similar tags

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how would I attach attribute roles to user once he logs in?

QuestionsEvren replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 427 views • 2019-03-23 19:47 • data from similar tags

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i need to be able to update a model, and keep an old copy of it temporarily

QuestionsDaryl k replied • 4 users followed • 3 replies • 459 views • 2019-03-23 19:42 • data from similar tags

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I want to eventually do these automatically on coredumps and save the results in a database.

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 426 views • 2019-06-24 17:26 • data from similar tags

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please give me a hand to solve this problem

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 420 views • 2019-06-24 17:23 • data from similar tags

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does any body knows what is happened here when Django's Documentations explaining Templates and hardcore avoiding ?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 387 views • 2019-06-24 15:55 • data from similar tags

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i try to migrate from django 1.8 to django 1.9 and i got an error with a test use django message

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 409 views • 2019-06-24 15:53 • data from similar tags

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I need some help with *integration* tests. Hope will get help here.

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 392 views • 2019-06-24 15:51 • data from similar tags

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Hi, Can anyone help me with the problem statement?

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 371 views • 2019-06-24 15:49 • data from similar tags

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How can I access a DB field before the call to ‘to_python’?

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Is it bad practice to use method calls after method calls example: array.filter().map().another_fn_call().yet_another_one() ?

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Questionsdacre posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 402 views • 2019-06-24 15:47 • data from similar tags

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is there a way to log objects with the logger module vs logging strings?

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QuestionsBrian replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 360 views • 2019-06-24 15:46 • data from similar tags

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Hi... I’m having a bit of a more fundamental question... sometimes, when using pip, the module is prefixed with python

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 386 views • 2019-06-24 15:45 • data from similar tags

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I was wondering if there is a function like: `isapplicable(function, arg1, arg2...)` that will tell me if I can call `function` with the supplied arguments!

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 372 views • 2019-06-24 15:44 • data from similar tags

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Hey. I'm writing my first setup.py, and was curious what general best practice for managing it

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 408 views • 2019-06-24 15:43 • data from similar tags

366
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Hello, can you guys explain why the result like this: (Python 2)

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QuestionsAnonymous posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 366 views • 2019-06-24 15:42 • data from similar tags

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I'd like to create a location where we can store Python scripts that several users will share. Is there a best practice for where in the file system to do this?

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Questionsdacre posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 401 views • 2019-06-24 15:41 • data from similar tags

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Please any advice on the best python framework for mobile app?

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QuestionsDenis replied • 3 users followed • 2 replies • 489 views • 2019-04-09 18:06 • data from similar tags

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Please I need a a guide on how I can upload to a SFTP server.

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Questionsemma replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 581 views • 2019-03-25 19:20 • data from similar tags

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I am presently working on my portfolio web app but whenever I try to add an image to my about page, it does not show when I run the server

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QuestionsROYAL FOAM replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 504 views • 2019-03-25 18:42 • data from similar tags

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I have a portal underdevelopment.What I want is that the file should be uploaded to an SFTP server.

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QuestionsChemlap replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 509 views • 2019-03-25 18:21 • data from similar tags

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I have been stuck with this bugs for some days now.

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QuestionsBawa replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 454 views • 2019-03-25 18:19 • data from similar tags

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I'm writing some Python after a 3-year break and ... it's so much messier/noisier than Ruby.

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QuestionsShane Sexton replied • 4 users followed • 3 replies • 482 views • 2019-03-17 20:40 • data from similar tags

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I'm interested in getting into data science. I'm currently a web developer with, javascript as my primary language.

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QuestionsChemstar replied • 3 users followed • 2 replies • 506 views • 2019-03-16 23:41 • data from similar tags

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Anyone have experience with python and ip cameras?

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QuestionsMansaray replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 534 views • 2019-03-11 16:57 • data from similar tags

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I feel super dumb, but can anyone help with this? I’m using pandas.

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Questionsdrselenium posted a question • 1 users followed • 0 replies • 443 views • 2019-03-11 16:07 • data from similar tags

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Does someone knows why is executing both the If and ELSE statement? Please check my python codes

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QuestionsNora replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 570 views • 2019-03-10 20:40 • data from similar tags

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i have a csv object that i loop through, each row with in the csv reader object is a list - what's the best way to convert that row object to a string?

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QuestionsAli replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 497 views • 2019-02-22 18:13 • data from similar tags

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Hey I am looking to create a static DNS entry in AD for a linux server with Python. Anyone know of a way to do this fairly easily?

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QuestionsTony replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 534 views • 2019-02-22 18:09 • data from similar tags

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I'm trying to print a csv file to terminal using pandas. The issue is that it only prints two of four columns like this:

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Questionshans replied • 2 users followed • 1 replies • 465 views • 2019-02-22 18:02 • data from similar tags

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Does anyone know how to communicate with C++ based coworkers?

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pyenv works by filling a shims directory with fake versions of the Python interpreter (plus other tools like pip and 2to3). When the system looks for a program named python, it looks inside the shims directory first, and uses the fake version, which in turn passes the command on to pyenv. pyenv then works out which version of Python should be run based on environment variables, .python-version files, and the global default.

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