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Python 2.5.2 script that add "The function starts here" to all the functions of the files of a directory


Python 2.5.2 script that add "The function starts here" to all the functions of the files of a directory

By : Nish Shah
Date : November 22 2020, 07:01 PM
it should still fix some issue i would like to replace the lines
code :


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What do the google apps script functions "breakApart" and "mergeAcross" of "range" do

What do the google apps script functions "breakApart" and "mergeAcross" of "range" do


By : TaraMG
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you In the example below cells B3 C3 B4 and C4 are merged across, meaning they show as a block in the spreadsheet C6 D6 are also merged. In a script you could define a range of cells, let's say C6:D6 and merge it like this :
code :
function myFunction() {
   var sh = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet();
   sh.getRange('C6:D6').mergeAcross();
}
Modify Python Script to Batch Convert all "WOFF" Files in Directory

Modify Python Script to Batch Convert all "WOFF" Files in Directory


By : Pascal Yaya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help If you want create an Drag&drop app, you could:
open the Automator.app select "Application" in the left-side Library find the Filter Finder Items action drag it into the right add the extenstion is woff condition in the Library find the Run Shell Script action change the Pass input popup to as arguments drag&drop the your woff2otf.py into the place of the echo (you will get it's full path name) save the app somewhere as woff2otf.app congratz - you're done with your 1st OS X application. :)
code :
$ type python3
python3 is /opt/anyenv/envs/pyenv/shims/python3
/opt/anyenv/envs/pyenv/shims/python3 ~/bin/woff2otf.py "$f"
Search the last modified ".mxd" files in directory and sub-directory- Python Error

Search the last modified ".mxd" files in directory and sub-directory- Python Error


By : boomyboom
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you I try to find the last modified files which end with ".mxd" in directory and sub-directory and print the modified time, using this code: , finaly, this code worked for well:
code :
import os,time,datetime,glob

path = r"G:\desktop\Project"
for dirname,subdirs,files in os.walk(path):
    max_mtime = 0
    max_dir = ""
    max_file =""
    for fname in files:
        mtime=0
        if fname.endswith(".mxd"):
            full_path = os.path.join(dirname, fname)
            mtime = os.stat(full_path).st_mtime
            if mtime > max_mtime:
                max_mtime = mtime
                max_dir = dirname
                max_file = fname
    print max_dir, max_file
    print
Parse cpp files with python to find functions owns start "{" and end "}"

Parse cpp files with python to find functions owns start "{" and end "}"


By : Sean Frazier
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Ignoring the code errors made when you were adapting your example for SO (e.g. mgraffeopenline instead of mbracketopenline, functionCount() not returning a result etc.) at one point you have:
code :
mbracketcloseline = mbracketopenline = []
def function_count(source):
    result = []
    progress = []  # a temporary list to keep our progress
    level = -1  # we'll use an index to reference the level we're at
    with open(source, "r") as f:  # open the `source` file for reading
        for i, line in enumerate(f):  # enumerate and read the file line by line
            # you can check `if "{" in line or "}" in line: ...` for a marginal speed-up
            for char in line:  # iterate over the characters in each line
                if char == "{":
                    if level == -1:  # we're at the root, start a root level
                        progress = []
                        result.append(progress)
                    progress.append([i + 1, None])  # store the line # at the level's start
                    level += 1  # increase the level
                elif char == "}":
                    if level > -1:  # if we're already deep in the source tree...
                        progress[level][1] = i + 1  # store the line # at the level's end
                        level -= 1  # decrease the level
    return result
[[[21, 59]],
 [[63, 65]],
 [[69, 76]],
 [[80, 89], [82, 88]],
 [[93, 113]]]
void keyInput(unsigned char key, int x, int y)
{ switch(key) {
      case 27:
         exit(0);
         break;
      default:
         break;
}}
[[[21, 59]],
 [[63, 65]],
 [[69, 76]],
 [[80, 86], [80, 86]],
 [[90, 110]]]
progress[level][1] = i + 1  # store the line # at the level's end
progress[level] = "{}=>{}".format(progress[level][0], i + 1)
how to avoid "/*" being substitute to files/dirs in the root directory in a bash script?

how to avoid "/*" being substitute to files/dirs in the root directory in a bash script?


By : Venu Muthavarapu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps You can tell bash to ignore certain patterns when doing file expansion:
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