It seems to me that the initial plotting default parameters loaded in Matplotlib after it has been imported are different from rcParamsDefault. I have created a Python function that compares the two dictionaries (see below) and found differences in six keys. Are these to be expected or is it some bug to be corrected in ..
There is a code – it works. But I don’t know if ‘try-except’ can be used in this case. row = [(‘Normal’, ‘Deck1’, ‘user1’, ‘Deck2’, ‘Win’, ‘2:0’), (‘Normal’, ‘Deck3’, ‘user2’, ‘Deck2’, ‘Loss’, ‘1:2’), (‘Normal’, ‘Deck3’, ‘user3’, ‘Deck1’, ‘Draw’, ‘2:2’)] table = ‘win_loss’ result = [‘Win’, ‘Loss’ , ‘Draw’] deck = [‘Deck1′,’Deck2′,’Deck3′,’Deck4’] def pivot(row): title, pos ..
I have a str method that takes some optional parameters (default is set to None). If these parameters are not specified, it returns a str that shows the full matrix. If the optional parameters are specified, it returns a partial matrix corresponding to those values. def __str__(self, starting_row=None, starting_col=None, nrows=3, ncols=3): # remove that final ..
Is it possible to trigger the default keywork argument of a function in some special cases ? In particular in this example: def funcA(a, data=’dataset1′): … # function code def funcB(a, b, c, data=’dataset42′): … # function code def func_global(a, b, c, data): funcA(a, data=data) funcB(a, b, c, data=data) # standard use, funcA and funcB ..
i have a script that check the input link, if it’s equivalent to one i specified in the code, then it will use my code, else it open the link in chrome. i want to make that script kind of as a default browser, as to gain speed compared to opening the browser, getting the ..
Moderator: this has nothing to do with x,y being negative. Please do close as dup and refer to questions about x,y being negative. Thanks print(‘Python: What are x,y defaults when z is negative? Seems different then when z is positive’) # print(‘I thought Return Rule is "start at x, stride by z, stop at y_exclusive"’) ..
Moderator: Please don’t close and refer to questions about negative x,y. This questions is about x,y defaults when z is negative. This question involves a double colon syntax – that does not appear in the "duplicate question" reference. Thanks. For a Python substring, I’m confused on defaults of x,y when z is negative Next lines: ..
I am creating a sqlite3 table that accepts records from a server. There should be one date/text column that also has a datetime DEFAULT value, so I can sync a record which times differ from the server’s record. I found a solution on this forum from here. The problem is it gives me the following ..
I’m starting an app with django; i love it so far but i’ve trouble initializing my database. To sum up, i need a table user and a table role; a user has a FK to role. Upon creation a user must have this role set explicitly or defaulting to a default role ‘Regular user’. I ..
In other words. I write a simple text editor with python. Now, i compile it with pyinstaller and i want to use this editor like default txt editor software on windows 10. My problem is: when i open a txt file with double click, it open my simple editor but the text is not inserted ..