I made a code that returns all the Wifi names and passwords in your device. Since my device’s languge is spanish, the cmd output has accent marks and python can’t decode it. I want to know how to eliminate the accet marks or just use a different encoding. import subprocess import re import unicodedata command_output=subprocess.run([‘netsh’,’wlan’,’show’,’profiles’],capture_output=True).stdout.decode() ..
I made a code that returns all the WiFi names and passwords in your device. Since my device’s language is Spanish, the cmd output has accent marks and python can’t decode it. I want to know how to eliminate the accent marks or just use a different encoding. import subprocess import re import unicodedata command_output=subprocess.run([‘netsh’,’wlan’,’show’,’profiles’],capture_output=True).stdout.decode() ..
Encoded data looks like "aQ:/#gE#:28`@G+" (this is not a real data, I can’t post a real data here). Please help to guess the used encoding. It is like Base64, but it is not Base64. This isn’t XXE nor UUE encoding also. We know that these sources were used, maybe it will help guessing the name ..
We have binary data stored in an Android application’s SQLite database as a string. We can’t determine what encoding was used (but this is not Base64) and we want to decode data. Can’t paste real data here but it looks like garbage: aQ:/#gE#:28`@G+ Maybe these sources were used https://github.com/zxing/zxing/blob/master/core/src/main/java/com/google/zxing/datamatrix/decoder/DecodedBitStreamParser.java We need to decode data in ..
I have a folder, some of the files in the folder has a Chinese name. I have tried the following code in docker. import os path = os.getcwd() file_list = os.listdir(path) for f in file_list: print(f.encode(‘utf-8’).decode(‘utf-8’, ‘ignore’)) Unfortunatelly, the file which contains Chinese cannot revert to its raw in this way. I have tried the ..
I am new on coding so I don’t know much about it… I want to make a code that encode the alphabet as a =c and decode it as c=a and encode as y=a,z=b can anyone help me Source: Python..
I try to adapt this old python script to this day, im getting error syntax whan execute it.Do i have to add some ( or : characters ? output_str is also using "" how i can pass argument ? # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- import sys KEY = “x” def xor(data, key): key = str(key) ..
I am strugling to create a simple streamlit app to read an open source ods file over the internet. I end up with this code: import streamlit as st import pandas as pd import numpy as np import pandas_ods_reader from pandas_ods_reader import read_ods st.title(‘Lotação de servidores’) url = (‘http://www.transparencia.mpf.mp.br/conteudo/gestao-de-pessoas/quadro-de-servidores/ativo/2021/quadro-de-servidores_2021_Setembro.ods’) df = pd.read_csv(url, encoding=’ISO-8859-1′, header=7, sep=’t’, ..
This question probably can be solved, if i do right thing and spend time to read about encoding, but i be happy if you guide me towards understanding which problem occures there: I wont change single text value in Dota game client.dll file from 1200 to 1600. So, its looking it can work some primitive ..
The code which shows the e – mail messages: from __future__ import print_function import pickle import os.path from googleapiclient.discovery import build from google_auth_oauthlib.flow import InstalledAppFlow from google.auth.transport.requests import Request import base64 from apiclient import errors import payload from bs4 import BeautifulSoup messagecount=int(input(" Please write the email message count which wants to be show:")) # If ..