Category : exec

I have a class that inherits another class in the following manner for some reasons (for example) class student(): def __init__(self,Name_,Grade_): self.Name=Name_ self.Grade_=Grade #Some other code class Classroom(student): def __init__(self,Class_Name_,Class_Supervisoir_,list_of_students_Names_, List_of_Students_Grades_): self.Class_Name=Class_Name_ self.Class_Supervisoir=Class_Supervisoir_ self.list_of_students_Names=list_of_students_Names_ self.List_of_Students_Grades=List_of_Students_Grades_ for _,__ in enumerate(self.List_of_Students_Grades): exec("self.Student_"+str(__)+"=student("+str(__)+","+str( self.List_of_Students_Grades[_])+")" I want to create a number of instances form the class "student", but as ..

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I followed these instructions for creating a setup.py file that would install a Python "executable" script. This is my project’s structure: pkgexec/ setup.py pkgexec/ __init__.py __main__.py core.py As per the instructions, the __main__.py‘s main() method is an entry point in setup.py: from setuptools import setup, find_packages setup( name="pkgexec", version="0.2.0", packages=find_packages(), entry_points={ "console_scripts": ["pkgexec = pkgexec.__main__:main"]}, ..

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I am trying to run a script that sequentially changes some parameters in a config file (MET_config_EEv40.cfg) and runs a script (‘IS_MET_EEv40_RAW.py’) that retrieves these new config parameters: config_filename = os.getcwd() + ‘/MET_config_EEv40.cfg’ import sys parser = configparser.ConfigParser() parser.read(‘MET_config_EEv40.cfg’) parser.set(‘RAW’, ‘product’, ‘ERA’) parser.set(‘RAW’, ‘gee_product’, ‘ECMWF/ERA5_LAND/HOURLY’) parser.set(‘RAW’, ‘indicator’, ‘PRCP’) parser.set(‘RAW’, ‘resolution’, ‘11110’) with open(‘MET_config_EEv40.cfg’, ‘w’) as ..

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As a minimal example, I want to timeit fn function which has a x variable inside. So I passed {‘x’: 20, ‘fn’: fn} as my global namespace: from timeit import timeit def fn(): print(‘This line executed.’) return x print(timeit(‘fn()’, globals={‘x’: 20, ‘fn’: fn}, number=1_000_000)) I thought that because x is not local, Python checks the ..

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I am trying to execute a python file from my python code that I am using. This is my code: from tkinter import * def send(): exec(open(‘usersend.py’).read()) with open("User_Data.txt") as f: lines = f.read() ##Assume the sample file has 3 lines second = lines.split()[2] root = Tk() label = Label(root, text=’Welcome, ‘ + second + ..

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I wrote an exec script that should launch my program with open("src/my_app.py") as p: exec(p.read()) The first part of my_app.py is argument parsing if __name__=="__main__": args = parser.parse_args() _address = args.rpc_ip _port = args.rpc_port After that I create a functional that will later launch the main function once all the arguments are collected loop = ..

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For some reason the exec() function does not work properly when used inside a Thread class. It seems like import statements and function definitions are not globally updated. Here’s an example code to reproduce the issue: import threading import time as t class Worker(threading.Thread): def __init__(self): super(Worker, self).__init__() self.locals = locals() self.globals = globals() def ..

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