Category : keyword-argument

I’m using python3.8 and multipledispatch library in order to overload a method signature. multipledispatch documentation examples suggests overloading like this: from multipledispatch import dispatch @dispatch(int, int) def add(x, y): print(x + y) @dispatch(str, str) def add(x, y): print(f'{x} {y}’) add(1, 2) add(‘hello’, ‘world’) but in my case I want to call add with keyword arguments ..

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I have a function answer_question: NOTICE: 2 normal arguments in this function. def answer_question(question, answer_type, **kwargs): # do xyz return answer I have another function that uses it that I want to process a dictionary of questions. That dict would look like this: # Format: question: answer_settings questions_dict = { ‘What’s your favorite color?’: {‘answer_type’: ..

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What is the right way to build wrappers around the test_train_split function with *args and **kwargs? To give more context, data science often require to create a test-validate-train split, so I thought to build a wrapper like def train_validate_test_split(*dataframe, **options): train, test = train_test_split(dataframe, options) train, val = train_test_split(train, options) return train, val, test that ..

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I wanted to have a small function that prints an error message and then terminates the program. When I changed the program termination method from sys.exit() to raise RuntimeError(), suddenly my message stopped being printed. I then debugged the method for some time, but I do not understand why the order of the prints is ..

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