I am trying to know more about how paths work in python and I encountered the next problem. When I try to call the full path I use the following -> "./Folder/archive2", and this works perfectly well when my .py file is in the same directory as the folder containing this ‘archive2’, but lets say ..
The Python’s default version is 2.7.0 on my MacOS, python –version Python 2.7.16 python3 –version Python 3.9.9 and Python3 has been installed via homebrew, how to make it as default? I want to make it point to the correct directory instead of using alias. type -a python python is /usr/bin/python type -a python3 python3 is ..
I just tried to setup python by myself on my new M1 Mac. Last time I did it with anaconda but now I wanted to try it the manual way. So I installed Homebrew and installed Python3 via Homebrew (that comes with pip3). The last thing I wanted to do is installing pipenv and now ..
My .zshrc file has the following path: else export PATH="opt/anaconda3/bin:$PATH" fi But, after running echo $PATH I get the below output /usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/opt/anaconda3/envs/moby/bin:/opt/anaconda3/condabin I don’t know why the part with anaconda is at the end of $PATH Source: Python..
I would like to programmatically generate svg path by given data. I have something like this: The columns contain information on which direction the route is turning (straight, right, left), what is the long distance and how many meters the turning radius is (in meters). Can you tell me where to look or help me ..
I have a python script which I would like to call csv and xlsx from a specific folder without having to specify the directory of each files needed to run the program. import pandas as pd df = pd.read_excel(“WindDirectionWest2.xlsx”) df.drop(df.columns[df.columns.str.contains(‘unnamed’,case = False)],axis = 1, inplace = True) hey=df[“WindDirection”].mean() print(int(hey)) df = pd.read_excel(“WindDirectionSouth2.xlsx”) df.drop(df.columns[df.columns.str.contains(‘unnamed’,case = False)],axis ..
I’m in battle with one error sine yesterday. I checked similar topics on stackoverflow, but nothing worked. That’s my project structure: When I type: uvicorn main:app –reload To start fastapi this error occure: File ".main.py", line 2, in from scraper.scraper import Scraper File ".scraperscraper.py", line 3, in import pandas as pd ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ..
I’ve created an environment using virtualenv and installed some packages to it as well as imported global packages. I added this environment to Jupyter Lab as a kernel and have been using it for a project. It has been working fine, and global packages can be imported just fine. However, when I try to import ..
I have renamed a PyCharm project and its directory, but after the renaming, another folder appeared, but PyCharm recognizses it as if it was not in the correct file path (see image below): The "VSO-Token-Dashboard" is the new name I gave it (the old one is "VSO-Token-Unlocks"). The old folder remained, however. Notice the file ..
I am trying to write a python bot that will just simply upload mass files in a directory to a server. (Mostly game clips with a few screenshots.) The issue is when I pass the file path dynamically I get a file not found error. When passing it hardcoded it works fine. I have printed ..