I need help in checking on how to implement a python code to check for files availability in 10 different GCS buckets in sequential manner if any files are available those files should be written to a file.. Any suggestions on who to implement the logic or sample code snippets will be much helpful. Thanks ..
Test code: fetch_criteria = AND(seen=False), AND(NOT(uid=[’61’,’88’])) for message in mailbox.fetch(fetch_criteria, mark_seen=False, charset=’utf8′, limit=10): print(message.uid) Server response: SEARCH command error: BAD [b’Could not parse command’] Please help me correctly create the conditions to exclude emails with UID 66 and 88 Source: Python-3x..
I have a lists of lists: lst = [ [1,2,3], [1,2,3], [1,2,3] ] How would I be able to add each column of the list to an empty list. By column I mean, lst[i][column], e.g. 1,1,1 then 2,2,2, etc. and get a new list like this: [1,1,1,2,2,2,3,3,3] So far I have tried: pos = 0 ..
I’m getting KeyErrors while running Celery (both with v4.1.0 – latentcall and v4.4.7 – cliffs), using RabbitMQ v3.6.6 as the transport and memcached v1.4.33 as the backend. We’re running Python 2.7.13 on Debian 9, so, due to the Python version, Celery v4.4.7 is as high as we can go. Sometimes Celery processing runs fine for ..
This piece of code when run on Python 2.7.16 and 3.8.3 produces different results: import tempfile import os fd, lockfile = tempfile.mkstemp() flags = os.O_RDWR | os.O_CREAT mode = ‘w+b’ fd = os.open(lockfile, flags) fileobj = os.fdopen(fd, mode) print(fileobj.mode) os.remove(lockfile) In 2.7 it prints w+b as expected but in 3.8 it prints rb+. Why wouldn’t ..
I have some images ,array size of 128,128,3 . now I want to join two or three images such a way that the images overlap 30 pixels from first image and 30 pixels from second image. lets say (img1.right-30pixel)+(img2left-30pixel) . Then normalize the image by 2. so it will give me a new concatenated image ..
I am learning arp spoofing using kali Linux, when I run my code this what I get. How can I correct that error?enter image description here Below is my code: **#!/usr/bin/env python import scapy.all as scapy import time target_ip = "10.0.2.16" gateway_ip = "10.0.2.1" def get_mac(ip): arp_request = scapy.ARP(pdst=ip) broadcast = scapy.Ether(dst="ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff") arp_request_broadcast = broadcast/arp_request ..
I am trying to read image path from a list named charpath . In that list, I have stored the full path of 163 images . I am doing it because I had to retrieve the duplicated images paths , so that I can make a class of the same images . But the thing ..
I have two data frames, Df and Df2. I want to assign records in Df2 to Df1 to create the Df2_assigned_Df_1 data frame Df. A B C C I J J Df2 C A J C Df2_assigned_toDf_1 A —– 2.A B C —– 1.C C —– 4.C I J —– 3.J J How can I ..
Now I know the title is not very clear, but I didn’t know how to phrase it. The whole idea is that I am doing a python challenge. The challenge is to find how many numbers of two different sequences(thus being the Fibonacci sequence, and 2^n) can be added to a running count as long ..