I have two different jupyter notebooks open in the same folder of the same directory. In NB #1, I can import sys fine and update sys.path accordingly: import sys sys.path = ["../../src/"] + sys.path In NB #2, in the same folder, the import works fine, but I get this error trying to access path: AttributeError ..
The data printed well according to the looping I make but I received File I/O error after it finish written on txt. I didnt indent all_true because it calculate total value. Can anybody tell whats wrong and why the system throws value i/o error? import sys with open(‘testing.txt’, ‘w’) as f: sys.stdout = f for ..
The opponentCorner Function is supposed to return a move(String). N is a positive Integer in this case 4. It is the first line of the file. The problem is that I get "Whats going on"(None) as a output when I try to compare the opponentsFirstTurn(read from File. In this case "B4") with concatenated String(the variables ..
Is there a maximum amount of levels of nesting lists in Python? I’ve combed the documentation over and can’t seem to find a direct answer on this. I have found in the SYS documentation (https://docs.python.org/3.8/library/sys) that the default level of recursive calls is 1000, but I’m not sure if this effects nested lists also. Source: ..
This may seem really basic, but for some reason I cannot get any program with sys.argv to print in command line. Instead, a new cmd window is very quickly opened, displaying no text within itself, then closed. Immediately after this, cmd skips a line and prints C:Users(my userid)>, awaiting a new input. my code is ..
i am trying to make a simple RGB animation with python, and i am having some difficulties. The problem really is the output, that is completely wrong as what i wanted. Code: def animation(message): def yuh(): while True: colors = dict(Fore.__dict__.items()) for color, i in zip(colors.keys(), range(20)): sys.stdout.write(colors[color] + message + "r") sys.stdout.flush() sys.stdout.write(‘b’) time.sleep(0.5) ..
I was looking for a fast way to show from terminal command line the plot 2D between 2 columns of data from an input file. I found this link : simple-plotting especially the plot script : #!/usr/bin/python3 from __future__ import division import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import sys fcns = sys.argv.split(‘;’) minx ..
i am trying to use a face recognition code i took from a website but it gives me this error "Exception has occurred: IndexError list index out of range" what should i do. this is the code: import cv2 import sys cascPath = sys.argv faceCascade = cv2.CascadeClassifier(cascPath) video_capture = cv2.VideoCapture(0) while True: # Capture frame-by-frame ..
my first small GUI made with tkinter on python3.9 IDLE doesn’t close. my code is: import tkinter, sys def ende(): sys.exit(0) window = tkinter.Tk() anzeige = tkinter.Label(window, text = "Guten Tag") knopf = tkinter.Button(window, text = "Ende", command = ende) anzeige.pack() knopf.pack() window.mainloop() a small GUI opens with a button "Ende" and when i click ..
I have a Heroku app running a discord.py bot and I want to make a remote shutdown command. If I was running from bash i could just do this with exit() or sys.exit() but neither of these work in Heroku as the app will startup again after the exit() because it thinks its a crash. ..