Category : type-conversion

I have a list of constraints [‘y6+y7-d*y1>=0’, ‘1*y2+1*y3-1*u1*d-y6-y7+d*y1>=0’, ‘1*y4+1*y5-u2*1*d-y6-y7+d*y1>=0’, ‘1*x1+1*x2-1*d-1*y2-1*y3+1*u1*d-1*y4-1*y5+u2*1*d+y6+y7-d*y1>=0’, ‘cap1*y1-y6>=0’, ‘1*cap1*u1-1*y2-cap1*y1+y6>=0’, ‘1*cap1*y1-1*y4-cap1*y1+y6>=0’, ‘1*cap1*u1-1*x1-1*cap1*u1+1*y2-1*cap1*y1+1*y4+cap1*y1-y6>=0’, ‘cap2*y8-y7>=0’, ‘1*cap2*y1-1*y3-cap2*y8+y7>=0’, ‘1*cap2*u2-1*y5-cap2*y8+y7>=0’, ‘1*cap2*u2-1*x2-1*cap2*y1+1*y3-1*cap2*u2+1*y5+cap2*y8-y7>=0’, ‘1*y1-y1>=0’, ‘u1*1-1*u1-1*y1+y1>=0’, ‘u2*1-1*y1-1*y1+y1>=0’, ‘1-1*u1-u1*1+1*u1-u2*1+1*y1+1*y1-y1>=0’, ‘1*y1-y8>=0’, ‘u1*1-1*y1-1*y1+y8>=0’, ‘u2*1-1*u2-1*y1+y8>=0’, ‘1-1*u2-u1*1+1*y1-u2*1+1*u2+1*y1-y8>=0’], [‘x1 + x2 – d>=0’, ‘cap1*u1-x1>=0’, ‘cap2*u2-x2>=0’, ‘1-u1>=0’, ‘1-u2>=0’] And I want to add those constraints to my Gurobi model as in this example: c1 = lifted_model.addConstr(y6+y7-d*y1>=0,"c1") But, Gurobi ..

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I have a list of strings represented as dictionaries and I want to convert them to dictionaries using list comprehension. my data looks like this: [‘{"A":"1"}’,'{"B":"2"}’] The output should be: [{"A":"1"},{"B":"2"}] I tried this: dict_var = [i for i in list_var] And it’s just returning the same result without any change! Source: Python-3x..

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I’m new to python. I tried different ways to add values to my code. I need to use the input numbers (e.g 0400 or 0352)to add to the dictionary then convert to time (e.g 4:00 or 3:52). employee1_data = {}; def login_time_admin_a(): while True: print(""" ============================== | PLEASE ENTER YOUR INFO | ============================== """) time=input("ENTER ..

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I am using Python’s request library to retrieve data from a web API. When viewing my data using requests.text, it returns a string of a large JSON object, e.g., ‘{"Pennsylvania": {"Sales": [{"date":"2021-12-01", "id": "Metric67", … ‘ Naturally, the type of this object is currently a string. What is the best way to cover this string/JSON ..

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I’m working on a project with heavy usage of AWS Signature. Now my task is to find a way to send an SHA256-hashed byte "string" to a client via JSON. The given "string" looks like this: b’xd2x99Qxb5^x89x99xc3xa7\x98.x00x87xaf`|Exd2xc9:B)xc5xfex869Xxd1xc5Kxb4′ Yes, I am using python. That "string" is a product of encoding a byte string to utf-8, then ..

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