i am trying to print data in wikipedia in python. but if i put "results=1" in the wikipedia.summary. it would not print the first result. it gives the warning: unexpected keyword argument ‘results’. does anyone know how to fix it? @client.command() async def wiki(ctx, search=None,): channel = ctx.message.channel if search is None: language = "nl" ..
i have made a discord command which let you print text from the wikipedia page you fill in. but there is one problem. you can only print 2000 words in discord. so is there a way to set a maximum of words which is going to print? even if the text isnt complete @client.command() async ..
I am using wikipedia module in Python to extract the links in pages. wikipedia.page(x).links However, I only need the links that exists in the main contents of the page, not the ones that are included in the references, further reading, etc. Is there a way to extract those relevant links only? Thanks Talal Source: Python ..
I’m working on a code to scrape data on NBA players age straight from Wikipedia, pretty much finished it some days ago, returned to it today to check if it’s working, whole code looks like this (I’ve added try/except statement in yyyy_mm_dd_to_age function and commented out the extra code that works fine): import bs4 import ..
I have been given an assignment on to fetch page id and list of see-also links from a wiki page. I was able to get the page id but could not find a way to achieve the same thing for see-also link. Here’s my sample code import requests import logging logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) logger.setLevel(logging.INFO) formatter ..
I am in my high school, and I’m new to python,I am cuurently using VS CODE I wanted to import wikipedia but it asked me to install wikipedia first, how do i install wikipedia in python. Source: Python..
I need to extract companies’ information from wikipedia. I have the name of companies and use the following code to get their information. Def_wiki= non_wiki= title_wiki= for i in company_uni: try: Def_wiki.append(wikipedia.summary(i)) title_wiki.append(i) except: non_wiki.append(i) the problem is there are some false positive. I get some information for a title but it is not for ..
I am working on a project making a virtual assistant. while I am testing all the functions to make sure that no mistake and this is happening. When I said "Wikipedia" it will ask me "what topic you need to listen about" and I said "Rowan Atkinson" and it works, but when I ask for ..
I would like to download table from Wikipedia.org from this link as a Pandas Data Frame to Jupyter Lab: https://pl.wikisource.org/wiki/Polskie_powiaty_wed%C5%82ug_kodu_TERYT There is only one table and not complicated, how can I do that in Python ? Source: Python..
Decoding normal URL escaped characters is a fairly easy task with python. If you want to decode something like: Wikivoyage:%E5%88%A0%E9%99%A4%E8%A1%A8%E5%86%B3 All you need to use is: import urllib urllib.parse.unquote(‘Wikivoyage:%E5%88%A0%E9%99%A4%E8%A1%A8%E5%86%B3’) And you get: ‘Wikivoyage:删除表决’ However, I have identified some characters which this does not work with, namely 4-digit % decoded strings: For example: %25D8 This apparently ..