I'm trying to expose this function to Python using SWIG:
And I want SWIG to generate wrapping code for Python so I can see it as a list of integers.
Adding this ...
A function should select rows in a table based on the row name (column 2 in this case). It should be able to take either a single name or a list ...
I have a list of numbers that i would like to send out onto a socket connection as binary data.
As an example, i start off with the following list:
data = ...
I am new to Python. Here's what I am trying to do:
- Slice a long binary string into 3 digit-long chunks.
- Store each "chunk" into a list called row.
- Convert each ...
I have read a file in and converted each line into a list. A sample of the list looks like:
['15', '2', '0'], ['63', '3', '445', '456' '0'], ['23', '4', '0']
i want ...
If i had a list of numbers and some maybe negative, how would i ensure all numbers in my list were positive? I can covert the items in the list to ...
Let's say I have a list of 10 integers and I want the result of multiplying the first 5 together. Is there a pythonic way of doing this? Python ...
What is the easiest way to convert list with str into list with int in python? =)
For example, we have to convert
[1,2,3]. Of course, we can use ...
testGroupList is a list of integer.
I need to check the numbers in testGroupList is sequential and not duplicate numbers. Ignore the negative integer.
For example, [1,2,-1,2,3,4] is an error as 2 ...
coinCount = [2 for i in range(4)]
total = sum(coinCount)
This gives me
TypeError: 'int' object is not callable
I don't understand why because
>>> LISTL = 
>>> VAR1 = 0
>>> def foo():
... VAR1 += 1
... return VAR1
, I get this error:
UnboundLocalError: local variable ...
I have a list with numeric strings, like so:
numbers = ['1', '5', '10', '8'];
I would like to convert every list element to integer, so it would look like this:
numbers = [1, ...
This should be a fairly straight forward python question, but I'm getting stuck getting the syntax right.
Let's say I have a string:
and I want to convert this to a map like ...
I would need to use the map function in Python(2.4.4) to add 1 to each item in the list, so I tried converting the strings into integers.
line=[['10', '13\n'], ['3', '4\n'], ['5', ...
I have a list:
['Jack', 18, 'IM-101', 99.9]
How do I filter it to get only the integers from it??
map(int, x) but it gives error.
ValueError: invalid literal for ...
I have a list like
['-1', '1,2,3', '2'] and I want to extract all the integers in it.
I don't know the number of integers in each position of the list ie ...
I have a list of integers and I was wondering if it would be possible to add to individual integers in this list. This is for a College Project, so if ...
What I want to do is print the integers 0 through 5 in the code below but all I get is an address of the iterator?
# Assign list "time" with the following time values.
time = [15, 27, 32, 36.5, 38.5, 40.5, 41.5, 42, 43.5, 45.5, 47.5, 52.5]
# Remove 1st value(0) from the ...
Trying to remove single quotes from around numbers. I'm working with third paty data that's not well typed.
lst = [ ('text','2','3','4'), ('text2','4','5','6') ]
y= [map(int,i) ...
Can I make a list of numbers from 1 to 6 in one line without a loop?
I'm looking to write a function that takes the integers within a list, such as [1, 2, 3], and returns a new list with the squared integers; [1, 4, 9]
How would ...
How should I configure import_transform and export_transform im my configuration yaml file to be able to export and import multiple integer property?
I want define an int(987654321) <=> [9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1] convertor, if the length of int number < 9, for example 10 the list will ...
I'm trying to do something usefull with some itens in list in the following code:
command = Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdout=PIPE)
command_strip = command.stdout.read().strip()
def minmax (actual, min, max):
print 'actual', actual, type(actual)
print 'min', min, type(min)
print 'max', max, type(max)
I want to get [2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12] list from it.
Is there any built-in function for it in python?
UPD. I suppose, the straight answer is No. ...
I've been tinkering in python this week and I got stuck on something.
If I had a 2D list like this:
myList = [[1,2],[3,4],[5,6]]
and I did this
it would return
However, I want the ...
there is my problem:
i'm trying to get all numbers from a Tkinter's text widget(get's the text from a file) this way:
text = self.text_field.get(1.0, 'end')
s = re.findall("\d+", text)
I have a problem with my program and I was able to reproduce this unexpected (at least unexpected to me) behavior in a small scale so now I'm certain it is ...
Say I have a list of numbers. How would I do to check that every item in the list is an int?
I have searched around, but haven't been able to find ...
Working in Python, given a list of N sets of integers from the range range(s,n), how can I build a list that groups all these integers according to their set memberships? ...
I wish to write a function foo to produce the following output:
foo(0) -> "01 00"
foo(1) -> "01 01"
foo() -> "01 00"
foo() -> "01 01"
foo([0,1]) -> "02 00 01"
foo([0,1,10]) -> "03 00 ...
I've got a very long ( 1000 digit ) number.
I want to convert it into a list , how would you go about it since :
TypeError: 'long' ...
I am trying to subclass
type in order to create a class allowing to build specialized types. e.g. a
>>> ListOfInt = ListType(list, value_type=int)
>>> issubclass(ListOfInt, list)
>>> issubclass(list, ListOfInt)
>>> # And ...
In my python Script I have:
user = nuke.getInput("Frames Turned On")
userLst = [user]
I was wondering How I would remove the ' in the list, or somehow convert it into int?
As an example:
>> s = '0123456'
['0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6']
I have come up with this:
>> map( lambda x:int(x), list(s) )
[0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
Can this ...
Can't seem to find a clue to this online and can't figure it out myself so:
How would I go about slicing a list so that I return a list of slices ...
I am trying to call a reduce on a list that contains ints and longs. For example,
reduce( int.__mul__, [ 231212312412L, 3 ], 1 )
but I get an unimplemented error. and when ...
How to convert strings into integers in python?
I need to change a list of strings into a list of integers how do i ...
I not familiar with python and need help to convert a list containing strings and numbers (all represented as strings!) to a new list that include only the numbers.
I am using a python script and gflags to iterate over a list of possible config values for a project, write them to configuration files, and run the project.
I'm currently doing ...
Sorry for the poor title, basically I want to access a
list item based on another
catList = [john, james, jack]
dateList = [1y, 2y, 3m]
for item in catList:
I am trying to add together two lists so the first item of one list is added to the first item of the other list, second to second and so on ...
Ok so I made a method in python that does exactly what I want it to but its really ugly and repetitive, all it needs to do is get the first ...
yeah I was trying to scale the data to look better on the program that my school offers. What I ended up doing was changing the list to an integer, like so. int(Col1[b]) * -3 which worked when I was using a positive data scheme. My new problem seems to be when working with negative data input it gives me an ...
TypeError: list indices must be integers, not dict fix? by TheRake Sun May 01, 2011 8:51 am For my delete function, which is number 4. It comes up with a type error. Can anyone help fix my code so it works again? Thanks. Code: Select all #Updated Film Database records =  #User Input user =" " while user !="0": ...
I am getting "list index out of range" for index values within the range of the referenced list. For example, list fails whereas list[list.index('valueInList')] succeeds. Where 'valueInList' is extracted from the list during a loop. Here's the code Code: Select all for line in inFile.readlines(): if line.find('POLB') : line = line.strip() ...
Hello all, I am writing an interpreter for the Brainf**k(It's a real thing, look it up) programming language in Python and this is the only part of the interpreter that doesn't function correctly. My question is: When I run the program and I do this: , b . Why doesn't it print "b"? Thanks in advance! Code: Select ...
New python user here, and I need a bit of help with manipulating lists of homemade objects. I have two object classes ("Drift" and "Quad") that both inherit from the same superclass. I'm attempting to build a large list of these, and, since this list contains a lot of repetition, I'd like to build this list by first creating a smaller ...
How are we to know if it's one massive list or a bunch of separate lists? Try a for loop, if it allows you to do an int on the variable within your for loop it's a single list. If not try another loop within the first loop and so on. What code have you got so far? Also please change ...
flags = [0, 0, 0, 0] def change_flag(event): for ix,button in enumerate(buttons): if event.widget == button: flag[ix] = not flag[ix] buttons =  for i in flags: button = Button(...) ...