bliptv.reader V1.0 released


I am pleased to announce Version 1.0 of bliptv.reader, a package for easy access to videos hosted on blip.tv. You can get it via PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/bliptv.reader What is bliptv.reader ---------------------- bliptv.reader is a Python wrapper around the API of video ...
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Mighty Geometry Helper v1.0

Its called the Geometry "Helper" because I couldn't figure out how to find the orthocenter of a triangle using python. It solves everything up to the algebra part, that's where the human comes in. This is kinda experimental because I haven't tested everything out but so far it has 5 features. Notes: Finds the slope of a line Can tell if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another Finds the orthocenter of a triangle(kinda) Can tell if a triangle is a right triangle Finds the midpoint of a line If you find bugs please tell me If you know how to use algebra in python please tell me It is a little sloppy, just thought that today's challenge would lead to the ease of tomorrow's geometry homework Please help me with the bugs I have already found Known Bugs: When finding the slope sometimes it will spit out a zero instead of a fraction or a decimal Has error's in finding slope when zero's are involved(It says "Cannot divide by 0" even when I solve it without having to divide by 0) If you have any suggestions for the next version, please tell me P.S:Don't run this in the IDLE unless you want a black window popping up every two seconds Code: import os import platform def clearer(): \t\tsystemver=platform.release() \t\tif systemver=='XP': \t\t\t\tos.system("cls") \t\telif systemver=='Vista': \t\t\t\tos.system("clear") \t\telse: \t\t\t\tos.system("clear") def menu(): \t\tprint 'To find the slope of a line, press:1' \t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\tprint 'To find the orthocenter of a triangle, press: 3' \t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press: 4' \t\tprint 'To find the midpoint of a line, press: 5' \t\tx = int(raw_input("What do you want to do: ")) \t\tclearer() \t\tif x==1: \t\t\t\tslope() \t\tif x==2: \t\t\t\tparaperp() \t\tif x==3: \t\t\t\tortho() \t\tif x==4: \t\t\t\tright() \t\tif x==5: \t\t\t\tmid() \t\tif x > 4: \t\t\t\tprint 'Please pick a number between 1 and 4' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tmenu() \t\tif x < 1: \t\t\t\tprint 'Please pick a number between 1 and 4' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tmenu() def slope(): #Add error handling \t\tx1 = int(raw_input("What is the first x coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tx2 = int(raw_input("What is the second x coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\ty1 = int(raw_input("What is the first y coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\ty2 = int(raw_input("What is the second y coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'Solving.....' \t\tprint (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) \t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'To return to the menu, press:1' \t\tprint 'To find another slope, press:2' \t\tx = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tif x==1: \t\t\t\tmenu() \t\tif x==2: \t\t\t\tslope() def paraperp(): \t\tprint 'If you have not found your two slopes, press: 1' \t\tprint 'If you have already found your two slopes, press: Enter' \t\tz = raw_input("What would you like to do:") \t\tif z==1: \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tslope() \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'If one of your slopes are in decimal or fraction form, press:1' \t\tprint 'If not, press: 2' \t\ta = input('What would you like to do') \t\tclearer() \t\tif a==1: \t\t\t\tperp() \t\tif a==2: \t\t\t\tperpa() def perp(): \t\tq = int(raw_input('What is the numerator of the fraction:')) \t\tw = int(raw_input('What is the denominator of the fraction:')) \t\te = int(raw_input('What is the second slope:')) \t\tr = q / w \t\tif r.denominator==-(e.numerator): \t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are perpendicular' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp() \t\tif r.numerator==-(e.denominator): \t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are perpendicular' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp() \t\telse: \t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are not perpendicular' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp() def perpa(): \t\tx = int(raw_input("What is the first slope:")) \t\tclearer() \t\ty = int(raw_input("What is the second slope:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'solving......' \t\tif x==y: \t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are parallel' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp() \t\tif not x==y: \t\t\t\tprint 'The lines are not perpendicular or parallel' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a line is perpendicular or parallel to another, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tparaperp() def ortho():# First point is a,b 2nd is c,d third is e,f \t\ta = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the first point:"))# let coords a,b = point A \t\tclearer() \t\tb = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the first point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tc = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the second point:"))# let coords c,d = point B \t\tclearer() \t\td = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the second point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\te = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the third point:"))# let coords e,f = point C \t\tclearer() \t\tf = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the third point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tg = (d - b) / (c - a)#slope of line AB \t\th = (f - b) / (e - a)#slope of line BC \t\ti = (f - d) / (e - c)#slope of line AC \t\t#begin defining midpoints \t\tj = (a + c) / 2# x,y of midpoint of line AB \t\tk = (b + d) / 2 \t\tl = (c + e) / 2#x,y of midpoint of line BC \t\tm = (d + f) / 2 \t\tn = (e + a) / 2#x,y of midpoint of line AC \t\to = (f + b) / 2 \t\tp = (m - b) / (l - a) # Slope of A and midpoint of BC \t\tq = (o - d) / (n - c) # Slope of B and midpoint of AC \t\tprint 'This is as far as I can take you my friend, as I can not do algebra, but I will show you the path to knowledge' \t\tprint 'Let the first point you gave me = A' \t\tprint 'Let the second point you gave me = B' \t\tprint 'Let the third point you gave me = C' \t\tprint 'Let the midpoint of BC = M' \t\tprint 'Let the midpoint of AC = N' \t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter') \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'The slope of AM is:' \t\tprint p \t\tprint 'The slope of BN is:' \t\tprint q \t\tprint 'Use the equation y=mx+b, I will break this down for you, the equation is:' \t\tprint b \t\tprint '=' \t\tprint p \t\tprint a \t\tprint '+ b' \t\tprint 'Your jobs is to solve for b, then the you have the equation of AM' \t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter') \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'Now use y=mx+b to find the equation for BN' \t\tprint d \t\tprint '=' \t\tprint q \t\tprint c \t\tprint '+ b' \t\tprint 'Again, solve for b, then you have the equation for AM and BN' \t\traw_input('Write this information down, then press enter') \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'Finally, to find the x,y of the orthocenter' \t\tprint 'You write both equations equalling each other without the "y"(ex: mx+b=mx+b)' \t\tprint 'That solved for x, now for y:' \t\tprint 'Use one of your equations(doesnt matter which one) and plug in the x coordinate found in the last step to find y.' \t\traw_input('You are done, press enter to continue') \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\tprint 'To find another orthocenter, press:2' \t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\tmenu() \t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\tortho() def mid(): \t\tx1 = int(raw_input("What is the first x coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tx2 = int(raw_input("What is the second x coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\ty1 = int(raw_input("What is the first y coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\ty2 = int(raw_input("What is the second y coordinate:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tprint 'Solving.....' \t\tx = (x1 + x2) / 2 \t\ty = (y1 + y2) / 2 \t\tprint 'The x coordinate is:' \t\tprint x \t\tprint 'The y coordinate is' \t\tprint y \t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\tprint 'To find another midpoint, press:2' \t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\tmenu() \t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\tmid() def right(): \t\ta = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the first point:"))# let coords a,b = point A \t\tclearer() \t\tb = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the first point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tc = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the second point:"))# let coords c,d = point B \t\tclearer() \t\td = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the second point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\te = int(raw_input("What is the x coordinate of the third point:"))# let coords e,f = point C \t\tclearer() \t\tf = int(raw_input("What is the y coordinate of the third point:")) \t\tclearer() \t\tg = (d - b) / (c - a)#slope of line AB \t\th = (f - b) / (e - a)#slope of line BC \t\ti = (f - d) / (e - c)#slope of line AC \t\tif g.denominator==-(h.numerator):#GH \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\tif g.numerator==-(h.denominator): \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\tif g.denominator==-(i.numerator):#GI \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\tif g.numerator==-(i.denominator): \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\tif h.denominator==-(i.numerator):#HI \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\tif h.numerator==-(i.denominator): \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() \t\telse: \t\t\t\tprint 'The triangle is not a right triangle' \t\t\t\traw_input('Press enter to continue') \t\t\t\tprint 'To return to the main menu, press:1' \t\t\t\tprint 'To see if a triangle is a right triangle, press:2' \t\t\t\tv = int(raw_input("What would you like to do:")) \t\t\t\tclearer() \t\t\t\tif v==1: \t\t\t\t\t\tmenu() \t\t\t\tif v==2: \t\t\t\t\t\tright() menu()
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