I was kind of upset when I heard that


You don't seem to get what I'm saying! By "at least a good one", I mean a good compiler even if it's open source! I just need something to compile all the source preqrequisites, as apposed to all these damned installation files.
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Eclipse3.3 with Pydev 1.3.10 Mylar problem, have Mylyn

Right now I am trying to install pydev 1.3.10 on Eclipse 3.3. I am getting an Mylar error org.eclipse.mylar (2.0.0.v20070403-1300) or something needed. Mylyn is mylar, now. How do you disable the mylar dependency, so that Mylyn is used by PyDev
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hang in multithreaded program / python and gdb.

Hi I want to debug a locking situation in my program. http://wiki.python.org/moin/DebuggingWithGdb Where do I get binaries for - debug python 2.5 binary/rpm for FC7 Also, the description of the hang is as follows. 2 therads waiting in sem_wait@GLIBC_2.0 ... from PyThread_acquire_lock() 1 thread in _poll from _socketmodule.so. Any ideas what might be going on. (Isnt PyThread_acquire_lock() trying to get the global interpreter lock )
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Re: Pickled objects over the network

"Steve Holden" wrote: > Yes. Why - Hendrik
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automatical pdf generating

all, There are 50 folders in my hard driver C: C:\01.c:\02,...,c:\50 There are 4 pictures in each folder: 1.jpg,2.jpg,3.jpg,4.jpg For each folder, I want to print the 4 pictures into a single-paged pdf file (letter sized; print horizontally). together, I want to get 50 pdf files with names: 01.pdf,02.pdf,...,50.pdf. Is it possible to use Python to realized the above process I know there is a module named "reportlab". Is there any easy command in the module to do my job
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List Performance

If I happen to have a list that contains over 50,000 items, will the size of the list severely impact the performance of appending to the list
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gmpy and counting None

I just stumbled upon the following issue (I am running Debian): $ python Python 2.5.2 (r252:60911, Sep 29 2008, 21:15:13) [GCC 4.3.2] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> [2, None].count(None) 1 >>> from gmpy import mpz >>> [mpz(2), None].count(None) Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in TypeError: coercion to gmpy.mpz type failed >>> Is this a bug in gmpy If yes is there any way to issue the bug at http://code.google.com/p/gmpy/ without creating a gmail account
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undo a dictionary

I found code to undo a dictionary association. def undict(dd, name_space=globals()): for key, value in dd.items(): exec "%s = %s" % (key, repr(value)) in name_space So if i run >>> dx= { 'a':1, 'b': 'B'} >>> undict(dx) I get >>> print A, B 1 B Here, a=1 and b='B' This works well enough for simple tasks and I understand the role of globals() as the default names space, but creating local variables is a problem. Also having no output arguemtns to undict() seems counterintuitive. Also, the function fails if the key has spaces or operand characters (-,$,/,%). Finally I know I will have cases where not clearing (del(a,b)) each key-value pair might create problems in a loop. So I wonder if anyone has more elegant code to do the task that is basically the opposite of creating a dictionary from a set of globally assigned variables. And for that matter a way to create a dictionary from a set of variables (local or global). Note I am not simply doing and undoing dict(zip(keys,values))
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how to give focus to another application

I would like to know if 1)there is a Python way to tell under which terminal process a Python command-line application is running 2)there is a Python way to tell the OS to give focus to another window. Solutions for Windows, Linux and OS X are welcome, even if OS-specific (of course general solutions are better, but I can kludge & check the platform).
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Re: Building an RPM

You could use the module compileall to create .pyc and .pyo (http://www.python.org/doc/1.5.1p1/tut/node43.html) and do this in your %build stage. Or if you don't need to ship them, strike them from the package as they will be generated as necessary. On 4/17/08 2:19 PM, "John Sutherland" wrote: > Hi .. > > I'm attempting to build an RPM for Python 2.5.2, using the spec file > found in the standard tarball (Misc/RPM).. > > Currently, its failing cause it hasn't 'compiled' the tools .pyc > and .pyo's, saying the files aren't found. > > Anyone have any ideas (running on CentOS 4.3) > > --John > > >
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Inheriting automatic attributes initializer considered harmful?

Hi! I'm relatively new to Python, so maybe there is an obvious answer to my question, that I just didn't find, yet. I've got quite some classes (from a data model mapped with SQL-Alchemy) that can be instatiated using kwargs for the attribute values. Example: class User(object): def __init__(self, name=None): self.name = name u = User(name="user name") Writing such constructors for all classes is very tedious. So I subclass them from this base class to avoid writing these constructors: class AutoInitAttributes(object): def __init__(self, **kwargs): for k, v in kwargs.items(): getattr(self, k) # assure that the attribute exits setattr(self, k, v) Is there already a standard lib class doing (something like) this Or is it even harmful to do this Although I cannot see any problems with it, I feel very unsafe about that, because I've not seen this (in the few lines from some tutorials) before.
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Re: PEP idea: Instrumented Python

On Oct 12, 2007, at 12:10 PM, Jean-Paul Calderone wrote: > On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 11:33:11 -0500, Erik Jones > wrote: >> [snip] >> >> This got me thinking about building a module that could be included >> by projects that creates a socket and responds to messages on that >> socket in a separate thread from the main app so that you can connect >> to the app and explore its current state. Take a look at the >> evalexception module in Paste to see what he does. >> > > Or manhole in Twisted.
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Re: Convert obejct string repr to actual object

On 10/8/07, Tor Erik Snvisen wrote: > > > I've tried locating some code that can recreate an object from it's > string representation... > The object in question is really a dictionary containing other > dictionaries, lists, unicode strings, floats, ints, None, and > booleans. > > I don't want to use eval, since I can't trust the source sending the > object.... I'm sure someone must have had the same need and created > code for it... Maybe Pypy has what I need\t Haven't looked though... > >
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confused about why i get a type error when i call an object's method

I'm confused about why i get a type error when i call an object's method. Here's the example code: >>> class Foo: def __init__(self): self.foo = [] def foo(self): print "in foo!" >>> f = Foo() >>> dir(f) ['__doc__', '__init__', '__module__', 'foo'] >>> f.foo() Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in f.foo() TypeError: 'list' object is not callable >>>
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RE: Evolution of a pythonistas!

> > Wow Fred! You're awesome! How did you get 20 years in of Python when > it was created in 1991 You're right, programming skills exceed basic math. I think I started around 1990 with version 0.92 beta.
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ANN: Atox 0.5 released

What is it =========== Atox is a framework for automated markup. With it one can quite easily write custom scripts for converting plain text into XML in any way one wishes. Atox is normally used as a command-line script, using a simple XML language to specify the deed transformation from text to markup, but it is also possible to build custom parsers using the Atox library. The name (short for ASCII-to-XML) is inspired by such UNIX tools and system functions as atops and atoi. What can it do =============== With Atox you can write quite general parser that create XML from plain text files, using a special-purpose format language somewhat reminiscent of XSLT. You can also include XSLT fragments in your format description, to use transformations in concert with the Atox markup process. The examples in the distribution demonstrate how you can use Atox to: - Mark up a (relatively simple) technical document (the Atox manual); - Mark up code blocks only through indentation; - Nest lists through indentation - Discern between different indentation "shapes" (e.g. a block quote versus a description list item); - Transform simple LaTeX into XML; - Add XML "syntax highlighting" to Python code; - Mark up screenplays or stageplays, largely based on indentation; - Mark up simple fictional prose; - Mark up simple tables. What's new in 0.5 ================== These are the changes I've made: - Fixed some bugs. - Added support for XSLT fragments in Atox format files. - Added support for non-greedy repetition. - Added several new options to the configuration system. Split input and output encoding and made UTF-8 the default output encoding. Where can I get it =================== Atox is hosted at SourceForge (http://atox.sf.net) and the current release (0.5) is available for download via its project page (http://sf.net/projects/atox). The Small Print =============== Atox is released under the MIT license. It comes with no warranty of any kind. Also, even though the current version works well, and the project is currently (as per early 2004) being actively developed, there is no guarantee of continued support. What you see is what you get. -- Magnus Lie Hetland "Wake up!" - Rage Against The Machine http://hetland.org "Shut up!" - Linkin Park
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Python 2.3 for RISC OS

============================================================================ Python 2.3 for RISC OS release 2003-08-03 ============================================================================ I'm pleased to announce that binaries of Python 2.3 for RISC OS are available from http://www.schwertberger.de/python.html . RISC OS Python includes the following highlights: * An integrated interface to the SWI system * Drawfile support * Interfaces to the RISC OS WIMP and toolbox (with examples) * Numeric extension * PeerBoard: share your clipboard contents between multiple RISC OS and win32 computers over TCP/IP connections * SSLRelay: a simple SSL proxy server For use of Python you will need a filing system with long filename and >77 files/directory support. Bug reports etc. ================ RISC OS specific bug reports, contributions, comments, critics, links to RISC OS compatible Python libraries to dietmar@schwertberger.de
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The A-A-P project offers awards

Aap version 1.0 has been released. The next version should be even more powerful, faster, reliable and simpler to use. If you help making this possible you will not only receive appreciation from Aap users, but have a chance to make money as well! AWARDS 444 euro for the best contribution to the A-A-P project 222 euro for the most useful patch for Aap or Agide 111 euro for the brightest idea for the A-A-P project THE RULES - The "best contribution" can be anything that helps the progress of the A-A-P project or improves the usability of Aap and/or Agide. - The "most useful patch" can be for fixing a long standing bug, adding support for a specific compiler, a port to another system, etc. - The "brightest idea" is a suggestion for a useful addition to the A-A-P project or for improving Aap or Agide without the need for an actual implementation. - Contributions are to be sent to the A-A-P-develop maillist. No specific format is required. Everybody contributing to A-A-P automatically becomes a potential award winner. - You may submit as many times as you like. contributions must go under the GNU GPL. - The closing date is September 30, 2003. The winners will be announced on the A-A-P web site in October 2003. - The selection of the award winners will be done by Bram Moolenaar, the A-A-P project leader. - The money is provided by the NLnet foundation. A-A-P AT THE O'REILLY CONFERENCE Bram Moolenaar will do a presentation on Aap on July 10 at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland. See: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs...ew/e_sess/4026 There is also a BOF session about the A-A-P project: http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs...ew/e_sess/4348 You are welcome to join a discussion about the future of Aap. WHAT IS AAP The Aap program is make on steroids. It does everything that other build systems do, has a powerful script language build-in and has integrated internet support. You can use it to: - Build a program, on multiple platforms and in several variants - Download a file the moment it is needed - Maintain a web site (Aap is used for the Vim web site) - Download and install an application (like FreeBSD ports) - Obtain a module from CVS, update files in CVS - Generate and filter files - And much more Most of these things can be done with an Aap recipe of just a few lines. Have a look at the examples: http://www.a-a-p.org/examples.html. The Aap recipe works better than a Makefile in many ways: - Uses signatures to avoid trouble with timestamps; restoring an old version of a source file causes recompiling - Integrated support for up- and downloading - Integrated support for CVS (other version control systems can be added) - Python script can be used for more complicated tasks - Reduces the need for shell scripts, improves portability - Messages are brief, a log file contains the details - Automatically figures out dependencies for C programs - Simple syntax: mostly like a Makefile but avoids the need for line continuation backslashes, spaces in a file name are possible - Good support for a project with multiple directories Aap is written in Python. It runs on any Unix, MS-Windows and Mac OS X system with Python 1.5 or later, WHAT IS THE A-A-P PROJECT A-A-P makes it easy to locate, download, build and install software. It also supports browsing source code, developing programs, managing different versions and distribution of software and documentation. This means that A-A-P is useful both for users and for developers. A-A-P currently consists of the Aap program and Agide, the A-A-P GUI IDE. Agide makes it possible for existing tools to work together. For example: to use Vim with gdb for debugging, lookup remote documentation with the cross referencer, preview a TeX file, etc. Aap is now stable. Agide is still in the development phase. A-A-P is open source under the GNU GPL. LINKS Home page: http://www.a-a-p.org Manual HTML: http://www.a-a-p.org/exec/index.html Manual PDF: http://www.a-a-p.org/exec/exec.pdf Maillists: http://www.a-a-p.org/maillist.html Freshmeat: http://freshmeat.net/projects/a-a-p/ -- This is the polymorph virus! Follow these instructions carefully: 1. Send this message to everybody you know. 2. Format your harddisk. Thank you for your cooperation in spreading the most powerful virus ever! /// Bram Moolenaar -- Bram@Moolenaar.net -- http://www.Moolenaar.net \\\ /// Creator of Vim - Vi IMproved -- http://www.Vim.org \\\ \\\ Project leader for A-A-P -- http://www.A-A-P.org /// \\\ Help AIDS victims, buy here: http://ICCF-Holland.org/click1.html ///
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simple chemistry in python

Im looking for a python module to do simple chemistry things. Things like, finding the name of elements given the atomic number (and vice versa); what state the given matter is in depending on certain parameters; maybe even color ...
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Dr. Dobb's Python-URL! - weekly Python news and links (May 22)

QOTW: "It's hard to make a mistake by having too many short and simple functions. And much too easy to make them when you have too few ;-)" - Thomas Bartkus "Argh, the following is valid Python syntax: assert a ...
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ANNOUNCE: Last chance to register for OSDC 2005

OSDC 2005 is almost upon us. If you haven't already registered, then you have until 4pm this Friday to do so. See http://www.osdc.com.au/registration/ Don't miss out on this unique and exciting Australian Open Source event! - Simon Taylor...
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ANN: rest2web 0.1.0

Finally, the long awaited (*ahem*) release of **rest2web**. It's an early release - lot's more features still to be added - but it all works. *Hurrah* rest2web is a tool for autogenerating websites. It allows you to store your contents ...
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[ANNOUNCE] Twenty-second release of PythonCAD now available

I'm pleased to announce the twenty-second development release of PythonCAD, a CAD package for open-source software users. As the name implies, PythonCAD is written entirely in Python. The goal of this project is to create a fully scriptable drafting program ...
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Re: [Python-Dev] [ANN] Python 2.3.7 and 2.4.5, release candidate 1

On Mar 2, 2008, at 4:05 PM, Martin v. Lwis wrote: > Assuming no major problems crop up, a final release of Python 2.4.4 > will > follow in about a week's time. I do suppose you mean 2.4.5. 2.4.5 ...
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Why does producer delay halt shell pipe?

I have 2 python scripts: examples of a producer and a filter, respectively: #! /usr/bin/env python import sys, time if __name__ == "__main__": while True: sys.stdout.write("hello.\r\n") time.sleep(0.000001) #! /usr/bin/env python import sys if __name__ == "__main__": line = sys.stdin.readline() while ...
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Re: Question about interpreter

On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 12:55 PM, Usman Ajmal wrote: > An interpreter which Python also uses, translates and checks for errors in > code, one line at a time. > > Question: Does interpreter also executes the ...
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Webpy vs Django?

i have been trying to get Django running for 2 days now and it drives me crazy. i played with webpy a bit and it is easy to get going with. but django seems like once you have it all ...
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ANN: Open Source Health Information Platform (OSHIP)

The wiki announcing the initial source code release of OSHIP is available at: http://www.openehr.org/wiki/display/...loper%27s+page Including links to installation and initial startup. There is a news release on Linux Medical News that contains more background and project justification information: http://linuxmednews.com/1212171292/index_html I ...
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Basic optimization of python.

Howdy, I wonder whether python compiler does basic optimizations to .py. Eg: t = self.a.b t.c = ... t.d = ... ..vs. self.a.b.c = ... self.a.b.d = ... which one is more effective Since each dot invokes a hash table ...
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Python equivt of __FILE__ and __LINE__

Writing a quick and dirty assembler and want to give the user the location of an error. The "assembly language" is Python. If the user wants to generat some object code they write something like: Label(LoopLable) Load(R4) Dec() JNZ(LoopLabel) I ...
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very simple Genetic Algorithm completed

I got some help with this from here, and there's been a little bit of discussion around GA's recently, so thought I'd post up my likey slow and clunky version of a GA that in essence just 'evolves' a ...
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number of element in array/matrix

On Jan 11, 2008, at 11:09 AM, m.s.mould@durham.ac.uk wrote: > > > I have what I suspect to be a fairly simple problem while using > python Numeric. > I am attempting to count the number of times that ...
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exporting from twiki

I have a twiki, with documentation on 200 "things". I'd like to export the 200 pages, with their embedded graphs, to some static version (word, pdf, ...) that I can give to a non-connected, reference user community to "read" - ...
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Re: new is missing in module hmac SHA-based encryption function inPython

Hailong Wang wrote: > Matt, > >
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Getting an objetcs dict?

ssecorp a crit : > I did nce (I think). > class X > > X.__dict__() and ngot a dict of its variables. > Now i get errors doing this. what am i doing wrong cf Wojtek's answer....
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Address-Of operator equivalent, PAVL search tree

I am translating the GNU library's PAVL search tree implementation into Python. I can't use it directly because a delete function I need uses a different method of finding the node to delete. It contains this line: q = ...
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Re: Trying ZODB, background in Relational: mimic auto_increment?

On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 16:15:11 +0200, "Diez B. Roggisch" wrote: >Jean-Paul Calderone wrote: > >> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 05:22:35 -0700 (PDT), Phillip B Oldham >> wrote: >>> [snip] >>> >>>How would one assign a unique ...
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RE: Please unregister this mail-address out of mailing-list.

> -----Original Message----- > From: Hank @ITGroup > I am writing this letter to unsubscribe this mail-address from python > mail-list. > -- > http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list > No problem, Hank. You will be officially off of this 'mail-list' after a visit ...
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Announcing a feature update (v1.3) of YaMA, the meeting assistant

Yet Another Meeting Assistant (YaMA), will help you with the Agenda, Meeting Invitations, Minutes of a Meeting as well as Action Items. If you are the assigned minute taker at any meeting, this tool is for you. Checkout http://yama.sourceforge.net/ ...
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urllib and bypass proxy

Under MS Windows, I encountered a problem with the proxy bypass specification. In windows, the bypass specification for the proxy uses semi-colons to delimit entries. Mine happens to have two semi-colons back-to-back. Internet explorer handles this just fine but urllib ...
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New to group

Hi Everyone I am new to programming in general although I have read alot and done alot of experimentation as well as researched afew languages namely java python and visual basic . My conclusion is that python is one of ...
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Re: Search the command history - Python Shell

> Are there any simillar key combination in Python Shell like Linux Ctrl+R > (reverse-i-search) to search the command history It must depend on how your version of Python was built...mine here on my Linux box has exactly that functionality. ...
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newbie in python

Hi anyone I'm very interesed to learn python and really willing to do so,but unfortunately dont know where to start, or what programs need to install to start. Can someone help me to get in the right track, and get ...
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Python GUI toolkit

what i meant was, i tried gtk, didnt like it, the main reason was that it had a very bad gui appeal for me, i did try my hand at wx , and i would have stuck with it, but ...
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paging in python shell

, Does anyone know if the python shell supports paging or if I should look into iPython Thank you so much. Alex...
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Finite State Machine GUI editor in python?

I have spent some time googling and on wiki and came up with pyFSA in python. It may end up being useful, but it is not directly what I am looking for, as there is no GUI that I can ...
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What's wrong with this code?

And DaWei said that I can't understand/read english...
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Finding prime numbers in Python

nice information on Finding prime numbers in Python
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beginner teething problems!

Hi all, I've just began my journey into python (& programming) and i must say it's very satisfying to learn. However! I've hit a few snags. I am using python 3.1 on vista. i cannot seem to give the print command and tell it what to print on the same line, contrary to how the method is portrayed in tutorials and other samples. An example of what is 'incorrect syntax' in my shell and CP is this: >>> print 1+1 incorrect syntax what i have to do (valid syntax) is as follows >>> print ... 1+1 2 is this normal it seems odd that i have to do give the content on the next line. Is it perhaps the result a particular shell mode I thought that maybe the tutorials all by default were meant to be followed on a linux system perhaps. If so i'd be happy to learn on an archlinux or ubuntu partition. I would really appreciate your thoughts and advice on this,
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Printing part of a string from a list

(Toggle Plain Text) testlist = ["Programming", "Forums"] testlist = ["Programming", "Forums"]
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