This is the script: import requests import json import urlparse from requests.adapters import HTTPAdapter s = requests.Session() s.mount('http://', HTTPAdapter(max_retries=1)) with open('proxies....

This is the script: import requests import json import urlparse from requests.adapters import HTTPAdapter s = requests.Session() s.mount('http://', HTTPAdapter(max_retries=1)) with open('proxies....

I am writing an application (a server wrapper for Minecraft) that I wish to make extensible with plugins. I have a system in place that works, however I think that in the long run it could use ...

I am writing an application (a server wrapper for Minecraft) that I wish to make extensible with plugins. I have a system in place that works, however I think that in the long run it could use ...

This is more a curiosity than anything, but I just noticed the following. If I am defining a self-referential lambda, I can do it easily: >>> f = lambda: f >>> f() is f True But if ...

This is more a curiosity than anything, but I just noticed the following. If I am defining a self-referential lambda, I can do it easily: >>> f = lambda: f >>> f() is f True But if ...

Are there any implementations of production rule systems that operate out of core? I've checked out the open source implementations like CLIPS and Jess, but these only operate in memory, so they tend ...

Are there any implementations of production rule systems that operate out of core? I've checked out the open source implementations like CLIPS and Jess, but these only operate in memory, so they tend ...

The functionality I am looking for looks something like this: data = np.array([[1, 2, 3, 4], [2, 3, 1], [5, 5, 5, 5], [1, 1]]) result = fix(data) ...

The functionality I am looking for looks something like this: data = np.array([[1, 2, 3, 4], [2, 3, 1], [5, 5, 5, 5], [1, 1]]) result = fix(data) ...

First: yes, i have taken a very long look at Norvig's lispy. Second: I have reused part of his code. On to my code, and my question. I am writing a really non-idiomatic lisp interpreter in Python, ...

First: yes, i have taken a very long look at Norvig's lispy. Second: I have reused part of his code. On to my code, and my question. I am writing a really non-idiomatic lisp interpreter in Python, ...

I want my Python script to be able to read Unicode command line arguments in Windows. But it appears that sys.argv is a string encoded in some local encoding, rather than Unicode. How can I read the ...

I want my Python script to be able to read Unicode command line arguments in Windows. But it appears that sys.argv is a string encoded in some local encoding, rather than Unicode. How can I read the ...

I have two computers, for the first one: >>> datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(0) datetime.datetime(1970, 1, 1, 7, 30) >>> datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(1309846824) datetime....

I have two computers, for the first one: >>> datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(0) datetime.datetime(1970, 1, 1, 7, 30) >>> datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(1309846824) datetime....

I have code that does some very CPU-intensive string manipulations and I was looking for ways to improve performance. (EDIT: I'm doing stuff like finding longest common substring, running lots of ...

I have code that does some very CPU-intensive string manipulations and I was looking for ways to improve performance. (EDIT: I'm doing stuff like finding longest common substring, running lots of ...