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  • #568707 | 2017-08-01 06:53:53, *0 | <foo@python> I have a simple 3 lines like this: https://... - and sometimes in the code, replace gets set to None. This causes a bug. I can do any of the following: A) Fix how edits is constructed so that replace string never gets set to None. B) Make sure replace exists before running the replace() in this 3 lines, C) Both. D) Something else: ________ - what do you suggest?
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  • #564846 | 2017-07-09 12:53:41, *0 | <foo@python> I have some graphics like this: https://... - a bunch of character animations, drawn in illustrator. I want to shrink them all, keep them at a certain dimension, and I'm looking ofr highest quality at a dimension with smallest file size. Anyone have any guide/two cents on whether or not to go PNG or JPG?
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  • #559068 | 2017-06-01 03:20:52, *0 | <foo@python> I accidentally pressed ctrl+c on a task that is threading. It said this: https://... - it seems to be running still. I'm wondering if A) I killed a thread, or B) this script killed the thread without properly marking it as done (eg. queue.task_done()) ... which will cause my script to not end since it never see's all threads finish properly (eg. queue.join()) - anyone happen to know?
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  • #552888 | 2017-04-27 04:24:13, *0 | <foo@python> I want to make sure my technical jargon is understood here. I create a simple class, myDates. Looks like this: https://... ... Now, to instantiate it, I do: dates = myDates() ... this line instantiates myDates class. dates is the resulting object from instantiation. Now if I call dates.short() I'm using a method from the dates object. Am I sounding accurate?
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  • #546706 | 2017-03-24 08:15:30, *0 | <foo@python> I have this data structure: https://... - if I want to pull out the description where first item in a tuple is 1, how do I do that? The number do increment, so I can use CALL_CLASSES[num-1], is there another way?
  • #546696 | 2017-03-24 07:23:40, *0 | <foo@python> In django tables, I am trying to get a specific cell from a row column. I have this code: https://... - I want to set the title of the row as the value of a certain column. When I use title="{{ row }}" I get title="<django_tables2.rows.BoundRow object at 0x80aa1ac90>" .. I want to pull a column named THIS. I've tried several variations here with no luck. Any two cents? eg. row.items.0 didn't work or row.items.THIS.0, any two cents ...
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