## [Solved] Function creation – “Undefined name” – Python

So it turns out I just misunderstood what was being asked. I’ve had it clarified by the course leader now. As I am now fully aware, a function definition needs to be told when a string is being entered, hence the quote marks being required. I admit full ignorance over my depth of understanding of … Read more

## [Solved] Please see my problem, believe me it is easy to solve

I’m not sure I completely understand what you’re trying to do, but I’ll give it a shot since you seem to have asked this question many times already (which usually isn’t a good idea). I believe that there’s a lack of clarity in your question – it would help a lot if you could clarify … Read more

## [Solved] Using a while loop instead of a for loop in Python [closed]

Solution is simple: i = 0 total = 0 while i < len(my_list): total += my_list[i] average = total / len(my_list) i += 1 solved Using a while loop instead of a for loop in Python [closed]

## [Solved] Is IDLE the correct platform to use for Python programming? [closed]

It’s not the correct one, it’s just one of many possible ways to edit your .py files and work on Python projects. There are many other IDEs around, and some developers just use their favorite text editors with Python plugins Unlike Mathematica, Maple and MATLAB, you’re not really bound to any particular development environment 4 … Read more

## [Solved] How i can convert ISO time format to yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss using python [closed]

Try this, >>> import datetime >>> datetime.datetime.now().strftime(‘%d-%m-%Y %H:%M:%S’) ’03-08-2019 12:43:16′ If you max_startdate is string, >>> max_startdate=”2019-08-03 01:08:58.155000″ >>> max_startdate.split(‘.’)[0] ‘2019-08-03 01:08:58’ 3 solved How i can convert ISO time format to yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss using python [closed]

## [Solved] How to print a work in string containing specific characters [closed]

You could use the following regular expression: import re text = “fieldnameRelated_actions/fieldnamedatatypeRESOURCE_LIST![CDATA[nprod00123456]/value>value>![CDATA[nprod00765432]]/valuevaluesfield” print re.findall(r'(nprod\d+)’, text) Giving you: [‘nprod00123456’, ‘nprod00765432’] This works by finding any nprod in the text followed by one or more digits. Alternatively, without re, it might be possible as follows: print [‘nprod{}’.format(t.split(‘]’)[0]) for t in text.split(‘nprod’)[1:]] 1 solved How to print a … Read more

## [Solved] WMI lib to start windows service remotely

There is documentation regarding the library on github: https://github.com/tjguk/wmi/blob/master/docs/cookbook.rst I believe the above code is throwing an error because you are not specifying which service to start. Assuming you don’t know what services are available to you: import wmi c = wmi.WMI() # Pass connection credentials if needed # Below will output all possible service … Read more

## [Solved] Print the following pattern in Python language

This code works perfectly: n=int(raw_input(‘n=’)) for i in range(1,n+1): for j in range(1,n+1): if j==1 or j==n or j==i: print’#’, else: print’ ‘, print solved Print the following pattern in Python language

## [Solved] Change character based off of its position? Python 2.7

With the help of Mark Tolonen in this post, I was able to come up with a solution. The following example only uses 4 dictionaries, while i intend to do more: # Input String string = “ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt” # Defining dictionarys for 0-4 dicnums = [{“0″:”n”,”1″:”Q”,”2″:”k”,”3″:”W”,”4″:”F”,”5″:”g”,”6″:”9″,”7″:”e”,”8″:”v”,”9″:”3″,”a”:”r”,”b”:”T”,”c”:”c”,”d”:”o”,”e”:”b”,”f”:”y”,”g”:”2″,”h”:”A”,”i”:”i”,”j”:”p”,”k”:”1″,”l”:”P”,”m”:”w”,”n”:”x”,”o”:”s”,”p”:”Y”,”q”:”h”,”r”:”G”,”s”:”7″,”t”:”S”,”u”:”6″,”v”:”K”,”w”:”Z”,”x”:”M”,”y”:”C”,”z”:”J”,”A”:”u”,”B”:”f”,”C”:”j”,”D”:”E”,”E”:”a”,”F”:”H”,”G”:”O”,”H”:”N”,”I”:”l”,”J”:”U”,”K”:”I”,”L”:”V”,”M”:”m”,”N”:”5″,”O”:”R”,”P”:”4″,”Q”:”z”,”R”:”L”,”S”:”0″,”T”:”q”,”U”:”D”,”V”:”8″,”W”:”B”,”X”:”X”,”Y”:”d”,”Z”:”t”}, {“0″:”q”,”1″:”6″,”2″:”W”,”3″:”4″,”4″:”J”,”5″:”u”,”6″:”n”,”7″:”T”,”8″:”I”,”9″:”O”,”a”:”V”,”b”:”3″,”c”:”Z”,”d”:”s”,”e”:”R”,”f”:”E”,”g”:”G”,”h”:”P”,”i”:”5″,”j”:”l”,”k”:”e”,”l”:”m”,”m”:”F”,”n”:”t”,”o”:”8″,”p”:”K”,”q”:”L”,”r”:”Y”,”s”:”M”,”t”:”D”,”u”:”j”,”v”:”z”,”w”:”H”,”x”:”g”,”y”:”9″,”z”:”f”,”A”:”0″,”B”:”p”,”C”:”o”,”D”:”d”,”E”:”X”,”F”:”S”,”G”:”k”,”H”:”1″,”I”:”Q”,”J”:”C”,”K”:”U”,”L”:”i”,”M”:”r”,”N”:”w”,”O”:”y”,”P”:”B”,”Q”:”2″,”R”:”x”,”S”:”A”,”T”:”c”,”U”:”7″,”V”:”h”,”W”:”v”,”X”:”N”,”Y”:”b”,”Z”:”a”}, {“0″:”x”,”1″:”W”,”2″:”q”,”3″:”B”,”4″:”j”,”5″:”I”,”6″:”E”,”7″:”g”,”8″:”U”,”9″:”e”,”a”:”8″,”b”:”3″,”c”:”5″,”d”:”k”,”e”:”9″,”f”:”N”,”g”:”7″,”h”:”Q”,”i”:”t”,”j”:”r”,”k”:”L”,”l”:”Z”,”m”:”b”,”n”:”n”,”o”:”Y”,”p”:”H”,”q”:”R”,”r”:”6″,”s”:”P”,”t”:”1″,”u”:”S”,”v”:”M”,”w”:”p”,”x”:”l”,”y”:”F”,”z”:”2″,”A”:”c”,”B”:”T”,”C”:”G”,”D”:”h”,”E”:”X”,”F”:”v”,”G”:”s”,”H”:”O”,”I”:”D”,”J”:”4″,”K”:”a”,”L”:”A”,”M”:”m”,”N”:”d”,”O”:”C”,”P”:”f”,”Q”:”V”,”R”:”i”,”S”:”o”,”T”:”u”,”U”:”w”,”V”:”0″,”W”:”K”,”X”:”z”,”Y”:”y”,”Z”:”J”}, {“0″:”x”,”1″:”W”,”2″:”q”,”3″:”B”,”4″:”j”,”5″:”I”,”6″:”E”,”7″:”g”,”8″:”U”,”9″:”e”,”a”:”8″,”b”:”3″,”c”:”5″,”d”:”k”,”e”:”9″,”f”:”N”,”g”:”7″,”h”:”Q”,”i”:”t”,”j”:”r”,”k”:”L”,”l”:”H”,”m”:”b”,”n”:”n”,”o”:”Y”,”p”:”Z”,”q”:”R”,”r”:”6″,”s”:”P”,”t”:”1″,”u”:”S”,”v”:”M”,”w”:”p”,”x”:”l”,”y”:”F”,”z”:”2″,”A”:”c”,”B”:”T”,”C”:”G”,”D”:”h”,”E”:”X”,”F”:”v”,”G”:”s”,”H”:”O”,”I”:”D”,”J”:”4″,”K”:”a”,”L”:”A”,”M”:”m”,”N”:”d”,”O”:”C”,”P”:”f”,”Q”:”V”,”R”:”i”,”S”:”o”,”T”:”u”,”U”:”w”,”V”:”0″,”W”:”K”,”X”:”z”,”Y”:”y”,”Z”:”J”}] # Changing my string characters string_fin = … Read more

## [Solved] Python wondering about user input

Use a list and a while loop. data=[] for x in xrange(100): data.append(raw_input(“Your data: “)) If you don’t need to store the data that was entered, get rid of the list and process this data right in the loop. 1 solved Python wondering about user input