reduc_ind = list(xrange(1, len(x.get_shape())))
By Anonymous, 2017-08-14 18:37:29
def __getCurlOutput (self, url, **kwargs):
	curlcmd = "curl {0}".format(url)

	for key, value in kwargs.items():
		key = key.lower()

		if key == "origin":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Origin: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "contenttype":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Content-Type: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "referer":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Referer: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "cookie":
			curlcmd += " -H 'Cookie: {0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "data":
			curlcmd += " --data '{0}'".format(value)
		elif key == "verbose":
			if value == True:
				curlcmd += " --verbose"
			else:
				curlcmd += " --silent"
		elif key == "output":
			curlcmd += " --output {0}".format(value)
		else:
			print "Unsupported key: {0}".format(key)

	curlcmd += " 2>&1"

	print curlcmd

	curlout = subprocess.check_output(curlcmd,shell=True)

	return curlout
By AnonimaPitoni, 2018-12-04 19:22:34
import cv2
import numpy as np

cap = cv2.VideoCapture(0)

while (1):

    _, frame = cap.read()

    hsv = cv2.cvtColor(frame, cv2.COLOR_BGR2HSV)

    lower_green = np.array([40, 50, 50])
    upper_green = np.array([80, 102, 200])

    # Threshold the HSV image to get only green colors
    mask = cv2.inRange(hsv, lower_green, upper_green)

    total_pixels = mask.shape[0] * mask.shape[1]
    print "Number of pixels: %", total_pixels

    pixel_counter = 0
    x_counter = 0
    y_counter = 0
    for y in xrange(640):
        for x in xrange(480):
            pixel = mask[x, y]
            if pixel == 255:
                pixel_counter += 1
                x_counter += x
                y_counter += y
    x_center = x_counter / pixel_counter
    y_center = y_counter / pixel_counter
    print x_center, y_center

    cv2.line(frame, (x_center+15, y_center), (x_center+2, y_center), (235, 218, 100), 1)
    cv2.line(frame, (x_center-15, y_center), (x_center-2, y_center), (235, 218, 100), 1)
    cv2.line(frame, (x_center, y_center+15), (x_center, y_center+2), (235, 218, 100), 1)
    cv2.line(frame, (x_center, y_center-15), (x_center, y_center-2), (235, 218, 100), 1)

    cv2.circle(frame, (x_center, y_center), 4, (235, 218, 100), 2)

    cv2.imshow('frame', frame)

    k = cv2.waitKey(5) & 0xFF
    if k == 27:
        break

cv2.destroyAllWindows()

track the green color

By Vik.victory, 2017-06-23 19:10:32
def get_schema(self, schema: object) -> object:
    """Get the Schema class
    """
    if isinstance(schema, str):
        Schema = getattr(self.request["operation"], schema, None)
    else:
        Schema = schema
    if Schema is None:
        Schema = getattr(self, schema, None)
        if Schema is None:
            raise web.HTTPNotImplemented
    return Schema

I don't even know what to say

By why, 2019-05-23 20:19:52
from typing import Dict, List

from dataclasses import dataclass
from lbcore.orders import Order, Match


@dataclass
class SideEffect:
    order_id: str = ''
    action: Dict = None
    updates: Dict = None
    matches: List[Match] = None
    order: Order = None
    action_exists: bool = False

    def match(self, price):
        match = self.action.copy()
        match['price'] = price
        return match


class SideEffects(list):
    def add_action(self, order, action_exists=False, **action):
        action['order_id'] = order.id
        se = SideEffect(order=order, action=action,
                        action_exists=action_exists)
        self.append(se)
        return se

    def add_update(self, order_id, **updates):
        se = SideEffect(order_id=order_id, updates=updates)
        self.append(se)
        return se

    def add_trade(self, order, matches):
        se = SideEffect(order=order, matches=matches)
        self.append(se)
        return se
By Anonymous, 2019-07-18 13:24:21
return [word for word in words if any(all(ch in row for ch in word.lower()) for row in rows)]

Filtering words that can be typed using only one row of the keyboard.

By Mark, 2019-02-27 15:53:46
# Create vpc peering connection
response = ec2.delete_vpc_peering_connection(peer_connection_id)

a part of AWS Landing Zone solution

By Amazon Solutions, 2019-07-10 12:49:42

def divide(a, b):
    try:
        return a / b
    except:
        x = 17

My smart exception handling before meeting "pass" :))

By mophix, 2017-12-15 18:13:07
if student_id:
    assignments = Assignment.objects.filter(week__in=weeks)

    unenrolled_students = Wave.objects.filter(week__in=weeks).values_list('unenrolled_students', flat=True)

    # Construct responses based on assignment type
    Assignment.build_assignments_for_weeks(responses, assignments, students, unenrolled_students)
    max_num_assessments = Assessment.build_assessments_for_weeks(responses)
    Comment.build_comments_for_weeks(responses, weeks, students, unenrolled_students)

elif wave_id:
    assignments = Assignment.objects.filter(week__in=weeks)

    unenrolled_students = Wave.objects.filter(week__in=weeks).values_list('unenrolled_students', flat=True)

    # Construct responses based on assignment type
    Assignment.build_assignments_for_weeks(responses, assignments, students, unenrolled_students)
    max_num_assessments = Assessment.build_assessments_for_weeks(responses)
    Comment.build_comments_for_weeks(responses, weeks, students, unenrolled_students)

else:
    # can't happen
    pass
By Anonymous, 2018-03-23 12:46:10
apps_to_be_deployed = apps_to_be_deployed.strip()
if apps_to_be_deployed.endswith(":"):
    apps_to_be_deployed_length = len(apps_to_be_deployed)
    apps_to_be_deployed_list = list(apps_to_be_deployed)
    apps_to_be_deployed_list[apps_to_be_deployed_length - 1] = ''
    apps_to_be_deployed = "".join(apps_to_be_deployed_list)
By jlo, 2019-09-14 01:16:59
def _take_items_from_list_and_put_them_into_string(self, list):
    string = ''
    for element in list:
        string += element + ','
    if len(string) > 0 and string[-1] == ',':
        string = string[0:-1]
    return string
By JK, 2017-12-13 13:54:43
# Weird list cleanup
product = "{0}".format(list(product))
product = re.sub(r"\), \(+", "], [", product)
product = re.sub(r"\(+", "[", product)
product = product.replace(")]", "]]").replace(")", "")
product = ast.literal_eval(product)

I don't know why I get this strange fomat for this array of objects... Ok let's do it fast: 1 - Convert array in string 2 - Clean up string 3 - Convert string in array

By Anonymous, 2018-09-05 23:51:16

    def dow_to_dict_from_self(self):
        # res = {'name': self.name, 'enabled': self.enabled }
        res = {'sun': 0, 'mon': 0, 'tue': 0, 'wed': 0, 'thr': 0, 'fri': 0,
               'sat': 0,
               'enabled': 0, 'dow': 0, 'name': 'untitled'}

        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x01) == 0x01:  # sun
            res['sun'] = 1
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x02) == 0x02:  # mon
            res['mon'] = 1
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x04) == 0x04:  # tue
            res['tue'] = 1
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x08) == 0x08:  # wed
            res['wed'] = 1
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x10) == 0x10:  # thr
            res['thr'] = 1
            res['thu'] = 1  # '%a' returns thu for Thursday
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x20) == 0x20:  # fri
            res['fri'] = 1
        if (int(self.days_of_week) & 0x40) == 0x40:  # sat
            res['sat'] = 1
        if (int(
                self.days_of_week) & 0x40) == 0x80:  # enabled # new enable#
            # flag -- duplicate in db
            res['enabled'] = 1

        res['enabled'] = self.enabled  # remove this
        res['dow'] = self.days_of_week
        res['name'] = self.name

        return res

kept the original comments - they're very helpful

By Anonymous, 2018-07-11 19:40:44
try:
    raise
except RuntimeError:
    raise

try this in python3

By FranchuFranchu, 2019-03-14 23:10:03
def get_first_index_of_array(array):
    """
    this function is very usefull for get first index of array
    """
    return array[0]


assert get_first_index_of_array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) == 1
assert get_first_index_of_array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) != 2
assert get_first_index_of_array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) != 3
assert get_first_index_of_array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) != 4
assert get_first_index_of_array([1, 2, 3, 4, 5]) != 4
By Mohammad Hosseini, 2017-12-13 15:29:01