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The GIDForums™ Team is proud to announce that GIDForums™ is now among one of the very first Webmaster / Programming forums to offer a custom-written Python Syntax Highlighter BBCode ( bb code) to it's valued members and readers. Please use the and tag pair to enclose any python code so that it...
23-Feb-2010 08:41
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by crystalattice
I just posted a GID Community blog entitled: Beginning Python Tutorial (Part 5). Please let me know what you think. This is an auto-generated message posted by GIDNetwork™ on behalf of the author.
10-Jan-2017 10:45
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by shenenie
The list below is the daily parking rates for a parking garage. Write a program that calculates the amount of parking charges using this list. 0 - 1 hour $2.00 1 - 2 hours $4.00 2 - 3 hours $6.00 3 - 4 hours $8.00 4 - 5 hours $10.00 5 - 6 hours $12.00 6 - 7 hours $15.00 7 - 8 hours $18.00 8 - 24...
20-Oct-2013 20:54
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by IconicDrei
I'm currently in the process of scripting a BMI Calculator in Python and Maya for a uni project. I have decided to create a GUI for it and am now at the stage where I am trying to search for code that will help me apply two user inputs (height & weight), apply a calculation and print a...
17-Jan-2013 04:52
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by TommyBotham
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from scipy.integrate import odeint from numpy import linspace from math import sqrt, exp def sheath(f, x, Vs, m): E = f Phi = f
14-Nov-2012 10:50
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by khushal1988
I need help in a program for De-Morgans Law for the following formula: (AUB)c = (Ac) n (Bc) and (AnB)c = (Ac) U (Bc) please help me out shall be very thankful.
02-Mar-2012 15:52
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by crystalattice
It's been a long time, but I have finally finished the revisions for my book. I am currently awaiting the proof but expect it to be available for sale by next month. In the meantime, for those who can't wait, you can go to http://python-ebook.blogspot.com to download an electronic copy of the new...
22-Feb-2012 06:55
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by lionaneesh
I am trying to solve the problem Present at http://www.codechef.com/problems/INTEST/ I have made a small Python script to do my job :- array = no_lines = 0 no = 0 j=0 div_no=0 no_lines = input() no = input()
02-Aug-2010 10:17
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by thihahtoon
hello.. i 'm new to dis forum. i 'm from non-english speakin country.i need a dictionary at my class.but i don't want to carry them(heavy,wasting time at search the words) i found babylon dictionary.i like it alot.but laptops r not allowed to class at my school. it is...
24-Jul-2010 23:25
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by lionaneesh
Introduction:- Hi guys today I am going to writing a tutorial on dictionaries in Python....As per as getting comments from my readers I'll try to make this tutorial Short.... Layout:- 1.What are dictionaries? 2.Why dictionaries? 3.How to declare/make dictionaries in Python?
21-Jun-2010 01:22
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by groom03
Hi, I've got to model how a charge will move away from a stationary charge in python, i need the acceleration to be recalculated based on the force between the charges because the moving charge will decelerate, i've been up all night trying to get this to work but i just cannot figure out whats...
09-May-2010 16:20
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by Alphablend
So every composite number can be written as a sum of two prime numbers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composite_number http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_number Task: User inputs int n, and also composite numbers which are saved in list which length is n. For every composite number of the list...
09-Mar-2010 05:52
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by cyqrus
it have take the word and have to generate bar code for word. For this assignment can i use Python. I have been told that have to use visual programming. which they are . Can i do it with Python language.
19-Nov-2009 18:16
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by mengu88
I want to access a class member from derived classes, but not outside of the class hierarchy. I know private access, (adding 2 underscores(_) to the variable/function name). How can declare a class member as protected in a python class ? I use Python 2.5 and Python 3.1
07-Aug-2009 22:17
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by trihaitran
I am reading chapter two of the Pylons book (http://pylonsbook.com/en/1.0/installing-pylons.html#quick-start-to-installation-for-the-impatient). In the text I am told to run: $ python virtualenv.py --no-site-packages env This is what I got back: $ python virtualenv.py --no-site-packages env New...
27-Jun-2009 23:51
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For those who don't know, I have been writing an intro to programming ebook, based on Python, for several months. The final draft is done and available via Bittorrent right now. The torrent file is available at The Pirate Bay. I'm currently in the process of moving to Japan so I haven't been able...
19-Jun-2009 05:51
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by Zane
I am programming in python and know some C++ as well so I can interpret something similar to those two. I have written a programme that models a mass on a spring in harmonic motion with a damping force. It displays a graph in phase space and on a velocity and position vs. time graph. I would like...
29-May-2009 14:30
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by docesam
I want to start programming a new program (electronic health care center) in python and before start learning python i wanna make sure that python does have all the features i need to accomplish this project so i wanna ask you does python able to support these features : 1- cross platform (windows...
16-Apr-2009 03:09
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by marcoshid
I have a project in which I have to convert roman numerals to arabic characters. I can only get it to read the numeral on the right and it won't loop anyone have any way of helping me fix this. ##Roman Numeral to Arabic form Conveter ##Problem: ##Trying to convert Roman Numerals(between 1 and...
05-Apr-2009 17:47
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by bsiguenza
I am doing an assignment of a program that prints out all the prime numbers between two values which the user provides. AND we're suppose to start with num= input ("enter starting number") and do likewise to get the stopping number. then after outputting all the primes the program is to query...
03-Mar-2009 18:23
by crystalattice Go to last post
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by 804
I've just started to learn how to use python and I'm trying to define a function in python that could shift each characters in a string with a random number. I was given a hint that using looping would be helpful to complete this exercise. But I have no clue how to manipulate every character in a...
27-Feb-2009 20:40
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