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My 2nd Glade GUI with Python
Hi all I have build my first simple GUI there create users on our cooperated ftp server, and then generate a mail, with an PDF attached with credentials including a NATO phonetic edition of a random generated password. I still rejoice over it, sens it is my first "program" in 10 years. The easiness of creating thi... 12 Jun 2010 05:00
pyreadline: default editable input; please, help.
I would like to run this minimal example: I get the prompt (Question?), but not the 'default editable signal'. Please ¿any hints? (Windows XP-SP3, Python 2.6, pyreadline 1.5) import readline def input_default(prompt, default): def startup_hook(): readline.insert_text(default) readline.set_startup... 14 Jun 2010 00:50
Tkinter Toplevel sizing issue (using a grid)
Hello all, Hi this i my first post here. I would like to create a tkinter toplevel window with a custom resize action based on a grid. From the Tk docs it say you can do this but for the life of me i cannot figure out how? In my app i wish for the main window to only resize in 20 pixel "jumps" (if you will). I h... 14 Jun 2010 06:14
Good solutions for passing around large numbers of argumentsin a layered architecture?
On 6/11/10 10:00 AM, Nathan Rice wrote: I've tried using args/kwargs, however I found it difficult to avoid having arguments in my signature re-ordered, and it is also a source of bugs. Has anyone come up with a good solution for dealing with arguments in situations like this where you'd like to enca... 11 Jun 2010 19:14
ANN: Komodo 6.0.0b1 -- adds Python 3 support
Hello all, We are pleased to tell you that Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit 6.0.0 Beta 1 were released today. If you're using 6.0.0 Alpha 2 then you can use Komodo's auto-update mechanism. Otherwise, you can get Beta 1 at: For Pythonistas the most signi... 11 Jun 2010 15:53
Which is the best implementation of LISP family of languagesfor real world programming ?
On 06/11/10 08:48, Elena wrote: On 10 Giu, 23:33, bolega<gnuist...(a)> wrote: I mean ordinary people, who may want to do things with their computers for scripting, tasks that python can do... Lisp is not for ordinary people, Python is. Python is for ordinary people. Lisp is for extraordinar... 14 Jun 2010 05:09
pyjsglade: GTK-glade-like UI builder for pyjamas kees bos, the primary programmer who added all of the incredible python features to the pyjs compiler, such as support for yield, long data type and much more, has just started a project "pyjsglade". its purpose is the same as that of GTK glade: allow developers to bui... 11 Jun 2010 12:32
a +b ?
hi,all£¡ it's a simple question: input two integers A and B in a line,output A+B? this is my program: s = input() t = s.split() a = int(t[0]) b = int(t[1]) print(a+b) but i think it's too complex,can anybody tell to slove it with less code.. ... 17 Jun 2010 10:02
passing environment variable path to open command
Mahmood Naderan wrote: Hi, I am new to python so my question may be very basic. Suppose I have a file ( which the path to that file is in system path: SOMETHING=/home/mahmood/scripts Now I want to open that file with respect to the environment variable: import os ... 11 Jun 2010 05:57
KinterBasDB - how to change the mode: embedded/server
Hi! I want to use KinterBasDB in mixed mode: sometimes embedded, sometimes real local/remote server. How can I set up the connection to KinterBasDB can determine, what mode I want to use? Thanks for your help: dd ... 11 Jun 2010 21:27
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