Programming :: Getting Closer To The Answer - Python Iterations Over Nested Tuples?

May 22, 2010

tupe=("File",("Open","Open a file"),"Edit",("Cut","Cut a file"),("Paste","Paste a file"),"About",("About","About the program"))
for items in tupe:
if type(items)==str:


I'm trying to understand how to make "File" be the parent information for "Open","Open a file" and "Edit" to be the parent of "Cut, Cut a file" and "Paste", "paste a file". Does anyone have a suggestion for accessing the a nested tuple in this manner? The above code does not quite do what I want it to. The above code is for visual purposes, but I'm learning how to refactor for wx.python.

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Programming :: C/C++: Broadcast Receives No Answer - Can't Find Right Answer

May 18, 2010

How can I set the outgoing port for the socket? In wireshark, my outgoing port is 1024, and i want to set it to 6800 (or a similar port) I see the outgoing broadcast-message in wireshark, but no answer. There are three ECU's in the LAN, which should answer. The following code is a mixture of C/C++ and jointed from different articles:


In wireshark I can only see the outgoing message. But the "recvBuffer" (in the lower part of the code) contains the same content as the sendBuffer. Is it right, that I need a sender and further more a receiver? Or should I receive the broadcast-answer on the same socket on which I send the bc?

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Programming :: C++: Extracting Data From A NESTED STL Map?

Feb 8, 2011

Code for insertion of data:


#include <map>
#include <iostream>
int main ()


I don't know how to fetch the data from the nested map here.

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Programming :: Insert Data In A Nested STL Map?

Dec 13, 2010

Following is the declaration:

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I tried this, but it failed:


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Programming :: Access Value From Nested Struct <c Language>?

Mar 11, 2010

I having a nested structures which are referenced with pointer variables :

example :
typedef struct {
int a ;
char *b ;
int *c ;
}EXP2 ;


While trying to access the value of sv.exp2->a it throws segmentation fault error.How to acess this variable ??

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Programming :: Breaking Out Of Nested Switch Java

Sep 20, 2010

I've only gone into the first case statement of the first switch and I am trying to get out of it but the break statement I added doesn't seem to have any effect and it just goes on to the next case instead of exiting the switch.

import java.util.*;
import javax.swing.*;
public class A2 {
public static void main(String[] args) {
double gross_Pay;
int payment_Method;
final double salary_Pay = 1000.00;
final double hourly_Pay = 25.00;
double overtime1 = 20.00;
double overtime2 = 30.00; .....

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Programming :: [ Bash ] Count Nested HTML Tags?

Jan 7, 2011

I need to search through HTML files to count the number of <li> tags nested within the first <ul> tag:

<li>text 1</li>
<li>text 2</li>


Unfortunately, the second grep is greedy swallowing everything up to the last </ul> close tag. (The desired result is 2.) Speed is an issue as I will be searching through 350,000 files.

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Programming :: Passing An Enum Value To A Nested Class Constructor C++?

Jun 18, 2011

the compiler (g++ 4.4.5) does not recognize PRE as a type in the following code:

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Programming :: C++: Broadcast Receives No Answer

Dec 22, 2010

It could run on my computer. But there is no result.


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Programming :: Make Python Programs Run Without Entering The Command Python?

Mar 22, 2009

I want to be able to do

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sudo python

What do I need to change?

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Programming :: Python - Get Text File Data Into An Array On Python?

Nov 30, 2009

I've already used line split stuff to transform my data into something like this in a text file:


['1', '1', '3', '20.7505207']
['2', '1', '3', '23.0488319']
['3', '1', '3', '-1.5768747']
['4', '1', '3', '-26.4772491']


How can I get this on a python program so I can manipulate it as an array?

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Programming :: Nested Loop Using A Counter To Increment Array Output?

Feb 2, 2011

I work in a simulations environment. I'm trying to write a bash script that will read fields from a .csv file into an array, the first field being an identifiyng number and the second field being a corresponding url. There are about 1600 of these number/url combinations in the .csv file that i'm reading from. Once that is done i want it to parse a text file and match the number, when it has a match i want it to enter the corresponding url into a particular line in the text file. The script I have written (with the help of the people on this forum a while back) does this well, but now I have a lot more data to parse. I think the script itself is explanatory enough to see what i'm doing. What i would like to do is cut it down to one while loop nested inside another loop so that I don't have 1600 or so elif statements. I can't figure out how to increment the output of the array. for instance, the first cycle would find the number that matches ${record1[2]} and input the url stored in ${record1[3]}. the next cycle would match ${record1[4]} and input the url in ${record1[5]}, and so on, does that make sense? The code is below and a sample .csv and text file are attached.


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Programming :: Atoi() Not Giving Correct Answer?

Jun 20, 2010

i m using atoi() to convert char value to int. and then passing that int as a swtich variable.switch goes in a case and exectuing that particualr function but returning 0 value....for example: i am finding no of process() and system up time().when switch program goes in system up time it gives right values means correct no of days, hrs , min and sec but when it goes in no of process() it gives 0 answer.

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Programming :: Write Little Quiz To Give Different Answer When Given Yes Or No Reply?

May 20, 2010

I am trying to write little quiz to give different answer when given yes or no reply, however I got stuck with this. I am very very new to Python so please have patience. Can someone give me a sugesstions?

This is my code so far:
name = raw_input("
What is your name")
print "
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Programming :: Create An SSL Certificate And Answer The Questions Inside A Bash Script

Jan 24, 2011

I'm trying to create an SSL certificate and answer the questions inside a bash script. The command used to create the SSL certificate

Code: openssl req $@ -new -x509 -days 365 -nodes -out /etc/apache2/apache.pem -keyout /etc/apache2/apache.pem
The first question asked is. Country Name (2 letter code) [AU]:

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Programming :: Python 2.x - Represent The Same In Python 3.x

Mar 4, 2010

I have a function definition in a Python 2.x script which take a tuple as one of its arguments, but 2to3 has no answers nor any of my searching on how to represent the same in Python 3.x


def blah(self, (string1, string2))

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General :: Breaking Iteration After A Given Number Of Iterations (bash)?

Jun 14, 2011

Take this block of pseudocode:

for i in $list; do
<some statements>
if i > 5
<more statements>

That is, want to terminate the iteration just after 5 iterations. A first problem, is that list is a string and not a number. It's all I can say, except to keep reading bash monster manual.

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Networking :: Get Speeds Closer To 1000Mb/s?

Apr 4, 2010

First of all I have two Gentoo Linux computers. These computer both have Ethernet ports that support 1000MB/s speeds. Here is the ethtool report for both of the cards.


Link detected: yes I have a Cat6 cable connecting the two computers together for direct file backup. Now when I run iperf to check my speeds, I get the following:


My question is why is this so slow and how do I get my speeds closer to 1000Mb/s?

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General :: Which Is Closer To RHEL 5/6, 14, Centos 5.5 Or Another Distro

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Security :: Take A Closer Look Once The Scans Stepped Up A Notch?

Nov 1, 2010

It was recommended that I post the results of a service scan performed against a remote machine. However, before I get flamed for lack of proper etiquette, I asked for advice prior to posting. So, here goes. I have a been getting scanned repeatedly by the same group of addresses for well over 2 months. I decided to take a closer look once the scans stepped up a notch. By "stepped up a notch" I mean more specific. All the originating HOST are using either port 12200 or port 6000. All with one exception, appear to be located in China. The scans are blatant. Over and over again. I noticed some timing between scans that seemed to match up with a European location as well.

The first question would be if I could get in trouble for the remote host actions. I mean, I have noticed pings directed past the router to the internal network now in my linux logs. Could the attacker/scanner be using me as a bounce for other stuff? The scans, as stated before, never stop.

I ran a scan against one of the host out of curiosity. You can check it out at It appeared to be a school in china. Should I report it? IF so, how would aI report it to some guy in china, I don't speak or write Chinese.

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Nov 4, 2010

I have a simple BASH script that I want to make it execute USERNAME and PASSWORD to another bash script and htdigest. But After passwd, with htdigest and the script rustart, I have to manual enter the answers.

echo -n "What is the user name?"
read -e USERNAME



This will ask me for username and password, but I want it to take the username and password from $USERNAME and $PASSWORD

service rustart restart


This script needs a username to restart another exec, but I don't wana have to manually type in the username, I just want it to automatically fill in the $USERNAME

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Feb 9, 2011

I want that I click with the mouse on the video, it paused.I notice that there is "BaconVideoWidget" which I guess is the video rendering widget but it don't have signal named "clicked":

vd = totem_object.get_video_widget()
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Apr 21, 2010

I'm starting to learn python and I am wondering whether I should start with python 2.x or should I just start learning python 3.x?

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Apr 6, 2010

I have an existing line of code from a P2 script that I cannot find a solution to converting to P3:

for i, x in map(None, list1, list2):
I have found the information about converting the simple case:
map(None,x) becomes list(x)

But my googling was unable to find a solution when more than one iterable exists.

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Jan 31, 2010

I have a python script I wrote a while ago and now I would like to call that script from inside C. I know how to do one command from C, but how would you execute an entire script from C, and passing arguments? Like:


int main(void)
python( myprogram(1 2 3) );

So I can pass arguments to my script.

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Programming :: Py_FindMethod In Python 3.1.1

Jan 19, 2010

what the equivalent function in Python 3.1.1 is for Python 2.6.4s:


Be buggered if I can find anything in the doco to say what replaced it or what alternative code may need to be entered to replace it

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Programming :: Python With Web Development ?

Dec 17, 2010

I have decided to learn python as it seems to be powerful not just for web development (like php) but also a clean powerful language for other puposes.

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In order of preference: 1. Comprehensive, 2. Online, 3. Free

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Programming :: Piping In Bash Using Python?

Dec 16, 2010

I have a bash script that I want to import in to Python, mainly just to see if I can or not. However in the script I do use some piping of commands into sed to trim it down to what I need. When I tried doing it with the os.system() call, it didn't work. The exact error is

sed: -e expression #1, char 16: unterminated `s' command

However the command that was run can be run in bash without an error. Is there a better/another way to do this? For reference the command is:


locate -n 1 wp-config.php | sed 's/wp-config.php/
/g' | sed '/wp-config.php/ d' | sed '/^$/ d'

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Programming :: Accessing Python Scripts Using Web?

Mar 17, 2011

I am using Centos. I have written some scipts in python that access my routers and fetch the configuration, etc. Now i was thinking of creating a web interface which i can access from my windows XP. I want it to have good look n feel :-),

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Jan 25, 2009

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