i am trying to import specified modules from test_file hierarchy something like : test_case1.py test_subsuite_2 test_sub_2.1.1.py test_suite2 is it possible to do a run import on this hierarchy /project/main.py /project/test_files test_files folder hierarchy is like this : test_files test_suite1 test_case1.py test_subsuite_1 test_sub1_1.py test_sub1_2.py test_subsuite_2 test_subsuite_2_1 test_sub_2.1.1.py test_sub2_1.py test_sub3_2.py test_suite2 test_case2.py test_subsuite2_1 test_sub21_1.py test_sub21_2.py test_subsuite2_2 test_sub22_1.py test_sub23_2.py
I am using SAS to generate two CSV files every 24 hours. And I have used a bat script to save the generated CSV files in a folder in Google Drive. The CSV files are replaced, so there will always only be these two files in the folder. The CSV files are seperated by "," and contain only three columns or four columns. I want to create a direct link between a google sheet and the CSV files, so that the google sheet updates to the newest numbers automatically. I have tried using the function "ImportData" with no luck =IMPORTDATA("https://drive.google.com/file/d/123231jshu231731/edit?usp=sharing")
So I've properly attached DHT22 Humidity Sensor to my BeagleBone Black Rev C. I'm running OS Mavericks on my MacBook Pro and I followed the directions provided by Adafruit on how to use my DHT22 The website I used was pretty clear: https://learn.adafruit.com/dht-humidity-sensing-on-raspberry-pi-with-gdocs-logging/software-install-updated Also here is the github files I cloned: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_Python_DHT I put in these lines: git clone https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_Python_DHT.git cd Adafruit_Python_DHT sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install build-essential python
I have fixed width data files (.dbf) that don't have line separators. Here is what two lines of that datafile looks like: 20141101 77h 3.210 0 3 20141102 76h 3.090 0 3 The widths of one line is c(8,4,7,41) for date (8), some time measure (4), the data point (7), and some other columns that i can summarize in one "rest" column (41). After one line there is no separator and the next line is just appended to the first line. All time steps are basically written consecutively in one massive line. There is exclusively numbers, characters and white space in this file. With read.fwf('filepath', widths
I am trying to import a Java API, which is distributed as a jar file. I followed the instructions from this answer at a similar question in Stack Overflow, but it didn't work. In Jython, I did: >>> import sys >>> sys.path.append("/path/to/jar/api") >>> from com.thingmagic import * Traceback (most recent calls last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> ImportError: no module named thingmagic Am I missing something or did I do something wrong?
I've recently ported my Python project to run on Python 3.1. For that I had to adopt the policy of relative imports within the submodules and subpackages of my project. I've don’t that and now the project itself works, but I noticed I can't execute any of the subpackages or submodules in it. If I try, I get "builtins.ValueError: Attempted relative import in non-package". I can only import the whole project. Is this normal?
In VB.NET, I could make my math code a lot cleaner by Importing System.Math and referencing its methods directly: Imports System.Math [...] Return New Vector3(Sin(az) * Cos(el), Cos(az) * Cos(el), Sin(el)) But I don't think C# can Use classes in order to access their methods implicitly, so I have to do something like: using System; [...] return new Vector3(Math.Sin(az) * Math.Cos(el), Math.Cos(az) * Math.Cos(el), Math.Sin(el)); But that's ugly; it needs its own scroll bar!. Is there any way to write something in C# that looks like my VB.NET code? I could write local wrapper methods for Sin and
I have PDFs that are mostly simply formatted text. I would like to parse the text with PHP. I realize that the PDF is binary so I need a utility or library to convert it to text. Any recommendations?
I would like to use an SQLite database from Microsoft Access (access from- or transfer the contents to Microsoft Access). How can this be done using VBA? This is for a client who can not install extra software: Does a library exist in VBA to use SQLite databases?