magicrebirth


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You need to convert Python source code into HTML markup, rendering comments, keywords, operators, and numeric and string literals in different colors. tokenize.generate_tokens does most of the work. We just need to loop over all tokens it finds, to...
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[from the author's website] I wrote this to better understand the relationship between RGB colors. Running it will generate a fairly large HTML file with all sorts of color transitions on it so you can see what is happening as colors are tweaked in...
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The resulting tree is represented through a dict where each father gets a key (with all the children as args)
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save as a file and run....
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Dictionaries cant be sorted, so you need to transform it into a list and sort that one!
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Turning a dictionary into a list or an iterator is easy. To get a list of keys, you can just cast the dict into a list. It's cleaner, though to call .keys() on the dictionary to get a list of the keys, or .iterkeys() to get an iterator. Similarly, yo...
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ElementTree is provided as part of the standard Python libs. ElementTree is pure python, and cElementTree is the faster C implementation: Here's an example usage, where I'm consuming xml from a RESTful web service:
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Now that you have set up your ManyToManyField to use your intermediary model (Membership, in this case), you're ready to start creating some many-to-many relationships. You do this by creating instances of the intermediate model:
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