Finally some proper #pcode activity from my side: I wrote a #Python version of my parser combinator library, check it out if you want an easy way to write simple parsers: https://gitlab.com/wim_v12e/parser-combinators-py
Hey #pcode folks, I'm too busy (writing non-Python code) to post much, but my offer for mentoring or commenting on your code still stands!
Seeing there are new ppl here, I thought I'd repost some #introductions
Hi #pcode people. Must admit, the heat wave and some other things happening here had somehow managed to leave my python reading at the bottom end of my to do's. But am picking things up now. Because i needed some flavor to spice the reading, i surfed a bit and liked this gem about face detection. Way too advanced for me, but made me smile and enthusiastic, and maybe do this to you too.
Hi #pcode, due to big changes at work (mainly my work load doubling and time spent learning work related stuff is gonna triple!) I'm not going to have time to get involved or even keep up my Python learning 😭 hopefully when things calm down I can recommit myself 😉
"binsnitch: binsnitch can be used to detect silent unwanted changes to files on your system. It will scan a given directory recursively for files and keep track of any changes it detects, based on the SHA256 hash of the file. You have the option to either track executable files, or all files."
"Building a botnet on PyPi"
I'm on vacation and my #pcode participation and python learning is basically: read interesting articles and share them here. I like that approach for now and will go back to the actual coding practice once I'm back home.
I think it's time to find a nice little project, that will keep me occupied for a few weeks. But I have no idea yet.
How is your #pcode going?
The meaning of underscores in python
#pcode Still no internets in my new home, having a nightmare dealing with Virgin. I will be spending my lunchtime on the phone with them again as I just received my first bill which is more than double what it should be for normal service let alone when I haven't any!
Anyone has an idea or hint on this #python problem?
I want to read a log from a device using telnetlib. I send "show log" and then get a reply, but if it's longer than 22 lines, the device waits for the user to press return before displaying the rest. I don't know an "expected" string to use with read_until, nor do I know how long the reply will be.
Any help would be appreciated :)
@Jules I'm still here but I have been moving house and getting new internets setup so i'm well behind on my Python learning. This week at work isn't looking to hopeful either but I'm still committed, I really want to look back on #pcode and be able to say that's when I finally "got into code" and did something productive in my spare time 😁