crc32 in Python

July 10, 2007
from zlib import crc32
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Python: Why to assign functions’ return values to dummy variables

May 12, 2007

In response to Kototama’s comment in the previous post:

There is a need, when running directly under the interpreter (code placed in the global namespace, not inside a function or method), to assign the return value of any function to a dummy variable.

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Python tricks: “Press Enter to exit” on unhandled exception

May 5, 2007

When I write Python scripts on Windows, I often write a main() function, and when it throws an exception I don't handle, the console window closes immediately before giving me a chance to look at the traceback.

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Writing matrix-style scripts

May 5, 2007

I like to write what I call “matrix-style scripts” – those are scripts that work in a command line window, get a few parameters at first and then just start running, filling the screen with text as they go along, like in The Matrix (or in Hollywood productions in general).

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Photo gallery on a restricted server

May 2, 2007

In this post, I’ll take you through my latest personal project – building a dynamic photo gallery. (The gallery existed before, but it was static HTML created by long nights of copying and pasting in Notepad.)
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