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Unable to authenitcate with python minds api


Unable to authenitcate with python minds api

By : user2173035
Date : October 22 2020, 08:10 AM
will be helpful for those in need After compare to browser request again and again. The reason why occurred error is you gave a wrong content-type, but actually you need to send as json data (it seems website is making joke). So you need to specify headers["content-type"] = "text/plain". Otherwise website will response 500.
Note: To avoid broad discussion, i can only answer this error.
code :
def authenticate(self, username, password, save_profile=True) -> dict:
    """
    Authenticate current instance with given user
    :param: save_profile: whether to save profile locally
    """
    auth = {
        'username': username,
        'password': password
    }
    self.con.headers["content-type"] = "text/plain" ####
    resp = self.con.post(AUTHENTICATE_URL, json=auth)
    self.user = resp.json()
    if self.user['status'] == 'failed':
        raise AuthenticationError("Couldn't log in with the given credentials")
    self.guid = self.user['user']['guid']
    if save_profile:
        Profile(
            username=username,
            password=password,
            cookie=self.get_cookies(),
            proxy=self.con.proxies.get('https'),
        ).save()
    return resp.json()


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Does sql server minds the way records where inserted?

Does sql server minds the way records where inserted?


By : juang
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps The behaviour is not guaranteed. Your query will return two rows, but which ones is undefined.
When I experiment with
code :
create table #t (id int, val char(1), t timestamp)
insert #t  (id, val) values (1,'a')
insert #t  (id, val) values (1,'a')
insert #t  (id, val) values (2,'b')

insert #t  (id, val) values (1,'a')
insert #t  (id, val) values (2,'b')
insert #t  (id, val) values (2,'b')
select * from #t 

select * from ( 
select *, row_number() over (partition by id order by id) as rn from #t  
) k where rn=1 


drop table #t
Unable to call functions from a class in python. Learning python the hardway ex49

Unable to call functions from a class in python. Learning python the hardway ex49


By : Emeka Eluwa
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue If you're working with classes, your functions will look a little different. The first parameter in the function definition will refer to the object itself, and is usually called self as you did in __init__. Add a self parameter to each additional instance method, and then use other parameters (like word_list) as needed. Then refer to these instance methods with self.method_name.
code :
def parse_subject(self, word_list):
    self.skip(word_list, 'stop')
    next_word = self.peek(word_list)

    if next_word == 'noun':
        return self.match(word_list, 'noun')
    elif next_word == 'verb':
        return ('noun', 'player')
    else:
        raise ParserError("Expected a verb next.")
Unable to import SWIG generated Python wrapper with different Python interpreters version

Unable to import SWIG generated Python wrapper with different Python interpreters version


By : irvin aurand
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . SWIG ultimately produces a Python extension which is inherently tied to a single version (and configuration) of Python.
SWIG itself is responsible only for the generation of code, not building it. It produces both C code to implement a Python extension, and a Python wrapper around that. Both of these outputs that SWIG generates should be version-agnostic.
Unable to use pyexcel-xls with pyinstaller . python executable not working . python version 3.4.4

Unable to use pyexcel-xls with pyinstaller . python executable not working . python version 3.4.4


By : taikoMFAR
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine The Problem
pyexcel-io uses a method for including plug-ins that pyinstaller does not support. See this issue.
code :
--hidden-import pyexcel_xls.xls
Unable to do full installation of OpenAI Gym - Unable to create process using '"c:\python37-32\python.exe"

Unable to do full installation of OpenAI Gym - Unable to create process using '"c:\python37-32\python.exe"


By : user2730890
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I'm trying to do the full installation of OpenAI Gym, using the command: pip install -e '.[all]'. , Try this:
code :
python -m pip install -e '.[all]'
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