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I have data and convert into dataframe d = [ (1,70399,0.988375133622), (1,33919,0.981573492596), (1,62461,0.981426807114), (579,1,0.983018778374), (745,1,0.995580488899), (834,1,0.980942505189) ] df = pd.DataFrame(d, columns=['source', 'target', 'weight']) >>> df source target weight 0 ...

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I’m looking to make a deep copy of a class object that contains a list of class objects, each with their own set of stuff. The objects don’t contain anything more exciting than ints and lists (no dicts, no generators ...

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I want to be able to execute the following code: import numpy z=numpy.zeros(4) k="z[i-1]" for i in range(len(b)): z[i]=k Which should return the same output as: z=numpy.zeros(4) for i in range(6): z[i]=z[i-1] If I execute the first code block, I get an ...

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I’m trying to use pycparser to parse this C code: https://github.com/nbeaver/mx-trunk/blob/0b80678773582babcd56fe959d5cfbb776cc0004/libMx/d_adsc_two_theta.c A repo with a minimal example and Makefile is here: https://github.com/nbeaver/pycparser-problem Using pycparser v2.14 (from pip) and gcc 4.9.2 on Debian Jessie. Things I have tried: Pass the -nostdinc flag to ...

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