3.9.7 downloadable docs missing
It seems there is no coordination between release of the python interpreter and the documentation. Perhaps the two parts of the web pages could be updated together as one transaction to ensure there is never one without the other (only matched sets of docs/interpreter can be put live on the page)?
I refer specifically to
and I need the html .tar.bz2 from docs to build the python if I want online help, right? It must exist or they couldn't build the binary releases, right? But it isn't on the web site anywhere I can find it.
I did hunt around and finally found it here:
But will most people be that patient?
Anyway, please reconsider your current policy (for last several releases) of not releasing this stuff in tandem in one transaction via the website. It's irksome to have to go hunt for it every time....
It's not my browser webcache (I cleared it to be sure).
In the second paragraph, first sentence of base64 docs it says "The RFC
3548 encodings are suitable for encoding binary data so that it can safely
sent by email, used as parts of URLs, or included as part of an HTTP POST
request." but it misses a 'be'.
It should be " "The RFC 3548 encodings are suitable for encoding binary
data so that it can *be* safely sent by email, used as parts of URLs, or
included as part of an HTTP POST request."
Link to page: https://docs.python.org/3/library/base64.html
Hi There, Hope you find this mail in good health.
I am Umang Goswami, a Python developer and student working on a huge
project for automation of music instruments. I am producing the musical
notes using the Beep function of Winsound Module(
https://docs.python.org/3/library/winsound.html) by passing frequency as a
argument to the function.
Now whenever i provide frequency of any note in decimal(for example
277.1826 for C4 note) it shows following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:\Users\Umang Goswami\Desktop\Umang Goswami\test.py", line 2, in
TypeError: integer argument expected, got float
Now I have to round up the frequencies. This is hurting the quality,
accuracy ,authenticity and future of the project. Almost all the notes have
the frequencies in decimal parts. Rounding up means changing semitones and
quatertones thus whole note itself. This problem is technically making my
Its my humble request to you all, I beg you, Please tell me how to overcome
this issue. I have consulted many sources both online and offline but I
remained unsatisfied. I can not make audio files of each note because there
are many many notes and so practically making so many files of different
time length wont help.
Please suggest to me the way to resolve this issue or is there any other
module to produce the sound of decimal frequency.
Waiting in your reply,
My name's Hawraa I'm doing master's degree in computer science and i have
to write an assignment about python i was researching for python libraries
and found your pdf provided with an email please can you send my all the
types of libraries and it's types