[Baypiggies] Speaking of Wave

Andrew Dalke dalke at dalkescientific.com
Mon Nov 23 11:12:00 CET 2009

On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 10:58 PM, Ryan Delucchi <bender at onsrc.com>  
> Nice!  And I'd expect this would be low on false positives since  
> people don't naturally inject "+1" into their dialog, unless if  
> they are "voting".

Really? Searching my sent mail and eyeballing the results, 20% are  
votes, 25% are US international phone prefix, and the other uses of  
"+1" are "other", giving a pretty high false positive rate.

phone number, with international dialing prefix
(this occurs a lot in my emails)
71905.emlx:wherever I am, is +1 505 216 0628.  My Sweden mobile number

I work with atoms, which can have charges
71934.emlx:          unspecified charge means 1 (either +1 or -1 as  
74929.emlx:with some +1 group, like an H+ in water?  Or like a proton

An mxTextTools tag table
71983.emlx:             (None, SubTable, expr.make_parser().tagtable,  
+1, "start

Parsing the header line of a FASTA file (skipping the leading '>')
72582.emlx:             strcpy(header, line+1); // +1 to avoid > at  
the beginnin

72767.emlx:Chicago.  I'm in Sweden, which is +1 hours from Iceland.

More offset information
73440.emlx:working with C functions.  (Internally, all strings take  
+1 byte to
74266.emlx:take each one forward, and compare the sets of nodes at  
+1, +2, ...

Bit of astronomy:
76127.emlx:  Mars (magnitude +1.1, in Sagittarius) glows in the  
southeast in

Test code for date parsing routines
90790.emlx:        ("mm", ["%02d" % i for i in range(60)], "1 +1 -1  

Some Python internals
78233.emlx:     Py_ssize_t result = string_find_internal(self, args,  

Diff output:
80698.emlx:date: 2005/04/14 12:24:58;  author: andreas;  state: Exp;   
lines: +1 -1


				dalke at dalkescientific.com

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