Python form oriented library
pedro.werneck at bol.com.br
Mon Aug 18 01:35:12 CEST 2003
Freddie... I think you replied to the wrong thread...
Seems like "hex(-5) => Futurewarning: ugh, can't we have a better hex than '-'[:n<0]+hex(abs(n)) ??" is the one you want...
On 18 Aug 2003 12:17:16 +1000
Freddie <oinkfreddie at oinkshlick.oinknet> wrote:
> Caleb Land <bokonon at rochester.rr.com> wrote in
> news:pan.2003.08.17.20.21.45.109000 at rochester.rr.com:
> > Hello,
> > I'm writing a small business accounting type program where the interface
> > is a bunch of forms that represent tables in a database. The interface is
> > usually used completely with the keyboard, but the mouse may also be used.
> > The software does POS, inventory, accounting, etc.
> > The widgets are mostly text entries.
> > Are there any Python libraries that are targetted to this style of
> > interface?
> > If not, does anybody have references to libraries/resources in other
> > languages that might be helpful in designing my own (APIs, design
> > documents, etc)?
> > I've tried googling, but I don't know exactly how to word my request.
> > Sincerely,
> > Caleb Land
> > (bokonon at rochester.rr.com)
> What about crazy people like myself? If you generate a crc32 value with zlib,
> you occasionally get a negative number returned. If you try to convert that
> to hex (to test against a stored CRC32 value), it spits out a FutureWarning
> at me. How rude :) So you end up with stupid things like this in your code:
> # Disable FutureWarning, since it whinges about us making bad hex values :(
> import warnings
> warnings.filterwarnings(action='ignore', category=FutureWarning)
> except NameError:
> del warnings
> Remove the oinks!
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