Python-list Digest, Vol 86, Issue 176

Petar Milin pmilin at ff.uns.ac.rs
Sat Nov 20 20:24:39 CET 2010


Thanks so much! However, 'options lang:de' does not exactly the same
as would 'lr=lang_de'? Am I right?
Since I need number of hits, I would like to have the best, most
correct values! :-)

Sincerely,
PM

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> Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 01:46:33 -0800 (PST)
> Subject: Re: what's the precision of fractions.Fraction?
> On Nov 19, 3:29 pm, RJB <rbott... at csusb.edu> wrote:
>> Does Fractions remove common factors the way it should?
>>
>> If it does and you want to find the closest fraction with a smaller
>> denominator i think tou'll need some number theory and continued
>> fractions.
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> Or perhaps just use the existing Fraction.limit_denominator method
> (which does indeed use some number theory and continued fractions):
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>>>> from fractions import Fraction
>>>> from math import pi
>>>> Fraction.from_float(pi).limit_denominator(1000)
> Fraction(355, 113)
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> From: Stefan Sonnenberg-Carstens <stefan.sonnenberg at pythonmeister.com>
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> Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 11:30:44 +0100
> Subject: Re: Is it possible to use Google's advanced search options?
> Am 20.11.2010 10:37, schrieb Petar Milin:
>
> Hello!
> Can anyone help me with getting number of hits from Google, but with restricton on domain (e.g., .edu) and language (e.g., lang_de)? I have tried with the Pygoogle (from: http://code.google.com/p/pygoogle/):
> from pygoogle import pygoogle
> word = u'something'
> request_word = word.encode('utf-8')
> request = ('%s+site:.edu' % request_word)
> g = pygoogle(request)
> g.get_result_count()
>
> Now, I realized that domain restriction works, but language does not, since it cannot be specified in request like domain in example above.
> Please, help! Is this possible with the Pygoogle? If not, how can I make that happen?
>
> Thanks!
> PM
>
> See below
>
> word = u'something'
> request_word = word.encode('utf-8')
> request = ('%s site:.edu options lang:de' % request_word)
> g = pygoogle(request)
> g.get_result_count()
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