Python Noob Question.

Owatch charles.xrandolph2 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 12:56:43 CET 2012


On Sunday, December 2, 2012 11:44:05 PM UTC+2, Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> On Sun, 02 Dec 2012 12:33:58 -0800, Owatch wrote:
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> > Sorry, but I was redirected here via a thread on another forum
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> > concerning where to find help for Python. (Python-forums.org not working
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> > for me)
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> > I wanted to ask if there was any way I could write a simple Python
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> > Temperature program. Where essentially it somehow (Now sure how, I'm a
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> > noob remember) read temps off of windows (Providing windows records cpu
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> > temps) from their program and then rang an alarm if temperatures
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> > exceeded a certain value.
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> > I can write the part about the alarm going off. But I have no idea how
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> > to have it stream or update values it would grab from that program
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> > (whatever it might be).
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> > Could you please help, or tell me if its possible. Thanks, Owatch.
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> Yes, it's possible, but if you have no idea which program you want to 
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> read temperature data from, what makes you think we would have any better 
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> idea? This is a Python forum, not a "Windows programs that give 
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> temperature data" forum.
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> I recommend you start by doing some research into how to read the 
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> temperature data, including the name of the program. Once you have that, 
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> come back to us for help in using Python.
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> Steven

Sorry if I didn't specify what program. I was thinking of using Core Temp 1.0.
Their website is here: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

Or using CPUz. 

If I've got to choose than I'll take Core Temp 1.0

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