New to Programming: Adding custom functions with ipynotify classes
steve+comp.lang.python at pearwood.info
Fri Apr 3 13:37:29 CEST 2015
On Fri, 3 Apr 2015 12:30 pm, Saran A wrote:
> Hello All:
> Here is the program that I am trying to write (with specs):
Do you have an actual question?
If you want a code review of your entire application, the polite thing to do
is to ask for volunteers first, before dropping 200+ lines of code on us.
If you have a specific question you would like to ask, then it is good to
focus on that issue alone, not your entire application. I see you say this:
> Many on forums suggest using ipynotify. I am wondering how to combine my
> current script and add it to the ipynotify.
Have you read the examples and followed the tutorial?
By the way, I have found at least one bug in your code:
> #This helper function returns the length of the file
> def file_len(f):
> with open(f) as f:
> for i, l in enumerate(f):
> return i + 1
Not as given it doesn't. It will raise an exception if the file cannot be
opened, and it will return 1 for any file you can read.
After you fix the incorrect indentation, the function is horribly
inefficient. Instead, use this:
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