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CIS 15 - Cloud Programming in Python (Shared screen with speaker view)
Carter Frost
44:22
Why not use sys.argv[1]?
Dani Latta
45:50
that was exactly my problem
Scott Pastrone
48:52
Where / How is madlib defined as, 'I like to {verb} etc?
Jacob Rosen
58:36
argv is a public variable in the sys class. You access it by importing sys. If you make a new argv in your program, it will take priority over argv from sys
Jacob Rosen
58:46
hope that clarifies something for people who are confused
Darren Churchill
01:03:39
It can help with documentation to tell other people what items in a package you’re going to use
Dani Latta
01:19:41
they do it for the lulz
Dani Latta
01:21:07
script kiddies
Marcos Della
01:23:08
woo hoo
Carter Frost
01:23:11
http://map.norsecorp.com/
Marcos Della
01:24:01
even if you DO intend.... credit freeze...
Kyle B
01:24:17
equifax is charging for credit freezes i heard
Carter Frost
01:24:56
yeah they are like the mob you pay them to protect yourself from them
Marcos Della
01:25:03
work with whoever you "get" credit from, ask them who they will check with for your credit so that you can "unlock" that one (of three) vendors for a short period of time
Marcos Della
01:26:07
BTW the reason they "charge" you is that even they can't use your infromation to "sell" to their customers without it being unfrozen. So its NOT in their interest for you to freeze things (even if it is in your interest)
Carter Frost
01:26:11
also https://www.fireeye.com/cyber-map/threat-map.html and http://www.digitalattackmap.com/#anim=1&color=0&country=ALL&list=0&time=17432&view=map
Marcos Della
01:26:43
couldn't hear the question
Carter Frost
02:01:49
import os
Unknown Speaker
00:00
cwd = os.getcwd()
Scott Pastrone
02:08:55
Any comments on the difference between \n and \r?
Dani Latta
02:09:08
vinyl sales are big right now
Carter Frost
02:10:55
windows
Dani Latta
02:12:07
its why enter is sometimes called return
Dani Latta
02:13:15
yes
Dani Latta
02:13:29
but only PC keyboards said "return" instead of "enter
Dani Latta
02:13:59
grep?
Darren Churchill
02:17:01
It makes more sense why you have to read lines over from the beginning once you know how array lookups work in memory
Carter Frost
02:19:09
split('\n')?
Tasha Bales
02:32:08
What is "flush" doing?
Darren Churchill
02:44:16
Will the file be closed if you don’t catch a thrown exception?
Scott Pastrone
02:45:52
So, right when you open a new file, the safe thing to do is add this "with" statement...?
Scott Pastrone
02:46:15
Is that what he's saying?
Kyle B
03:54:29
mike is knocking the dust off the books