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comment Git diff between given two tags
@CMCDragonkai: perhaps you are looking for the --cherry argument.
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comment What is the Matlab equivalent to Python's `not in`?
also: set(lst1) - set(lst2)
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revised Renaming files in a folder to sequential numbers
mv -i
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revised Python: Why does os.getcwd() sometimes crash with OSError?
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comment Git diff between given two tags
@CMCDragonkai that is what this command does, it shows the additional commits on tag2 since tag1.
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answered How do I add a background image to a GTK TreeView?
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revised What is the best way to write the contents of a StringIO to a file?
use the new with keyword
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answered Gradient Fill under Matplotlib Graphs
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comment Gradient Fill under Matplotlib Graphs
is the first data link working?
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awarded Autobiographer
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comment boost::bind not working as expected in multi threaded process
are you saving the itemHandler in the itemWork object and calling it from there? in that case previous assignments will be overwritten. if you instead use the itemHandler in the function, .work, it should use the thread-specific one. anyway, the contents of itemwork.work would be useful information.
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comment what will process created by fork() do in python?
what do you want it to do?
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revised Numpy advanced indexing on a matrix given a condition
standalone
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answered Numpy advanced indexing on a matrix given a condition
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comment What to do when you run out of rope on a sports climb?
That is true. Ideally I'd use the top two bolts like in your sketch. I have come across single bolt anchors, but in general they are not common. The situation is similar to having to get off a route that you are unable to climb.
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comment What to do when you run out of rope on a sports climb?
See my comments above, committing to one bolt is poor advice. Leaving another carabiner in the second bolt is cheap insurance. Doing sports-climbing, it is likely at some point to have to leave the equivalent of one quickdraw. Bolts sometimes fail too. (your sketch does use a backup bolt. also it would be interesting to know its source).
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