I have an Excel Sheet with about 4500 checkboxes (I know, it sounds stupid, but it is for a customer, please do not ask...). Just wrote the VBA Sub below to uncheck all the boxes together. So far it works, but it is terribly slow, it takes more than 5...
For A=[1,2,3]I would like to getB=['r1','t1','r2','t2','r3','t3']I know it is easy to get ['r1','r2','r3'] by
Let's say I have a "rectangular grid" made of nested arrays, like this:I am trying to iterate across its columns, so the result will be like 'a0', 'b0', 'c0', 'd0', 'a1'... etc.
This code works but I was wondering if there is a more pythonic way for writing it.word_frequency is a dictionary of lists, e.g.:
How to have output : My below code is undefined, I want the array city + date to be together in the birthday.
For my assignment I have to replace for loops with streams that count the frequency of words in a text document, and I am having trouble figuring the TODO part out.
What is process that occurs for a while-loop to evaluate to False on an empty list ?For instance:Essentially, I want to know which method or attribute of the list object the while-loop is inspecting in order to decide wether to terminate or not.
I'm in the process of migrating a project from Visual Basic to C# and I've had to change how a for loop being used is declared.
Perhaps a very dumb question.I am trying to "vectorize" the following loop:I think it is simply x[sig] but the result does not match.
Suppose I have a pandas dataframe with two columns: ID and Days. DataFrame is sorted by ascending order in both variables. For example: