Skip to content

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

Embed
What would you like to do?
BitCode/BitFlag Python Example
# Name: BitCode/BitFlag Python Example
# Author: Bryan McIntosh
######################################################################
# Set bitCode/Flag to run various/multiple sections of code.
# Add the numbers together for each section to run.
# 1: Call section 0 - example: Clean temp directory
# 2: Call section 1 - example: Run FTP Download
# 4: Call section 2 - example: Analyze FTP files and clean
# 8: Call section 3 - example: Say hi
######################################################################
##fn_bits: Calculate binary (base2) numbers from integer (base10)
def fn_bits(n):
while n:
b = n & (~n+1)
yield b
n ^= b
#End function fn_bits
bitRunCode = 9 #This is default, Runs 1 and 8 (1+8=9). Providing runtime argument[1] will override
if len(sys.argv) == 2:
try:
bitRunCode = int(sys.argv[1])
except:
print 'Invalid runtime argument, exiting program without running'
sys.exit()
for b in fn_bits(bitRunCode):
if b == 1:
print 'Call section 0: Clean directory'
elif b == 2:
print '\n Call section 1: FTP'
elif b == 4:
print '\n Call section 2: Analyze'
elif b == 8:
print '\n Call section 3: Hi!
else:
print 'bitRunCode not in range - but you can always add more.'
#FIN
Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment
You can’t perform that action at this time.