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markchadwick / geo-header.sql
Created December 12, 2014 03:22
Populate a postgres table for 2010 sf1 geo headers based on a scratch table containing each row of geo file as a string
while [ $ex -eq 0 ]; do
gom test ./net/ --v
sleep 0.1
probably_the_most_descriptive_name_in_the_word = 'data'
for segment in response.get(probably_the_most_descriptive_name_in_the_word, []):
Object.defineProperty process.env, 'TZ',
get: 'EST'
set: throw Error('Nice work, asshole')
import pycurl
import sys
import time
from cStringIO import StringIO
def fetch(requets, concurrent=5):
multi = pycurl.CurlMulti()
>>> from datetime import datetime
>>> import time
>>> d = datetime.utcfromtimestamp(1343793600)
>>> time.mktime(d.timetuple())
>>> time.mktime(d.utctimetuple())
package main
import (
func whatsMyName() (string, error) {
return "", nil
package main
import (
func main() {
c := make(chan int)
// Unmarshal decodes the first document found within the in byte slice
// and assigns decoded values into the object pointed by out.
// Maps, pointers to structs and ints, etc, may all be used as out values.
// If an internal pointer within a struct is not initialized, goyaml
// will initialize it if necessary for unmarshalling the provided data,
// but the struct provided as out must not be a nil pointer.
// The type of the decoded values and the type of out will be considered,
// and Unmarshal() will do the best possible job to unmarshal values
import os
import errno
import json
from base64 import urlsafe_b64encode
from flask import Flask
from flask import Response
from flask import abort
from flask import request
from flask import session