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class NewSyms(dict):
"""Retains updates to a dictionary.
The intended purpose of this class is to facilitate the creation of
class factories. If the locals dictionary is passed to set_initial(),
function/method parameters and other initialization bindings that have
been made will be recorded, and when retain_new() is called with the
local dictionary later, only newer bindings will be retained, for use
as the dictionary of class attributes.
# PEP514 defines these registry entries
from __future__ import print_function
import pybits
import sys
"""Presumes that the bitness is a power of two. There have been exceptions,
but they are hopefully securely sealed up in the dustbin of history. I
am not aware of any port of Python to such a platform.
Additionally, systems with fewer than eight bits are not handled correctly.
If you find yourself in such a situation, you are presumed to know better
than to rely on this module."""
def pyBits():
# Originally from
# Updated for Python3 by Chris Fuller.
# The automated 2to3 translation doesn't work. The tricky bit is the heap item.
# This is a (int, object) tuple in the original module, but the second element
# becomes a map iterator in Python3, which does not compare, so an exception
# is raised when the heap is sorted.
# It turns out that the object in the original tuple is irrelevant to the sort
# (it compares by memory location, which isn't well defined!). The int deter-
# Query the current version of maven artifacts at jcenter
# Current favorites:
# org=org.jetbrains.kotlin pkg=kotlin-runtime
# org=io.kotlintest pkg=kotlintest
# org=no.tornado pkg=tornadofx
import requests
View classy.js
// Requires ES5
// Inheritance pattern inspired by
// instanceOf has the usual straightforward-inheritance-checker problems with iFrames
if (typeof classyJS === 'undefined') {
var classyJS = (function () {
'use strict';
from math import ceil
# for example, inc=4 gives ln16, or the number of hexadecimal digits
# required to represent n.
def ln2(n, inc=1):
if n<0:
raise ValueError('math domain error')
i = 0
n = int(ceil(n))
_fmtinner = ('',' ') * 3 + ('','-') + ('',' ') * 3 + ('','')
_fmtouter = (' ', ' |', '|')
def _mkhex(d, i):
return '%02x' % (ord(d[i]),)
except IndexError:
return ' '
def _mkchar(d, i):
View hexdump.format
"%04_ax "
2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x" "-" 2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x" " " 2/1 "%02x"
" |"
16/ "%_p"
from __future__ import print_function
# The definitions are in the file "mydirs.dat" which is in the same directory
# as this file. Lines of this file may be blank or a label/directory pair,
# colon delimited. These can contain just about anything that doesn't confuse
# the shell, except colons and newlines, of course.
# Into your .bashrc, .profile, .zshrc, or whatever:
# cd_()