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USER = "your_twitter_user"
PASS = "your_twitter_pass"
if "your_twitter" in USER+PASS:
print "You didn't set your twitter username and password in the script!"
USER = raw_input("Username>")
PASS = raw_input("Password>")
import urllib2, json, base64, sys, os
keyReader = None
try:
import termios, tty
def read_key():
oldattr = termios.tcgetattr(sys.stdin)
try:
tty.setraw(sys.stdin)
return sys.stdin.read(1)
finally:
termios.tcsetattr(sys.stdin, termios.TCSANOW, oldattr)
keyReader = "unix"
except:
pass
if not keyReader:
try:
import msvcrt
read_key = msvcrt.getch
keyReader="win"
except:
pass
if not keyReader:
print "Could not find a good key reader, you will have to push enter after typing a key :("
keyReader="python"
read_key=lambda :raw_input()[0]
queries = ['awesome','beautiful','shit','fuck','android','iphone','blackberry','windows','linux','apple','google']
negative_file = open("negative.txt","w")
positive_file = open("postive.txt","w")
query_post = str("track="+",".join([q for q in queries]))
httprequest = urllib2.Request('http://stream.twitter.com/1/statuses/filter.json',query_post)
auth = base64.b64encode('%s:%s' % (USER, PASS))
httprequest.add_header('Authorization', "basic %s" % auth)
stream = urllib2.urlopen(httprequest)
for item in stream:
data = json.loads(item)
if data.get('user',None):
if keyReader == "unix":
os.system("clear")
if keyReader == "win":
os.system("cls")
tweet_text = data['text'].encode('utf8')
print('\n')
print tweet_text
print('\n')
print("Please choose sentiment for this tweet:")
print(" 1 = Positive, 2 = Neutral, 3 = Negative, q = Quit ) > ")
key = read_key()
if key == 'q':
print('\n')
print("You excaped the dungeon!")
break
if key == '1':
positive_file.write("%s \n" % tweet_text)
print('\n')
print("Comment saved as: Positive")
if key == '2':
print('\n')
print("Comment Ignored as: Neutral")
if key == '3':
negative_file.write("%s \n" % tweet_text)
print('\n')
print("Comment saved as: Negative")
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