kandi X-RAY | taichi Summary
kandi X-RAY | taichi Summary
Here's how you can program a 2D fractal in Taichi:.
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import taichi as ti import numpy as np ti.init(arch=ti.cpu) num_vertices = 1000 pos = ti.Vector.field(3, dtype=ti.f32, shape=(10, 10, 10)) rgba = ti.Vector.field(4, dtype=ti.f32, shape=(10, 10, 10)) @ti.kernel def place_pos(): for i, j, k in
import taichi as ti ti.init(arch=ti.vulkan) # Alternatively, ti.init(arch=ti.cpu) n = 128 quad_size = 1.0 / n dt = 4e-2 / n substeps = int(1 / 60 // dt) gravity = ti.Vector([0, -9.8, 0]) spring_Y = 3e4 dashpot_damping = 1e4 drag_damping = 1 ball_
scene.lines(vertices, width, indices, color, per_vertex_color, vertex_offset, vertex_count, index_offset, index_count) scene.mesh(vertices, indices, normals, color, per_vertex_color, vertex_offset, vertex_count, index_offset, index_count, show_wiref
Trending Discussions on taichi
I tried to run a script with python, it has taichi package downloaded from GitHub.
I have little knowledge of how python packages are installed, now I got error in command prompt like "ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'taichi'"
I just installed package downloaded from GitHub: https://pypi.org/project/taichi/#files
Hope someone can teach what should I do to run my script contains taichi package~...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-24 at 15:58
To install packages in python you just run the command
pip install (name of package) in the command prompt so in your case that would be
pip install taichi
I am creating an installer using Inno Setup. Below is my code.
In my code, I save the configuration files in
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-02 at 08:20
I am trying my first time to scrape the information from website and export it to excel file. However, not the whole information is scraped, nor the file is created for the export.
This is what I get in anaconda:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-03 at 06:33
Your code runs fine. Just correct this in your loop:
I tried the GitHub code to make a USB connection with an iOS device and Python on a PC.
The above code was created in Python2, so I ran
2to3 -w usbmux.py to convert it to Python3 code.
The Python3 code is as follows....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-20 at 01:57
Edit: actually you may need to do something slightly different, since it looks like socket.send wants bytes as input. So you'd need to convert the combined payload to bytes.
You could try changing the following code that seems to be populating the payload to return bytes in both cases. Notice the "b" added in the return values to specify bytes instead of str. You are hitting the TYPE_LISTEN case but should test the other case as well, as it looks like it had the same bug trying to concat str and bytes:
I created a simple script like the following.
This simply creates a text.txt file in the same location as the executable.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-09 at 16:52
"It seems that innosetup caused such an error. What caused it?"
No, the error comes from the python script !! pyinstaller : Failed to execute script
__ file __ is the name of the current file, which may be different from the
main script if you are inside a module or if you start a script using execfile()
test.exe vs test.py
os.path.abspath(sys.argv) may fail if not also test.py is in the same folder as test.exe
No vulnerabilities reported
Operating systems Windows1 Linux macOS
Python: 3.6 ~ 3.9 (64-bit only)
Compute backends x64/ARM CPUs CUDA Vulkan OpenGL (4.3+) Apple Metal WebAssembly (experiemental)
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