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kandi X-RAY | Impostor Summary
Impostor is one of the first Among Us private servers, written in C#.
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I’m coding a discord bot. I have a problem at the line 58. I don’t know what I need to do. I’m using repl.it to code my bot and Uptime robot to make my bot always online. My bot is in French, so don’t take care of the weird orthography. This is my code:.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 19:06
async def cf(ctx):
coinflip = ['pile', 'face']
I'm making a Python Among Us game (kinda). I need some help on making a time limit on how quick the person has to input the text. Look at my code below....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-07 at 15:08
from threading import Thread
answer = None
if answer != None:
Thread(target = check).start()
answer = input("Input something: ")
I've been trying to make a python Among Us game (kinda I guess) but this error has been really annoying. Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-07 at 13:50
I think you are using an online IDE, or giving an empty input file to read input from.
I was able to re-generate your exception, when i created an empty file
empty.txt and passed that as argument while running above code segment.
I'm working on a TensorFlow model to be deployed on an embedded system. For this purpose, I need to quantize the model to int8. The model is composed of three distinct models:
- CNN as a feature extractor
- TCN for temporal prediction
- FC/Dense as last classfier.
I implemented the TCN starting from this post with some modifications. In essence, the TCN is just a set of 1D convolutions (with some 0-padding) plus an add operation....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 15:45
As suggested by @JaesungChung, the problem seems to be solved using tf-nightly (I tested on 2.5.0-dev20210325).
It's possible to obtain the same effect in 2.4.0 using a workaround and transforming the Conv1D into Conv2D with a width of 1 and using a flat kernel (1, kernel_size).
i have a problem. I'm trying to do some scala tests. My problem is that I don't know how to take the return of a method to test whether it returns a sequence to me or not. How can i do it? My Test class is: (It works)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-17 at 15:55
You can use one of the
receive... methods on
TestProbe to collect the
GamePlayersClient messages sent to the probe and then use ScalaTest's matchers to assert things about those messages.
For example, you could replace
My code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-14 at 21:04
The problem is in this lines
send.message.channel. Send is not defined, you need define the channel first and send the embebed message after.
I have a for loop that generates a list but I'd like to turn that into a dataframe. I get stuck with how to correctly append the elements. Currently, this is my for loop and a snippet of what I get back...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-12 at 17:33
You will need to put the values you want in a list of dictionaries or a list of lists. Then, you can give that list-of-dictionaries to
pandas.DataFrame() and it'll create the dataframe for you. For example,
I am creating an Among Us ripoff (for fun!) and the while True & if/elif/else statements will only return false (not An Impostor) with the inputs. I had created a list for the names and 2 random elements from the list will be chosen as An Impostor. However, whenever I input a name that is The Impostor, it will only return
(player) was not An Impostor.
Here is my code;...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-23 at 04:23
I think this line is the source of the problem:
if talk != impostor1 or talk != impostor2:
impostor1 is player1 and
impostor2 is player2 and someone
input in player1, according to Python
Boolean expression operator
if statement will evaluate like this:
if player1 != impostor1 evaluated to
False because player1 is indeed equals to
So far so good, but because the first test is a
False, Python simply evaluates and returns the right side operand which may be either
False. In your case Python will evaluate
if talk != impostor2 and return
True, thereafter executes the nested block.
having spent the better part of two days on this, time to get some help.
I am reworking our CI build, and have a VS2017 solution which was on .net 4.6.1, using packages.config style nuget refs, and TeamCity was using the NuGet runner v3.4.4 to restore the packages. It was originally build probably using VS2008 or 10, then converted to 2017 in 2018. Someone checked in the packages directory and it's been that way for years.
Time to bring it up to more modern standards. I converted the projects to use packageReference, and now am using msbuild and the restore;build target to restore my packages and build the solution. Works well EXCEPT for this one package.
Even in VisualStudio 2017 15.8.7, the build (which does the restore of course) is failing to restore the smtp-impostor package using a packageReference with the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-20 at 08:07
Newer versions of NuGet.exe can't resolve framework match when restoring older packages (net40, netframework40)
Actually, the package was published on 2011 and the new package management format PackageReference was used since VS2017.
Besides, the author did not make any changes to the package to accommodate the new Packagereference. And I faced the same issue in my side.
As a workaround, you have to use
packages.config to install this nuget package rather than
Since VS2017, VS adds the new
PackageReference nuget management format and for your old VS2008, it uses
Or you could contains the author of the nuget package to change it.
I am fetching json data from the public folder's Blog.json file, but the state is returning an array within an array and I'm unable to fetch the data I need.
here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-21 at 20:38
In react each item inside a loop should have a key
please refer this
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