I am trying to find out the version of Visual Studio that is used to compile the Python on my computer
What’s the fastest way to take a screenshot on windows?
PIL.ImageGrab is rather slow.. it takes between 4-5 seconds to take 30 screenshots of the same small window. Taking screenshots of the whole desktop is even slower.
I’m new to Python, and I just made a game and a menu in Python.
Question is, that using (raw_)input() requires me to press enter after every keypress, I’d like to make it so that pressing down-arrow will instantly select the next menu item, or move down in the game. At the moment, it requires me to like type “down” and then hit enter. I also did quite a lot of research, but I would prefer not to download huge modules (e.g. pygame) just to achieve a single keyDown() method. So are there any easier ways, which I just couldn’t find?
I’d like to call the “convert” utility from ImageMagick from my Python script using Popen, like so:
I’m attempting to sort a list of strings in a locale-aware manner. I’ve used the Babel library for other i18n-related tasks, but it doesn’t support sorting. Python’s
locale module provides a
strcoll function, but requires the locale of the process to be set to the one I want to work with. Kind of a pain, but I can live with it.
I’d like to run a process and not wait for it to return. I’ve tried spawn with P_NOWAIT and subprocess like this:
While using multiprocessing in python on windows, it is expected to protect the entry point of the program. The documentation says “Make sure that the…
subprocess.Popen.terminate calls win32’s
TerminalProcess. However, the behavior I see is that child processes of the process I am trying to terminate are still running. Why is that? How do I ensure all child processes started by the process are killed?
At the command prompt, navigate to the directory containing
get-pip.py and run