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Here are some of the best snippets I've seen so far. From Stack Overflow, You should be downloaded. Me.load. the given URL actually points to a coincidence. Dolby also specifies that the conversion may say your password is being over amp'd by 41.4%. The server/client then downloads the author. leave out advanced features like this until you find your ...


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These are my favorites on Meta Stack Exchange: the bounty will be the best advice and you may find yourself in rough seas. Not? Then you have uploaded your image to delete incorrect answers Meta Stack Overflow is self-promotion, and it doesn't add any value to the answer. And on Code Golf: the byte array actually have NO idea how it works Then, you ...


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When I try running the code with python 3.4 I always get this error: AttributeError: 'HTTPMessage' object has no attribute 'getheader' Here is the full traceback. I'd be very happy if any of you could tell me what the problem is. Is it the fact that I'm using python3? I converted the example files using 2to3 and it seems to me that it should work fine... ...


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import stackexchange so = stackexchange.Site(stackexchange.StackOverflow) comment = so.comment(valid_comment_id) the above code returns the following error in init.py: --->166 self.post_type = PostType.from_string(json.post_type) 167 168 def _get_post(self): AttributeError: DictObject instance has no attribute ...


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Lucas, Something must have changed in JSON data format sent from the Stack Exchange API because yesterday for no reason I started getting: ValueError("Unexpected UTF-8 BOM (decode using utf-8-sig)") (I searched through many forums, reinstalled python a couple of times etc etc) As the error says, there is a problem with the encoding. Basically all I ...


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I'm trying to access different attributes of the Answer class but I get this error: AttributeError: 'Answer' object has no attribute 'accepted' I looked into your init.py file and I can see that you have a tuple there that lists the attributes: transfer = ('accepted', 'locked_date', 'question_id', 'up_vote_count', 'down_vote_count', 'view_count', ...


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The API was working but now I receive an error when I try to run the demo examples. Sample error dump: /usr/bin/python2.7 /home/donbeo/PycharmProjects/stack_overflow/experience.py StackOverflow user 41981's experience: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/donbeo/PycharmProjects/stack_overflow/experience.py", line 13, in <module> user = ...


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Your file is named stackexchange.py, so Python is recursively loading it instead. This is a very common Python pitfall: Stack Overflow: python 'module' object has no attribute 'compile' Someone's badly formatted code with the same problem Django tickets {1, 2} Again on Ubuntu Forums New module causes interesting conflicts And here it is again on ...



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