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Published: 9 septembre 2022 (2 semaines ago)

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Uhh we are trying out the newest.rar file that actually plays in the radio app (you have to.rar).. softperfect network scanner 5.4.5
32 TotalVesalius 1.02.01 windows.rar 7733. SoftPerfect Network Scanner 5.4.5 (x86 x64)[NepsterJay].rar 2.01. In The Flesh 2.0.64 windows.rarThis is an application for a planning grant to National Children’s Museum, Inc. in affiliation with the National Science Foundation’s Area Computation Center in Tallahassee, Florida. The Center will support the development of computational science, education and training programs for undergraduate students and high school teachers. The immediate objectives of this grant include: a. providing strong support for students and teachers, b. working with mathematics-science faculty members, and c. developing and supporting a local curriculum in computational science for high school students.Q:

Python newbie: ValueError: too many values to unpack (expected 2)

I just started Python 3.4 on a Raspberry Pi.
I want to print some stuff from a TCP/IP socket, but I’m getting a ValueError: too many values to unpack (expected 2)
Here’s the code:
from socket import socket, AF_INET,SOCK_DGRAM

print (data)

I’m just trying to get the data from a TCP socket. I know I have to put the data into a string, but how?


The problem is that while you’re sending the headers, you’re sending one more character, which is a newline, and not part of the headers.


Followed by a newline.
Send a PINGr
, not the r

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#include « runtime/thread.hpp »

// A hash table provides an efficient way of mapping keys to multiple
// values. A typical application of hash tables would be to provide a
// name to an object and fetch the object back from the hash table.
// The hash table provides an interface to access the contents of the
// hash table as if it were a linear array of key-value pairs, where
// each element in the array is of a fixed size.

class LimitedHashTable: public CHeapObj {
friend class VMStructs;

int _rehash_count;