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Posted 30 Aug 2015It was not an exact copy since it was on my pi and I just quickly typed it back up. And I got it working using
'For (x,y,z) in events.events'
Posted 30 Aug 2015Do not know much about that stuff, but ~10mb of space has been working fine. I have not the need to move files(yet).
Posted 30 Aug 2015I am slightly lost on what you mean.(it has been a little over a year since I last was programming, and have spent the last 3 days re-learning Python, so it is 'not all there' yet)
Posted 30 Aug 2015so, I figured out how to access variables from another file(after a few hours, do not know how it took so long to get a simple answer of just importing it and using 'file.var'.) But I have come to a strange problem. In short, I get the error
'typeerror: list of indices must be integers, not tuple'
import events import datetime now = dateimte.datetime.now() todaysevent = 'none' for i in events.events: j = events.events[i] if j == now.month and j == now.day: todaysevent = todaysevents + j
to me, it looks correct, but I still recieve an error.
Posted 30 Aug 2015As mentioned before, no internet access, no us access(when done). My friend does not want me to modify any of the OS since he wrote most of it himself and says that all of it is needed to run. (This runs very fast compared to normal rasbian(boot to desktop in about 20 seconds, on rasp-pi b+; and pre configured for my off touchscreen), so I am not going to mess with it in deleting anything else I am unsure of.
10mb is more than enough space; I just need to be able to access data(not write; and can manually do that- and prefer that) when needed, and sort through the data for specific dates.
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