As part of the post dedicated to the ability to extract links and email addresses, it was necessary to make a list of fake email addresses, which would allow not only to generate fake addresses, but also to do it in a form ready for use in the html code. Actually, the Python generator code itself is available below (suddenly it will come in handy for someone) (and the PHP generator is at the very bottom of the page 😉 ): Continue reading Fake Email List + Generator
Hi everyone! Sometimes you need to sort the list in ascending and descending order. There is a very simple solution to this issue;) Continue reading Python – sorting a list in ascending and descending order
Hi everyone! I’m making a bot here for Instagram (by the way, subscribe to mine :)) – which will like posts by the specified tags, subscribe by the specified parameters (and unsubscribe too) and so on. It is based on the InstaPy library (more on it later). In the meantime, I ran into a question that sounds like: “How to install a library of a specific version in Python?”. Let’s deal with this problem! Continue reading How do I install a library of a specific version in Python?
Hello everybody! Not so long ago there was a discussion on Facebook – how to clean up the library on a local device? Considering that I mostly read .fb2 files, today’s question will sound like a solution to the problem: we extract data from the .fb2 file. And at the same time we put things in order on the screw 🙂 Continue reading FB-Extractor – extract data from a .fb2 file
Hello everybody! Today we’ll try to figure it out: what is JSON and how to read a JSON file in Python? Continue reading How do I read a JSON file in Python?