Just experimenting if I could run multiple event loops in multiple threads as we obviously can’t do multiple event loops in the same thread as each future can bind to only one loop and loop running methods are blocking.
nice problem, have to be extra careful when writing the recurrence relations.
dist[n] denotes the sum of the distances between each pair of nodes in the nth step.
coun[n] denotes the number of nodes in the nth step.
cdis[n] denotes the distance from every node to the corner of the structure in the nth step
corn[n] denotes the distance between north east corner to south west corner of the structure in the step
wordpress_com_bot is a telegram bot that I made to write small blog posts from my telegram app itself. the android app is simply too slow, in fact I have to blame my ISP(aircel) for poor mobile connection.
If you are working with openshift-flask, then you would surely notice that that your pip freeze to requirement.txt will fail in deploying your app. That is because most of the time your pip freeze contains the latest versions of the python modules, but if a repo is popular openshift’s private repo only contains the highly tested versions. So one solution is to check the available versions from the error messages when the app is deploed through git. Or you can use the requirements.txt
here’s my requirements.txt