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Edit Post #291602 Initial revision 15 days ago
Answer A: How do I trim a sorted list in Python?
You can use the functions in the `bisect` module with a list slicing operator. For example `bisectleft` finds the index of the insertion point in a sorted list, and if the values are equal, it will find the position to its left. ``` >>> l = [1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8] >>> from bisect import bisectleft >...
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Edit Post #291601 Initial revision 15 days ago
Question How do I trim a sorted list in Python?
How do I trim a sorted list in Python, so that I only keep the elements greater than a certain value? For example, if I have this list: `l = [1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8]` How can I efficiently get a list of numbers greater than 4?
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Edit Post #291439 Initial revision about 1 month ago
Answer A: How do I concatenate two animated gifs together?
You can use imagemagick. Suppose you have the files `a.gif` and `b.gif` and want to play a and then b. Then use the command: ``` convert a.gif b.gif out.gif ``` And your results will be written to `out.gif`. You can also repeat the arguments if you want to play one of the files multiple times...
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Edit Post #291438 Initial revision about 1 month ago
Question How do I concatenate two animated gifs together?
How do I concatenate two animated gifs together? The gifs are identical in dimensions and I would like to stitch them together so they play one after the other.
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about 1 month ago