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How do I convert python crypt object to csv so I can call csv methods on the contents


How do I convert python crypt object to csv so I can call csv methods on the contents

By : Oksana G
Date : November 22 2020, 09:00 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can use Python's StringIO (or cStringIO if available) to convert data into a file like object. This can then be fed to your CSV reader to be processed line by line. The following script gives you an idea how this can be done:
code :
import csv
import gnupg
import os
import StringIO

gpg = gnupg.GPG(gnupghome="/home/chefgit/Desktop/.gnupg")
file = open("/home/chefgit/Desktop/csv/dest/file_100.gpg")
decrypt = gpg.decrypt_file(file)
csv_input = csv.reader(StringIO.StringIO(decrypt))

for row in csv_input:
    print row


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Python: Call all methods of an object with a given set of arguments

Python: Call all methods of an object with a given set of arguments


By : user2521320
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Not exactly sure why you want to do this. Normally in something like unittest you would provide an input on your class then reference it inside each test method.
Using inspect and dir.
code :
from inspect import ismethod

def call_all(obj, *args, **kwargs):
    for name in dir(obj):
        attribute = getattr(obj, name)
        if ismethod(attribute):
            attribute(*args, **kwargs)

class Test():
    def a(self, input):
        print "a: " + input
    def b(self, input):
        print "b: " + input
    def c(self, input):
        print "c: " + input

call_all(Test(), 'my input')
a: my input
b: my input
c: my input
PHP Crypt() versus Python's Crypt() For Hashing

PHP Crypt() versus Python's Crypt() For Hashing


By : KaleB
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue Note that Python crypto is only a wrapper around crypt (3) call and that the document you mentioned refers to the base POSIX version, available anywhere. Most implementations of crypto have further expanded on that, as the documentation says:
hashlib vs crypt.crypt() in Python. Why different results?

hashlib vs crypt.crypt() in Python. Why different results?


By : Jimchaney13
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Here's the solution. There is also more detail at this other question: Python implementation of sha512_crypt.c where it shows that the backend of passlib contains a pure Python implementation of sha512_crypt (and the Python implementation is called if crypt.crypt() isn't available on the OS).
$ sudo pip install passlib
code :
import passlib.hash, crypt

ctype = "6" #for sha512 (see man crypt)
salt = "qwerty"
insalt = '${}${}$'.format(ctype, salt)
password = "AMOROSO8282"

value1 = sha512_crypt.encrypt(password, salt=salt, rounds=5000)
value2 = crypt.crypt(password, insalt)
if not value1 == value2:
    print("algorithms do not match")
print("{}\n{}\n\n".format(value1, value2))
$6$qwerty$wZZxE91RvJb4ETR0svmCb69rVCevicDV1Fw.Y9Qyg9idcZUioEoYmOzAv23wyEiNoyMLuBLGXPSQbd5ETanmq/
$6$qwerty$wZZxE91RvJb4ETR0svmCb69rVCevicDV1Fw.Y9Qyg9idcZUioEoYmOzAv23wyEiNoyMLuBLGXPSQbd5ETanmq/
Call many object's methods in parallel in python

Call many object's methods in parallel in python


By : Akbarr Slalu SLow
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need In _sample_chains_parallel you are calling chain._sample() instead of just passing the function: pool.apply_async(chain._sample()). So you are passing the result as an argument instead of letting apply_async calculate it.
But removing () won't help you much, because Python 2 cannot pickle instance methods (possible for Python +3.5). It wouldn't raise the error unless you call get() on the result objects so don't rejoice if you see low times for this approach, that's because it immidiately quits with an unraised exception.
Python: call methods on default object

Python: call methods on default object


By : YanivDay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you This has been done in Python's random module. They use a simple and straight-forward solution:
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