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2014-09-10 01:07:11 +0200 commented question Defining functions error?

The indentation was standardized where I wrote the code. I copy and pasted from wordpad, which lost the tab's for the posting screen. These are fixed now. After some more investigation, I'm not entirely sure this is a "sage" error, so much as a "" error. That is, I only generate this behavior in the cloud version of sage, when I actually use a sage implementation, this works fine. Perhaps "parallel" is not properly implemented in the cloud.

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2014-09-09 18:28:59 +0200 asked a question Defining functions error?

I've got some code I've been using to test stuff... and I know python/sage doesn't have explicit function ends (it is white-space determined) but I can't for the life of me figure out what is going on with this code:

#A dummy parallel function to count elements in a generator/iterator.
def dummy_look(grpit):
      while looptre:
           except StopIteration:
                 looptre = False

      return cntrdmy

#print 1

def myfirstn(n):
      num = 0
      while num<n:
           yield num
           num += 1

(any executable line)

When I leave "print 1" commented out, it raises an error on the 2nd definition.

When I uncomment "print 1" it excecutes just fine. (and correctly runs the parallel-ness, though that isn't demonstrated in this code)

I'm running this on

2014-09-05 00:37:34 +0200 asked a question How to slice an unknown length iterator

I'm trying to take chunks of an iterator, for which I don't know the length of. The underlying goal is that I have a generator function which makes piles and piles of graphs (via a generator/iterator) that I want to try and test for a property in parallel (because serially testing each element is fast, but the list is really long).

Here's the code I'm working with right now:

#Slice Size:

grpgen=graphs.nauty_geng("10 -c 33:39 -d6")

while loopt:

   #print loopcnt

       print g
   except StopIteration:
       print "got except"


print loopcnt
#print grplst

This snippet will run ok. But as soon as I uncomment the "print grplst" at the end, it raises a strange 'resource unavailable' error. The error is raised on the 'try command' (g=grplst[loopcnt].next()) .... not when I actually print the grplst. And, it happens while _preparsing_ my file. (I'm loading this from a separate file).

When I leave it commented out though, it's clearly going through the 'try' command several times successfully before correctly catching the exception. It just seems that when I want to USE the list I've been creating of iterators, then it doesn't like it!