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>>> func.__code__.co_argcount
2
>>> func.__code__.co_varnames
('x', 'y')
>>>
>>> def func2(x,y=3):
... print(func2.__code__.co_varnames)
... pass # Other things
...
>>> func2(3,3)
('x', 'y')
>>>
>>> func2.__defaults__
(3,)

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Can Apple read your iMessages? A fast answer.

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For our sake, Christoph Gohlke prepares Windows installers (.msi) for popular Python packages. He builds installers for all Python versions, both 32 and 64 bit.

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For performance reasons, some APIs have been moved from Psapi.dll to Kernel32.dll in Windows7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. WinSDK v7.0* is reflecting these modifications to be compatible with the new system dlls.

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Somebody, somewhere, read Simonyi’s paper, where he used the word “type,” and thought he meant type, like class, like in a type system, like the type checking that the compiler does. He did not. He explained very carefully exactly what he meant by the word “type,” but it didn’t help. The damage was done.

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You can use JavaScript DOM touch event classes available on iOS to handle multi-touch and gesture events in a way similar to the way they are handled in native iOS applications. If you register for multi-touch events, the system continually sends TouchEvent objects to those DOM elements as fingers touch and move across a surface. These are sent in addition to the emulated mouse events unless you prevent this default behavior as described in Preventing Default Behavior. A touch event provides a snapshot of all touches during a multi-touch sequence, most importantly the touches that are new or have changed for a particular target. The different types of multi-touch events are described in TouchEvent in Safari DOM Additions Reference.

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