Created Wednesday, 2011-04-06 — 13:48.Last update 5 days ago.
You need to generate Pascal's Triangle in Python, and you're lazy (an admirable trait). Alternatively, you're looking for a Pascal's Triangle generator that can show really high-ranking rows, ones with multi-hundred-digit (or multi-million-digit) coefficients.
==Solution (pre Python 3)==
Here's the essential, unadorned code:
Yield up to row ``n`` of Pascal's triangle, one row at…
Created Tuesday, 2011-04-05 — 22:03.Last update 6 days ago.
Created Friday, 2011-05-13 — 11:49.Last update 3 weeks ago.
This is a patch adding some extra functionality to the Linux USB touchscreen driver. It adds features useful in developing and testing applications on touch-screens, as well as the ability to reverse the x and/or y axes — not every tablet out there defines its axes the same way.
Download this patch and then run the usual:
Created Wednesday, 2011-04-06 — 13:32.Last update 1 month ago.
You need to display Pascal's Triangle in a LaTeX document and whenever you hear ‘ampersand’ or ‘smallskip’, you go into a homicidal rage, leaving behind you a trail of viscera and blood-stained Lion Book pages. Also, you're lazy. Put that chainsaw down, this recipe is for you. Although, really, with that kind of reaction to ampersands, what are you doing…
Created Wednesday, 2011-04-06 — 13:28.Last update 2 months ago.
You have a deep directory tree of files, and you need to flatten it into a single directory, so that there are no files in subdirectories, and all the files are in the same place.
all the filenames are unique. If they're not, some will get overwritten (using the cp command), or not linked (using the ln command).
find . -type…