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Python News Sunday, July 1
- Extracting Super Mario Bros levels with Python – Matt’s ramblings
- All Courses – Full Listing
- r/Python – To split your models off into a package or maintain them in your web service?
- Using Deep Q-Learning in FIFA 18 to perfect the art of free-kicks
- Gibbs phenomenon – Wikipedia
- 3.7.0 Documentation
- GitHub – Ridter/MyJSRat: This is JSRat.ps1 in Python
Python, hackers, infosec, cybersecurity, pentest, 0days, hacking
- GitHub – NODESPLIT/tz-beta-bot: python telegram bot for celebrating betanet!
- 5 Quick and Easy Data Visualizations in Python with Code
- A quick search through the file and we find something that looks like it might be the level data we seek: – – If you are not familiar with assembly, this is just saying insert these bytes verbatim into the compiled program, and then allow other parts of the program…
- The fact that the decoder works in terms of predefined objects explains the small level size: the level data needs to refer just to object types and locations, for example, place a pipe at location (20, 16), a row of blocks at location (10, 5), …, however, it does mean…
- If we had an interface between Python and 6502 assembly we could call the subroutine for each column of the level, and then use the the more concise Python to convert the block information into the desired image.
- Here then is the code for executing a subroutine from Python: – – This works by saving the current value of the stack pointer register ( ), emulating a call, and then executing instructions until the stack has returned to its initial height, which will only happen when the first…
- These IDs are sent directly to the NESs PPU and the ID refers to 16 bytes of data in the NESs CHR-ROM, with each entry starting at address : – – The CHR-ROM is a piece of read-only memory that can be accessed only by the PPU, and is separate…
@newsyc100: Extracting Super Mario Bros levels with Python https://t.co/lss12uLlDx (https://t.co/KKL2IlJi7R)
- In this course, we will look at how to exploit Simple Buffer Overflows on Win32 systems.
- This is an introductory course and starts from the very basics of exploitation and is beginner friendly.
@PythonHub: To split your models off into a package or maintain them in your web service? https://t.co/O47LOvfoWq
@pythontrending: Smart-Fruit – A Python schema-based machine learning library https://t.co/EDVDNVHD0d
@AiBlessing: Using Deep Q-Learning in FIFA 18 to perfect the art of free-kicks☞ https://t.co/t2ELJJmZpK#Python #DeepLearning https://t.co/q076RD7Ll8
@gabrielpeyre: Low frequency Fourier approximation of a signal and an image generates ringing phenomena. https://t.co/fTTF4Dr6QR… https://t.co/GyOMxE1QV6
- What’s new in Python 3.7?
- or all What’s new documents since 2.0 – – Library Reference – – keep this under your pillow – – Python Setup and Usage – – how to use Python on different platforms
@cocoatomo: Python 3.7の公式ドキュメントがビルドされ日本語版が公開されてました!!#pythondocja https://t.co/qvoqwdx5Ci
@HackersClothing: JSRat.ps1 in #Python by Evi1cg https://t.co/kWg5syb3q7 #hackers #infosec #cybersecurity #pentest #0days #hacking… https://t.co/U03l5IEKK8
@__erroneous__: Happy launch day guys! To celebrate I’ve built a silly python telegram bot:https://t.co/xH31ficO9p… https://t.co/sme8kM6naQ
@realpython: 5 Quick and Easy Data Visualizations in Python with Code by @TDataScience — https://t.co/Auum96C1wx