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what we do not know "
I download pics I like from the internet and put them in a pix/ref directory for later. I have a bunch of these, and they are automatically backed up to my box.net account. Sometimes I really like artists and want all their images. For example, http://www.loish.net, or http://www.sergebirault.fr/portfolio.php, or in my latest case, http://www.du-artwork.de/.
I really love Daniela’s work, but I hate her site. (ok, I don’t hate it, It’s just kind of a hassle and I’d rather view the work in windows picture viewer or adobe bridge.) I was right-clicking/downloading a lot of the images, and thinking to myself, “this is really repetitive.” I don’t like repetitive things. Well anyways, since she has named the images in sequential order 1-40 and had 3 different galleries, I banged out a quick script that will grab all of the images, and save them to your hard drive in a specific location. The script was thrown together in < 30 mins, so there is no error catching and could be optimized more, but who cares. I have some ideas for a V2 to make it better, but for now here it is:
p.s. to the artists, don’t make it easy for me to download your images!
""" This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. """
#tested on windows 7, running python 2.7 #grabs all images and saves them into a directory import urllib output_dir = "C:/Users/shawn/Desktop/Desktop-02-13-2013/art/art ref/daniela_uhlig/" output_file = "daniela_uhlig_" web_site = ["http://www.du-artwork.de/Gallery_1/bild/","http://www.du-artwork.de/Gallery_2/bild/","http://www.du-artwork.de/Gallery_3/bild/"] for gallery in web_site: gallery_num = web_site.index(gallery) + 1 for x in range(40): file_url = gallery + str(x + 1).zfill(2) + '.jpg' print file_url img = urllib.urlopen(file_url) output = open(output_dir + output_file + str(gallery_num) + "_" + file_url.split('/')[-1] + '.jpg', 'wb') output.write(img.read()) img.close() output.close()
buying other business and incorporating them into themselves and they used to be creative team but they haven’t really made anything new, they probably have run out of things to do with that product, and are just making it slower. (a runon sentence I know) This is a generalization I’ve come to. And maybe they are just, plain lazy, or the company is now run by the originators and they all make 200,000 dollars a year. Or maybe they are working hard. Maybe thats just how things are. Maybe companies are meant to just do one thing well, and die. But that’s not how I feel, and If I ran a company, I would make something great, and move on. These huge software companies that make one product. It just blows my mind. And every year they add in a few new features that no one cares about, or works half ass, hell most of it has been made by community that uses the software.
1)Make it great
2)don’t bog it down.
3)Let me have a good bit of control over it.
It’s not hard, at least it seems that way, but maybe it is. What the hell do I know.
apples = 5;
apples = a + 5;
int main()Step Out: If we realize, "The error we're looking for isn't caused in this function", then Step out is used to exit that function and go back to the line that called the function (read more about keeping track of how other functions call functions in call stack part further down).
int myApples = 5;
int johnsApples = 10;
int ourApples = Sum(myApples, johnsApples);
int Sum(int a, int b)
//no need for this, but for showing debugging, we do this.
int returnSum = a;
returnSum += b;