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Partitioning with Python On the subject of hunting for eodermdromes, here are a couple of semi-related partitioning problems. As an example of the first, the 16 distinct integer sequences which sum to 5 are: Note that I’ve counted 2 + 1 + 2, 2 + 2 + 1, and 1 + 2 + 2 as distinct sums totalling 5. Context Before discussing a solution to these problems, some context. Eodermdromes turn out to be surprisingly rare. (filter eodermdrome? A large set of words (note: “set” not “collection”, we don’t need duplicates) gives the best chance of success. As is so often the case in computing, we have a tension between opposing concerns. I chose a simple but effective strategy to reduce the search space to something manageable, based on word length. >>> from collections import defaultdict>>> words = defaultdict(list)>>> for word in open('word-set.txt').read().split():... words[len(word)].append(word) Given this dict, picking out single word eodermdromes is easy. >>> list(filter(is_eodermdrome, words[11]))['eodermdrome'] Sum to N

Popular recipes by Raymond Hettinger Welcome, guest | Sign In | My Account | Store | Cart ActiveState Code » Recipes Add a Recipe Languages Tags Authors Sets Popular recipes by Raymond Hettinger Tags: Recipe 1 to 20 of 96 « Prev 1 2 3 4 5 Next » View popular, latest, top-rated or most viewed Feed of the popular recipes by Raymond Hettinger Top-rated recipes Accounts Code Recipes Feedback & Information ActiveState Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Support © 2014 ActiveState Software Inc. Using Facebook Login - Développeurs Facebook In this section: Overview The Facebook SDK for iOS automatically takes care of storing and fetching data related to Facebook session management for your app. The Facebook SDK does this by caching FBSession token-related data by default. You can choose to manage the cached data yourself, by perhaps storing this data on your server. For most apps you will want to let the Facebook SDK handle the token caching, but there are several cases when you may want to do it yourself: If you have multiple users logging in on the same device (for which you will need to handle multiple tokens).If you want to provide a seamless login experience for the user accross different devices (if user logged in in one device, you show him logged in in another device using the same token). Remote caching is typically done in conjunction with apps that provide their own login mechanism in addition Facebook Login. You may also have tokens that were created through some other means. How token caching works Prerequisites

Upgrading from 3.2 to 3.5 - Développeurs Facebook The Facebook SDK 3.1 for iOS makes it easier to develop Facebook integrated apps, including better user session management, pre-built UI views for common functions, improved Facebook API support, mobile install measurement and support for Facebook iOS6 integration. You can read what's new to see a high level list of changes, jump to the feature comparison section for a list of feature difference between v2.0 and v3.1, or go to the reference table for a quick view of the API differences. This guide walks you through the differences between v2.0 and v3.1 of the SDK and provides steps you can use to update your app. Overview of changes: How to upgrade your app: New features you should consider: Feature Comparison Here's a matrix showing the feature comparison between v2.0 and v3.1 of the SDK: API Changes Overview In v2.0 of the SDK, your flow for integrating with Facebook was basically the following: In v3.1 of the SDK, several classes have been introduced to better separate out functionality.