Python float() Function

Python’s built-in float(value) function converts the argument value to a float number. For example, float(’42’) converts the string value ’42’ into the float number 42.0. Argument value A Python object to be converted into a float number. The value object must have an __float__() method that returns the associated float number—otherwise a ValueError will be … Read more

How to Send UDP Multicast in Python?

Problem Formulation: How to send and receive UDP multicast messages in Python? Background: Multicast is a distributed systems concept for group communication over a network (one-to-many or many-to-many). The choice of the network “transport layer” which the Multicast uses determines its type—for example, IP Multicast is sending a multicast over the IP layer and UDP … Read more

How to Send UDP Messages in Python?

Problem Formulation: How to send and receive UDP messages in Python? Background: The User Datagram Protocol (UDP) network layer allows you to send messages without providing deliverability guarantees. UDP is unreliable—massages may be lost or delivered out of order. But this makes UDP also fast, lightweight, and the protocol of choice for many streaming scenarios … Read more

How to Remove Everything After the Last Character in a String?

Problem Formulation Given string s, and character c. How to remove all characters in s after the first occurrence of c? Example Given: – string s = ‘hello world’, and – empty space character c = ‘ ‘. Desired result: ‘hello’ Method 1: string.index() + slicing To remove everything after the first occurrence of character … Read more