Michael Gogins — WebAssembly - https://michaelgogins.tumblr.com/post/152579055048/webassembly
"If you already have a script that works with wav files, you can use that of course. The file format limitations only apply to Pythonista's sound module. You need to type the filename by hand though, because it doesn't show up in the sound file list." okay great!! #pythonista
import appex, os, console
sFp = appex.get_file_path()
with open(sFp, 'rb') as f1:
with open(os.path.basename(sFp), 'wb') as f2:
if __name__ == '__main__':
sender.title = "Baka"
v = ui.load_view()
If you want to save your audio output to a soundfile named test.wav, change-odac to -o/sdcard/test.wav
The release notes explicitly say not to use aptitude for major upgrade.
countercomplex: Some deep analysis of one-line music programs. - http://countercomplex.blogspot.jp/2011/10/some-deep-analysis-of-one-line-music.html?m=1
countercomplex: Algorithmic symphonies from one line of code -- how and why? - http://countercomplex.blogspot.jp/2011/10/algorithmic-symphonies-from-one-line-of.html?m=1
#GlitchMachine 's editor allows 16 lines of “code,” and each line can contain up to 16 operators and/or numbers. The separate lines just make editing easier, and also allow you to use the line-muting feature (tap/click a line of code to mute/unmute it).
It doesn't matter how much or how little code goes on each line… the whole expression behaves as one line of code.
A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.
\) for inline LaTeX, and
\] for display mode.