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If you want to use a pipe, then your python script would have to read from stdin. Your script doesn't do that. Instead it expects a file name on the command line. This can be accomplished using a shell feature called process substitution to connect the two together: script.py <(awk '{if ($4 == 1975) print $1,$2,$3}' input.txt) <(...) denotes ...


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Simple, Open notepad Insert the following code @echo off start exit Note: mention the path of the .py script in the above tag Save this file as "anyname.bat" anywhere Open task scheduler Create new task enable "Run with highest privileges" token for this task Go to action tab Add the run a program trigger and select the batch file Schedule the task ...


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Mac OS X defaults in PyCharm are - Cmd + Fn + <UP>: Top of the document (equivalent of gg in vi/m) Cmd + Fn + <DOWN>: Bottom of the document (equivalent of G in vi/m)


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Put the below line in ~/.bashrc file: alias python=/usr/local/bin/python2.7 Now execute the command: source ~/.bashrc Now type python to check which version it has mapped to. It maps to Python2.7.


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nodejs4-runtime-4.4.2-22.el6.x86_64 - installing package for EL6 on EL7 will not work. Get a package for el7 for example from here however this may conflict with nodejs from other sources. The instructions on node site are clear enough. Anyway this looks like a duplicate of http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32561962/install-nodejs-4-on-redhat


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To get access to those files you either need: to launch the container with a volume so you can access the files via the host. Your dockerfile at the moment with the ADD instruction only pushes local files to the container https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder/#add but the container files are not visible to your host. Add the volume option to ...



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