This article will at how we can use Python modules to generate over 50k Indian names. IndianNameGenerator and getindianname are two modules that will help in this task.
Let’s have a look at the step-by-step implementation
Step 1: Install the following modules given below
pip install IndianNameGenerator
pip install getindianname
Step 2: Import the following modules
from IndianNameGenerator import *
from getindianname import *
Step 3: Let’s have a look at the working of the IndianNameGenerator module
It includes four categories
for generating any name, you just need to write:
from IndianNameGenerator import…
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Given a string, the task is to check the occurrences of each character and print them in such a way like for every character print numbers of times it occurs before occurrences of any new character along with the character which occurs and so on.
We can see that a occurs 2 times before occurrences of new character and same for other characters.
This approach is very native. Initialize a count variable to one and take another variable named Result and initialize it with an empty string. Then run a…
Clustered Operating Systems work similarly to Parallel Operating Systems as they have many CPUs. Cluster systems are created when two or more computer systems are merged. Basically, they have an independent computer but have common storage and the systems work together.
Diagram for better understanding:
For making cluster more efficient there exist two clusters:
Hardware Cluster helps in enable high-performance disk sharing between systems, while the Software Cluster allows all systems to work together.
Types of Cluster Systems:
Primarily, there are two types of Cluster Systems:
Given an unsorted array of integers, print all elements which are greater than all elements present to its right.
Input: [10, 4, 6, 3, 5]
Output: [10, 6, 5]
Explanation: The only elements that are higher than all of the ones to their right are 10, 6, and 5.
Point out 10 and look for all of the elements—we can see that all of the items following
10 are smaller than 10, and the same is true for 6.Input: [8, 5 , 6, 3]
Output: [3, 6, 8]
Let’s have a look at the stepwise implementation:
In this article, we’ll look at how to divide Excel sheets into distinct Excel files. We all know how crucial Excel sheets are today for holding large data packets. We will divide the sheets using the xlwings package, which is defined in Python. We will first copy all of the sheets and then try to convert them into individual Excel files.
Let’s have a look at the process step by step:
pip install xlwings
# Import the modules
import xlwings as xw # pip install xlwings