Python modules, how do they work?

1. Introduction

As we start writing larger Python programs, the amount of names of our variables, functions, classes, etc. grows so, that it becomes necessary to organise them into some categories or subsets, commonly called namespaces. The following language structures offer such facilities:

  • classes,
  • modules,
  • packages.

In this article we will not talk about classes, as they deserve a separate discussion.


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Tribon Data Base superserver and subserver

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The client-server access to a data bank located on a remote machine is based on ONC RPC (Open Network Computing Remote Procedure Calls). In order to provide access to data bank located on the server we must have the following Windows services running on the server machine:

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MBM Open Source Project - Accomodation for Tribon M2 / M3

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Preface

This project originaly was created for demonstration purposes at the very beginning of Vitesse, just when it was implemented for Tribon structure functionality. At that time there was no idea to make it open source project, neither to update it further because we expected that Tribon Solutions will create an accommodation module in near furture.

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PDMS Reports

 - Select Utilities > Reports > Create...

- Key in Selection fields (see pictures 1 and 2)

- Press New- button to add column and in key the Expression needed (see picture3).

Note that new column is created above selected column.


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2011/10/25 20:55

PDMS Lists

 - Select elements to be treated in Members & Draw List

- Select Utilities > Lists...

- Add elements to be treated Add > List… > Key in list name

- Select Add > Selection…

- Key in Selection- and with Rule- fields (see pictures 2 and 3)


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2011/10/25 20:55

PDMS guide | Beginners: Interface, Settings, Modeling and Drafting

1 Interface

1.1 Login

To be able to login to PDMS, user needs to select 1) Project, 2) Facility, 3) Sub Facility, 4) User Role, 5) Module (Design, Draft, etc.) and 6) Databanks (Design, Draft, etc.), see picture 1 below.


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2011/10/25 20:45