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parser but ignoring that try this...
statuses.status.array = statuses.status["@array"];
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You should be able to achieve that with the Mod3 library (it's Bend
modifier in particular) and the three.js plugin it comes with. Be sure
to check our the three.js example the library comes with.
Off the top of my head, you can try this after importing the Mod3
var mstack = new MOD3.ModifierStack( MOD3.LibraryThree, YOUR_MESH_HERE
).worker( true );
var bend = new MOD3.Bend( );
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|Strip radiotap headers from a pcap file|
scapy is the python library you're looking for. You can read and write
pcap files using rdpcap and wrpcap, as detailed in the official API
reads a pcap file and returns the list of read packets. If count
is positive, only the first count packets are read.
wrpcap(filename, pkt, linktype=None)
Write a packet or list of packets
|Python how to strip a string from a string based on items in a list|
if you are not worried about punctuation:
>>> import re
>>> text = "Hi team, please help me out."
>>> text = re.findall("w+",text)
['Hi', 'team', 'please', 'help', 'me', 'out']
>>> " ".join(x for x in text if x.lower() not in exclude)
'help me out'
In the above code, re.findall will find all words and put them in a
w matches A-Za-z0-9