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Help us collect modern Python NumPy code solutions
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Actually concerning visualization tasks I don't see a sense in one line solution
The code quality seems questionable. A few examples:
Repository claims modern code, but uses Python 2 (end of life January 1, 2020) https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/main/python/... Copied from https://wiki.python.org/moin/Powerful%20Python%20One-Liners
Incorrect indentation causing unnecessarily large memory usage https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/main/python/...
Undefined behavior for i = 31 https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/main/c/bits_...
Printing of uninitialized memory https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/main/c/set_v...
Undefined behavior https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/main/c/swap_...
The suggested solution https://github.com/Onelinerhub/onelinerhub/blob/34467e427cc6... still runs out of memory with many files.
I believe the original intention behind using mode="a" was to append to the output file while reading the input files at the same time. This way, there is no need for an ever-growing string array.
But there are still many other issues like using default platform string encoding instead of detecting it properly or at least using utf-8, checking for ".txt" anywhere in the path instead of at the end, and not closing the input files with a context manager like the output file, which suggests that this code is just pierced together from various sources.
A robust solution would require many more lines.
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