There are several ways to search and replace text in a file, depending on the programming language you are using.
The maximum recursion depth in Python is typically 1000, although this can vary depending on the operating system and system settings.
Code like str = str(...) causes a TypeError because it attempts to re-assign the built-in str type to a new value, which is not allowed.
There are a few ways to clear the interpreter console in Python, depending on the specific environment you are using.
Here is an example of reading a JSON file in Python:
In pandas, you can add an empty column to a DataFrame using the assign() method or the insert() method.
Here's a code snippet for making an HTTP GET request using the requests library in Python:
To normalize a NumPy array to a unit vector, you can use the numpy.linalg.norm function to calculate the magnitude of the vector, and then divide the array by this magnitude.
To set the name of the index column in a pandas DataFrame, you can use the .rename_axis() method or the .index.name attribute.
You can use the sys module in Python to access the sys.path variable, which contains a list of directories that Python looks in for modules to import.