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I do not consider myself a programmer. I create these little programs as experiments to play with the language, or to solve problems for myself. I would gladly accept pointers from others to improve, simplify, or make the code more efficient. If you would like to make any comments then please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These scripts contain important functions which help reduce human workload.Code documentation is aligned correctly when the files are viewed in Notepad++.
batchfilerename.py - This batch renames a group of files in a given directory, once you pass the current and the new extensions.
createdirifnotthere.py - Checks to see if a directory exists in the users home directory, if not then create it.
Fast Youtube Downloader - Downloads YouTube videos quickly with parallel threads using aria2c
Google Image Downloader - Query a given term and retrieve images from the Google Image database.
dir_test.py - Tests to see if the directory
testdir exists, if not it will create the directory for you.
env_check.py - This script will check to see if all of the environment variables required are set.
fileinfo.py - Shows file information for a given file.
folder_size.py - Scans the current directory and all subdirectories and displays the size.
logs.py - This script will search for all
*.log files in the given directory, zip them using the program you specify, and then date stamp them.
movefilesoverxdays.py - Moves all files over a specified age (in days) from the source directory to the destination directory.
nslookup_check.py - This simple script opens the file
server_list.txt and then does an nslookup for each one to check the DNS entry.
osinfo.py - Displays some information about the OS on which you are running this script.
ping_servers.py - This script, depending on the arguments supplied, will ping the servers associated with that application group.
ping_subnet.py - After supplying the first 3 octets this file scans the final range for available addresses.
powerdown_startup.py - This file goes through the server list and pings the machine, if it is up it will load the putty session, if it is not it will notify you.
puttylogs.py - This file zips up all the logs in the given directory.
script_count.py - This file scans the scripts directory and gives a count of the different types of scripts.
[getyoutubeview.py] - This is very simple python script to get more views for your youtube videos.Some times I use for repeating my favorite songs by this scripts.
script_listing.py - This file will list all the files in the given directory, and go through all the subdirectories as well.
testlines.py - This simple script opens a file and prints out 100 lines of whatever is the set for the line variable.
tweeter.py - Allows you to tweet text or a picture from the terminal.
serial_scanner.py contains a method called ListAvailablePorts which returns a list with the names of the serial ports that are in use in the computer. This method works only on Linux and Windows (can be extended for mac osx). If no port is found, an empty list is returned.
getyoutubeview.py - A simple python script to get more views for your YouTube videos. Useful for repeating songs on YouTube.
xkcd_downloader.py - Downloads the latest XKCD comic and places them in a new folder called "comics".
timymodule.py - A great alternative to Pythons 'timeit' module and easier to use.
calculator.py - Uses Python's eval() function to implement a calculator.
Google_News.py - Uses BeautifulSoup to provide Latest news headline along with news link.
cricketlivescore - Uses BeautifulSoup to provide live cricket score.
youtube.py - Takes a song name as input and fetches the YouTube URL of the best matching song and plays it.
site_health.py - Checks the health of a remote server
SimpleStopWatch.py - Simple Stop Watch implementation using Python's time module.
Changemac.py - This script change your MAC address , generate random MAC address or enter input as new MAC address in your linux(Successfully Tested in Ubuntu 18.04).
git clone geekcomputers-Python_-_2019-09-26_19-20-29.bundle