> How to load a yml file in python and work with it ??
> I used : import cv
> data = cv.Load("Z:/data/xyz_00000_
> But when I print data.. it just gives the detail of the image like number
> of rows and columns etc....
> I want read what is there in the pixel of the image..
> I tried to use the following code .. but it gives me only the pixel values
> not the information contained in pixel ??
> def AccessPixels(img):
> for y in range(0, img.height):
> for x in range(0, img.width):
> cv.Get2D(img, y, x) # Slow get pixel value.
> cv.Set2D(img, y, x, (0, 0, 0, 0)) # Slow set pixel value.
> can somebody help.. thanx in advance !!!
I think the subject should be changed to "Obnoxious postings from Google Groups", given this is the same question from the same person within 24 hours but a different subject line, and from a gmail address.
On 1 November 2012 08:48, inshu chauhan <insidesh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am sorry.. but I need to know what are the rules and what about gmail ??
> Many people are using gmail to mail to the list.
There aren't any rules about gmail (except the unwritten rule that to
be a "real" geek you need to use a mail client that takes a whole
weekend to configure, and another three years to properly understand).
It's helpful to other people on the list, though, if you post
follow-up questions in the same thread - finding the last relevant
message and hitting "reply to all" will do this in gmail.
Zero Piraeus <sche...@gmail.com> writes:
> There aren't any rules about gmail (except the unwritten rule that to
> be a "real" geek you need to use a mail client that takes a whole
> weekend to configure, and another three years to properly understand).
Ha! 3 years? I've been using gnus for nearly 20 years and I still don't