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Decode UUID 4 as a Python string

I would like to generate a UUID v4 string starting from the uuid import from the Python standard library. I know I can cast a UUID to str by doing str(uuid.uuid4()), however I am trying to understand what the bytes in that class instance mean. While trying to decode those bytes I see all sorts of errors, either the string

Encoding German Character in Jupyter Notebook [closed]

Closed. This question is not reproducible or was caused by typos. It is not currently accepting answers. This question was caused by a typo or a problem that can no longer be reproduced. While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one was resolved in a way less likely to help future readers. Closed 7 days ago. Improve this question

Two unicode encodings represent 1 cyrillic letter

I have such string in unicode and utf-8 representation: and The desired ouput is “Если повезет то сегодня уже скину”. I have tried all possible encodings but still wasn’t able to get it in complete cyrillic form. The best I got was using windows-1252. And also I’ve noticed that one cyrillic letter in desired string means two unicode encodings. For

Python fix french accents parsed as =C3=A9

In python i’m stuck with a couple of strings from french language with accents that I can’t convert back to normal, e.g.: Most documentation I read specify to read the files with some encodings=’utf-8′ or so, but here I’m stuck with actual strings. Is there a way to decode the strings or should I build a maximega .replace() function ?

__init__() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘handle_unknown’

I’m trying to Ordinal Encode my categorical features using sklearn, but I get the error __init__() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘handle_unknown’ when I compile the below code: A sample data to reproduce the error: Could someone please tell me what’s wrong in my code? Answer You are most likely not using an appropriate version of scikit-learn. handle_unknown and unknown_value

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