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Error connecting python to neo4j using py2neo

I wrote the following python code to neo4j using py2neo but i got the following error can anyone please help me.This is the first time i writing python code to connect to neo4j. AdvertisementAnswer If you’re using Neo4j 2.2, authentication for database servers is enabled by default. You need to authenticate before performing further operations. […]

How to parse json file with c-style comments?

I have a json file, such as the following: This file is auto created by another program. How do I parse it with Python? Answer I can not imagine a json file “auto created by other program” would contain comments inside. Because json spec defines no comment at all, and that is by design, so no json library would output

How to run a flask application?

I want to know the correct way to start a flask application. The docs show two different commands: $ flask -a sample run and $ python3.4 sample.py produce the same result and run the application …

Error python : [ZeroDivisionError: division by zero]

I faced an error when I run my program using python: The error is like this: My program is similar to this: Thus, I want to ask, how to avoid that error in python. My desired output is z = 0 Answer Catch the error and handle it: Or check before you do the division: The latter can be reduced

Python MySQL connector – unread result found when using fetchone

I am inserting JSON data into a MySQL database I am parsing the JSON and then inserting it into a MySQL db using the python connector Through trial, I can see the error is associated with this piece of code I have inserted higher level details and am now searching the database to associate this lower level information with its

Entry message: [MSC v.1500 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32

I was wondering in, when I start python I get the following message: I am using 64 bit python but why does it mention win32 as opposed to win64? Answer win32 is the general name for the Windows NT/95 API, whether you are on a 32-bit or 64-bit OS (or even using Win32s on a 16-bit OS).* The 64 bit

RandomForestClassifier import

I’ve installed Anaconda Python distribution with scikit-learn. While importing RandomForestClassifier: from sklearn.ensemble import RandomForestClassifier I have the following error: File “C:Anacondalibsite-packagessklearntreetree.py”, line 36, in <module> from . import _tree ImportError: cannot import name _tree What the problem can be there? AdvertisementAnswer The problem was that I had the 64bit version of Anaconda and the 32bit […]

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