Monthly Archives: May 2014

How to grab certain text from gmail using imaplib and json in python

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Grab certain text from gmail using python

I tried this sometimes a month ago. This article could help on extracting parts of an email(GMAIL). As I walk further I’ll show you how to extract a single word(basically sounds funny). I’ll be using python programming language in order to grab a word programmatically.

The background behind this program will drive me to explain about a practice in my college. Everyday we receive an email in a formatted manner which contains a word, its meaning, normal day use and an example sentence accommodating this word. The idea of extracting the word from email and saving it somewhere in the local machine came from one of my classmate’s. Continue Reading

Singha Durbar

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Singha Durbar – The Lion Palace

On Wednesday Asar 10, 1957 B.S., Chandra Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana came to the throne. As soon as he came to the power he realized the importance of a palace. He wanted to build a private residence so he bought a land at the rate of Rs. 90 per 350 ropenis. He started the construction work. At first, he wanted to build the palace for his residence only but on the process of construction it became a magnificent and lavish palace. This magnificent palace, a neo-classical architectural typical style of the 19th century was designed and built by the engineering duo Kumar Narasingh Rana and Kishor Narasingh Rana in 1903 AD. Continue Reading

NPR API Tutorial II – How to use story API to parse a story having text, audio and image from npr.org

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NPR API TUTORIAL

In this NPR API Tutorial, I’ll explain you on each line of codes to parse a complete story containing text, images and audio from npr.org using the NPR API while making queries to interface using python programming language. Have you got your npr api key? If not I’ve covered how to get it in my previous post which focuses on parsing a single text story of a specific category from npr.org Find it here. This post focuses on explaining each lines of code that we’ll use to parse a complete story containing text, audio as well as images from the Nation Public Radio’s official website. Continue Reading

VARYCODE – Convert source code online

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Convert Source Codes Online

Varycode, the home for source codes where they are molded into different languages is a web-based platform where the dense population of worldwide coders access key to various programming languages. Code in a language and clone in various could be a wise phrase for the cross platform Varycode. Different kinds of non-trusted softwares had to be installed into a device to convert codes written in one programming language to another. Building a compactly cemented bridge between the coders and programming languages, varycode stands with no fear to tackle the source codes and convert them to a desired language. Fact be printed onto the monitor, the huge mass of programmers stressed google to find the best software to convert source codes between different languages which in fact contributed a lot to load a bunch of biological worms into it’s trousers making it restless and keep searching. Continue Reading

NPR API Tutorial – How to use the NPR API to parse a story of any topics from npr.org website

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NPR API Tutorial

NPR (National Public Radio) has been providing apikeys to public in order to attract people to code and build applications that uses NPR’s application programming interface. This is a tutorial on how to use the NPR api to parse a story of any topics from npr.org website. Python programming language would be my priority in this npr api tutorial. Continue Reading