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  1. the speakers? yes the mic ? nope. its buzzing like hell on my discord.
  2. I have 2 of High Definition Audio Device, i've tried uninstall one of them and after restart it keeps coming back. what to do?
  3. Found the solution. By importing matplotlib.dates, i was able to access 'mdates.Dateformatter' and use it in plt current axes or plt.gca().
  4. tried it, still gives me Traceback (most recent call last): File "highs_lows.py", line 43, in <module> plt.xlim([datetime.date(2014,1,1), datetime.date(2014,12,22)]) TypeError: descriptor 'date' for 'datetime.datetime' objects doesn't apply to a 'int' object
  5. I'm back with more python problems! I was trying to get date, high and low of a temperature from sitka weather in 2014.csv The dates start from 2014-1-1 and end in 2014-12-22 That code shows me the graph i attached below. Problem is the ticks or step size of the date is by 2, i was trying to change it to day-month-year with autofmt_xdate but all i got was Year and month. I suppose the code misinterpret the month and or the day in 2014-1-1 in weather_history-2014.csv. I have tried xlim but cant really do it with datetime.date(2014,-1,-1) it shows me pl
  6. ah yes, the questions may change, the function stays. Gotcha
  7. I'm trying to take an anonymous survey of peeps first language. here is the survey and here is the language_survey my problem is here in the language_survey: the error said question isnt defined. Traceback (most recent call last): File "language_survey.py", line 9, in <module> my_survey.show_question() File "G:\Python\python_work\files_and_exceptions\survey.py", line 13, in show_question print(question) NameError: name 'question' is not defined Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance
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