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Has this kind of mistake happened to anyone?

I have an application that I have developed and after a while, this error appears.

Fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server :0.0.

This doesn't happen every time. When the server program closes, the application tries to reconnect. Many times it reconnects automatically, but other times it launches such an error. Any idea why this could happen?

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programmers please help. python assistance needed Python assistance needed. I have a file with randomly generated numbers. Now I need to take those numbers and change each key in a dictionary to those numbers. Once I can solve this I will have the application i’m working on finished. Here is the code ( I have another script that successfully converts all ascii characters to random numbers ) #python #help #code #!/usr/bin/env python encrypted=[]

encrypted = random #'s which represent all ascii characters count=1; with open(“encryption-key.dat”, “r”) as e: for read in e: encrypted.append(read)

appends e/a # from encryption file to list "encrypted."

count=count+1

print(’’) print(‘ASCII Key Loading:’) print(’’) print(encrypted) print(’’) print(‘ok new dict’) dict={“1”:“a”, “2”:“b”, “3”:“c”, “4”:“d”, “5”:“e”, “6”:“f”, “7”:“g”, “8”:“h”}

decrypt=raw_input("text to decrypt: ") print(dict[decrypt])

all I need now is to go through the dict and change the #'s to the values of the dict to the #'s from my list titled encrypted ex if I enter 3 it prints c. I just need those #'s in the list changed to those in a list that I have created. ( its in another script but functions correctly #python #help #code #tutorials

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Python assistance needed. I have a file with randomly generated numbers. Now I need to take those numbers and change each key in a dictionary to those numbers. Once I can solve this I will have the application i'm working on finished. Here is the code ( I have another script that successfully converts all ascii characters to random numbers ) #python #help #code #!/usr/bin/env python encrypted=[]

encrypted[0]=a; 1=b; 2=c; 3=d; etc.

count=1; with open("encryption-key.dat", "r") as e: for read in e: encrypted.append(read) # appends e/a # from encryption file to list encrypted. count=count+1

print('') print('ASCII Key Loading:') print('') print(encrypted) print('') print('ok new dict') dict={"1":"a", "2":"b", "3":"c", "4":"d", "5":"e", "6":"f", "7":"g", "8":"h"}

decrypt=raw_input("text to decrypt: ") print(dict[decrypt])

all I need now is to go through the dict and change the #'s to the values of the encrypted dict.

ex if I enter 3 it prints c. I just need those #'s in the list changed to those in a list that I have created. ( its in another script but functions correctly

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