Yesteday I finally received my Raspberry Pi 4 microcomputer. I expected something small, but this is much smaller than what I imagined it. Let's hope that my horrible fine motor motion won't be an issue setting my first project, a smart TV up.

The answer is: to use unpacking.
def function(a, b, c, d):

test = ["1", "2", "3", "4"]


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So, to the question, I found the answer, the only thing I had to do is to search Google instead of DuckDuckGo, which is really really really sad.

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Okay, so update on this.
python-mpd2 is a pain in the a** to work with.
It has no automatic reconnect, and likes to disconnect the client, automatically.
The implementation of the "find" function is not ideal as it needs you to pass the strings as separate arguments. It takes as many arguments as you want, but you can't just shove in an array of strings.
Does anyone know how to deconstruct an array into its elements to pass in an array as its separate elements in ?

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I just installed mpd (the music player daemon), mpc (the CLI-driven client for it) and python-mpd2 to drive it through Python scripts.
It's a lot more simple and clean that I would have imagined, and this with this I can finally ascend beyond manually constructed playlists in Clementine or Strawberry... It's time to make a Python AI for selecting music to play based on my listening habits!

is here!
Today we ponder about the usefulness of the Bedrock Linux project.
(N.B. the Odysee upload had to be seriously downsized in quality, check YouTube later for the full quality version)

stream to talk about and stuff starts now!

I'll start streaming (and also likely screaming) in 3 hours' time.

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I'll be streaming some alien massacre in about 13 hours, courtesy of .
Come and let's discuss , and anything that comes to your mind, really.

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Don't just be a LibreOffice user - be part of the awesome community that makes it! You don't need to be a programmer - there are many ways to get involved and help out:

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Yes it's a pleasure to see these projects still maintained and especially that the spirit of free software has not died out

On today's I am sharing some controversial thoughts on the internet platforms and how they share profit with the creators publishing on their site.

If you happened to answer you found Bedrock Linux useful, please give me a brief description of your use case.


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Question for or you users:
have you ever came into contact with Bedrock Linux? If yes, did you see any utility in it?

Let's get murdured by aliens together!

Stream starts in 3 hours! Let's discuss Free Software, Linux in the chat and more while I play!

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