Building The Ultimate r/Python Automation Ideas!

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Building The Ultimate r/Python Automation Ideas!

In this video, I will be browsing Reddit to find the ultimate Python automation ideas and then building them out!
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      Weasel Words
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Loving your work Kalle!
      Could you explain the concept of .env config settings, especially in reference to the IP_NETWORK and IP_DEVICE configs used in the girlfriend detector?
      ~
      Alternative approach use Selenium to connect to the wifi router and capture ALL devices connected to the network.

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      Mr. Noone
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      🤣 Jail Api 😭

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      Miklo
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Can anyone help me? Im trying to get the net listener working but i have nothing popping up.

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      Lakshay Sharma
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      My WiFi project is not working

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      Crazycorgi
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      In 10th grade we had to do vocab com hw all the time so I just made a python script to do the hw for me by finding the right answers and automatically click it

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      bestine ouya
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      I will try to sniff people who joined my wifi network

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      Siddharth Singh
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      what happens if you're making out with her best friend and she doesn't have her wifi on…you're screwed pal!

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      Sushi
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      What ide is this?

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      Gabbish Lee
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Nice job 👍 thanks.

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      Aaditya Panchakshikar
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      What's the IP_NETWORK ..?

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      Learco
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Hi Kalle, what's my Network IP and what's my device IP?

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      Konstantinos Metaxas
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      please someone respond the first idea was sick and i write down all of the codes but nothing happen can please anyone tell me what to do that's the code :import sys

      import subprocess

      import os

      from decouple import config

      IP_NETWORK = config('IP_NETWORK')

      IP_DEVICE = config('IP_DEVICE')

      proc = subprocess.Popen({'ping' ,IP_NETWORK}, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)

      while True:

      line = proc.stdout.readline()

      if not line:

      break

      connected_ip = line.decode('utf-8').spilt(){3}

      if connected_ip == IP_DEVICE:

      subprocess.Popen(['say' ,'someone just connected to the network])

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      Test
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      please someone respond the first idea was sick and i write down all of the codes but nothing happen can please anyone tell me what to do that's the code :import sys

      import subprocess

      import os

      from decouple import config

      IP_NETWORK = config('IP_NETWORK')

      IP_DEVICE = config('IP_DEVICE')

      proc = subprocess.Popen({'ping' ,IP_NETWORK}, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)

      while True:

      line = proc.stdout.readline()

      if not line:

      break

      connected_ip = line.decode('utf-8').spilt(){3}

      if connected_ip == IP_DEVICE:

      subprocess.Popen(['say' ,'someone just connected to the network])

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      konmet
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      please someone respond the first idea was sick and i write down all of the codes but nothing happen can please anyone tell me what to do that's the code :import sys

      import subprocess

      import os

      from decouple import config

      IP_NETWORK = config('IP_NETWORK')

      IP_DEVICE = config('IP_DEVICE')

      proc = subprocess.Popen({'ping' ,IP_NETWORK}, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)

      while True:

      line = proc.stdout.readline()

      if not line:

      break

      connected_ip = line.decode('utf-8').spilt(){3}

      if connected_ip == IP_DEVICE:

      subprocess.Popen(['say' ,'someone just connected to the network])

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      samiul gamer
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      since when Alan walker started coding?

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      Kim Pedersen
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Hey! – new sub and really new to Python as well here – a "quick" question. When doing webscraping with e.g BeautifulSoup4 or simmilar i always run into the problem that some javascript (i think) is checking the browser-version and sends me to a "it looks like you're using a old browser" error – My plan is to check webhallen / mediamarkt and elgiganten and such for lager-status on the PS5. Any tips? – Thanks alot for tons of good content!

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      melek Rebai
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      I wrote a php script few years ago to send an email whenever a new car is on sale and matches my criteria and that's how I got my first car

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      THE Adam
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      I tried to do the first one and it failed.

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      Dan Arfi
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      What language and IDE you used?

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      SubwayePVP
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Don't thank me:
      //did in notepad by Ali Alsaggaf

      import sys

      import subprocess

      form decouple import config

      IP_NETWORK = config('IP_NETWORK')

      IP_DEVICE = config('IP_DEVICE')

      proc = subprocess.Popen(['ping', IP_NETWORK], stdout=subprocess.PIPE)

      while True:

      line = proc.stdout.readline()

      if not line:

      break

      connected_ip = line.decode('utf-8').split()[3]

      if connected_ip == IP_DEVICE:

      subprocess.Popen(['say', 'Girlfriend just connected to the network!'])

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      Adarsh chaurasia
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Can you please make tutorial for web scraping using selenium

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      Peter Pan
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Can anyone please help me on this one: (IP_NETWORK (is my ip) but IP_DEVICE? how do i know the IP device if everytime a device logs in the wi fi it generates a new IP?)

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      muhammed tapis
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      UndefinedValueError('{} not found. Declare it as envvar or define a default value.'.format(option))
      decouple.UndefinedValueError: IP_NETWORK not found. Declare it as envvar or define a default value. please someone can help me with this problem what do i need to do ?

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      zahran 2
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      What ide his using??

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      Vladimir Stevanovic
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Hello @Kalle Hallden, I try to use your code but doesn't work.

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      Just Bjorn
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Why does his wife wants to know when it happens lol

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      Paul Rep
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Good job, man!

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      AbdisalanCodes
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      For those who want to try the wifi checking automation, make sure to put 255 for the last number in your local ip so that it pings everything in the network. Took me some time to figure it out

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      Faris Ayman
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      can anyone please link a tutorial or a code for the wifi one 00:49

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      Christopher Juarez
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Has anyone worked out that girlfriend script? I think I'm just not understanding how it would detect traffic without inputting ip/mac information.

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      Tomáš Janovec
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      In my school, we are using microsoft teams and couple others programs, teachers always have problem to figure out, who is missing in the class, so I coded so it scans students attending the lesson and prints out students who are there. 😀

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      Jonathan Fortmann
      May 17, 2022 03:11 am Reply

      Hey, It maybe sounds like a stupid question but I can't import config from config, I install it with pip in the right directory. I also try to download it manually but it doesn't work. Can anyone help me?

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