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Use this tag when referring to the Python 3 language. This can include discussions about specific features unique to the language or perhaps when referring to software that requires Python 3 in order to function. Note that general programming questions are often better suited to Stack Overflow; use this tag only where directly relevant to the Pi.

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Capture image when camera is not covered

I am very new to R Pi, but I know my Python. I am working on a project where I have an always running camera, that is kept in dark. What I need to do is to capture an image when there is light. (lets ...
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Found a PyPi Package for Opencv-contrib, but can't install using pip

I'm trying to install OpenCV for python with extra modules on my raspberry pi. The OpenCV website has a set of instructions that I have tried with different variations for the past several months. I ...
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How to make a button toggle a led?

I have some code which turns an led on when I hold the button. But only when I am pressing it. Could somebody help me so when I press the button then the light stays on and if I press it again the led ...
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How does Raspbian know it's been installed in a Pi or Compute Module?

I want to design a python script that would allow me to check whether it's currently in a standard Pi 3 or it's in a Compute Module 3. But I have no idea even on how Raspbian OS know itself is ...
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How can I use OpenCV with Python 3 on a Raspberry Pi?

I have installed OpenCV and and access it with Python 2. However, I'm unable to use OpenCV with Python 3. It says "Cannot open shared object". ImportError: libQTtest.so.4: cannot open shared object ...
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Pip3 install throwing error on raspberry pi 3 Raspbian-Jessie

I am trying to install a python 3 library on a raspberry pi 3 running Raspbian-Jessie. sudo pip3 install LIBRARY However, regardless of what library I try to install, I am getting this error: ...
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Picamera capture to array is slow

In python module picamera, does anyone noticed that camera.capture(array, 'rgb') is quite slow?? If you try to measure this time is about 540ms... example code (the "real code" is irrelevant): from ...
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python.exe file not found; creating “virtual environment”

Aim: Build projectoxford into raspberrypi3 - https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/jsturtevant/Setting-up-Project-Oxford-for-Python-on-Windows At 2:11 of the video, for windows, the command used to create ...
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open a terminal on boot and auto-run a looping python script

When my RPI3 is booted, I would like it to automatically have the terminal open with my python script already running. Note that it loops endlessly. I want to open the terminal so I check the output ...
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Problem with matplotlib

I am attempting to run some matplotlib tutorials on my Pi3 running Raspbian Stretch. I have installed matplotlib & numpy using pip3 When trying to run any of the tutorials I get an error ...
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How to open .bat file in VSCode using raspbian

From the website ( https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/jsturtevant/Setting-up-Project-Oxford-for-Python-on-Windows ) at about 4:27, the author opens the activate.bat file by using code .env\Scripts\...
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Cannot import patterns; workaround doesnt work either

Aim: Build projectoxford into raspberrypi3 - https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/jsturtevant/Setting-up-Project-Oxford-for-Python-on-Windows I have reached the steps of: pi@raspberrypi:~/happy-image-...
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WIFI Configuration Before Complete Boot-up Of Pi

I am making a program and I need this program to get WIFI Credentials before anything else. Kind of like when you buy an Alexa and it has you connect to the internet before you can do anything with it....