10 examples of 'pickle save dictionary' in Python

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36def savepickle(dct):
37 """ Save settings dict to the pickle file """
38 with open('h5config.pkl','wb') as f:
39 pickle.dump(dct, f, protocol=0)
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26def pickle(filename, data):
27 fo = filename
28 if type(filename) == str:
29 fo = open(filename, "w")
30
31 with fo:
32 cPickle.dump(data, fo, protocol=cPickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL)
105def save_pickle(filename, data):
106
107 file = open(filename + '.pck', 'w')
108 pickle_dump(data, file)
109 file.close()
110
111 return
43def PickleSave(file_name, data):
44 with open(file_name, "wb") as f:
45 pickle.dump(data, f, protocol=pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL)
44def pickle_save(file_name, data):
45 with open(file_name, 'wb') as f:
46 pickle.dump(data, f, protocol=pickle.HIGHEST_PROTOCOL)
26def save(dir_path):
27 with open('%s/config/config.pkl' % dir_path,'w') as f:
28 pickle.dump(dict(bg=bg,
29 LH=LH,
30 LW=LW,
31 ), f)
114def load_dump(pickle_file):
115 with open(pickle_file, 'rb') as f:
116 data = pickle.load(f, encoding='bytes')
117 return data
86def save(filename):
87 import cPickle as pickle
88 with open('data/saves/%s' % filename,'w') as f:
89 pickle.dump(dict(bgL=bgL, bgR=bgR), f)
55def pickle_dict(items):
56 '''Returns a new dictionary where values which aren't instances of
57 basestring are pickled. Also, a new key '_pickled' contains a comma
58 separated list of keys corresponding to the pickled values.
59 '''
60 ret = {}
61 pickled_keys = []
62 for key, val in items.items():
63 if isinstance(val, basestring):
64 ret[key] = val
65 else:
66 pickled_keys.append(key)
67 ret[key] = pickle.dumps(val)
68 if pickled_keys:
69 ret['_pickled'] = ','.join(pickled_keys)
70 return ret
1816def LoadDictionary(filename):
1817 """
1818 Given a binary file (containing a dictionary), return dictionary
1819 containing parsed DICOM information.
1820 """
1821 import pickle
1822
1823 fp = open(filename, "rb")
1824 info = pickle.load(fp)
1825 fp.close()
1826 return info

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