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28def saveVars(dict):
29 saveDict('env', var_file, dict)
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3def save(file_, *args, **kwargs):
4 """
5 Save the value of some data in a file.
6 Usage: save('misdatos.pypic','a',b=b)
7
8 """
9 f=open(file_, "wb")
10 dict = kwargs
11 for name in args:
12 dict[name] = eval(name)
13 pickle.dump(dict, f, protocol=2)
14 f.close
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)
189def export(self, to):
190 data = {
191 'simplified': self.simplified,
192 'traditional': self.traditional
193 }
194 with open(to, 'wb') as f:
195 pickle.dump(data, f)
91def save(self):
92 file_name = 'dict'
93 ordered = OrderedDict(sorted(self.word2idx.items(), key=itemgetter(1)))
94 wt_string = ''
95 for i in ordered:
96 wt_string += i + '\n'
97 with open(file_name, 'w') as f:
98 f.write(wt_string)
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)
83def saveData():
84 f = open('active_threads.txt', 'w+')
85 s = ''
86 for data in activeThreads:
87 matchID,t1,t2,thread_id,reqr,sub = data
88 s += matchID + '####' + t1 + '####' + t2 + '####' + thread_id + '####' + reqr + '####' + sub + '&&&&'
89 s = s[0:-4] # take off last &&&&
90 f.write(s.encode('utf8'))
91 f.close()
107def saveVocabulary(name, vocab, file):
108 logger.info('Saving ' + name + ' vocabulary to \'' + file + '\'...')
109 vocab.writeFile(file)
31def save_text(data, filename):
32 with open(filename, 'w') as f:
33 f.write(data)
13def save_vocabulary(path, vocab):
14 with open(path, 'w') as f:
15 for w in vocab:
16 print >>f, w

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