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It is difficult to put a particular lens in a bag without scratching the surface of a camera lens, when a bag is full.
That is why it is very important to use a lens bag which allows to control the camera lens scratching, to be free from scratches and to prevent the camera lens from getting scratched.
A lens bag is designed to protect your camera lens from dirt and dust, it will help you when you are outside, it prevents your camera lens from being scratched. When you need it, you can not only remove the lens from your lens bag, but also you can close and lock the lens bag.
The lens bag is divided into 2 sections. The first is used to protect the camera lens when you are using the camera and the second section serves as a pocket to keep your necessary items with you, such as a lens cleaning kit and spare batteries.
The lens bag can be used with your medium to large camera lens.
Bag for lens of the camera with a view of 50 mm to 300 mm.
Dimension: 19″ x 13.2″ x 3″ (approx. 50 x 32 x 8 cm)
Material: Plastic + Rubber
( The picture is not from the same product as you will see the item in real in the picture.)
A – Clear and distinct print for lens bag
B – The lanyard length from 2.5″ to 5″
C – Pad thickness from 2″ to 3″
(The picture is not from the same product as you will see the item in real in the picture.)Design Standard:1. Field of the Invention
I can’t figure out how to combine these two command-line arguments without receiving an error, and I can’t find any documentation explaining how to work around it. I’m guessing that it’s not possible. If it’s not possible, what other way can I accomplish this?
You want to take a value from stdin, which you can obtain by calling stdin.readline(). You then want to unpack that value into a list (or list of lists) with list(stdin.readline()).
Here’s a really simple version that takes input from stdin and just outputs it. Note that it assumes that there will always be at least one line of input — if you call it with no input it will output a single-element list containing the empty string.
line = list(stdin.readline())
if len(line) > limit:
for l in line[:limit]:
# if called like this:
# you will get something like this:
# if called like this:
# you will get empty lines
One of my favorite parts about using a REPL is how easy it is to experiment with everything. You can start using Python like this and have a lot of fun for a while before you need to hit the streets.
edit: after making the error in my original answer, I have reformatted my program, thanks to David Wessner. I hope it works for you!
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I am a non-traditional tour guide and adventure travel specialist and creator of the personal travel service company, jaker