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src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/point/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import point
 
p1 = point.Point(3,4)
p2 = point.Point(6,8)

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/mutate/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import mutate
import ctypes
 
x = ctypes.c_int(2)

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/multi/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import sample
 
for n in range(1,10):
    print sample.fact(n), sample.fib(n)

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/mandel/mandel.py   bitey(Download)
# Make a plot of the mandelbrot set
import bitey
 
# Test a given x,y coordinate to see if it's a member of the set
def in_mandelbrot(x0,y0,n):

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/library/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
bitey.load_library("./libfib.so")
import sample
sample.print_fib(10)
 

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/fib/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import fib
 
for n in range(1,40):
    print fib.fib(n)

src/b/i/bitey-0.0/examples/advanced/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import point
 
p1 = point.Point(3,4)
p2 = point.Point(6,8)

src/b/i/bitey-HEAD/examples/point/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import point
 
p1 = point.Point(3,4)
p2 = point.Point(6,8)

src/b/i/bitey-HEAD/examples/mutate/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import mutate
import ctypes
 
x = ctypes.c_int(2)

src/b/i/bitey-HEAD/examples/multi/example.py   bitey(Download)
import bitey
import sample
 
for n in range(1,10):
    print sample.fact(n), sample.fib(n)

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