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int(x=0) -> int or long
int(x, base=10) -> int or long

Convert a number or string to an integer, or return 0 if no arguments
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src/c/o/CombiVEP-0.1.2/combivep/preproc/reader.py   CombiVEP(Download)
            scores   = {combivep_settings.KEY_PHYLOP_SCORE  : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_PHYLOP_SCORE],
                        combivep_settings.KEY_SIFT_SCORE    : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_SIFT_SCORE],
                        combivep_settings.KEY_PP2_SCORE     : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_PP2_SCORE],
                        combivep_settings.KEY_LRT_SCORE     : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_LRT_SCORE],
                        combivep_settings.KEY_MT_SCORE      : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_MT_SCORE],
            return {combivep_settings.KEY_PHYLOP_SCORE  : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_PHYLOP_SCORE],
                    combivep_settings.KEY_SIFT_SCORE    : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_SIFT_SCORE],
                    combivep_settings.KEY_PP2_SCORE     : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_PP2_SCORE],
                    combivep_settings.KEY_LRT_SCORE     : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_LRT_SCORE],
                    combivep_settings.KEY_MT_SCORE      : rec[combivep_settings.LJB_PARSED_0_INDEX_MT_SCORE],