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Aug 11, 2016 Jul 13, 2015 .Q: How to export a specific cell of a table in python I am trying to export a specific cell of a table to a file, and every time I try this I get an error. The function I am using is this one: def export_as_csv(table): with open("ExportAsCsv.csv", "w") as f: w = csv.writer(f) w.writerow(table) The error that I get is this: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/carlos/Desktop/Python/PythonEnv/practice_environments/testenv/thursday/tk_movistar.py", line 57, in main() File "/home/carlos/Desktop/Python/PythonEnv/practice_environments/testenv/thursday/tk_movistar.py", line 22, in main export_as_csv(table) File "/home/carlos/Desktop/Python/PythonEnv/practice_environments/testenv/thursday/tk_movistar.py", line 51, in export_as_csv w.writerow(table) TypeError: 'tuple' object does not support item assignment A: Your w = csv.writer(f) is assigning a new variable called w to a csv writer. Try changing the last line to: w = csv.writer(table) Also, you might consider using the csv module's DictWriter or DictReader objects instead, depending on how your table looks like. Q: Why doesn't df | grep print out the columns that contain the files? Suppose we have this: df | grep "sda1" It doesn't print out the column name (sda1). But df | grep "sda" Prints out the column names. Why is this? A: In









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