外围体育投注I honestly don't know if Python is powerful enough to do anything like this
I still feel like bank switching is like using another bit for addressing, 16 bit+1 bit for bank switching is the same as 17 bit addressing
外围体育投注Sure, you can imagine it that way. What does that logical abstraction buy you?
外围体育投注So would that make m:n a subset of the many-to-many approach?
It is the many to many approach
外围体育投注Just say the device is unsupported but allow it to function until it stops functioning because of a change on amazon’s end?
I mean, I could assume that’s already happened, but idk.
外围体育投注That's probably exactly what happened: they unstaffed the dev and support teams long ago and they're about to make a change that will break them.
What kinds of messages do you need to send to thousands of users?
I wish I could reach that many, I just do it by hand so I only get maybe a hundred on a good day :)
Sending unsolicited spam PMs is absolutely abuse of the feature and of our users. This will get you banned if you keep doing it.
外围体育投注How did you get a link to that docs page? That's from PRAW version 3.6.2, which is years out of date.
You should be able to create a read only instance just with praw.Reddit() without any arguments. Or maybe you need praw.Reddit(user_agent="test agent"), I don't remember offhand. There are various limits to doing it this way, most notably a much lower rate limit. It's recommended to login with an account even if you're only doing read actions.
Also if your bot is hurting us and we can’t ask you to fix it, we’ll have to ban your whole IP or worse to keep you from hurting us. But if it’s logged in we can talk to you instead. Similarly, don’t just copy paste the example user agent, use a real user agent too. The more ways we have to contact you the less likely we are to have to ban your bot
Hold up, was it? I need more info on that story!
外围体育投注You can pass ?depth=1 to the API. I don’t know if PRAW has an equivalent
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