is there any way to execute binaries without importing anything from .py scripts?

First of all i created binaries of python scripts using following commands in ubuntu-16.04: cython3 –embed -o hello.c hello.py gcc -Os -I /usr/include/python3.5m -o hello hello.c -lpython3.5m -lpthread -lm -lutil -ldl But there are some issues which i need to discuss: 1- If i delete python scripts than binaries gives import error(which are importing from…

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Bash – move/rename numeric sorted files from input number onwards

I have a numbered list of files like this: 01_file_name.log 01_file_name.txt 02_file_name.log 02_file_name.txt 03_file_name.log 03_file_name.txt 04_file_name.log 04_file_name.txt 05_file_name.log 05_file_name.txt I want to insert new files for all 03* and 04* files. So from number 03 on wards all files need to be moved/renamed with its leading number increased by 2, so the list would look…

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is there any way to execute binaries without importing anything from .py scripts?

First of all i created binaries of python scripts using following commands in ubuntu-16.04: cython3 –embed -o hello.c hello.py gcc -Os -I /usr/include/python3.5m -o hello hello.c -lpython3.5m -lpthread -lm -lutil -ldl But there are some issues which i need to discuss: 1- If i delete python scripts than binaries gives import error(which are importing from…

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Problem using select-object @{name=”Name”; expression=$variable}

I tried something like this but it never gives the values, where my ifile.csv contains two columns displayname, grpmail Import-Csv “E:\ifile.csv” | foreach {get-distributionGroupMember -Identity $_.displayname | select-Object @{Name= GroupName; Expression = {$_.grpmail}}, Recipienttype, Primarysmtpaddress} | Export-csv -no typeinformation “E:\Ofile.csv” Can anyone advise me what I am doing wrong I am expecting ofile.csv with 3…

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