No wifi after fresh install [duplicate]

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How Do I output only IP’s to a txt file with masscan?

I am trying to scan specific IP ranges open ports using masscan. When I run the command in terminal the output looks like this: # Ports Scanned: TCP(1;11032-11032) UDP(0;) SCTP(0;) PROTOCOLS(0;) Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp/// Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp/// Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp/// Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp/// Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp/// Host: 127.0.0.1 () Ports:11032/open/tcp///…

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How can I format the response coming from the server as given below using js array methods such as map(), reduce(), filter() and etc?

This is the response object from an API that I need to reformat: const data = { id: 12, currency: “USD”, transactions: [ { from_wallet_id: 14, transaction_amount: ‘30.00’, type: ‘income’, “date”: “2019-12-04T06:45:49.394000+06:00” }, { from_wallet_id: 11, transaction_amount: ‘50.00’, type: ‘expenses’, date: “2019-12-04T06:45:49.394000+06:00” }, { from_wallet_id: 11, transaction_amount: ‘70.00’, type: ‘transfer’, date: “2019-12-06T06:45:49.394000+06:00” }, { from_wallet_id:…

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Google Data Flow error: NameError: global name ‘itertools’ is not defined

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Use asyncio with non asynchrone callback method from external library

I’m using the gpiozero python library to handle simple GPIO devices on a Raspberry Pi (I use here a MotionSensor for the example): import asyncio from gpiozero import MotionSensor class MotionSensorHandler(): __whenMotionCallback = None def __init__(self, pin, whenMotionCallback): # whenMotionCallback is an async function self.__whenMotionCallback = whenMotionCallback # Just init the sensor with gpiozero lib…

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