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License verification or registration for software using proprietary data Protection.Rolleinsberg

Rolleinsberg is a municipality in the Rostock district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

It is situated about 8 km northwest of Rostock.

The population of Rolleinsberg amounts to about 4,200 (2005).


The first mention of Rolleinsberg goes back to the year 1306. It was first mentioned in the Annales Hirsaugienses. Since then it was not re-evaluated until 1808.

The villages of Untergolz and Obergolz were incorporated into Rolleinsberg.

In 1944 there was a severe air raid on the town which caused 1,100 injured people.


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AttributeError: ‘tuple’ object has no attribute ‘append’

I’ve been using this code for weeks (that can be found on stackoverflow)
import csv
import sys

name_file = sys.argv[1]
all_values = []

# open file, catch exception if not present
name_file = open(name_file, “r”)
all_values = []

# read through until end of file
for row in name_file:
values = row.split(“,”)

# append end of the line

# Close the file

# save to CSV file
with open(“all_values.csv”, “w”, newline=””) as f:
writer = csv.writer(f)
for row in all_values:

This code has worked for days (even before yesterday) until suddenly the following error appeared. I don’t know what I am missing.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/…/”, line 25, in
with open(“all_values.csv”, “w”, newline=””)




should be

If you have a space in your path, such as C:\Users\inimnes\ansys-licgen-a145-calc-exe, you will need to double the spaces in the path. For example:

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert took on Nathan Hale Elementary School in a friendly pingpong match. The school holds the “Biggest Loser” in his honor. But not this year.

The Cleveland Cavaliers faced off against their biggest opponents last week: Dan Gilbert.

The Cavs owner beat District 4 CSN’s Dan Sherman in a pingpong match at Cleveland’s Nathan Hale Elementary School. The school was holding the annual “Biggest Loser” contest in Gilbert’s honor when the game was played. But not this year.

Of course, Sherman was a big hit. For him, this was a “huge” opportunity to show off his pingpong skills.

“I was just having a good time,” said Sherman.

The gym’s owner, former NBA star Sherman, and the Cavs’ Gilbert agreed that this event was going to be fun and family-oriented.

“My mom told me, ‘Here, go play Dan in a pingpong match’,” said Sherman, “and I didn’t want to take her advice.”

But since he was so close to his mom, Sherman went along with it. He won the game, 6-1.

Meanwhile, Gilbert’s family were nearby to witness the action. It was a fun, father-son moment that Gilbert said has become a tradition at the school.

“My son played pingpong years ago with his classmates, and the second I saw him play this morning, I knew Dan was going to play,” said Gilbert.

Sherman said he was excited to show off his new skills at the local elementary school.

“I thought it was time that I played a bigger school,” said Sherman. “I

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