Tourist PYc-32 - History

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(PYc-32: dp. 185; 1. 150'0"; b. 26'1"; dr. 10'2";
cpl. 32)

Tourist-a steel-hulled steam yacht built as Calumet in 1903 by George Lawley & Son at South Boston, Mass., and later renamed Kektoh-was acquired by the Navy on 23 March 1942 from Edward Baletti of Weehawken, N.J. Retaining her civilian name, Tourist was classified a patrol craft and designated PYc-32. Assigned to the 3d Naval District for patrol service, the vessel was found unsuitable for this duty and was returned to her owner on 18 May 1942.

However, on 7 August 1942, the Navy reacquired the ship, classified her as a miscellaneous district auxiliary and designated her as YAG-14. Conversion work began at the Frank McWilliams shipyard, Staten Island, N.Y. and progressed until she was 98 percent complete, when the remainder of the work was undertaken at the Bethlehem Steel Co. yard in Brooklyn, N.Y.

YAG-14 was placed in service by the Commandant, 3d Naval District, on 12 December 1942. On 3 January 1943, she got underway for Miami, via the inland waterway system.

Attached to Service Squadron 9, she was readied at Charleston, S C., for service with the Fleet Sound School, Key West, Fla. She arrived there on 2 April 1943 and was placed in commission the following day. For the remainder of 1943 and into 1944, the ship served the Fleet Sound School as a training vessel for sonar operators. On 11 August 1944, YAG-14 was decommissioned. Struck from the Navy list on 22 August 1944, she was transferred to the War Shipping Administration, Maritime Commission, and sold on 20 February 1945.

Tourist PYc-32 - History

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They contain byte code, which is what the Python interpreter compiles the source to. This code is then executed by Python's virtual machine.

Python's documentation explains the definition like this:

Python is an interpreted language, as opposed to a compiled one, though the distinction can be blurry because of the presence of the bytecode compiler. This means that source files can be run directly without explicitly creating an executable which is then run.

I've been given to understand that Python is an interpreted language.

This popular meme is incorrect, or, rather, constructed upon a misunderstanding of (natural) language levels: a similar mistake would be to say "the Bible is a hardcover book". Let me explain that simile.

"The Bible" is "a book" in the sense of being a class of (actual, physical objects identified as) books the books identified as "copies of the Bible" are supposed to have something fundamental in common (the contents, although even those can be in different languages, with different acceptable translations, levels of footnotes and other annotations) -- however, those books are perfectly well allowed to differ in a myriad of aspects that are not considered fundamental -- kind of binding, color of binding, font(s) used in the printing, illustrations if any, wide writable margins or not, numbers and kinds of builtin bookmarks, and so on, and so forth.

It's quite possible that a typical printing of the Bible would indeed be in hardcover binding -- after all, it's a book that's typically meant to be read over and over, bookmarked at several places, thumbed through looking for given chapter-and-verse pointers, etc, etc, and a good hardcover binding can make a given copy last longer under such use. However, these are mundane (practical) issues that cannot be used to determine whether a given actual book object is a copy of the Bible or not: paperback printings are perfectly possible!

Similarly, Python is "a language" in the sense of defining a class of language implementations which must all be similar in some fundamental respects (syntax, most semantics except those parts of those where they're explicitly allowed to differ) but are fully allowed to differ in just about every "implementation" detail -- including how they deal with the source files they're given, whether they compile the sources to some lower level forms (and, if so, which form -- and whether they save such compiled forms, to disk or elsewhere), how they execute said forms, and so forth.

The classical implementation, CPython, is often called just "Python" for short -- but it's just one of several production-quality implementations, side by side with Microsoft's IronPython (which compiles to CLR codes, i.e., ".NET"), Jython (which compiles to JVM codes), PyPy (which is written in Python itself and can compile to a huge variety of "back-end" forms including "just-in-time" generated machine language). They're all Python (=="implementations of the Python language") just like many superficially different book objects can all be Bibles (=="copies of The Bible").

If you're interested in CPython specifically: it compiles the source files into a Python-specific lower-level form (known as "bytecode"), does so automatically when needed (when there is no bytecode file corresponding to a source file, or the bytecode file is older than the source or compiled by a different Python version), usually saves the bytecode files to disk (to avoid recompiling them in the future). OTOH IronPython will typically compile to CLR codes (saving them to disk or not, depending) and Jython to JVM codes (saving them to disk or not -- it will use the .class extension if it does save them).

These lower level forms are then executed by appropriate "virtual machines" also known as "interpreters" -- the CPython VM, the .Net runtime, the Java VM (aka JVM), as appropriate.

So, in this sense (what do typical implementations do), Python is an "interpreted language" if and only if C# and Java are: all of them have a typical implementation strategy of producing bytecode first, then executing it via a VM/interpreter.

More likely the focus is on how "heavy", slow, and high-ceremony the compilation process is. CPython is designed to compile as fast as possible, as lightweight as possible, with as little ceremony as feasible -- the compiler does very little error checking and optimization, so it can run fast and in small amounts of memory, which in turns lets it be run automatically and transparently whenever needed, without the user even needing to be aware that there is a compilation going on, most of the time. Java and C# typically accept more work during compilation (and therefore don't perform automatic compilation) in order to check errors more thoroughly and perform more optimizations. It's a continuum of gray scales, not a black or white situation, and it would be utterly arbitrary to put a threshold at some given level and say that only above that level you call it "compilation"!-)

Controversial anti-gay rapper to perform at Big Day Out

Big Day Out organisers say they were aware of reggae artist Beenie Man's controversial past when they booked him for the 2010 festival.

The Jamaican rapper's history of encouraging anti-gay violence in his song lyrics caused a public backlash when his inclusion for the Big Day Out was confirmed.

But Big Day Out promoters say since signing the Reggae Compassionate Act in 2007, Beenie Man has stayed true to his word and refrained from performing the offending songs.

The Reggae Compassionate Act was a petition signed by four musicians - Beenie Man, Capleton, Sizzla & Buju Banton - in which they agreed not to make statements or perform songs that incited hatred or violence against anyone.

"The Big Day Out's core values include those of tolerance and understanding," promoter Campbell Smith said in a statement.

Beenie Man's song lyrics have included lines such as "I'm dreaming of a new Jamaica, come to execute all the gays" in Damn, and "Hang chi chi gal [lesbian] wid a long piece of rope" in Han Up Deh.

He has also been criticised for rapping about killing gay DJs and cutting the throats of gay men.

In 2006, an HIV-awareness concert he was due to play at in New York was cancelled after protests.

He was also banned from performing at the 2004 MTV UK Mobo awards in London.

Green MP Kevin Hague has called for Big Day Out organisers to cancel Beenie Man's appearance.

"Hatemongering is not welcome in New Zealand," he said on his blog.

"Big Day Out must withdraw its invitation. If it does not then both musicians and fans will be called upon to declare which side they are on."

A Facebook group, Standing up against Beenie Man at Big Day Out 2010, was set up yesterday to protest his participation and already boasts more than 900 members.

One of the group's founders, Jess Cann, said she felt insulted that organisers would invite a homophobic musician to play.

The group also planned to stage a protest at Big Day Out, she said. content editor Jay Bennie said Beenie Man should be removed from the festival's line-up, to send a message that homophobia is not acceptable in New Zealand.

"I think it would be a disgrace if he played at the Big Day Out, regardless of whether he performed songs with homophobic lyrics.

"He has come to represent extreme homophobia and a call for violence and murder against gays and lesbians and so even his presence on the stage brings up that whole image of hatred and violence."


What would this look like in practice?

Let's say we have a Python package named alpha which contains a sub-package name beta . The source directory layout before byte compilation might look like this:

After byte compiling this package with Python 3.2, you would see the following layout:

Note: listing order may differ depending on the platform.

Let's say that two new versions of Python are installed, one is Python 3.3 and another is Unladen Swallow. After byte compilation, the file system would look like this:

As you can see, as long as the Python version identifier string is unique, any number of pyc files can co-exist. These identifier strings are described in more detail below.

A nice property of this layout is that the __pycache__ directories can generally be ignored, such that a normal directory listing would show something like this:

This is much less cluttered than even today's Python.

przybrzeżny okręt patrolowy

PHM Patrol Missile Hydrofoil

Patrolowy wodolot rakietowy

PGH Patrol Gunboat Hydrofoil

PCH Submarine Chaser Hydrofoil

Wodolot do zwalczania okrętów podwodnych

Te ścigacze okrętów podwodnych miały 173 stopy długości. Duże braki w numeracji w większej części spowodowane są dzieleniem tych samych numerów z innymi 110 stopowymi ścigaczami.

    przekazany Francji jako FS Sabre (W11) przekazany Francji jako FS Pique (W13) przekazany Francji jako FS Cimeterre (W12)
  • PC/USS PCC-1251 Ukiah przeklasyfikowany na PGM-18 przeklasyfikowany na PCS-1427 przeklasyfikowany na PCS-1465
  • PC-1548 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-9
  • PC-1550 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-19
  • PC-1551 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-20
  • PC-1552 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-21
  • PC-1553 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-22
  • PC-1554 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-23
  • PC-1555 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-24
  • PC-1556 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-25
  • PC-1557 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-26
  • PC-1558 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-27
  • PC-1559 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-28
  • PC-1560 przekazany Francji jako FS Coutelas (W22)
  • PC-1562 przekazany Francji jako FS Javelot (W23)
  • PC-1565 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-29
  • PC-1566 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-30
  • PC-1567 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-31
  • PC-1568 przeklasyfikowany na PGM-32
  • PC-1570 do PC-1585 anulowano
  • PC-1586 ex-USS Adroit (AM-82)
  • PC-1587 ex-USS Advent (AM-83)
  • PC-1588 ex-USS Annoy (AM-84)
  • PC-1589 ex-USS Conflict (AM-85)
  • PC-1590 ex-USS Constant (AM-86)
  • PC-1591 ex-USS Daring (AM-87)
  • PC-1592 ex-USS Dash (AM-88)
  • PC-1593 ex-USS Despite (AM-89)
  • PC-1594 ex-USS Direct (AM-90)
  • PC-1595 ex-USS Dynamic (AM-91)
  • PC-1596 ex-USS Effective (AM-92)
  • PC-1597 ex-USS Engage (AM-93)
  • PC-1598 ex-USS Excel (AM-94)
  • PC / PCC-1599 ex-USS Exploit (AM-95)
  • PC-1600 ex-USS Fidelity (AM-96)
  • PC / PCC-1601 ex-USS Fierce (AM-97)
  • PC / PCC-1602 ex-USS Firm (AM-98)
  • PC-1603 ex-USS Force (AM-99)
  • PC-1610 przekazano Francji jako FS Le Fougueux (P641)
  • PC-1611 przekazany Francji jako FS L'Opiniatre (P642)
  • PC-1612 przekazany Francji jako FS L'Agile (P643)
  • PC-1613 przekazano Portugalii jako Maio (P587)
  • PC-1614 przekazano Portugalii jako Porto Santo (P 588)
  • PC-1615 przekazany Jugosławii jako Udarnik (PBR 51)
  • PC-1616 przekazany Etiopii jako Zerai Deres[1][2]
  • PC-1617 przekazano Portugalii jako Sao Nicolus (P 589)
  • PC-1618 przekazany Francji jako FS P-7
  • PC-1619 przekazany Włochom jako Albatros (F 543)
  • PC-1620 przekazany Włochom jako Alcione (F 544)
  • PC-1621 przekazany Włochom jako Airone (F 545)
  • PC-1622 przekazany Danii jako Bellona (F 344)
  • PC-1623 przekazany Danii jako Diana (F 345)
  • PC-1624 przekazany Danii jako Flora (F 346)
  • PC-1625 przekazany Danii jako Triton (F 347)
  • PC-1626 przekazany Włochom jako Aquila (F 542)
  • PC-1635 przekazano Portugalii jako Brava (P 590)
  • PC-1636 przekazano Portugalii jako Fago (P 591)
  • PC-1637 przekazano Portugalii jako Boavista (P 592)
  • PC-1638 przekazany Turcji jako Sultanhisar (P 111)
  • PC-1639 przekazany Turcji jako Demirhisar (P 112)
  • PC-1640 przekazany Turcji jako Yarhisar (P 113)
  • PC-1641 przekazany Turcji jako Akhisar (P 114)
  • PC-1642 przekazany Turcji jako Sivrihisar (P 115)
  • PC-1643 przekazany Turcji jako Kochisar (P 116)
  • PC-1644 zbudowany dla Danii jako Peder Skram (F 352)
  • PC-1645 zbudowany dla Danii jako Herluf Trolle (F 353)
  • PC-1646 zbudowany w Chile jako Papudo (P 37)
  • PC-1647 anulowano

eskortowe okręty patrolowe i eskortowe okręty patrolowo - ratownicze

    przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilbernie (BEC 1) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilbride (BEC 2) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilchatten (BEC 3) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilchernan (BEC 4) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kildary (BEC 5) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kildwick (BEC 6) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilham (BEC 7) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilkenzie (BEC 8) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilhampton (BEC 9) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmacolm (BEC 10) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmarnok (BEC 11) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmartin (BEC 12) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmelford (BEC 13) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmington (BEC 14) przekazany W.Brytanii jako HMS Kilmore (BEC 15)
  • USS PCER / PCE-843 Skowhegan
  • USS PCER / PCE-847
  • USS PCER / EPCE-851 Rockville
  • USS PCER / EPCER-852 Brattleboro
  • USS PCER / USS Rexburg
  • USS PCER / USS Whitehall
  • USS PCER / USS Marysville
  • PCE-861 do PCE-866 anulowano
  • USS PCE / PCEC-873 przeklasyfikowany na YDG-8
  • USS PCE / USS PCEC-877 Havre przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Buttress (ACM 4) przeklasyfikowany na YDG-9 przeklasyfikowany na YDG-10
  • USS PCE / PCEC-886 Banning
  • PCE-887 do PCE-890 anulowano
  • USS PCE / PCEC-896
  • USS PCE-901 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na USS Parris Island (AG-72) przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Execute (AM-232) przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Facility (AM-233) przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Gavia (AM-363) przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Fixity (AM-235) przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Flame (AM-236)
  • USS PCE-910 anulowano June 6, 1944
  • PCE-911 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Adjutant (AM-351), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-912 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Bittern (AM-352), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-913 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Breakhorn (AM-353), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-914 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Carimu (AM-354), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-915 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Chukor (AM-355), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-916 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Creddock (AM-356), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-917 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Dipper (AM-357), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-918 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na Dotterel (AM-358), anulowano 1 listopada 1945
  • PCE-919 przemianowany i przeklasyfikowany na USS Drake (AM-359)
  • PCE-920 do PCE-934 anulowano anulowano 1 listopada 1945 przeklasyfikowany na PCER-935, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-936, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-937, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-938, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-939, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-940, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-941, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-942, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-943, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-944, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-945, anulowano przeklasyfikowany na PCER-946, anulowano
  • PCE-947 do PCE-960 anulowano przekazany dla Holandii jako Fret (F 818) przekazany dla Holandii jako Hermelijn (F 819) przekazany dla Holandii jako Vos (F 820) przekazany dla Holandii jako Wolf (F 817) przekazany dla Holandii jako Panter (F 821) przekazany dla Holandii jako Jaguar (F 822)

okręty patrolowe typu Eagle

To 60 ukończonych jednostek z czasów II wojny światowej, używających numerów 1-60. Było więcej planowanych, ale ich budowę anulowano.

Who we are

As a leading European provider for the savoury food industry, Solina’s aim is to draw on our unrivalled expertise and passion to create food solutions that deliver sensory food experiences . We want to contribute to the production of food that is good: delicious, healthy and environmentally friendly.

With our ‘glocal’ business approach we develop knowledge and know-how in the latest science and global food trends
but also in the singular regional flavours and culture of the countries where our clients operate.

Our History

In 2012 Solina started thanks to a small community of 550 people with a strong heritage of the past in meat, spices, culinary and a strong entrepreneurial spirit made by chefs, butchers, nutritionists. For several decades our teams have drawn upon a fusion of taste, texture and nutrition to deliver sensory food experiences to consumers. Our business model is founded on internal and external growth which implies being able to continuously welcome and integrate new comers in our diverse multicultural community of 1700 employees.


In many ways, Arizona's beauty is embodied by its most famous natural landmark, the Grand Canyon but there is so much more to the Grand Canyon State than its namesake. Arizona is vast and ancient, with a history defined by American Indians, larger-than-life adventurers, and diverse landscapes.

Vast, magnificent and inarguably beautiful, the Grand Canyon is easily Arizona’s most distinguishable landmark—a natural wonder you must see to.

Official State Travel Guide

Start planning your Arizona vacation with the Official State Travel Guide – available in print, electronically, or both.

Where the mind wanders, the body should follow. It’s time to rediscover our beautiful state, we’ve curated some trip ideas to help you travel.

Travelling here by plane is a popular option, and major airlines fly into multiple destinations. Flying time to St. John&rsquos is about 3.5 hours from Toronto, and about 5 hours from London. There are regional airlines which service smaller destinations and operate flights within the province.

Travellers are encouraged to check with individual airlines and ferry services for the most up-to-date information prior to and during travel. Some routes have been temporarily removed due to COVID-19 travel restrictions resulting in lower demand.

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