Go to the Colab and create new NoteBook.
Execute the commands:
!npm i -g @nexssp/cli # install Nexss Programmer !nexss php run "print('x');" !nexss py run "print('x')" !nexss py run "import time; print(time.time())" !nexss myprogram.py !nexss myprogram.r
Upload custom files to the Colab.
To run your program, you need to upload files to your drive. You can do it in several ways.
Create new Colab Notebook and run:
!npm i -g @nexssp/cli # install latest version of the Nexss Programmer # to download program !nexss Download https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nexssp/language_clojure/master/templates/helloWorld.clj --nxsField # to display program just do: !nexss https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nexssp/language_clojure/master/templates/helloWorld.clj --nxsField #Note: --nxsField is the same as --nxsField=nxsOut # which means display only value from field nxsOut. # !nexss Download -> nxsOut will contain filepath for downloaded file # !nexss [url] -> nxsOut will contain content of that file, in this case program.
Below code will show you the standard file input to select file and upload. The files will be stored in the uploadedFileNames variable. To see them use print(uploadedFileNames)
from google.colab import files uploadedFileNames = files.upload()
First go to the Google Drive and upload file there..
from google.colab import drive drive.mount('/mygoogledrive') # you can use here any mounting point/name
Now you will see the message to authorize your google drive with the colab. Click on the link. After authorisation you will be able to copy the created token. Click the copy button and paste it to the earlier input box created in the Colab Notebook.
I have created folder ColabDrive in my google drive. (My drive is necessary. To see it run command: !ls /mygoogledrive)
# Run program in Google Colab from any programming language with Nexss Programmer # You can also pass absolute path. !nexss '/mygoogledrive/MyDrive/ColabDrive/helloWorld.cr'
nexss Audio/Split help # to display help nexss Audio/Split myfile.mp3 // --_tracks=2 - 2 is default Vocals (singing voice) / accompaniment separation nexss Audio/Split myfile.mp3 --_tracks=4 // Vocals / drums / bass / other separation nexss Audio/Split myfile.mp3 --_tracks=5 // Vocals / drums / bass / piano / other separation
Try it for yourself easy on Colab
!npm install -g @nexssp/cli !nexss !nexss Download <your mp3 or wav file url like https://mydomain.com/myfile.mp3> !nexss Audio/Split myfile.mp3 !nexss Audio/Split myfile.mp3 --_option=5 # will separate in to the 5 tracks.
Please notice that Nexss Programmer Audio/Split package uses amazing https://github.com/deezer/spleeter
Now you can convert images to WebP
# cli commands nexss Convert/ToWebP file1.png file2.jpg # convert selected files nexss Convert/ToWebP/Images # will convert allfiles in the current folder
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