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Script Description: This script: 1. allows the user to provide the targets for ping 2. checks if the targets have a version of python that can be used for pyping 3. checks if the pyping is installed 4. takes the targets from the user, and stores them in a file 5. saves the file in the pyping subdirectory of the current working directory (CWD) 6. reads the file, then starts a loop that pings the targets with pyping 7. if the ping was successful, then adds the number of successful pings to a list 8. if the ping was unsuccessful, then adds the number of failed pings to a list 9. saves the results in a list of strings 10. prints the list of results to the screen 11. resets the entire process 12. ends the script 13. The ping_results.txt file is created A: So I ended up running "python script.py" and typing in all the hostnames and IP addresses. It took me a while to find the problem, but I eventually found the cause. This is not the best approach, but it works. import socket from threading import Thread HOST = "" PORT = 8888 def main(): while True: targets = raw_input(">>> ") targets = targets.split(',') for target in targets: print "Target #%s" % target try: #I would much rather just call pyping, but it isn't in this version of python. #I chose to use raw_input, so the users don't have to worry about It works by having the user enter the target values that you want to ping. The program will then check for patterns in the target list and if it finds a pattern it will then export it to a text file. I decided to make an improved version of this tool and I've come up with this version to see if I can improve on my previous work. Is this a suitable modification or can it be improved upon further? A: You are saving a dictionary of lists. Saving a dictionary is fine if you are parsing an CSV file, but it's not ideal if you are parsing a dictionary of lists. 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Script Description: This script: 1. allows the user to provide the targets for ping 2. checks if the targets have a version of python that can be used for pyping 3. checks if the pyping is installed 4. takes the targets from the user, and stores them in a file 5. saves the file in the pyping subdirectory of the current working directory (CWD) 6. reads the file, then starts a loop that pings the targets with pyping 7. if the ping was successful, then adds the number of successful pings to a list 8. if the ping was unsuccessful, then adds the number of failed pings to a list 9. saves the results in a list of strings 10. prints the list of results to the screen 11. resets the entire process 12. ends the script 13. The ping_results.txt file is created A: So I ended up running "python script.py" and typing in all the hostnames and IP addresses. It took me a while to find the problem, but I eventually found the cause. 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