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Authorized users

About the 3d Signals API

  • To prevent unauthorized or unauthenticated users from accessing the data, every interaction with the 3d Signals API must contain an API Token.
  • The client configuration includes a set of permissions (also called scopes). A permission is a variable parameter that controls the set of resources and operations that are allowed per user.
    • To prevent unauthorized or unauthenticated users from accessing the data, every interaction with the 3d Signals API must contain an API Token.
      • The client configuration includes a set of permissions (also called scopes). A permission is a variable parameter that controls the set of resources and operations that are allowed per user.
        • The client configuration includes a set of permissions (also called scopes). A permission is a variable parameter that controls the set of resources and operations that are allowed per user.
          • The client configuration includes a set of permissions (also called scopes). A permission is a variable parameter that controls the set of resources and operations that are allowed per user.

Data Rate Limits

To access the 3d Signals API developers need first to request a username and password from the 3d Signals team. Please contact us at support@3dsignals.com to receive your login credentials.
To prevent unauthorized or unauthenticated users from accessing the data, every interaction with the 3d Signals API must contain an API Token.
Authorized users can receive a token when presenting their username and password.
The API token expires after 24 hours. A new API token is required for a new request
after 24 hours.

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prompt> cloc

Usage: cloc [options] <file(s)/dir(s)> | <set 1> <set 2> | <report files>

 Count, or compute differences of, physical lines of source code in the
 given files (may be archives such as compressed tarballs or zip files)
 and/or recursively below the given directories.

 Input Options
   —extract-with=<cmd>      This option is only needed if cloc is unable
                             to figure out how to extract the contents of
                             the input file(s) by itself.
                             Use <cmd> to extract binary archive files (e.g.:
                             .tar.gz, .zip, .Z).