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Sorry if this is a noob question!
I have two tables - a movie and a comment table.
I am trying to return output of the movie name and each comment for that movie as long as that movie has more than 1 comment associated to it.
Here are my tables...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:19
Something like this could work
I want the text from the li tag that is the specification of the product but when i am searching using
driver.find_element_by_css_selector it gives the error as path cannot find .So not able to get the text .
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 08:49
There are anti-scraping measures. If those do not affect you then you can use css classes to target the li elements to loop over, and the title/values for each specification:
I want to scrape the rating and all the reviews on the page .But not able to find the path ....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 04:51
Perhaps there is a problem with your path? (apologies I'm not on windows to test). From memory, Windows paths use
\ characters instead of
/. Additionally, you may need two backticks after the drive path (
I have a mobile application that allows users to enable/disable WiFi on click of a button.
However I noticed today that my app is no longer able to change the WiFi status. It was working since before few weeks. I tried to debug it but the following method always returns false....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 05:07
This API is no longer supported when targeting Android 10 or higher.
Starting with Build.VERSION_CODES#Q, applications are not allowed to enable/disable Wi-Fi. Compatibility Note: For applications targeting Build.VERSION_CODES.Q or above, this API will always fail and return false. If apps are targeting an older SDK (Build.VERSION_CODES.P or below), they can continue to use this API.
Instead, you should use the Settings.Panel API to present a system UI allowing users to enable or disable Wi-Fi.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 19:23
As per the documentation on
This method throws
ActivityNotFoundExceptionif there was no Activity found to run the given Intent.
While any of the
ActivityResultContracts (such as the
GetContent one you're using) should be available on every device, users may be running a custom build of Android that removes the apps / system utilities that handle these common intents or the user may have manually disabled the app (this is more common with things like a Browser or Camera app than this particular case).
Therefore you should consider surrounding your call to
launch() with a
catch block that catches an
ActivityNotFoundException and informs the user that their device does not support this functionality.
I'd like to create a regex that would be able to grab everything up to and after DESCRIPTION, until the next TITLE: is found....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 01:07
/(?=TITLE: )/g seems like a reasonable start. I'm not sure if the gutter of 2 characters whitespace is in your original text or not, but adding
^ to the front of the lookahead is nice to better avoid false-positives, i.e.
/(?=^ TITLE: )/mg or
/(?=^ *TITLE: )/mg.
I'm trying to do a dry-run of a small test script I've put together for
ansible but I am getting an error.
The script is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 07:24
Using the command
ansible-galaxy collection install community.general did not work for me, as it did not allow me to use the various modules.
What worked for me was to install the
ansible-collection-community-general from the official repos.
I have a category table : tbl_category as below
id is identity keyid parentid name 1 1 mobile 2 2 tablet 3 1 apple 4 1 samsung 5 3 iphone 12 6 4 Galaxy S
And I have a product table to which the latest category is attached. tbl_productions as below
pid is identity keypid parentid productname 1 5 iphone 12 mini 2 5 iphone 12 pro 3 6 galaxy S 9 4 6 galaxy S 10
Now: For example, I want to make a copy of the mobile category.
This category includes: iPhone and Samsung, each with an unspecified number of subsets.
And to make the data clear, I add the word "duplicate" at the end of their name, and finally the new data will be as follows.
New category data:id parentid name 1 0 mobile 2 0 tablet 3 1 apple 4 1 samsung 5 3 iphone 12 6 4 Galaxy S 7 0 mobile-duplicate 8 7 apple-duplicate 9 7 samsung-duplicate 10 8 iphone 12-duplicate 11 9 Galaxy S-duplicate
And new productions data:pid parentid productname 1 5 iphone 12 mini 2 5 iphone 12 pro 3 6 galaxy S 9 4 6 galaxy S 10 5 10 iphone 12 mini-duplicate 6 10 iphone 12 pro-duplicate 7 11 galaxy S 9-duplicate 8 11 galaxy S 10-duplicate
(I have an unspecified number of categories and subcategories in the category table. I want to copy that category of subcategories and products by giving an ID. For example, I give the ID 4, which is for Samsung, to the query and perform the operation)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 12:49
Following an example which might help you with the categorys table - you can modify it for the second table.
I inserted an additional row in order to check a further level of parent-child-dependency. However, the line is commented for the time being.
Furthermore I changed the parentId of mobile and tablet to 0 since your final result shows the lines accordingly.
I'm trying to implement huawei ads in my app.
I'm testing on samsung galaxy s7 with HMS Core 220.127.116.111 installed.
I've tried running sample from https://github.com/HMS-Core/hms-ads-demo-java
But I keep getting onRewardAdFailedToLoad error 3 which indicates no ads
Also in logcat I see this line:
check hms sdk available error
What should I do to resolve it?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 06:57
Error Code 3 means the ad request is successful, but the server does not return any available ad asset. Currently, Huawei Ad Kit supports Huawei devices, please use Huawei phones to test your app.
If you do not have an Huawei phone, you can use Cloud Debugging of AppGallery Connect to test it. Cloud Debugging tests your app using mainstream Huawei devices provided by Huawei. You can run your app on the latest and most popular Huawei devices to test app functions.
Please kindly refer to: https://stackoverflow.com/a/63877454/13329100
To begin with, I am very new to coding, so sorry in advance if it is not worth attention.
I work with one to many relationship. Let's say I have a Parent class and a Child class defined as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 16:57
Example: verbatim from the documentaion:
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