kandi X-RAY | hx Summary
kandi X-RAY | hx Summary
A hex editor using plain C + POSIX libs. The project's code is somewhat influenced by the kilo project.
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I tried to compile the source code but there is no .exe https://i.stack.imgur.com/CY4jQ.png
I followed the instructions that is from github https://github.com/ninjamuffin99/Funkin and still it don't fixed it. When I tried to compile the source code in cmd after I typed in
lime test windows -debug it shows this
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-22 at 15:41
Googling "Could not automatically setup MSVC" the most common error seems to be failing to restart your PC after installing VS.
I've found that VS has a separate shortcut for "Visual Studio Command Prompt", are you using that rather than a generic command window?
I would like to do something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 21:32
I think you could do it using
is prop :
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-14 at 09:59
You've sent your id in url query params as
?id=1 not in request body. Query params can be accessed from
I use my custom dataset class to convert audio files to mel-Spectrogram images. the shape will be padded to (128,1024). I have 10 classes. after a while of training in the first epoch, my network will be crashed inside the hidden layer in GRU shapes due to this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 02:58
Errors like this are usually due to your data changing in some unexpected way, as the model is fixed and (as you said) working until a point. I think your error comes from this line in your model.forward() call:
The script below takes one string input as a polyline and returns a data frame with the corresponding latitude/longitude pairs.
I would like to input to be a data set as follows:ActivityID Polyline 1 PolyLineValue1 2 PolyLineValue2 3 PolyLineValue2
and the output to be (keeping the ActivityID)ActivityID latitude longitude 1 123 123 1 123 123 1 123 123 2 123 123 2 123 123 2 123 123 3 123 123 3 123 123 3 123 123
I was thinking along the lines of iterating over the input dataset to do this but I've read here that's not a great idea performance wise.
Please can someone advice how to do this in Python?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-10 at 12:23
First, we wrap your code into a function:
I have some problem during running the code below and it give me the error Index exceeds array dimensions. Index value 3 exceeds valid range [1-2] for array 'a'. Error in 'TEST/TEST' (line 18) if a(i)> 0 This code is the code for computing the parameter k for the scalar reference governor. and Hx and Hv are the maximal admissible output sets(MAS) with the matrices A,B,C,D hope can get some help to fix this code from your all....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 07:45
Well this depends mainly on the size your inputs v_previous and r (As The error specifies the range "1-2" i guess, "r" and "v_previous" are scalar values).
The error occurs, because you want to iterate through 100 elements of "a", but as
Hx=(C*A); only creates a 1x2 Matrix,
a = Hx*(r-v_previous); will result in a Matrix "a" with fewer than 100 entries (Exactly two entries if only multiplied with a scalar value). And this must lead to the "Out of range - Error".
To get rid of the error, simply use
I've been having issues with the HaxeFlixel VSCode setup. I couldn't make the HashLink/Debug menu appear on VSCode, and I also couldn't do step 4 because when I put this command in my terminal:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-09 at 19:57
I fixed it by re-installing and re-doing the whole process. I'm not sure what the issue was but it's fixed now :).
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-14 at 13:07
You are on the right track, the way to handle this is to hook into the
If you wanted to do this with hyperscript, you could add the following code to your body tag (or any enclosing element of the element issuing the request):
My problem is that haxe doesn't want to compile a following snippet to lua target. It complains about:
Main.hx:7: characters 11-17 : String should be Int
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-08 at 04:41
This seems to be a limitation of Haxe and how the external library is defined as an
extern instead of wrapped in an abstract. In std/lua/Table.hx,
Table is defined as implementing
ArrayAccess. This tells Haxe that the type supports indexing into it with integers and that the element type is
B. There is no way for it to indicate that the allowed indexer type is
ArrayAccess’s documentation states:
This interface should be used for externs only. Haxe does not support custom array access on classes. However, array access can be implemented for abstract types.
Instead of defining
lua.Table as a simple
extern in this way, you might be able to define a wrapper around it as an abstract. That would let you specify an array setter/getter appropriately. An example of doing this is below.:
Sorry in advance I am a beginner in VBA maybe i am a bit confuse in my question.
Here is my function declaration :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-16 at 15:10
I want to get the Range between those two dates it might be something like (C4:F4) and transform that range in (C7:F7)
Try this - A couple of observations: 1) date is too big for an
integer so that should be a
long 2), you can use the vba
find but its quite clunky to use that: I would call the
match worksheet function
LineWhereToApplyFunc are aligned so that the offset into the first range gets you to the right point of the second
not sure what happens in edge cases where dates cant be found so for illustration i assume that you want that to default to end values
Also this should probably be a sub rather than a function?
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