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A fast, feature rich artscene parser

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            A fast, feature rich artscene parser

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            Building,Building the Python extension
            Cdot img1Lines of Code : 3dot img1License : Non-SPDX (NOASSERTION)
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            $ sudo apt-get install python-dev
            $ sudo yum install python-devel
            $ scons --with-python
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            $ scons --help
            $ scons
            $ scons -c
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            $ piece -o docs/font/cp437_8x16.png docs/font/test.ans
            $ piece -f amiga -o docs/font/topaz_a1200.png docs/font/test.ans
            I don't understand how the second bracket works
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            y = np.array([1,2,1,3])
            array([True, False, True, False])
            x = np.array([[1,2],[3,4],[5,6],[7,8]])
                array([[1, 2],
                       [3, 4],
                       [5, 6],
                       [7, 8]])
            I don't understand how the second bracket works
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            >>> a = ['this string is at index 0', 'this string is at index 1']
            >>> a[True]
            'this string is at index 1'
            >>> a[False]
            'this string is at index 0'
            >>> a[1 + 2 == 3]  # true
            'this string is at index 1'
            Is it possible to breakdown a numpy array to run through 1 different value in every iteration?
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            df['Diameter(km)'] = df['Radius(km)']*2
               Number ObjectName  DistanceFromEarth(km)  Radius(km)  Mass(10^24kg)  Diameter(km)
            0       0      Earth                    0.0      6378.1        5.97240       12
            Select radio item in edit view Django Template
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            gradings = list(map(str, range(1, 6)))
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            order_mapping = {'Buy': 1, 'Sell': -1}
            type_mapping = {'Add': 1, 'Remove': -1}
            df = (df.join(df[['Price','Quantity']]
                         .mul(df['Order'].map(order_mapping) * df['Type'].map(type_mapping), axis=0)
            How to strip part of a string in dictionary key
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            d = {'Country - USA': 'Approved', 'Country - Italy': 'Approved'}
            new = {key.split()[-1]:value for key, value in d.items()}
            {'USA': 'Approved', 'Italy': 'Approved'}
            Pycharm Window Not Displaying Correctly
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            def main():
                screen = p.display.set_mode((WIDTH, HEIGHT))
                clock = p.time.Clock()
                gs = engine.State()
                running = True
                while running:
                    for e in p.event.

            Community Discussions


            How to use select() to set a timer for sockets?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 21:17

            I'm currently using Winsock2 to be able to test a connection to multiple local telnet servers, but if the server connection fails, the default Winsock client takes forever to timeout.

            I've seen from other posts that select() can set a timeout for the connection part, and that setsockopt() with timeval can timeout the receiving portion of the code, but I have no idea how to implement either. Pieces of code that I've copy/pasted from other answers always seem to fail for me.

            How would I use both of these functions in the default client code? Or, if it isn't possible to use those functions in the default client code, can someone give me some pointers on how to use those functions correctly?



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:17

            select() can set a timeout for the connection part.

            Yes, but only if you put the socket into non-blocking mode before calling connect(), so that connect() exits immediately and then the code can use select() to wait for the socket to report when the connect operation has finished. But the code shown is not doing that.

            setsockopt() with timeval can timeout the receiving portion of the code

            Yes, though select() can also be used to timeout a read operation, as well. Simply call select() first, and then call recv() only if select() reports that the socket is readable (has pending data to read).

            Try something like this:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67990097


            How could I mock a connection in apollo with graphQL to test in jest?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 20:47

            I'm trying to somehow test a hooked file that uses an Apollo client connection entry and GraphQL:

            See the error:



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:47

            I finally found the solution to the problem:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67944184


            Managing nested Firebase realtime DB queries with await/async
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 19:34

            I'm writing a Firebase function (Gist) which

            1. Queries a realtime database ref (events) in the following fashion:

              await admin.database().ref('/events_geo').once('value').then(snapshots => {

            2. Iterates through all the events

              snapshots.forEach(snapshot => {

            3. Events are filtered by a criteria for further processing

            4. Several queries are fired off towards realtime DB to get details related to the event

              await database().ref("/ratings").orderByChild('fk_event').equalTo(snapshot.key).once('value').then(snapshots => {

            5. Data is prepared for SendGrid and the processing is finished

            All of the data processing works perfectly fine but I can't get the outer await (point 1 in my list) to wait for the inner awaits (queries towards realtime DB) and thus when SendGrid should be called the data is empty. The data arrives a little while later. Example output from Firebase function logs can be seen below:

            10:54:12.642 AM Function execution started

            10:54:13.945 AM There are no emails to be sent in afterEventHostMailGoodRating

            10:54:14.048 AM There are no emails to be sent in afterEventHostMailBadRating

            10:54:14.052 AM Function execution took 1412 ms, finished with status: 'ok'

            10:54:14.148 AM

            Super hyggelig aften :)

            super oplevelse, ... long string generated

            Gist showing the function in question

            I'm probably mixing up my async/awaits because of the awaits inside the await. But I don't see how else the code could be written without splitting it out into many atomic pieces but that would still require stitching a bunch of awaits together and make it harder to read.

            So, two questions in total. Can this code work and what would be the ideal way to handle this pattern of making further processing on top of data fetched from Realtime DB?

            Best regards, Simon



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 11:20

            Your problem is that you use async in a foreEach loop here:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67984092


            AWS DynamoDB Partition Key Design
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 18:09

            I read this answer, which clarified a lot of things, but I'm still confused about how I should go about designing my primary key.

            First off I want to clarify the idea of WCUs. I get that WCU is the write capacity of max 1kb per second. Does it mean that if writing a piece of data takes 0.25 seconds, I would need 4 of those to be billed 1 WCU? Or each time I write something it consumes 1 WCU, but I could also write X times within 1 second and still be billed 1 WCU?


            I want to create a table that stores the form data for a set of gyms (95% will be waivers, the rest will be incidents reports). Most of the time, each forms will be accessed directly via its unique ID. I also want to query the forms by date, form, userId, etc..

            We can assume an average of 50k forms per gym


            • First option is straight forward: having the formId be the partition key. What I don't like about this option is that scan operations will always filter out 90% of the data (i.e. the forms from other gyms), which isn't good for RCUs.

            • Second option is that I would make the gymId the partition key, and add a sort key for the date, formId, userId. To implement this option I would need to know more about the implications of having 50k records on one partition key.

            • Third option is to have one table per gyms and have the formId as partition key. This seems to be like the best option for now, but I don't really like the idea of having a a large number of tables doing the same thing in my account.

            Is there another option? Which one of the three is better?

            Edit: I'm assuming another option would be SimpleDB?



            Answered 2021-May-21 at 20:26

            For your PK design. What data does the app have when a user is going to look for a form? Does it have the GymID, userID, and formID? If so, make a compound key out of that for the PK perhaps? So your PK might look like:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67628589


            Configure Jetty to run a custom filter before filters in war file's web.xml run
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 17:41

            I have a third party .war file that I run on a Jetty server. I need to run code for logging purposes before the filters defined in the .war file's deployment descriptor run. The code needs to have access to the incoming request and the response object and to the context of the logger that runs for the app in the war.

            Is there a way to do this in Jetty's xml configuration file? I don't want to touch the war file due to concerns about license.

            I could override the deployment descriptor which would allow me to add custom filters but I believe these would then run after the filters in the war. I could also use a request customizer but that doesn't give me access to the response which I also need to edit.

            I tried adding a handler to a HandlerCollection before the handler with the org.eclipse.jetty.webapp.WebAppContext that runs the war but it doesn't seem that I have access to the web app's logger's context...

            Is there any way to do this? So before the web app's servlet executes run a piece of code that can access the incoming request and the response and the web app's context?



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:41

            Option 1:

            To access the raw Request and Response at the various stages of their lifecycles, use the HttpChannel.Listener (make sure you read the javadoc/apidoc to understand what each event means).

            Option 2:

            To add a handler in the WebAppContext, before the Session/Security handling, but after other handlers, use WebAppContext.insertHandler(HandlerWrapper).

            Option 3:

            Create a web-fragment servlet jar that represents your servlet Filter, and add it to the WebAppContext.setExtraClassPath(String), which will be picked up and added to the actual webapp's startup.

            Option 4:

            Create a custom RequestLog implementation (that you add to Server.setRequestLog(RequestLog) that is notified once the request AND response are complete, so you can log the state of the request/log to whatever source you want.

            Option 5:

            Use one of the existing RequestLog implementations to log the details you desire to the console in the format you desire. (Look at the combination of CustomRequestLog and Slf4jRequestLogWriter)

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67990751


            Why comparing a small floating-point number with zero yields random result?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:13

            I am aware that floating-point numbers are tricky. But today I encountered a case that I cannot explain (and cannot reproduce using a standalone C++ code).

            The code within a large project looks like this:



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:57

            Barring the undefined behavior which can be easily be fixed, you're seeing the effect of denormal numbers. They're extremely slow (see Why does changing 0.1f to 0 slow down performance by 10x?) so in modern FPUs there are usually denormals-are-zero (DAZ) and flush-to-zero (FTZ) flags to control the denormal behavior. When DAZ is set the denormals will compare equal to zero which is what you observed

            Currently you'll need platform-specific code to disable it. Here's how it's done in x86:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67982764


            How can I use paste0() to access a column from a reactive expression that returns a data frame in r?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:12

            I have the following piece of code in a shiny app. My goal is to generate the choices for the "cutFamily2" selectInput widget based on what the user chose for the "machine2" selectInput.

            If I use corte2() instead of eval(paste0("corte",2)) on the observerEvent the app runs properly. The problem is that I want to use the paste0() because the integer "2" in eval(paste0("corte",2)) will be an argument of a function (function(data,n)) so I can easily generate corte1, corte2 and so on.

            When I run it using eval(paste0("corte",2)) I am getting the "error in $: $ operator is invalid for atomic vectors" and the app won't even run. I tried to use enframe() to convert it to a tibble, then the app runs, but I get a "Unknown or uninitialised column: CutFamily" error and the SelectInput choices will be empty. I also tried [[ instead, but nothing.

            Any ideas on how to solve the problem?



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:12

            You can try this code -

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67978600


            how to use joins only if condition is met
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:12

            I would like to make a joins query but only if a condition is met.

            In previous version of rails when find was used, I would be able to use:



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:09

            you can create a scope that will check the condition before joins

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67986844


            Split Function - divide cell by string
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:00

            I am trying to divide merged information from one cell into separate cells.

            one cell:

            amount:2 price:253,18 price2:59,24 EU status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA min:1 opt:3 category: PNE code z:195750

            divided data: (I want to export each part into another cell)

            amount:2 price:253,18 price2:59,24 EU status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA min:1 opt:3 category: PNE code z:195750

            I can't simply divide by finding empty space, status cell which is case-sensitive | status:WBB NAS MRR OWA PXA| has a different data range with spaces that can't be divided.

            Split ( expression [,delimiter] [,limit] [,compare] )



            Answered 2021-May-24 at 11:44

            As the order is the same one way is to simply search for adjacent key names & parse out whats in-between:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67670930


            ProcessPoolExecutor Error, Int is not iterable/subscriptable
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 13:46

            I am trying to learn how python handles multiprocessing and have followed a youtube tutorial for some basic code but I am now trying to implement a ProcessPoolExecuter myself.

            I have the following code which is causing the problem:



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:46

            The actual value being passed as the second argument games to getRecentWinners is listOfGames, which as a values of [1, 2, 3 ... 21]. But the first line of getRecentWinners is:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67983221

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