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kandi X-RAY | Otter Summary
Otter is a 2d game development framework developed with SFML.Net. It's primarily meant for PC, Mac, and Linux games.
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I've got a list of strings, for example:
I'm trying to find out the total number of possible combinations of these items, where item order matters, and the total string length, when all strings are concatenated with comma separators is less than a given length.
So, for max total string length 14, I would need to count combinations such as (not exhaustive list):
- Sea Otter,Lion
but it would not include combinations where the total string length is more than the 14 character limit, such as
I know for this pretty limited sample it wouldn't be that hard to manually calculate or determine with a few nested loops, but the actual use case will be a list of a couple hundred strings and a much longer character limit, meaning the number of nested iterations to write manually would be extremely confusing...
I tried to work through writing this via Python's itertools, but keep getting lost as none of the examples I'm finding come close enough to what I'm needing, especially with the limited character length (not limited number of items) and the need to allow repeated combinations in different orders.
Any help getting started would be great....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 19:33
You can use a recursive generator function:
Now I want to make a docker command run in frontend so that I could see the log output. Now I am using this command to run my docker container:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 09:21
Basically, you should get the point (based on your latest comment). Docker is based on some command, when it's done - it stops the container.
So to make it continuously running you should have command and run infinitely.
Also check this answer as well, there are more explanation Why docker exiting with code 0
One of the easiest solution is to tail some logs. Like,
Is there a way to make a parameter optional in R Markdown when using knitr? Below is a stand-alone example, my simple attempt to omit a parameter, and the error.
Example RMD file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 02:53
C value in
params works fine for me. It prints the default value (
NA) in the HTML output. I get an error because
name is not declared. Using the below works -
I have two dfs - df1 and df2 and I'm trying to merge a single column of df2 with df1 on a common column. The result of the merge keeps giving me an unexpected result. Here is df1:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 00:10
In this case it looks like you can just
I am bit confused about minio s3 gateway. Do we required aws sdk when we are running the minio server with s3 gateway? MY server started running and browsers is showing me the s3 buckets but I can't connect to the server through my node app. It is stating that port 9000 is invalid. Is that anything relevent to aws sdk or something else needs to be done here?
I have gone through the document of minio but didn't find anything for this in proper way. The docs are divided in different blocks and It doesn't stating anything like this. I've been stuck into this since 2 days. I would really grateful if someone can help me in this.
The error log as as below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-03 at 21:46
The error came from the fact that minio verifies the type of every options.
- Problem Summary
There are two .gif images in my blog post, which are breaking the responsiveness of my site, they don't seem to get resized when opened on a mobile device. Although they seem to be fine when opened from pc.
As you can see, in mobile view the two .gif images are still the same size, which breaks the responsiveness of the page. Is there a way I could solve this issue?
The syntax I've used to include the .gif in my .mdx file is-
![otter dancing with a fish](./neural_net_data_manupulation_2.gif)
- Config.js file of my site:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-15 at 15:34
The HTML on the question's page shows that the GIF images for figure 6(a) and 6(b) are not responsive.
Here is the HTML for figure 6(a):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-23 at 12:11
You were not sufficiently clear about what was the result of your approaches. Do they give execution errors or don't they bring the results you expected?
For the first problem, it seems that alive and hogwartsStudents are of boolean type, so I recommend to use true instead of "true"
I have a dataframe and I would like to find the n highest numbers in each column. There are a variety of methods to do this, but all seem to fail as a result of strings also being in the dataframe. I have tried a multitude of ways to get around this but I am always stumped by the presence of strings.
As some cells contain
% a blanket omission of all string type columns wouldn't work. However, ignoring cells containing A-Z would work.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-10 at 01:30
You can convert the string column to
float, then convert it back as
str after obtaining the n largest values:
I am trying to find the highest values of a column in my dataframe. However, as the values contain
% they are strings, not integers, which is preventing me from using nlargest. I would like to know if I can convert the strings to integers.
Here is an example of my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 16:53
Let's convert that column into floats and extract the top indexes:
I created a custom class with the following properties, methods and instances:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-06 at 20:15
You could place the
__str__ method inside the class, and make it return what you want to have printed out when you print the object.
An example would be:
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Add "using Otter;" to your Program.cs
Create a new game: var game = new Game();
Start the game: game.Start();
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