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I am trying to get the span of the city name from some addresses, however I am struggling with the required regex. Examples of the address format is below....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-14 at 20:35
You can capture these strings using
I need your help because it's the first time that I develop a Slack bot and I don't understand why this message appear:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-05 at 14:08
The documentation has this code -
App instead of
Slackbot. You can rename the local variable if you want, but the import statement requires the exact name:
I'm trying to count the number of factory operators used to manufacture parts during a shift but I am double counting them as this example illustrates:
Group A : Machines 1 and 2, employing 3 operators per shift
Group B : Machines 3 and 4, employing 2 operators per shift
Shift OutputGroup Machine Operators Item Quantity Grp A Mach 1 3 Nuts 1000 Grp A Mach 2 3 Bolts 500 Grp B Mach 3 2 Washers 2000 Grp B Mach 4 2 Springs 1500 Total 10 5000
So the total quantity of parts is correct but the total number of operators is incorrect as it should only be 5. Operators are being double-counted because they make 2 different parts.
I have tried using an implicit sum on the operators column and also a DAX sum
- Sum Operators = SUM(Production(Operators))
I have also tried with a matrix rather than a simple table but get the same result.
(There will not always be 2 items per shift. There could sometimes be 3 or 4)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 17:46
If I understand you correctly, you can
- click the down arrow on the Operators Values line.
- Select to create a new quick measure
- Average (or Min or Max since they would all be the same) by Group
Then you can delete the original Operators entry and rename this new one.
Note: I am very new with this so there may be more efficient methods to do this
I am trying to implement a task creation workflow using slack modal. The task creation workflow sometimes takes more than 3 seconds to execute and come up with the result. So, based on the documentation, I called await ack() to acknowledge at the beginning of the workflow but ack() is not sending the acknowledgement response at the beginning of the workflow. Instead, it is waiting for the workflow to complete and is then sending the acknowledgement response.
To test this, I replaced the workflow with a sleep statement and called the ack() function with an await statement before the sleep. This code fails to acknowledge within 3 seconds. So, the slack app shows an error message enter image description here...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 23:05
Do you use
processBeforeResponse: true option for running your code on FaaS? If so, this is an intentional behavior of bolt-js framework. Refer to https://github.com/slackapi/bolt-js/issues/1119 for its context.
As workarounds, I would suggest going with either of the following:
- Switch to non-FaaS runtime (=run your app in EC2 or container services)
- Run the time-consuming part separately (=enqueue tasks in SQS or invoke a new lambda function for the time-consuming part from the internet-facing function)
I have created a slack bot using Bolt, and am trying to create a home page for it. I have subscribed to the
app_home_opened event and am publishing the view and getting a successful response, however the home page just spins in slack for a few seconds before saying "This is still a work in progress". I have another slack app which works fine and I can't figure out what the difference between the two apps could be.
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 14:13
Like @sandra suggested, this was in fact due to using the wrong token. I was using an token from a different app. Everything was working, I guess it was just getting published to the wrong place.
I want to capture only the logs that hold the values of "Zero tolerance", "bolt from the blue", "A change is as good as a rest" inside. I've tried with this but it doesn't work it only captures the first one. /description=(?Zero tolerance | bolt from the blue | A change is as good as a rest)
Have in mind that the strings to check needs to be provided by me....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 21:37
It looks like you want to match anything after
description that contains one of the strings you specified. You can then use
Is it possible to connect to AuraDB with
AuraDB connection URI is like
This is not contained user/password information.
However, connection config of neomodel is bolt and it is contained user/password information.
config.DATABASE_URL = 'bolt://neo4j:password@localhost:7687'
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 16:13
Connecting to neo4j Aura uses neo4j+s protocol so you need to use the provided uri by Aura.
In example below; you can set the database url by setting the userid and password along with the uri. It works for me so it should also work for you.
I sent data to my ListView, and can print it in console. The problem is that i can't update any values with this data, so can't also update UI with it. My app should take a city name which String - put it to fetchWeather() func, download data and do all stuff, and after this start getWeather() func in in ListView and update values (city), which i use in UI.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 17:54
You have a couple of things that work against some of the principals of SwiftUI.
Most importantly, in your current code, you create a new
ListView when you've gotten the weather back when you do this:
I wanted to read the Electronics json.gzip file from the list of available Amazon datasets: http://jmcauley.ucsd.edu/data/amazon/qa/
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 14:46
The content of the archive is not JSON valid. Each row of the file looks like a Python dict. You can use this snippet:
I'm using the CIFAR-10 pre-trained VAE from lightning-bolts. It should be able to regenerate images with the quality shown on this picture taken from the docs (LHS are the real images, RHS are the generated)
However, when I write a simple script that loads the model, the weights, and tests it over the training set, I get a much worse reconstruction (top row are real images, bottom row are the generated ones):
Here is a link to a self-contained colab notebook that reproduces the steps I've followed to produce the pictures.
Am I doing something wrong on my inference process? Could it be that the weights are not as "good" as the docs claim?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 20:11
First, the image from the docs you show is for the AE, not the VAE. The results for the VAE look much worse:
Second, the docs state "Both input and generated images are normalized versions as the training was done with such images." So when you load the data you should specify normalize=True. When you plot your data, you will need to 'unnormalize' the data as well:
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