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kandi X-RAY | frp Summary
frp is a fast reverse proxy to help you expose a local server behind a NAT or firewall to the Internet. As of now, it supports TCP and UDP, as well as HTTP and HTTPS protocols, where requests can be forwarded to internal services by domain name. frp also has a P2P connect mode.
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I see lots of examples of ST monad in the context of
do notation; however since that's not suitable to my purpose, I try to use ST monad for instance
modifySTRef outside of
The type is automatically added by HLS of VSCode....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-12 at 11:16
The problem here is that
modifySTRef takes an
STRef s a, not a
ST s (STRef s a).
ST was designed to utilize monad properties to secure mutable operations from being abused, so all modifications can happen only in an
ST context. Therefore, you need to use the powers of the context to extract the pure
Normally you would
do it like this:
I have several farmers and I would like to conduct optimization (profit maximization) for each of them in GAMS. I can do this for a single farmer, so my problem is how to iteratively make it works for multiple farmers.
I recorded the data in 3 different
.csv files as follows (see code):
- 1 file that states how much resource the farmer allocates on his farm (
resource_allocation.csvfor a single farmer and
resource_allocations.csvfor multiple farmers)
- 1 file that states how much resource the farmer has at his disposal (
resource_endowment.csvfor a single farmer and
resource_endowments.csvfor multiple farmers)
- 1 file that states how much gross margin the farmer get (
activity_gross_margin.csvfor a single farmer and
activity_gross_margins.csvfor multiple farmers)
The following code does what I want for the single farmer case....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-27 at 11:49
There is not really a one single general problem you have in the code you tried, but you mixed up the names of different symbols and also names of GDX files with names of symbols loaded from those files. However, it was pretty straight forward to go through your errors as pointed out by GAMS one by one to resolve them all. This is the new loop (I kept your code as comment and the fixed one just below):
I need to export a table I made in r from binding different values enter image description here
I've tried with
library(gridExtra) but it's not working (perhaphs I'm using it wrong)
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-26 at 00:54
With using gridExtra package, you may consider following code below
I'm trying to write a simple command line based reflex game which will prompt the user to hit enter after a random amount of time and then output the reaction time. I'm using reactimate based on this example: https://wiki.haskell.org/Yampa/reactimate My code works perfectly fine in the way I intend it to:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-30 at 14:04
Here's a program that seems to do what you want:
I'm trying to write a simple FRP sample with Yampa that instead of waiting for 2 seconds (like here: https://wiki.haskell.org/Yampa/reactimate) will wait for a random amount of time within some bounds. I have tried multiple different approaches to somehow get the randomRIO function into the signal function but can't realy grasp what I am supposed to do. My intention is to replace the twoSecondsPassed function somewhat like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-29 at 00:23
The type of
randomRIO (0,10) is (specialized as you're using it)
IO Double, but the type of
2, which you're replacing, is simply
Double. Furthermore, you can't do
IO actions from within a yampa
What you'll need to do is generate your number (or perhaps generate a generator for your number) outside of the
SF and pass it in as an argument. For instance, you can write:
I'm trying to plot how many records there were for each month in a chunk of data, and the data consists of records across 19 years. The data consists of ~97000 entries and looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 06:30
So now in the app i'm currently developing I decided to refactor it by moving to the MVVM design pattern. And here it is where I got to know the famous "Observables".
I managed to understand how they work and the importance of their existence when using MVVM, I've read a couple of explanations on the different techniques for the implementation. By techniques I mean:
- Observables (the one I'm currently using)
- Event Bus / Notification Center
- FRP Techinque (ReactiveCocoa / RxSwift)
I've declared my Bindable class like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-22 at 00:33
Observable is used to communicate changes from the view model to the view. There is no need for your view model to use the Observable pattern in order to respond to the updates in your text fields. You can provide a simple function
setCredentials(email: String, password: String). In this function you can check if those values are empty and set
var loginEnabled: Bindable. Your view observes the
loginEnabled and sets the login button state accordingly.
I have a problem with a website I'm trying to make. The problem is, that no matter what I do, I just can't get any scrollbar to get working. The Website is reachable via https://scania01.de/frp/html_twitter/. Is anyone out there who could figure out what's the problem here?
I've already tried to add overflow: auto;, overflow: visible; and overflow: scroll; to the body and to the div.
Hopefully someone can help me!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-20 at 21:35
Change or remove the "position: fixed;" property of the .divhome_divtweets class you have in your inline styles. That should bring back the scroll bar.
After going through your code I have some feedback on your CSS:
- Don't add classes to your html tag as this is not allowed
- Also you can't add id's or classes to the head had or any of the tags nested within.
- Avoid styling using html tags such as; div, body, p, span etc.
- You have overridden and/or added styling for elements (eg. body) in multiple locations. This makes it hard to read and debug your code. If you're going to add style to a body or div element for example, then do so in a single CSS file and ovoid overriding it anywhere else.
- Remove redundant and unused CSS
- Move your inline CSS into a CSS file
- I'd also recommend moving the scripts into their own files
- Make use of flexbox and/or CSS grid for positioning your elements
The below snippet is an example of what I mean. I removed all the styles you had in the head tag and moved them into your site_global.css. I also removed the the inline style you had in the text field that is at the top of your page. I added a width=100% for that in the CSS file using the #input_tweet id. I also modified your CSS a bit, as well as removing a lot of it. I kept just enough to maintain the style of your existing page.
The behavior of -v seems to be lazy, which leading to a
no such file or directory
The following is what I have done.
Build image from a go project named frp, here is my Dockerfile...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-29 at 18:46
CMD has two flavors. It can be written like a shell command without square brackets in which case Docker will perform word splitting, like so:
I'm used to search and install packages with apt, under Debian-based distributions, and one useful feature of it is that you can search in the description of packages as well, so you don't need to know the exact name of a package to find it. It can be used in a exploratory way. For example, say I'm searching for packages related to functional programming, but haven't a specific one in mind. I could do just this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-15 at 23:53
No, it is not possible to search package descriptions with
conda search. The query results of
conda search, including those with the
--info|-i flag, do not include package description info.
There is limited functionality for retrieving package summaries from Anaconda Cloud. This is provided by the
anaconda show command in the package
anaconda-client and only provides exact matching (channel and package). For example,
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