kandi X-RAY | rush Summary
kandi X-RAY | rush Summary
rush is a tool similar to GNU parallel and gargs. rush borrows some idea from them and has some unique features, e.g., supporting custom defined variables, resuming multi-line commands, more advanced embeded replacement strings. These features make rush suitable for easily and flexibly parallelizing complex workflows in fields like Bioinformatics (see examples 18).
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I have a script here that does its job for the most part. I am new to PowerShell scripting, so I am trying to get an outside view of what I should change.
The first part of the script asks the user if they would like to install the program or not....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 13:42
Is there any way to do this without a sea of if statements?
Sure - organize your applications into an ordered dictionary and loop through the entries:
This is what I am talking about. My attempt is to repush the exact same version, 0.1.12. My previous push is invalid, it broken gem what I push. I highly want to publish this version, like I already implement the sem-versioning.
the pushing process yield:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 15:13
Nope, you can not re-submit the same version number, this is made on purpose for security reasons, avoiding maintainers to upload the same version without getting noticed by the developers. So you will need to release a new version of your gem
My issue here is that my Xmobar says that it's "Updating..." when I provide the layout with a path to a C script (the executable)that I hacked together. I included Run Stdinreader and that made no dent on the issue.
I was under the impression that if a script can output to the terminal, it could to Xmobar. This C script is responsible for printing a quote to the terminal based on conditions specified. I don't need help with the script itself (although it is rushed and could be better constructed). I just want to know:
Is this an issue with an incompatibility with Xmobar and C? Or, did I forget to do something that will make the taskbar spit out the correct output?
My Xmobar Config is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-27 at 23:23
Did more research today. The problem here is that %% counts as an argument to "run" something, but above it is where it's supposed to be defined. It's not.
I just used %diskspace% for a new script that outputs my Sink volume. It would work the same with the C script.
I am using a Python POST request to geocode the addresses of my company's branches, but I'm getting wildly inaccurate results.
I looked at this answer, but the problem is that some results aren't being processed. My problem is different in that all of my results are inaccurate, even ones with
Confidence="High". And I do have an enterprise account.
Here's the documentation that shows how to create a geocode Job and upload data:
here's a basic version of my code to upload:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 15:28
I see several issues in your request data:
- The "query" value you are passing in is a combination of a point of interest name and a location. Geocoders only work with addresses. So in this case the point of interest name is being dropped and only "Los Angeles" is being used by the geocoder, thus the result.
- You are mixing two different geocode query types into a single query. Either use just "query" or just the individual address parts (AddressLine, Locality, AdminDistrict, CountryRegion, PostalCode). In this case, the "query" value is being used an everything else in being ignored, using the individual address parts will be much more accurate than your query.
- You are passing in the full address into the AddressLine field. That should only be the street address (i.e. "8830 Slauson Ave").
Here is a modified version of the request that will likely return the information you are expecting:
Quick foreword: If you are rushing new posts, please move on instead of marking this as a duplicate as I really need help. Apologies if I sound harsh but I've been through this too many times.
I am facing trouble converting the following component code into function-based code. Can anyone please help?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 15:55
My initial though is you’re expecting loadings to be an already initialized array in your return. Have you tried wrapping the JSX return with
The other thought is the
useEffect is slated to happen on initial mount and doesn’t have the context yet of loadings. Maybe changing the context to [loadings] might solve that.
EDIT: to handle conditional logic to keep this from running unless action is taken, you could do:
I'm using this piece of code to display the range price of variable product from € - €€€ to Starting From €. I'm taking the max price and divide it by 10 because my max variation is a pack of 10....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-20 at 10:26
It looks like you're using the ELEX WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing and Discounts Plugin or similar, as
eha_variable_sale_price_html is not a standard WooCommerce hook name.
In any case, you should be able to access the global
$product object, which you can query to get its id or its product categories. Based on that, you can then build your check to determine whether you need to divide the max price by 10 or not.
For example, a criteria based on the product category would look like this (you will need to adapt the
Quantity Product category name to your case):
I'm creating a school project where I need to monitor the member's availability based on their loan transactions.
Now the issue here is when a member already makes tons of transactions, my existing query displays all of the transactions which I only wanted the present status based on their latest date requested of a transaction.
I will provide a screenshot of the issue for more visualization.
This is my query as of now:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-07 at 05:32
I considered that your
loanreq_id is incremented and thus that the highest for each member always contain the highest loanreq date for that member. If not I can adapt
The trick is to determine the highest loanreq_id for each member using a MAX...GROUP BY:
I am working on assigning random priorities (i.e. high, medium, low) to a list for a ServiceDesk assignment.
Before that, I was wondering how to go about storing (and printing) an array in said priority queue. This is currently what I have.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-18 at 02:33
Sounds like you are asking for help on how to get started. You are asking for help on learning to learn. Here is how I would approach your problem:
Apparently you are supposed to use a priority queue.
- Write a tiny program that makes a priority queue and stores strings into it, then prints them out.
- Define a class and store instances of that class into the priority queue instead of strings.
- Modify the sort criteria on the priority queue and notice that the printed sequence changes according to the sort criteria.
- Write a function that creates one class instance with random values.
- Write a function that creates all 100 class instances.
- Declare victory.
I am working on a project in my computer organization class involving dynamic memory allocation and deallocation in MIPS assembly. We use the SPIM or MARS simulation environments.
As I was beginning to set up my code, I began to realize there are certain things in MIPs that I do not know how to do.
First, I understand how to allocate memory from the heap using a syscall code of 9 (sbrk). However, I do not understand how it is possible to deallocate memory back to the heap. There is one post on stack overflow of somebody asking this question years ago with no good answer. Most people say to use a negative number in the argument register, but this does not work in SPIM or MARS.
Second, I am unsure how to save dynamic variables by the user. For example, if the user requests 32 bytes from the heap, they are prompted to save a name for the variable. How do we dynamically create a new variable and assign it this new memory we have given? Essentially, I know we can create variables in the .data section of the code, but I am not sure how to do this dynamically. There isn't much good documentation I can find online and I am not comfortable with MIPS yet.
Overall, this semester has been quite a blur and we were rushed into this assignment (we have only had one MIPS assignment before this), so any help from you all is greatly appreciated. Assembly is quite a beast.
Here is the project prompt for the curious:
In this assignment, you are required to design and implement in MIPS a project for dynamic allocation and deallocation of memory on user demand. However, you can make the following simplifying assumptions:
- The memory pool is limited to 4096 bytes
- The memory pool divided into equal chunks of 32 bytes (chosen due to MIPS architecture). Thus, the 4096 bytes memory will be divided into 128 chunks.
- Despite allocation requests coming in any size, the actual allocations should be performed in integer multiples of chunks. Therefore, the byte size request will be rounded up to the closest multiple of 32.
- To succeed in this task, the code must allocate and deallocate memory upon request. If some of the requests cannot be handled, exception handling must activate to resolve the issue.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-09 at 20:44
However, I do not understand how it is possible to deallocate memory back to the heap.
MARS/SPIM do not allow for returning memory back to the heap, AFAIK. Even if they did allow the negative value sbrk like unix does, that only supports returning the most recently allocated (by sbrk) item — and this is different from client expectations that any heap item can be freed.
So, the only thing you can do is provide an intermediate allocator, that keeps track of free'd space, and prefers freed space (e.g. over increasing the heap space with sbrk) for new allocations when possible.
Second, I am unsure how to save dynamic variables by the user.
This is program responsibility — and by that I mean the test program or user program, not the library that implements malloc and free. I presume there will be some test program. That program will invoke your malloc & free implementations and probably will only pass the test by allocating & freeing lots of memory, but staying within the 4k limit of maximum memory.
To succeed in this task, the code must allocate and deallocate memory upon request. If some of the requests cannot be handled, exception handling must activate to resolve the issue.
I have trouble imagining what this means. Obviously, we can terminate the program when a request for memory is made that cannot be satisfied (i.e. out of memory), but this text suggests that exception handling of some sort can resolve the issue.
sorry for the bad title as i am currently rushing since this is a assignment provided to me. I am making a Program that can extract cookies say if you forgot a login etc, but i have a string at the beginning of my code ' URL = 'https://google.com' and that gives me my cookies from google! But i don't want to manually edit the code and put in a site every time i wanna check my cookies....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 22:48
so this is one way to do this (still have to write out those urls):
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For Linux-like systems If you have root privilege simply copy it to /usr/local/bin: sudo cp rush /usr/local/bin/ Or copy to anywhere in the environment variable PATH: mkdir -p $HOME/bin/; cp rush $HOME/bin/
For windows, just copy rush.exe to C:\WINDOWS\system32.
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