kandi X-RAY | cobra Summary
kandi X-RAY | cobra Summary
Cobra is a library providing a simple interface to create powerful modern CLI interfaces similar to git & go tools. Cobra is also an application that will generate your application scaffolding to rapidly develop a Cobra-based application.
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I have made a list of buttons yesterday, and i wanted to step it up a little by adding a hyperlink for each item in the list. However, pressing each button results in nothing at all (In fact, I believe a 'None' was resulted from this). All the YouTube links were made into an array, and for each item, i have tried to assign a hyperlink.
Here is the code for this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 14:53
I made the following modifications to your code:
callbackand used lambda to open the corresponding YouTube video.
- Used zip to pair-wise extract the exercise name and the video link.
If you want to know why I wrote
lambda x=link: webbrowser.open_new(x) and not
lambda : webbrowser.open_new(link) refer to this question.
I'm a student coder. I would like to create a list of buttons. However there are too many buttons to fit onto a single screen. I have tried to incorporate a scrollbar, however the buttons do not go inside the textbox, even after setting the window to 'text'.
Here's what ive tried:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 15:28
First you need to use
my_text1 as the parent of those buttons if you want to put them into
Second you need to use
my_text1.window_create(...) instead of
.pack() to put those button into
yscrollcommand = text_scroll should be
yscrollcommand = text_scroll.set instead.
I am trying to see how spoken-word and read-word frequency correlate with performance on a word game. here is my reproducible sample:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 22:28
Perhaps something like this?
I am trying to see how word frequency correlates with phonotactic probability using R, but there are a few issues. First, and most generally, I don't know merge these two graphs together (i want them to appear on the same axis).
This leads to a second problem because the first graph's y values are in probabilities, and the second is a count, so the scales are not the same. Should I combine data frames first, or is there a simpler way to merge two graphs?
Here is the reproducible sample, and the code for my graphs:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 20:44
One way could be to use a second y axis. Although this method is to be used critically, in this situation I think it is appropriate:
Im trying to install Bitnami Mongodb. When i run the ci/cd pipeline i get the following error:
Error: found in Chart.yaml, but missing in charts/ directory: common
this is what my gitlab-ci.yaml file looks like(package build part):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 14:57
Resolved: Replaced Original chart version: "1.0.0" with package version (to be the same)
install.go:173: [debug] Original chart version: "11.0.6" install.go:190: [debug] CHART PATH: /root/.cache/helm/repository/mongodb-11.0.6.tgz
I am working on a new Golang Cobra CLI, which handles several commands. I later on found out that there is already an existing Golang Cobra CLI that handles some commands that I will be covering in the new CLI, but not all. In other words, my new CLI cover all commands of the existing CLI with some extra commands.
Is it possible for us to link the existing CLI into the new CLI?
Note: I am not sure whether "link" is the best word to describe what I am interested to do. In case this is already answered before on SA, feel free to mark this as duplicate....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 14:31
I think your best bet is to fork the other repo with fewer commands, then edit it to add your commands. Assuming that both repos are open source.
If your code is closed-source then you can bring in their repo as a dependency.
For example, I just need to edit the config file like the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 10:08
I wonder do we have cobra in shell?
I found 1,
This is the link: https://taskfile.dev/#/
Below is the example:
This is a pandas question.
Try to copy this in Jupyter Notebook:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 07:13
I think your code generate expected error:
I have an arrayList<> of strings and I added 10 strings to it....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 05:27
I'll recommend you to directly use the value of position for targetValue, inside onBindViewHolder while setting the value of text.
I have a dataclass:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 20:13
there's a lot of weird things happening in your model class :
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