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nsd is a Java library typically used in Networking applications. nsd has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has high support. You can download it from GitHub.
##Network Service Discovery API implementation. This is an implementation of the Network Service Discovery API [http://www.w3.org/TR/discovery-api/] on top of UPnP and Bonjour as a Java proxy for any modern browser, coupled with a JS library. The JS library handles the connection with the Java proxy through WebSocket and JSON messages. This has been tested on PCs and Macs, with recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera. It also works on Windows 7/IE10. Linux should not be a problem, but was not tested. The project structure is compatible with Maven, and a pom.xml is provided.
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  • It has 3267 lines of code, 229 functions and 74 files.
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  • Sends a message .
    • call a synchronous action
      • Executes an action .
        • Send the event to an event
          • Initialize agent setup .
            • The main loop .
              • Dispatches an Atom connection .
                • Configure logger .
                  • Send new services to a connection .
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                      nsd Key Features

                      Network Service Discovery API implementation

                      nsd Examples and Code Snippets

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                      Quick start

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                      java -jar nsd-websocket-jar-with-dependencies.jar
                      

                      More information

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                      http://jcdufourd.wp.mines-telecom.fr/2013/05/15/network-service-discovery-api/
                      http://jcdufourd.wp.mines-telecom.fr/2013/06/05/new-version-of-nsd-api-implementation/
                      

                      Multiple nsDialogs image-icons in one custom NSIS page

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                      RequestExecutionLevel User
                      
                      
                      !include nsDialogs.nsh
                      
                      Page Custom FirstCreate
                      
                      Function .onGUIInit
                          InitPluginsDir
                          File /oname=$PLUGINSDIR\1.ico "${NSISDIR}\Contrib\Graphics\Icons\llama-blue.ico"
                          File /oname=$PLUGINSDIR\2.ico "${NSISDIR}\Contrib\Graphics\Icons\llama-grey.ico"
                          File /oname=$PLUGINSDIR\3.ico "${NSISDIR}\Contrib\Graphics\Icons\nsis1-install.ico"
                          File /oname=$PLUGINSDIR\4.ico "${NSISDIR}\Contrib\Graphics\Icons\nsis1-uninstall.ico"
                      
                      FunctionEnd
                      
                      Function FirstCreate
                      
                          nsDialogs::Create 1018
                          Pop $0
                          
                          ${NSD_CreateIcon} 8u 12u 32 32 ""
                          Pop $1
                          ${NSD_SetIcon} $1 "$PLUGINSDIR\1.ico" $R1
                          
                          ${NSD_CreateIcon} 8u 47u 32 32 ""
                          Pop $2
                          ${NSD_SetIcon} $2 "$PLUGINSDIR\2.ico" $R2
                          
                          ${NSD_CreateIcon} 8u 60u 32 32 ""
                          Pop $3
                          ${NSD_SetIcon} $3 "$PLUGINSDIR\3.ico" $R3
                              
                          ${NSD_CreateIcon} 8u 84u 32 32 ""
                          Pop $4
                          ${NSD_SetIcon} $4 "$PLUGINSDIR\4.ico" $R4
                          
                          nsDialogs::Show
                          ${NSD_FreeIcon} $R1
                          ${NSD_FreeIcon} $R2
                          ${NSD_FreeIcon} $R3
                          ${NSD_FreeIcon} $R4
                          
                      FunctionEnd
                      
                      
                      Section
                      SectionEnd
                      

                      Re-arranging the x-axis to show Julian Dates (e.g., 0-365) once for multi-year data

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                      df$t3 <- as.numeric(format(df$t2, "%j"))
                      
                      ggplot(df, aes(x = t3, y = NSD)) +
                        ...
                        scale_x_continuous(breaks = scales::breaks_width(10)) +
                        ...
                      
                      df$t3 <- as.numeric(format(df$t2, "%j"))
                      
                      ggplot(df, aes(x = t3, y = NSD)) +
                        ...
                        scale_x_continuous(breaks = scales::breaks_width(10)) +
                        ...
                      

                      Remove Default Background Color and Make Title in Plot Zone

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                      set.seed(799837)
                      ts <- arima.sim(n = 10, model = list(ar = 0.95, order = c(1, 0, 0)), sd = 10)    
                      
                      gplot <- ggplot(NULL, aes(y = ts, x = seq_along(ts))) + 
                            geom_line(color = "#F2AA4CFF") + 
                            geom_point(color = "#101820FF") + 
                            annotate("text", x = mean(seq_along(ts)), y = max(ts) * 1.1, label = "(a)")+
                            annotate("text", x = min(seq_along(ts)), y = max(ts) * 1.1, label = 'paste(~phi~"=.8")', parse = TRUE )+ 
                            annotate("text", x= max(seq_along(ts)), y = ts[[max(seq_along(ts))]] * 1.1, label = "sd=1") +
                            xlab('Time') + 
                            ylab('Series') + 
                            theme(axis.text = element_text(size = 10, angle = 0, vjust = 0.0, hjust = 0.0), 
                                  axis.title = element_text(size = 10), 
                                  axis.title.x = element_text(angle = 0, hjust = 0.5, vjust = 0.5, size = 10), 
                                  axis.title.y = element_text(angle = 90, hjust = 0.5, vjust = 0.5, size = 14), 
                                  plot.title = element_text(size = 14, margin = margin(t = 25, b = -20, l = 0, r = 0)),
                                  panel.background = element_blank()) + 
                            scale_x_continuous(breaks = seq(1,10,2)) +
                            scale_y_continuous(expand = c(0.0, 0.00))
                      

                      How to modify the value of nrank when plotting the envelope for an mppm object in spatstat?

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                      Epool <- pool(EE, savefuns=TRUE)
                      Epool2 <- envelope(Epool, nrank=2)
                      

                      Python - Acquiring variables with vbscript

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                      [section]
                      key_a = value_a
                      key_b = value_b
                      
                      Sub OutputSection(name)
                          WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(vbNewLine & "[" & name & "]")
                      End Sub
                      
                      Sub OutputVariable(name, value)
                          Dim i
                          If IsArray(value) Then
                              If UBound(value) = -1 Then
                                  WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & ". = ")    ' to signify empty array
                              Else
                                  For i = 0 To UBound(value) - 1
                                      OutputVariable(name & "." & i, value(i))
                                  Next
                              End If
                          Else
                              WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & " = " & value)
                          End IF
                      End Sub
                      
                      [main]
                      key = value
                      
                      [some_array]
                      array.0 = value0
                      array.1 = value1
                      array.2 = value2
                      
                      [section]
                      key_a = value_a
                      key_b = value_b
                      
                      Sub OutputSection(name)
                          WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(vbNewLine & "[" & name & "]")
                      End Sub
                      
                      Sub OutputVariable(name, value)
                          Dim i
                          If IsArray(value) Then
                              If UBound(value) = -1 Then
                                  WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & ". = ")    ' to signify empty array
                              Else
                                  For i = 0 To UBound(value) - 1
                                      OutputVariable(name & "." & i, value(i))
                                  Next
                              End If
                          Else
                              WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & " = " & value)
                          End IF
                      End Sub
                      
                      [main]
                      key = value
                      
                      [some_array]
                      array.0 = value0
                      array.1 = value1
                      array.2 = value2
                      
                      [section]
                      key_a = value_a
                      key_b = value_b
                      
                      Sub OutputSection(name)
                          WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(vbNewLine & "[" & name & "]")
                      End Sub
                      
                      Sub OutputVariable(name, value)
                          Dim i
                          If IsArray(value) Then
                              If UBound(value) = -1 Then
                                  WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & ". = ")    ' to signify empty array
                              Else
                                  For i = 0 To UBound(value) - 1
                                      OutputVariable(name & "." & i, value(i))
                                  Next
                              End If
                          Else
                              WScript.StdOut.WriteLine(name & " = " & value)
                          End IF
                      End Sub
                      
                      [main]
                      key = value
                      
                      [some_array]
                      array.0 = value0
                      array.1 = value1
                      array.2 = value2
                      

                      useState Array. ERROR Error: Too many re-renders. React limits the number of renders to prevent an infinite loop

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                      setCurrencies([...currencies, 'NSD', 'PLN']);
                      

                      NSD discovering services android

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                      public void initializeDiscoveryListener() {
                      
                               // Instantiate a new DiscoveryListener
                      
                                 discoveryListener = new NsdManager.DiscoveryListener() {
                      
                                   // Called as soon as service discovery begins.
                                   @Override
                                   public void onDiscoveryStarted(String regType) {
                                       Log.d(TAG, "Service discovery started");
                                   }
                      
                                   @Override
                                   public void onServiceFound(NsdServiceInfo service) {
                                       // A service was found! Do something with it.
                                       Log.d(TAG, "Service discovery success" + service);
                                       if (!service.getServiceType().equals(SERVICE_TYPE)) {
                                           // Service type is the string containing the protocol and
                                           // transport layer for this service.
                                           Log.d(TAG, "Unknown Service Type: " + service.getServiceType());
                                       } else if (service.getServiceName().equals(serviceName)) {
                                           // The name of the service tells the user what they'd be
                                           // connecting to. It could be "Bob's Chat App".
                                           Log.d(TAG, "Same machine: " + serviceName);
                                       } else if (service.getServiceName().contains("NsdChat")){
                                          // nsdManager.resolveService(service, resolveListener);
                                       }
                                   }
                      
                                   @Override
                                   public void onServiceLost(NsdServiceInfo service) {
                                       // When the network service is no longer available.
                                       // Internal bookkeeping code goes here.
                                       Log.e(TAG, "service lost: " + service);
                                   }
                      
                                   @Override
                                   public void onDiscoveryStopped(String serviceType) {
                                       Log.i(TAG, "Discovery stopped: " + serviceType);
                                   }
                      
                                   @Override
                                   public void onStartDiscoveryFailed(String serviceType, int errorCode) {
                                       Log.e(TAG, "Discovery failed: Error code:" + errorCode);
                                       nsdManager.stopServiceDiscovery(this);
                                   }
                      
                                   @Override
                                   public void onStopDiscoveryFailed(String serviceType, int errorCode) {
                                       Log.e(TAG, "Discovery failed: Error code:" + errorCode);
                                       nsdManager.stopServiceDiscovery(this);
                                   }
                               };
                           }
                      
                       public static void discover(){
                           System.out.println("discoverServices");
                      
                           nsdManager.discoverServices("_http._tcp.", NsdManager.PROTOCOL_DNS_SD, discoveryListener);
                      
                      
                       }
                           //nsdManager = (NsdManager)c.getSystemService(Context.NSD_SERVICE);
                      
                      
                      
                      
                      
                      
                      }
                      
                      
                      
                      
                      

                      Getting names and values from a list on to different graphs

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                      library(purrr)
                      library(ggplot2)
                      
                      p.list <- imap(split(df, ID), ~ 
                                       ggplot(.x, aes(x = date, y = NSD)) + 
                                       geom_line() +
                                       theme_bw() + 
                                       theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle = 90)) +
                                       scale_x_datetime(date_breaks = '2 months', date_labels = '%y%j') +
                                       geom_text(data = subset(id_labels, ID == .y), aes(label = label,
                                                                     x = as.POSIXct(-Inf, '1970-01-01'),
                                                                     y = max(.x$NSD),
                                                                     hjust = 0, 
                                                                     vjust = 0))
                                       )
                      
                      p.list$A
                      
                      library(purrr)
                      library(ggplot2)
                      
                      p.list <- imap(split(df, ID), ~ 
                                       ggplot(.x, aes(x = date, y = NSD)) + 
                                       geom_line() +
                                       theme_bw() + 
                                       theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle = 90)) +
                                       scale_x_datetime(date_breaks = '2 months', date_labels = '%y%j') +
                                       geom_text(data = subset(id_labels, ID == .y), aes(label = label,
                                                                     x = as.POSIXct(-Inf, '1970-01-01'),
                                                                     y = max(.x$NSD),
                                                                     hjust = 0, 
                                                                     vjust = 0))
                                       )
                      
                      p.list$A
                      

                      Appending list of values onto ggplots

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                      library(ggplot2)
                      data(iris)
                      rsq <- lapply(1:length(unique(iris$Species)), function(i) {
                        cor(iris[iris$Species == unique(iris$Species)[i], "Sepal.Length"], iris[iris$Species == unique(iris$Species)[i], "Petal.Length"])^2
                      })
                      
                      p.list <- lapply(1:length(unique(iris$Species)), function(i) {
                        ggplot(iris[iris$Species == unique(iris$Species)[i], ], aes(x = Sepal.Length, y = Petal.Length)) +
                          geom_point() + theme_bw()+
                          geom_text(aes(x=min(Sepal.Length),y=max(Petal.Length),label=paste0("R= ",round(rsq[[i]],2))))
                      })
                      
                      library(gridExtra)
                      grid.arrange(p.list[[1]],p.list[[2]],p.list[[3]],nrow=3)
                      

                      Converting POSIXct to Julian Dates in ggplot

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                      #create dummy data
                      DateAndTime = 18000:18300
                      NSD = DateAndTime/10000
                      ind <-data.frame(DateAndTime, NSD)
                      
                      #convert the DateAndTime column into a date object
                      ind$DateAndTime <- as.Date(ind$DateAndTime, tz = "UTC",
                                                    origin = '1970-01-01')
                      
                      #Plot table and format x-axis
                      ggplot(ind, aes(x = DateAndTime, y = NSD)) + 
                         geom_line() + theme_bw() +
                         ggtitle("Demo Title") +
                         scale_x_date(date_breaks = "1 month", date_labels = "%y-%j")
                         theme(axis.text.x = element_text(angle = 90))
                      

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                      Community Discussions

                      Trending Discussions on nsd
                      • Can't pass a pinescript dynamic variable in an alert message
                      • Multiple nsDialogs image-icons in one custom NSIS page
                      • Re-arranging the x-axis to show Julian Dates (e.g., 0-365) once for multi-year data
                      • Remove Default Background Color and Make Title in Plot Zone
                      • How to modify the value of nrank when plotting the envelope for an mppm object in spatstat?
                      • Python - Acquiring variables with vbscript
                      • NsdServiceInfo does not contain attributes on Android 6.0
                      • useState Array. ERROR Error: Too many re-renders. React limits the number of renders to prevent an infinite loop
                      • NSD discovering services android
                      • Getting names and values from a list on to different graphs
                      Trending Discussions on nsd

                      QUESTION

                      Can't pass a pinescript dynamic variable in an alert message

                      Asked 2022-Mar-15 at 01:23

                      I have a function in Pinescript that returns a value based on several indicators:

                          varip a = 0.0
                      calculate_() =>
                          period = 50
                          basis = ta.sma(src, period)
                          dev = mult * ta.stdev(src, period)
                          upper = basis + dev
                          lower = basis - dev
                          nATR = ta.atr(period) / src
                          hATR = ta.highest(nATR, period)
                          lATR = ta.lowest(nATR, period)
                          nSD = ta.stdev(src, period) / src
                          hSD = ta.highest(nSD, period)
                          lSD = ta.lowest(nSD, period)
                          MA = ta.wma(nATR, period)
                          perm = 100 * math.abs(nATR - MA) / MA
                          pers = 100 * (nSD - lSD) / (hSD - lSD)
                          pera = 100 * (nATR - lATR) / (hATR - lATR)
                          perb = 100 * (src - lower)/(upper - lower)
                          per = gear == 4 or gear == 5 ? (perm + pers + pera + perb) / 4 : gear==1 ? math.min(100 , (pers + pera + perb) / 2.5) : (pers + pera + perb) / 3
                          EL = (100 - per) / (6-gear)
                          float(math.max(1,int(EL + .5)))
                      
                      a:= calculate_Leverage()
                      
                      plot(a, 'Leverage')
                      label.new(bar_index, high, str.tostring(a))
                      

                      It plots and labels the right value.

                      But when I try to put it in an alert message, I get only "NaN" on my alert. Tried both ways and same result:

                      var msgLongBuy = str.format("{0,number,#.#}", a)
                      str.tostring(a,"#.00)")
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Mar-15 at 01:23

                      By declaring msgLongBuy with var it initializes on the first bar in history and doesn't recalculate, which means the message doesn't stay dynamic. Try removing var from your string declaration

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71475815

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                      Install nsd

                      You can run the agent in a terminal with the command line:. depending on which communication protocol you want to use between the browser and the proxy. You have to the agent in the terminal if you want to see the error log. You need to run the agent before you load any of the examples in a browser. You need to have access to a web server, and be able to place documents in its document root.

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