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Impatient is a Java library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs applications. Impatient has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Welcome to Cascading for the Impatient, a tutorial for Cascading 3.1.x to get you started. Quickly. Like, yesterday. This set of progressive coding examples starts with a simple file copy and builds up to a MapReduce implementation of the TF-IDF algorithm. You can read the full series here: http://docs.cascading.org/impatient/. If you have a question or run into any problems send an email to the cascading-user-list.
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source examples to support the "Cascading for the Impatient" blog post series

Disambiguate template function specializations - value vs. reference

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template<class T>
struct robust{
  T t;
  explicit operator T&()&{return t;}
  explicit operator T()&&{
    return std::forward<T>(t);
  }
  // also get() methods
  explicit robust(T&&tin):
    t(std::forward<T>(tin))
  {}
};
robust{a}*=b;
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template<class T>
struct robust{
  T t;
  explicit operator T&()&{return t;}
  explicit operator T()&&{
    return std::forward<T>(t);
  }
  // also get() methods
  explicit robust(T&&tin):
    t(std::forward<T>(tin))
  {}
};
robust{a}*=b;

Implicit conversion declared in companion object is not called

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object Implicit extends App {

import Fraction._

  class Fraction(val numerator : Int,val denominator : Int) {
    def * (fraction : Fraction): Fraction = {
      println("##### Call to operator overloading *")
      Fraction(this.numerator*fraction.numerator, this.denominator*fraction.denominator)
    }
  }
  object Fraction {
    def apply(numerator: Int, denominator: Int): Fraction = new Fraction(numerator, denominator)

    implicit def intToFraction(num : Int) = {
      println("##### intToFraction")
      Fraction(num,1)
    }

    implicit def fractionToInt(fr : Fraction) = {
      println("##### fractionToInt")
      fr.numerator/fr.denominator
    }
  }
  println(Fraction(1,2) * 2)
}
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class Fraction(val numerator : Int,val denominator : Int) {

  val test = 2

  def *(fraction : Fraction): Fraction = {
    println("##### Call to operator overloading *")
    Fraction(this.numerator*fraction.numerator, this.denominator*fraction.denominator)
  }

  override def toString: String = s"Fraction($numerator,$denominator) ===== ${numerator/denominator}"
}

object Fraction {
  def apply(numerator: Int, denominator: Int): Fraction = new Fraction(numerator, denominator)

  implicit def intToFraction(num : Int) : Fraction = { // RETURN TYPE FRACTION
    println("##### intToFraction")
    Fraction(num,1)
  }
  implicit def fractionToInt(fr : Fraction) : Int  = { // ADDED RETURN TYPE INT
    println("##### fractionToInt")
    fr.numerator/fr.denominator
  }

}

Preventing the &quot;double submit&quot; problem in Ajax form

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$('form').submit(function () {
    $("#overlay").fadeIn(30);// Call (Show) loading box by default.
    if (Page_ClientValidate() != null) //Check if there is a validation on page.
        {
        if (!Page_ClientValidate()) {//If Validation returns false then hide the loading box
            $("#overlay").hide();
        } 
    }
});
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$(function() {

    // get the form
    var form = $('#modal-contact-form');

    // get the messages element
    var formMessages = $('#modal-contact-form-responses');

    // get the submit button
    var submitButton = $("#modal-contact-form-submit");

    // set up event listener for contact form
    $(form).submit(function(e) {
        // disable html submit button
        e.preventDefault();

        // serialize form data
        var formData = $(form).serialize();

        // disable submit button to prevent unnecessary submission
        submitButton.attr('disabled', 'disabled');
        submitButton.text('Sending Message...'); // this help the user to know that the form is sending

        // submit form using AJAX
        $.ajax({
            type: 'POST',
            url: $(form).attr('action'),
            data: formData
        })
        .done(function(response) {
            // make sure formMessages element has 'success' class
            $(formMessages).removeClass('error');
            $(formMessages).addClass('success');

            // set message text
            $(formMessages).text('Your message has been sent. Thank you!');

            // clear form
            $('input, textarea').val('');
            $("#modal-contact-form-message").trigger('change');
        })
        .fail(function(data) {
            // make sure formMessages element has 'error' class
            $(formMessages).removeClass('success');
            $(formMessages).addClass('error');

            // set the message text
            $(formMessages).text('Input error. Please review and re-submit.');
        }).always(function(data) { // this will always fire even if the request fails
            submitButton.removeAttr('disabled');
            submitButton.text('Send Message');
        });

    });
});

Audio recording with PyQt6 and pyaudio stops working after clicking recording button

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while self.stoped == False:
    data = stream.read(1024)
    frames.append(data)
import sys
import wave

import pyaudio as pa
from PyQt6.QtCore import QThread, pyqtSignal, pyqtSlot
from PyQt6.QtWidgets import *


class RecordingThread(QThread):
    stopped = False
    sig_started = pyqtSignal()
    sig_stopped = pyqtSignal()

    def __init__(self, target_file):
        self.target_file = target_file
        super().__init__()

    def run(self) -> None:
        audio = pa.PyAudio()
        frames = []
        stream = audio.open(format=pa.paInt16, channels=1, rate=44100, input=True, frames_per_buffer=1024)
        self.stopped = False
        self.sig_started.emit()

        while not self.stopped:
            data = stream.read(1024)
            frames.append(data)

        stream.close()

        self.sig_stopped.emit()

        wf = wave.open(self.target_file, 'wb')
        wf.setnchannels(1)
        wf.setsampwidth(audio.get_sample_size(pa.paInt16))
        wf.setframerate(44100)
        wf.writeframes(b''.join(frames))
        wf.close()

    @pyqtSlot()
    def stop(self):
        self.stopped = True


class Window(QWidget):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
        self.setWindowTitle("Rec Audio")

        # Create recording thread and attach slots to its signals
        self.recording_thread = RecordingThread(target_file='test_recording.wav')
        self.recording_thread.sig_started.connect(self.recording_started)
        self.recording_thread.sig_stopped.connect(self.recording_stopped)

        vbox = QVBoxLayout()

        self.labelRec = QLabel('')
        self.labelRec.setFixedSize(130, 15)

        hbox = QHBoxLayout()
        self.recbtn = QPushButton('▶ record')
        self.recbtn.setFixedSize(90, 30)
        # Connect signal "recbtn.clicked" to the slot "recording_thread.start" of our QThread
        # Never connect directly to the run, always to start!
        self.recbtn.clicked.connect(self.recording_thread.start)

        self.stopbtn = QPushButton('▪')
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(True)
        self.stopbtn.setFixedSize(40, 30)
        # Connect signal "stopbtn.clicked" to the slot "recording_thread.stop" of our QThread
        self.stopbtn.clicked.connect(self.recording_thread.stop)

        hbox.addWidget(self.recbtn)
        hbox.addWidget(self.stopbtn)

        vbox.addWidget(self.labelRec)
        vbox.addLayout(hbox)

        self.setLayout(vbox)

    @pyqtSlot()
    def recording_started(self):
        """This slot is called when recording starts"""
        self.labelRec.setText('◉ recording...')
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(False)
        self.recbtn.setDisabled(True)

    @pyqtSlot()
    def recording_stopped(self):
        """This slot is called when recording stops"""
        self.labelRec.setText('recording stopped')
        self.recbtn.setDisabled(False)
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(True)


if __name__ == "__main__":
    app = QApplication(sys.argv)
    win = Window()
    win.show()
    app.exec()
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while self.stoped == False:
    data = stream.read(1024)
    frames.append(data)
import sys
import wave

import pyaudio as pa
from PyQt6.QtCore import QThread, pyqtSignal, pyqtSlot
from PyQt6.QtWidgets import *


class RecordingThread(QThread):
    stopped = False
    sig_started = pyqtSignal()
    sig_stopped = pyqtSignal()

    def __init__(self, target_file):
        self.target_file = target_file
        super().__init__()

    def run(self) -> None:
        audio = pa.PyAudio()
        frames = []
        stream = audio.open(format=pa.paInt16, channels=1, rate=44100, input=True, frames_per_buffer=1024)
        self.stopped = False
        self.sig_started.emit()

        while not self.stopped:
            data = stream.read(1024)
            frames.append(data)

        stream.close()

        self.sig_stopped.emit()

        wf = wave.open(self.target_file, 'wb')
        wf.setnchannels(1)
        wf.setsampwidth(audio.get_sample_size(pa.paInt16))
        wf.setframerate(44100)
        wf.writeframes(b''.join(frames))
        wf.close()

    @pyqtSlot()
    def stop(self):
        self.stopped = True


class Window(QWidget):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
        self.setWindowTitle("Rec Audio")

        # Create recording thread and attach slots to its signals
        self.recording_thread = RecordingThread(target_file='test_recording.wav')
        self.recording_thread.sig_started.connect(self.recording_started)
        self.recording_thread.sig_stopped.connect(self.recording_stopped)

        vbox = QVBoxLayout()

        self.labelRec = QLabel('')
        self.labelRec.setFixedSize(130, 15)

        hbox = QHBoxLayout()
        self.recbtn = QPushButton('▶ record')
        self.recbtn.setFixedSize(90, 30)
        # Connect signal "recbtn.clicked" to the slot "recording_thread.start" of our QThread
        # Never connect directly to the run, always to start!
        self.recbtn.clicked.connect(self.recording_thread.start)

        self.stopbtn = QPushButton('▪')
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(True)
        self.stopbtn.setFixedSize(40, 30)
        # Connect signal "stopbtn.clicked" to the slot "recording_thread.stop" of our QThread
        self.stopbtn.clicked.connect(self.recording_thread.stop)

        hbox.addWidget(self.recbtn)
        hbox.addWidget(self.stopbtn)

        vbox.addWidget(self.labelRec)
        vbox.addLayout(hbox)

        self.setLayout(vbox)

    @pyqtSlot()
    def recording_started(self):
        """This slot is called when recording starts"""
        self.labelRec.setText('◉ recording...')
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(False)
        self.recbtn.setDisabled(True)

    @pyqtSlot()
    def recording_stopped(self):
        """This slot is called when recording stops"""
        self.labelRec.setText('recording stopped')
        self.recbtn.setDisabled(False)
        self.stopbtn.setDisabled(True)


if __name__ == "__main__":
    app = QApplication(sys.argv)
    win = Window()
    win.show()
    app.exec()

Update Panel update() method not working, how to force refresh of page within function

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    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading();" runat="server" /></td>
    
    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading(this);" runat="server" /></td>
        <script>
            function doLoading(e) {
                btn = $(e)
                btn.hide()
                // rest of your code here
            }
        </script>
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    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading();" runat="server" /></td>
    
    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading(this);" runat="server" /></td>
        <script>
            function doLoading(e) {
                btn = $(e)
                btn.hide()
                // rest of your code here
            }
        </script>
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    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading();" runat="server" /></td>
    
    <td><asp:Button ID="cmdLoadPDF" Text="Create PDF" 
    OnClientClick="doLoading(this);" runat="server" /></td>
        <script>
            function doLoading(e) {
                btn = $(e)
                btn.hide()
                // rest of your code here
            }
        </script>

How to write a function that returns an array of functions?

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function values(f, low, high) {
  var result = [];

  for(var i = low; i < high; i++) {
    result.push(()=> f(i));
  }

  return result;
}

const vf = (p1) => console.log(p1);

const arrayOfFuns = values(vf, 10, 16);

console.log(arrayOfFuns);
console.log(arrayOfFuns[0]());
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function values(f, low, high) {
  var result = [];

  for(let i = low; i < high; i++) {
    f(i);
    const nf = () => i;
    result.push(nf);
  }

  return result;
}

const vf = (p1) => console.log(p1);

const arrayOfFuns = values(vf, 10, 16);

console.log(arrayOfFuns);
console.log(arrayOfFuns[0]());

I want to Fetch products and send them on click to detail page with same data in Reactjs

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fetch("http://localhost:8000/data")
      .then((res) => res.json())
      .then((data) => {
        setProduct((prev) => {
          return { ...prev, mydata: data };
        });
      })
      .catch((err) => console.log(err));

getProduct();
const getProduct = () => {
  fetch("http://localhost:8000/data")
    .then((res) => res.json())
    .then((data) => {
      if (data && data.length > 0) {
        data.map((item) => {
          const x = item.details.find(
            (items) => items.title === `${pathname.replace(/\\|\//g, "")}`
          );
          console.log(x);
          setProduct(x);
        });
      }
    })
    .catch((err) => console.log(err))
}
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fetch("http://localhost:8000/data")
      .then((res) => res.json())
      .then((data) => {
        setProduct((prev) => {
          return { ...prev, mydata: data };
        });
      })
      .catch((err) => console.log(err));

getProduct();
const getProduct = () => {
  fetch("http://localhost:8000/data")
    .then((res) => res.json())
    .then((data) => {
      if (data && data.length > 0) {
        data.map((item) => {
          const x = item.details.find(
            (items) => items.title === `${pathname.replace(/\\|\//g, "")}`
          );
          console.log(x);
          setProduct(x);
        });
      }
    })
    .catch((err) => console.log(err))
}
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const getProduct = () => {
fetch("http://localhost:8000/data")
  .then((res) => res.json())
  .then((data) => {
    if (data && data.length > 0) {
      data.map((items) => {
        const x = items.details.find((item) => {
          return item.title === `${pathname.replace(/\\|\//g, "")}`;
        });
//Here I added a check if x has the value then only you set the product.
        if (x) {
          setProduct(x);
        }
      });
    } else {
      setProduct({});
    }
  })
  .catch((err) => console.log(err));

Issues with `trap cleanup INT EXIT` in BASH

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cleanup() {
  # do the cleanup
}

trap cleanup EXIT

AttributeError: 'QuerySet' object has no attribute 'tags' when trying to save quotes and tags with ClusterableModel and ClusterTaggableManager

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import csv
from quotes.models import Quote

with open("test_import1.csv", "r", encoding="utf-8") as f:
    reader = csv.DictReader(f)
    for row in reader:
        # Check if quote exists
        if Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')):
            print(f"Not added because it already exists: {row['text']}")
        else:
            if row["book"]:
                item = Quote(
                    text=row["text"],
                    author=row["author"],
                    source_url=row["url"],
                    book=row["book"],
                )
            elif not row["book"]:
                item = Quote(text=row["text"], author=row["author"], source_url=row["url"])
            item.save()
            for each in row["tags"].split(", "):
                each = str(each).strip("'")
                q = Quote.objects.get(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"'))
                q.tags.add(each)
                q.save()
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for q in Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')):
    q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.get(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"'))
q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')).first()
q.tags.add(each)
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for q in Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')):
    q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.get(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"'))
q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')).first()
q.tags.add(each)
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for q in Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')):
    q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.get(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"'))
q.tags.add(each)
q = Quote.objects.filter(text__exact=row["text"].strip('"')).first()
q.tags.add(each)

How implicit is chosen by Scala compile when we have multiple ambiguous implicit present in scope

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(2: Fraction) * Fraction(1, 2)
(Fraction(4,5): Double) * 3
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(2: Fraction) * Fraction(1, 2)
(Fraction(4,5): Double) * 3

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on Impatient
  • Disambiguate template function specializations - value vs. reference
  • Implicit conversion declared in companion object is not called
  • Preventing the &quot;double submit&quot; problem in Ajax form
  • Audio recording with PyQt6 and pyaudio stops working after clicking recording button
  • Update Panel update() method not working, how to force refresh of page within function
  • How to write a function that returns an array of functions?
  • I want to Fetch products and send them on click to detail page with same data in Reactjs
  • Is a SQL trigger faster than a if statement on a interface
  • Issues with `trap cleanup INT EXIT` in BASH
  • AttributeError: 'QuerySet' object has no attribute 'tags' when trying to save quotes and tags with ClusterableModel and ClusterTaggableManager
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QUESTION

Disambiguate template function specializations - value vs. reference

Asked 2022-Mar-13 at 21:24

This question requires a bit of context - if you're feeling impatient, skip past the line break... I have a Vector-3,4 and Matrix-3,4 library defined in terms of template specializations; i.e., Vector<n> and Matrix<n> are defined in Matrix.hh, while non-trivial implementations (e.g., matrix multiplication, matrix inverse) have explicit specializations or instantiations in Matrix.cc for N = {3,4}.

This approach has worked well. In theory, an app could instantiate a Matrix<100>, but couldn't multiply or invert the matrix, as there are no implementation templates visible in the header. Only N = {3,4} are instantiated in Matrix.cc

Recently, I've been adding robust methods to complement any operation that involves an inner product - including matrix multiplications, matrix transforms of vectors, etc. Most 3D transforms (projections / orientations) are relatively well-conditioned, and any minor precision errors are not a problem since shared vertices / edges yield a consistent rasterization.

There are some operations that must be numerically robust. I can't do anything about how a GPU does dot products and matrix operations when rendering; but I cannot have control / camera parameters choke on valid geometry - and inner products are notorious for pathological cancellation errors, so the robust methods use compensated summation, products, dot products, etc.



This works fine for, say, Vector inner product in Matrix.hh :

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// inner product:


template <int n> float
inner (const GL0::Vector<n> & v0, const GL0::Vector<n> & v1)
{
    float r = v0[0] * v1[0];

    for (int i = 1; i < n; i++)
        r += v0[i] * v1[i];

    return r; // the running sum for the inner product.
}


float
robust_inner (const GL0::Vector<3> &, const GL0::Vector<3> &);

float
robust_inner (const GL0::Vector<4> &, const GL0::Vector<4> &);


////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

The implementations in Matrix.cc are not trivial.

I'm in more dubious territory when adding a robust method for [A]<-[A][B] matrix multiplication; perhaps the naming is not ideal:

template <int n> GL0::Matrix<n> &
operator *= (GL0::Matrix<n> & m0, const GL0::Matrix<n> & m1);

// (external instantiation)


GL0::Matrix<3> &
robust_multiply (GL0::Matrix<3> &, const GL0::Matrix<3> &);

GL0::Matrix<4> &
robust_multiply (GL0::Matrix<4> &, const GL0::Matrix<4> &);

There is a N = {3,4} implementation for the operator *= in Matrix.cc, but it relies on the naive inner product and is not robust - though typically good enough for GL / visualization. The robust_multiply functions are also implemented in Matrix.cc.

Now of course, I want the Matrix multiplication operator:

template <int n> GL0::Matrix<n>
operator * (GL0::Matrix<n> m0, const GL0::Matrix<n> & m1) {
    return (m0 *= m1);
}

Leading me to the problematic definitions:

inline GL0::Matrix<3>
robust_multiply (GL0::Matrix<3> m0, const GL0::Matrix<3> & m1) {
    return robust_multiply(m0, m1);
}

inline GL0::Matrix<4>
robust_multiply (GL0::Matrix<4> m0, const GL0::Matrix<4> & m1) {
    return robust_multiply(m0, m1);
}

The call to robust_multiply(m0, m1) is ambiguous. Q: How can I force the LHS argument to be interpreted as a reference, ensuring a call to the previous function that modifies the (m0) argument. Obviously I can name robust_multiply as something else, but I'm more interested in utilizing the type system. I feel I'm missing something obvious in <utility> or <functional>. How do I force a call to the correct function?


(Sorry about the word count - I'm trying to clarify my own thinking as I write)

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-13 at 21:24

You named robust_multiply wrong.

*= and * are fundamentally different operations. They are related, but not the same operation - different verbs.

Overloading should be used when you are doing the same operation on different nouns.

If you do that, then your problems almost certainly evaporate. Sensible overloads are easy to write.

In your case, you want to change between writing to an argument or not based on its l/r value category. That leads to ambiguity problems.

I mean, there are workarounds to your problem -- use std::ref or pointers, for example, or &, && and const& overloads -- but they are patches here.

Naming this in programming is hard. And here is a case were you should do that hard bit.

...

Now one thing you could do is bless the arguments.

template<class T>
struct robust{
  T t;
  explicit operator T&()&{return t;}
  explicit operator T()&&{
    return std::forward<T>(t);
  }
  // also get() methods
  explicit robust(T&&tin):
    t(std::forward<T>(tin))
  {}
};

then override *= and * for robust wrapped matrices.

robust{a}*=b;

(have lhs must be robust to keep overload count down).

Now the verb is clear, I just dressed up the nouns.

But this is just an idea, and not use-tested.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71458432

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