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 by   Tencent Java Version: v3.1.0 License: No License

 by   Tencent Java Version: v3.1.0 License: No License

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kandi X-RAY | GT Summary

GT is a Java library. GT has medium support. However GT has 314 bugs, it has 1 vulnerabilities and it build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
New Android Release: GT 3.1.0. GT (Great Tit) is a portable debugging tool for bug hunting and performance tuning on smartphones anytime and anywhere just as listening music with Walkman. GT can act as the Integrated Debug Environment by directly running on smartphones. With the help of GT, you can carry out the following jobs only using one smartphone: quick performance tests (CPU, memory, flow, power, fluency tests etc.), viewing developer log and crash log, capturing the network packets, debugging the APP internal parameters and code time-consuming statistics. If the functions GT provides cannot meet your requirements, you can also develop your own GT plugins with special functions to help solving more complicated debugging issues. The directory "android" is for Android GT version. The directory "ios" is for iOS GT version.
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  • GT has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 4187 star(s) with 987 fork(s). There are 238 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 66 open issues and 22 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 110 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of GT is v3.1.0
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  • GT has 314 bugs (27 blocker, 6 critical, 147 major, 134 minor) and 5311 code smells.
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  • GT has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • GT code analysis shows 1 unresolved vulnerabilities (1 blocker, 0 critical, 0 major, 0 minor).
  • There are 269 security hotspots that need review.
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  • GT does not have a standard license declared.
  • Check the repository for any license declaration and review the terms closely.
  • Without a license, all rights are reserved, and you cannot use the library in your applications.
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  • GT releases are available to install and integrate.
  • GT has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • GT saves you 63773 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 72266 lines of code, 3599 functions and 755 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed GT and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into GT implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Distributes the results
  • Get SMAP show data from file .
  • Writes GWT data to a GWSave entry .
  • Make the actions .
  • Create the tab item .
  • Create APT stub item UI .
  • Update the position positions according to the float positions .
  • Gets the procPerParas value .
  • get source data as tree
  • Gets the number of time entries .

GT Key Features

GT (Great Tit) is a portable debugging tool for bug hunting and performance tuning on smartphones anytime and anywhere just as listening music with Walkman. GT can act as the Integrated Debug Environment by directly running on smartphones.

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Debunking outlook email features with library win32com

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out_iter_folder = outlook.GetDefaultFolder(6).Folders['TEST']

How to reference an interface that a parent class uses in C#?

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public class SubClass: ParentClass
{
    SubClass()
    {
          this.NameCalled = "MyHardcodedName";
    }
}

How to publish two messages of the same type to different worker instances based on the message content without using Send and RequestAddress?

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await publishEndpoint.Publish(new Command(), x => x.Headers.Set("WorkerId", "A"));
services.AddMassTransit(x =>
{
    x.AddConsumer<CommandConsumer, CommandConsumerDefinition>();

    x.SetEndpointNameFormatter(new KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter("A", false));

    x.UsingAzureServiceBus((context, cfg) =>
    {
        var hostOptions = context.GetRequiredService<IOptions<Host>>();

        cfg.Host(hostOptions.Value.ConnectionString);

        cfg.ConfigureEndpoints(context);
    });
});
public class CommandConsumerDefinition :
    ConsumerDefinition<CommandConsumer>
{
    readonly string _workerId;
    readonly IEndpointNameFormatter _endpointNameFormatter;

    // using IOptions here, but somehow in the container the worker settings need to be resolved
    // to get the workerId
    public CommandConsumerDefinition(IOptions<Worker> options, IEndpointNameFormatter endpointNameFormatter)
    {
        _workerId = options.Value.WorkerId;
        _endpointNameFormatter = endpointNameFormatter;
    }

    protected override void ConfigureConsumer(IReceiveEndpointConfigurator endpointConfigurator,
        IConsumerConfigurator<CommandConsumer> consumerConfigurator)
    {
        if (endpointConfigurator is IServiceBusReceiveEndpointConfigurator sb)
        {
            sb.ConfigureConsumeTopology = false;

            var subscriptionName = _endpointNameFormatter.Consumer<CommandConsumer>();

            sb.Subscribe<Command>(subscriptionName, 
                s => s.Filter = new SqlFilter($"WorkerId = '{_workerId}'"));
        }
    }
}
Queues:
- a-command
- b-command

Topics:
- command
  Subscriptions:
  - a-command (WorkerId = "A") -> fwd a-command
  - b-command (WorkerId = "B") -> fwd b-command
var destinationAddress = $"queue:{workerId}-{KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter.Instance.Consumer<CommandConsumer>()}";
var endpoint = await sendEndpointProvider.GetSendEndpoint(new Uri(destinationAddress));
await endpoint.Send(new Command());
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await publishEndpoint.Publish(new Command(), x => x.Headers.Set("WorkerId", "A"));
services.AddMassTransit(x =>
{
    x.AddConsumer<CommandConsumer, CommandConsumerDefinition>();

    x.SetEndpointNameFormatter(new KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter("A", false));

    x.UsingAzureServiceBus((context, cfg) =>
    {
        var hostOptions = context.GetRequiredService<IOptions<Host>>();

        cfg.Host(hostOptions.Value.ConnectionString);

        cfg.ConfigureEndpoints(context);
    });
});
public class CommandConsumerDefinition :
    ConsumerDefinition<CommandConsumer>
{
    readonly string _workerId;
    readonly IEndpointNameFormatter _endpointNameFormatter;

    // using IOptions here, but somehow in the container the worker settings need to be resolved
    // to get the workerId
    public CommandConsumerDefinition(IOptions<Worker> options, IEndpointNameFormatter endpointNameFormatter)
    {
        _workerId = options.Value.WorkerId;
        _endpointNameFormatter = endpointNameFormatter;
    }

    protected override void ConfigureConsumer(IReceiveEndpointConfigurator endpointConfigurator,
        IConsumerConfigurator<CommandConsumer> consumerConfigurator)
    {
        if (endpointConfigurator is IServiceBusReceiveEndpointConfigurator sb)
        {
            sb.ConfigureConsumeTopology = false;

            var subscriptionName = _endpointNameFormatter.Consumer<CommandConsumer>();

            sb.Subscribe<Command>(subscriptionName, 
                s => s.Filter = new SqlFilter($"WorkerId = '{_workerId}'"));
        }
    }
}
Queues:
- a-command
- b-command

Topics:
- command
  Subscriptions:
  - a-command (WorkerId = "A") -> fwd a-command
  - b-command (WorkerId = "B") -> fwd b-command
var destinationAddress = $"queue:{workerId}-{KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter.Instance.Consumer<CommandConsumer>()}";
var endpoint = await sendEndpointProvider.GetSendEndpoint(new Uri(destinationAddress));
await endpoint.Send(new Command());
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await publishEndpoint.Publish(new Command(), x => x.Headers.Set("WorkerId", "A"));
services.AddMassTransit(x =>
{
    x.AddConsumer<CommandConsumer, CommandConsumerDefinition>();

    x.SetEndpointNameFormatter(new KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter("A", false));

    x.UsingAzureServiceBus((context, cfg) =>
    {
        var hostOptions = context.GetRequiredService<IOptions<Host>>();

        cfg.Host(hostOptions.Value.ConnectionString);

        cfg.ConfigureEndpoints(context);
    });
});
public class CommandConsumerDefinition :
    ConsumerDefinition<CommandConsumer>
{
    readonly string _workerId;
    readonly IEndpointNameFormatter _endpointNameFormatter;

    // using IOptions here, but somehow in the container the worker settings need to be resolved
    // to get the workerId
    public CommandConsumerDefinition(IOptions<Worker> options, IEndpointNameFormatter endpointNameFormatter)
    {
        _workerId = options.Value.WorkerId;
        _endpointNameFormatter = endpointNameFormatter;
    }

    protected override void ConfigureConsumer(IReceiveEndpointConfigurator endpointConfigurator,
        IConsumerConfigurator<CommandConsumer> consumerConfigurator)
    {
        if (endpointConfigurator is IServiceBusReceiveEndpointConfigurator sb)
        {
            sb.ConfigureConsumeTopology = false;

            var subscriptionName = _endpointNameFormatter.Consumer<CommandConsumer>();

            sb.Subscribe<Command>(subscriptionName, 
                s => s.Filter = new SqlFilter($"WorkerId = '{_workerId}'"));
        }
    }
}
Queues:
- a-command
- b-command

Topics:
- command
  Subscriptions:
  - a-command (WorkerId = "A") -> fwd a-command
  - b-command (WorkerId = "B") -> fwd b-command
var destinationAddress = $"queue:{workerId}-{KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter.Instance.Consumer<CommandConsumer>()}";
var endpoint = await sendEndpointProvider.GetSendEndpoint(new Uri(destinationAddress));
await endpoint.Send(new Command());
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await publishEndpoint.Publish(new Command(), x => x.Headers.Set("WorkerId", "A"));
services.AddMassTransit(x =>
{
    x.AddConsumer<CommandConsumer, CommandConsumerDefinition>();

    x.SetEndpointNameFormatter(new KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter("A", false));

    x.UsingAzureServiceBus((context, cfg) =>
    {
        var hostOptions = context.GetRequiredService<IOptions<Host>>();

        cfg.Host(hostOptions.Value.ConnectionString);

        cfg.ConfigureEndpoints(context);
    });
});
public class CommandConsumerDefinition :
    ConsumerDefinition<CommandConsumer>
{
    readonly string _workerId;
    readonly IEndpointNameFormatter _endpointNameFormatter;

    // using IOptions here, but somehow in the container the worker settings need to be resolved
    // to get the workerId
    public CommandConsumerDefinition(IOptions<Worker> options, IEndpointNameFormatter endpointNameFormatter)
    {
        _workerId = options.Value.WorkerId;
        _endpointNameFormatter = endpointNameFormatter;
    }

    protected override void ConfigureConsumer(IReceiveEndpointConfigurator endpointConfigurator,
        IConsumerConfigurator<CommandConsumer> consumerConfigurator)
    {
        if (endpointConfigurator is IServiceBusReceiveEndpointConfigurator sb)
        {
            sb.ConfigureConsumeTopology = false;

            var subscriptionName = _endpointNameFormatter.Consumer<CommandConsumer>();

            sb.Subscribe<Command>(subscriptionName, 
                s => s.Filter = new SqlFilter($"WorkerId = '{_workerId}'"));
        }
    }
}
Queues:
- a-command
- b-command

Topics:
- command
  Subscriptions:
  - a-command (WorkerId = "A") -> fwd a-command
  - b-command (WorkerId = "B") -> fwd b-command
var destinationAddress = $"queue:{workerId}-{KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter.Instance.Consumer<CommandConsumer>()}";
var endpoint = await sendEndpointProvider.GetSendEndpoint(new Uri(destinationAddress));
await endpoint.Send(new Command());
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await publishEndpoint.Publish(new Command(), x => x.Headers.Set("WorkerId", "A"));
services.AddMassTransit(x =>
{
    x.AddConsumer<CommandConsumer, CommandConsumerDefinition>();

    x.SetEndpointNameFormatter(new KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter("A", false));

    x.UsingAzureServiceBus((context, cfg) =>
    {
        var hostOptions = context.GetRequiredService<IOptions<Host>>();

        cfg.Host(hostOptions.Value.ConnectionString);

        cfg.ConfigureEndpoints(context);
    });
});
public class CommandConsumerDefinition :
    ConsumerDefinition<CommandConsumer>
{
    readonly string _workerId;
    readonly IEndpointNameFormatter _endpointNameFormatter;

    // using IOptions here, but somehow in the container the worker settings need to be resolved
    // to get the workerId
    public CommandConsumerDefinition(IOptions<Worker> options, IEndpointNameFormatter endpointNameFormatter)
    {
        _workerId = options.Value.WorkerId;
        _endpointNameFormatter = endpointNameFormatter;
    }

    protected override void ConfigureConsumer(IReceiveEndpointConfigurator endpointConfigurator,
        IConsumerConfigurator<CommandConsumer> consumerConfigurator)
    {
        if (endpointConfigurator is IServiceBusReceiveEndpointConfigurator sb)
        {
            sb.ConfigureConsumeTopology = false;

            var subscriptionName = _endpointNameFormatter.Consumer<CommandConsumer>();

            sb.Subscribe<Command>(subscriptionName, 
                s => s.Filter = new SqlFilter($"WorkerId = '{_workerId}'"));
        }
    }
}
Queues:
- a-command
- b-command

Topics:
- command
  Subscriptions:
  - a-command (WorkerId = "A") -> fwd a-command
  - b-command (WorkerId = "B") -> fwd b-command
var destinationAddress = $"queue:{workerId}-{KebabCaseEndpointNameFormatter.Instance.Consumer<CommandConsumer>()}";
var endpoint = await sendEndpointProvider.GetSendEndpoint(new Uri(destinationAddress));
await endpoint.Send(new Command());

How to fade edges of background image of element to blend in with the main background image?

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.body {
  display: grid;
  width: 200px;
  height: 200px;
  /* replace with the image you like here */
  background-image: repeating-linear-gradient(-45deg,
      yellow,
      yellow 20px,
      black 20px,
      black 40px);
}

.content {
  margin: 25px;
  /* replace with the image you like here */
  background-image: linear-gradient(to top, blue 0%, blue 100%);
  
  /* for webkit-based browsers */
  -webkit-mask-image:
    linear-gradient(to top, black 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to top, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to right, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to bottom, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to left, transparent 0%, black 100%);
  -webkit-mask-position:
    center,
    top,
    right,
    bottom,
    left;
  -webkit-mask-size:
    100% 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%;
  -webkit-mask-repeat:
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat;
   -webkit-mask-composite:
    source-out,
    source-over,
    source-over,
    source-over;
    
   /* for browsers which have implemented the official spec */
  mask-image:
    linear-gradient(to top, black 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to top, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to right, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to bottom, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to left, transparent 0%, black 100%);
  mask-position:
    center,
    top,
    right,
    bottom,
    left;
  mask-size:
    100% 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%;
  mask-repeat:
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat;
  mask-composite:
    subtract,
    add,
    add,
    add;
}
<div class="body">
  <div class="content"></div>
</div>
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.body {
  display: grid;
  width: 200px;
  height: 200px;
  /* replace with the image you like here */
  background-image: repeating-linear-gradient(-45deg,
      yellow,
      yellow 20px,
      black 20px,
      black 40px);
}

.content {
  margin: 25px;
  /* replace with the image you like here */
  background-image: linear-gradient(to top, blue 0%, blue 100%);
  
  /* for webkit-based browsers */
  -webkit-mask-image:
    linear-gradient(to top, black 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to top, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to right, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to bottom, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to left, transparent 0%, black 100%);
  -webkit-mask-position:
    center,
    top,
    right,
    bottom,
    left;
  -webkit-mask-size:
    100% 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%;
  -webkit-mask-repeat:
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat;
   -webkit-mask-composite:
    source-out,
    source-over,
    source-over,
    source-over;
    
   /* for browsers which have implemented the official spec */
  mask-image:
    linear-gradient(to top, black 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to top, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to right, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to bottom, transparent 0%, black 100%),
    linear-gradient(to left, transparent 0%, black 100%);
  mask-position:
    center,
    top,
    right,
    bottom,
    left;
  mask-size:
    100% 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%,
    100% 10px,
    10px 100%;
  mask-repeat:
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat,
    no-repeat;
  mask-composite:
    subtract,
    add,
    add,
    add;
}
<div class="body">
  <div class="content"></div>
</div>

Pandas: List of maximum values of difference from previous rows in new column

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df['BEST'] = (
    df.subtract(df.shift(2))
    .apply(lambda x: [df.columns[i] for i,e in enumerate(x) if e==max(x)], axis=1)
)

    A   B   C   BEST
0   1   2   3   []
1   3   2   1   []
2   5   2   4   [A]
3   -3  0   2   [C]
4   6   3   4   [A, B]
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maximum=df.sub(df.shift(2)).max(skipna=False,axis=1)
#finded the maximum value
df['Best']=(df.where(df.sub(df.shift(2)).isin(maximum))
          .T
          .apply(lambda x:x.dropna().index.tolist()))
    A   B   C   Best
0   1   2   3   []
1   3   2   1   []
2   5   2   4   [A]
3   -3  0   2   [C]
4   6   3   4   [A, B]
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maximum=df.sub(df.shift(2)).max(skipna=False,axis=1)
#finded the maximum value
df['Best']=(df.where(df.sub(df.shift(2)).isin(maximum))
          .T
          .apply(lambda x:x.dropna().index.tolist()))
    A   B   C   Best
0   1   2   3   []
1   3   2   1   []
2   5   2   4   [A]
3   -3  0   2   [C]
4   6   3   4   [A, B]
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df['Best'] = (df - df.shift(2)).iloc[2:].apply(lambda x: list(df.columns[np.where(x==max(x))]), axis=1)
print(df)

A   B   C   Best
0   1   2   3   NaN
1   3   2   1   NaN
2   5   2   4   [A]
3   -3  0   2   [C]
4   6   3   4   [A, B]
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df['Best'] = (df - df.shift(2)).iloc[2:].apply(lambda x: list(df.columns[np.where(x==max(x))]), axis=1)
print(df)

A   B   C   Best
0   1   2   3   NaN
1   3   2   1   NaN
2   5   2   4   [A]
3   -3  0   2   [C]
4   6   3   4   [A, B]

How to obtain a reference to a list from the string name of the list in python

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class Test_Class (): 
    a = [1,2,3]
    b = [4,5,6]
    c = [7,8,9]
    def get_list(self,lstString):
        return getattr(obj, lstString)
obj = Test_Class()
print(obj.get_list('a'))
print(obj.get_list('b'))
print(obj.get_list('c'))
[1, 2, 3]
[4, 5, 6]
[7, 8, 9]
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class Test_Class (): 
    a = [1,2,3]
    b = [4,5,6]
    c = [7,8,9]
    def get_list(self,lstString):
        return getattr(obj, lstString)
obj = Test_Class()
print(obj.get_list('a'))
print(obj.get_list('b'))
print(obj.get_list('c'))
[1, 2, 3]
[4, 5, 6]
[7, 8, 9]

Insert to specific Sheet Name based on form input data

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try {
  var doc = SpreadsheetApp.openById(scriptProp.getProperty('key'))
  var sheet = doc.getSheetByName(sheetName)
try {
  sheetName = e.parameter.svdate.split("/").splice(0, 2).map(e => e.replace(/^0/, "")).join("/");
  var doc = SpreadsheetApp.openById(scriptProp.getProperty('key'));
  var sheet = doc.getSheetByName(sheetName);
  if (!sheet) throw new Error(`${sheetName} was not found.`);
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try {
  var doc = SpreadsheetApp.openById(scriptProp.getProperty('key'))
  var sheet = doc.getSheetByName(sheetName)
try {
  sheetName = e.parameter.svdate.split("/").splice(0, 2).map(e => e.replace(/^0/, "")).join("/");
  var doc = SpreadsheetApp.openById(scriptProp.getProperty('key'));
  var sheet = doc.getSheetByName(sheetName);
  if (!sheet) throw new Error(`${sheetName} was not found.`);

How do I make sure Types in a variadic Tuple are identical?

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template <typename T,                                                       // the 1st type 
          typename... Args,                                                 // subsequent types
          typename enable_if<is_arithmetic_v<T>>::type* = nullptr,          // check for arithmetic type
          typename enable_if<(is_same_v<T, Args> && ...)>::type* = nullptr> // check all the types are identical or not
auto toString(tuple<T, Args...> tup) 
{ 
    std::stringstream ss;
    std::apply([&ss](auto&&... args) {((ss << args << ";"), ...); }, tup);
    return ss.str();
}

How to update another file if a match is found in python

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s1.seek(0)
s1.truncate()
s1 = open("mainfile.txt", "r+")
u1 = open("transactionfile.txt", "r")
all_list =[]
for line1,line2 in zip(s1,u1):
    mfile2=list(line1.split()[0:1]) #=== Fetch data1
    mfile = list(line1.split()[1:]) #=== Fetch all words after data1
    m23 = list(line1.split())
    print ("Main File Before Update: ", mfile)
    myfile2=list(line2.split()[1:])
    new_col=mfile2+mfile[:2]+myfile2 #=== Add the lists
    all_list.append(new_col)
for l in all_list:
    s1.write(" ".join(l)+"\n")
    print("Main File After Update:  ", new_col)
s1.close()
u1.close()
data1 1000 8000 100 500
data2 2000 7000 200 600
data3 3000 6000 300 700
data4 4000 5000 400 800
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s1.seek(0)
s1.truncate()
s1 = open("mainfile.txt", "r+")
u1 = open("transactionfile.txt", "r")
all_list =[]
for line1,line2 in zip(s1,u1):
    mfile2=list(line1.split()[0:1]) #=== Fetch data1
    mfile = list(line1.split()[1:]) #=== Fetch all words after data1
    m23 = list(line1.split())
    print ("Main File Before Update: ", mfile)
    myfile2=list(line2.split()[1:])
    new_col=mfile2+mfile[:2]+myfile2 #=== Add the lists
    all_list.append(new_col)
for l in all_list:
    s1.write(" ".join(l)+"\n")
    print("Main File After Update:  ", new_col)
s1.close()
u1.close()
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data2 2000 7000 200 600
data3 3000 6000 300 700
data4 4000 5000 400 800
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s1.seek(0)
s1.truncate()
s1 = open("mainfile.txt", "r+")
u1 = open("transactionfile.txt", "r")
all_list =[]
for line1,line2 in zip(s1,u1):
    mfile2=list(line1.split()[0:1]) #=== Fetch data1
    mfile = list(line1.split()[1:]) #=== Fetch all words after data1
    m23 = list(line1.split())
    print ("Main File Before Update: ", mfile)
    myfile2=list(line2.split()[1:])
    new_col=mfile2+mfile[:2]+myfile2 #=== Add the lists
    all_list.append(new_col)
for l in all_list:
    s1.write(" ".join(l)+"\n")
    print("Main File After Update:  ", new_col)
s1.close()
u1.close()
data1 1000 8000 100 500
data2 2000 7000 200 600
data3 3000 6000 300 700
data4 4000 5000 400 800
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mf_name = 'mainfile.txt'
tf_name = 'transactionfile.txt'
of_name = 'output.txt'

output = []

with open(mf_name, 'r') as mf, open(tf_name, 'r') as tf:
    for ml, tl in zip(mf, tf):
        output.append(
            ' '.join(
                # The first three columns from mf_name
                ml.split()[:3] +
                # All columns from tf_name, except the first
                tl.split()[1:]
            )
        )
        
with open(of_name, 'w') as of:
    of.write('\n'.join(output))

Does Comparison Function specified with lambda function in std::sort return bool type?

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int x = 5, y = 555;
bool b = x - y;
std::cout << b << std::endl; // Prints 1, means true
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#include <iostream> 
#include <functional>
#include <algorithm>
using namespace std; 

int main() { 
    int number[] = {3, 5, 1, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23};
    auto print = [](int n) { cout << n << " "; };

    sort(begin(number), end(number), [](int n1, int n2) { return n2 - n1; });
    // result: 9 6 1 5 3
    for_each(begin(number), end(number), print);
    cout << endl;

    sort(begin(number), end(number), [](int n1, int n2) { return n1 - n2; });
    // result: 3 5 1 6 9
    for_each(begin(number), end(number), print);
    cout << endl;


    return 0; 
} 

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Debunking outlook email features with library win32com

Asked 2021-Jun-16 at 03:53

I found ways to check with python using library win32com for outlook the following attributes for any given email.

import win32com.client as client
import win32com

outlook = client.Dispatch("Outlook.Application").GetNamespace('MAPI')
main_account = outlook.Folders.Item(1)

out_iter_folder = main_account.Folders['Inbox'].Folders['TEST']

if out_iter_folder.Items.Count > 0:
    for i in reversed(range(0,item_count)):
        message = out_iter_folder.Items[i]

message = out_iter_folder.Items[i]

Email subject:

message.Subject

Email sender:

mesage.SenderEmailAddress

Email categories/flag:

message.Categories

Email move from a folder to another:

message.Move

I would like to access for any given email:

  1. receiver list (how would that work if I have more than one)?

  2. cc list (" ")

  3. Is there any other way to update the category on an email other than moving this email from a folder to another? I am working on a batch process and this moving in/out is slowing things.

  4. When the email is sent from an email address "on behalf" of another email address how can I access the email on behalf?

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-16 at 03:53
  1. Use MailItem.Recipients collection.
  2. See #1 and check for each recipient's Recipient.Type property equal olCC ( =2)
  3. Of course - set the MailItem.Categpries property. Don't forget to call MailItem.Save
  4. Use the MailItem.SenderEmailAddress. For the sent on behalf of address, read the PR_SENT_REPRESENTING_EMAIL_ADDRESS MAPI property. Access it using MailItem.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty("http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x0065001F")

In general, take a look at various Outlook object using OutlookSpy to familiarize yourself with the Outlook Object Model.

Also keep in mind that to access a subfolder of the Inbox folder, it is better to use something like

out_iter_folder = outlook.GetDefaultFolder(6).Folders['TEST']

where 6 is olFolderInbox constant.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67978213

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