kandi X-RAY | nub Summary
kandi X-RAY | nub Summary
A rendering and interaction Processing library
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Display the front hint
- Draws the orthographic frustum lines
- Draws the near plane
- Draw a perspective frustum
- Initialize this instance
- Sets the eye of this node
- Looks up the eye around
- Sifts the eye position
- Computes the z - buffer position positions
- Initialize the scene
- Draw an arc
- Sets the quaternion which defines the quaternion
- Returns the visibility of the ball
- Returns a list of nodes in the specified tail
- Convert Euler rotation angles to a quaternion
- Check if the node is trackable
- Sets the center position of the map
- Display the HUD
- Set the node from the world matrix
- Sets this node from a matrix
- Initializes the line shader
- Returns the visibility of the box s box
- Returns the quaternion representation of the specified orientation
- Gets the angle between two vectors
- End the back buffer
- Display a back hint
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The goal is to find the Longest Increasing Subsequence (LIS) of a list in Haskell. I tried to run the following code, but the error of couldn't find modules appeared. I saw answers to This question and I understand that the ordered package is old and not used anymore....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-16 at 19:46
nub is now in
Data.List. If an
isSorted function is available in any normal library, Hoogle doesn't show it. You can easily write one yourself, though I haven't given much thought to whether the following suggestion is the most efficient implementation - and it probably doesn't work with infinite lists (I think that the answer to both questions is no):
I created an extremely basic fight command in Nextcord. The command is like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-10 at 22:51
If you would keep data in dictionaries
I am aiming to make messages in a Microsoft Bot Framework Chatbot appear more like 'speech bubbles' and have a triangular 'nub' display to the side of each, eg
The React Webchat client provided as part of the Bot Framework has optional properties to control the size and position of nubs which are...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 19:07
My guess is you are supplying too large of a value to the
bubbleNubSize property. For instance, here are the values that I use in my test Web Chat client.
I have this code to draw the battery level but it is drawing the inside colored indicator from the top down. It should paint it from the bottom to the top like you see on all Android phones. Any thoughts on what I am doing wrong?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 12:39
Rect.fromLTRB() instead of
Rect.fromLTWH(). Or you can use
Rect.fromPoints(). Rect class
Add this line:
I faced with some issue in Haskell: code-style and big functions (I'm continuing to learn Haskell through writing toy-language).
I have some necessary-big-function (see example). And there are two sub-function (nested where) in it. And there is no reason to place its sub-finction in module scoupe. How "Haskell code-style" or "Haskell code-style best practics" suggest to solve this problem of "ungraceful and clumsy code"?
Function (with later comment):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-29 at 00:06
And there is no reason to place its sub-function in module scope
Think about it the other way around. Is there any reason to put the sub-function in the local scope? Then do it. This could be because
- it needs to access locally bound variables. In this case it must be local, or else you need extra parameters.
- it does something very obvious and only relevant to the specific use case. This could be one-line definitions of some operation that you don't care thinking a properly descriptive name, or it could be a
gohelper that does basically the whole work of the enclosing function.
If neither of these apply, and you can give the local function a descriptive name (as you've already done) then put it in module scope. Add a type signature, which makes it clearer yet. Don't export it from the module.
Putting the function in module scope also removes the need to rename variables like you did with
gdefs'. That's one of the more common causes for bugs in Haskell code.
I am trying to make a game where you can form all the different words from one other word by scrambling some letters from the main word. I have a list of subwords, but if the main word has a double letter (Like 'r' in this case) it won't add strings with a single r to the victory list. How can I fix this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 02:11
You can access the counter's key and value through a for loop and obtain the desired key through value comparison.
I'm trying the create a 3D subscene with objects being labelled using Label objects in a 2D overlay. I've seen similar questions to mine on this subject, and they all point to using the Node.localToScene method on the node to be labelled in the 3D space. But this doesn't seem to work for my case. I've taken example code from the FXyz FloatingLabels example here:
The Label objects need to have their positions updated as the 3D scene in modified, which I've done but when I print out the coordinates returned by the Node.localToScene method, they're much too large to be within the application scene, and so the labels are never visible in the scene. I've written an example program that illustrates the issue, set up very similarly to the FXyz sample code but I've created an extra SubScene object to hold the 2D and 3D SubScene objects in order to plant them into a larger application window with slider controls. The 3D scene uses a perspective camera and shows a large sphere with coloured spheres along the x/y/z axes, and some extra little nubs on the surface for reference:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 12:28
If you follow what has been done in the link you have posted you'll make it work.
For starters, there is one subScene, not two.
So I've removed these lines:
I have to simplify custom regex expressions parsed to a certain data type. With "simplify" I mean the following (emphasis mine):
Given the rules:
- lowercase letters match themselves, eg.:
aand nothing else
- parens enclosing only letters match their full sequence, eg.:
abcand nothing else
- square brackets enclosing only letters match every letters inside, eg.:
cand nothing else
The following are all valid:
acand nothing else
bcand nothing else
(a(bc))is the same as
abcand nothing else
[a[bc]]is the same as
cand nothing else
Regexes can be simplified. For example
[a[[bb]b[[b]]](c)(d)]is really just the same as
I have implemented a simple parser combinator in Haskell using
attoparsec and the following destination data type:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 04:19
You are missing a couple simple improvements, for starters.
simplify (Concat [x]) = x and likewise for Union: there's no need for the wrapped regex to be specifically a symbol.
Then you need to start looking at
Concats containing other
Concats, and likewise for
Union. Sure, you start by simplifying the elements of the wrapped list, but before jamming the result back into a wrapper, you lift up any elements using the same wrapper. Something like:
The purpose of my implementation of a
BroadcastReceiver is to be able to start a closed Flutter application when an incoming or outgoing call ends. The Flutter application has native Android code in order to configure a service that allows the tracking of the phone state in the background. The
BroadcastReceiver works and calls the appropriate functions when the phone state changes. For example, the
onReceive method calls the
onIncomingCallEnded function when an incoming call is ended. This function is then passed the
Context object of the
onReceive method which is used to create an intent, by using
PackageManager, as described in this post. That intent should then start the Flutter application if it's closed.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 13:12
The observation by David Wasser turned out to be correct. Everything works as it's intended when using API 28 and below but fails for API 29 and above due to restrictions on starting activities from the background. The display of notifications seem to be an appropriate compromise for my use case.
I know this is a very old topic and I tried to solve it alone for about a week with no luck. As you figure out I am nub in this most background is plc and microcontrollers. Any way. I am posting the code whole for your help and I would like if someone has the time to show me in practice how I have to do it. I read a lot and watch videos but in practice no result is probably something I am getting wrong because of my limited knowledge. Thank you for your time. P.S of course code is not mine I am just trying to start with some code that I can understand a little more than others.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-17 at 06:35
To start the activity, you can use the below code,
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You can use nub like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the nub component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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