kandi X-RAY | Usage Summary
kandi X-RAY | Usage Summary
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- Invoked when the activity is created
- Get information about the package name
- Format the given time in human readable format
- Initializes the activity
- Set the alarm alarm
- Get the NotificationFactory
- Handle app usage table
- Add a new data record
- Bind the views
- Gets a bitmap of the given text with the desired color
- Set the icon for the open app menu
- Display info dialog
- Returns a builder for a NotificationCompat
- Creates a loader on the UI thread
- Called when the activity is created
- Called when the user has been loaded
- On create
- Override this method to interact with the action button
- Initializes the Activity usage fragment
- Creates the single app usage information fragment
- Get the view at the given position
- Get the latest process information
- Set the main thread data
- Get the Dialer package name
- Creates the activity pattern
- Create the pie chart
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I'm currently using Winsock2 to be able to test a connection to multiple local
telnet servers, but if the server connection fails, the default Winsock client takes forever to timeout.
I've seen from other posts that
select() can set a timeout for the connection part, and that
timeval can timeout the receiving portion of the code, but I have no idea how to implement either. Pieces of code that I've copy/pasted from other answers always seem to fail for me.
How would I use both of these functions in the default client code? Or, if it isn't possible to use those functions in the default client code, can someone give me some pointers on how to use those functions correctly?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:17
select()can set a timeout for the connection part.
Yes, but only if you put the socket into non-blocking mode before calling
connect(), so that
connect() exits immediately and then the code can use
select() to wait for the socket to report when the connect operation has finished. But the code shown is not doing that.
timevalcan timeout the receiving portion of the code
select() can also be used to timeout a read operation, as well. Simply call
select() first, and then call
recv() only if
select() reports that the socket is readable (has pending data to read).
Try something like this:
I sort of need help here, honestly not sure where I went wrong, here is the full code. I am sort of new, just trying to bring back the mention user and the reason back in a message instead of doing anything with this information....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:58
Why are you calling client in a command file if you already started a new instance of a client in your root file? try removing client from the top of the code. Hope that works
I read this answer, which clarified a lot of things, but I'm still confused about how I should go about designing my primary key.
First off I want to clarify the idea of WCUs. I get that WCU is the write capacity of max 1kb per second. Does it mean that if writing a piece of data takes 0.25 seconds, I would need 4 of those to be billed 1 WCU? Or each time I write something it consumes 1 WCU, but I could also write X times within 1 second and still be billed 1 WCU?
I want to create a table that stores the form data for a set of gyms (95% will be waivers, the rest will be incidents reports). Most of the time, each forms will be accessed directly via its unique ID. I also want to query the forms by date, form, userId, etc..
We can assume an average of 50k forms per gym
First option is straight forward: having the formId be the partition key. What I don't like about this option is that scan operations will always filter out 90% of the data (i.e. the forms from other gyms), which isn't good for RCUs.
Second option is that I would make the gymId the partition key, and add a sort key for the date, formId, userId. To implement this option I would need to know more about the implications of having 50k records on one partition key.
Third option is to have one table per gyms and have the formId as partition key. This seems to be like the best option for now, but I don't really like the idea of having a a large number of tables doing the same thing in my account.
Is there another option? Which one of the three is better?
Edit: I'm assuming another option would be SimpleDB?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 20:26
For your PK design. What data does the app have when a user is going to look for a form? Does it have the GymID, userID, and formID? If so, make a compound key out of that for the PK perhaps? So your PK might look like:
I have a shell script that accepts 2 parameters that I want to run on a Windows host, but want to run it inside
git-bash.exe. I've tried this,
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:47
be aware I don't have a Windows machine against which to try this, so it's just "best effort"
As best I can tell, your problem is because you are trying to recreate the behavior of
win_shell by "manually" invoking that improperly quoted
cmd.exe /c business, ending up with
cmd.exe /c "cmd.exe /c whatever"; dialing up the ansible verbosity
-vv could confirm or deny that pattern
This is the code I have written for the MPI's Group Communication Primitives-Brod cast example using c language try with Ubuntu system. I wrote a code for the string and variable concatenation here.
When I am compiling this code it shows error like that.(Please refer the image)
Can anyone help me to solve this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 12:43
Change this line :
I have this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 10:46
It's because that shape is made with linear gradient as background, so you just need to adjust gradient percentages:
background: linear-gradient(25deg, yellow 50%, transparent 50%);
background: linear-gradient(25deg, yellow 20%, transparent 20%);
I know there are some other questions (with answers) to this topic. But no of these was helpful for me.
I have a postfix server (postfix 3.4.14 on debian 10) with following configuration (only the interesting section):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 08:30
Here I'm wondering about the line [in s_client]
New, TLSv1/SSLv3, Cipher is ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384
You're apparently using OpenSSL 1.0.2, where that's a basically useless relic. Back in the days when OpenSSL supported SSLv2 (mostly until 2010, although almost no one used it much after 2000), the ciphersuite values used for SSLv3 and up (including all TLS, but before 2014 OpenSSL didn't implement higher than TLS1.0) were structured differently than those used for SSLv2, so it was important to qualify the ciphersuite by the 'universe' it existed in. It has almost nothing to do with the protocol version actually used, which appears later in the session-param decode:
So I have a problem that I have been noticing with selenium when I run it headless where some pages don't totally load/render some elements. I don't exactly know what's happening not to load 100%; maybe
JS not running?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 11:51
from selenium import webdriver from time import sleep options = webdriver.ChromeOptions() options.add_argument("--window-size=1920,1080") options.add_argument("--headless") options.add_argument("--disable-gpu") options.add_argument( "user-agent=Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/87.0.4280.88 Safari/537.36") browser = webdriver.Chrome(options=options)
I am trying to convert form data to JSON to be sent using Jquery. I understand that this has been asked many times on SO, so far this is the best answer I have found
Answer from link above...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 23:00
I am very new to Python. I have a dummy dataset (25 X 6) for practice. Out of 6 columns, I have 1 target variable (binary) and 5 independent variables (4 categorical and 1 numeric). I am trying to view my target distribution by the values within each of the 4 categorical columns (and without writing code for separate columns - but with a
for loop usage so that I can scale it up for bigger datasets in the future). Something like below:
I am already successful in doing that (image above), but since I could only think of achieving this by using counters inside a
for loop, I don't think this is Python elegant, and pretty sure there could be a better way of doing it (something like
CarWash.groupby([i,'ReversedPayment']).size().reset_index().pivot(index = i,columns = 'ReversedPayment',values=0).axes.plot(kind='bar', stacked=True). I am struggling in handling this
ax = setting) Below is my non-elegant Python code (not scalable):
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 22:42
The best way to make your code less repetitive for many potential columns is to make a function that plots on an axis. That way you can simply adjust with 3 parameters basically:
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You can use Usage 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 Usage 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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