kandi X-RAY | hobo Summary
kandi X-RAY | hobo Summary
An implementation of the Ticket To Ride board game
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Test the MersenneTwister algorithm
- Computes the next Gaussian
- Computes the next N words
- Generate a random float
- Evaluates a set of all possible outcomes
- Calculates the spanning tree of the given vehicles
- Computes the suplication score for the game
- Minimal move
- Writes the state of this RNG RNG
- Reads the state of this model from the stream
- Returns a decision
- This method returns a string describing the reason why it is illegal
- tune MCTs
- Applies a decision to a player
- Start the gameless program
- Apply a forced decision to a player
- Clone this state
- Display mission
- Compares two player states
- Determine the best wins
- Draws a decision
- Get the outcome designators
- Display a decision
- Meant for zero knowledge of a state
- Returns a string representation of this card
- Determines the decision
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How to remove VIM (completely) and change my mac command line editor to sublime?
I've spent the last three hours reading the same links on "how to remove VIM" only to get "how to remove MacVIM and reinstall it fresh" Or "How to remove Vim so I can reinstall it on Ubuntu"
My old laptop was fortunate to have a friend remove it but my new machine still has it installed.
I wish VIM would die in
"words redacted to excessive profanity" dumpster fire while a hobo "words redacted to excessive profanity" to put out the fire
I've lost way too many hours trying to learn that outdated neckbeard elvish piece of UX trash so I want it gone. No, I'm not touching emacs.
Please tell me there is a way I can switch to sublime or am I permanently cursed to have this confusing black screen of death pop up when I try to git push or git tag stuff?
My original goal was to tag a git and push it but vim comes up and I can't figure out how to speak elvish.
I've been using PyCharm for a few years and love the interface but I need to dig deeper and a TDD Django book for class uses the terminal, it wants me to git -a "comments" so I need your advice.
So now I can't learn TDD Django because vim, MacVim and eMacs users flood the internet but I can't remove it nor figure out how to work it.
brew uninstall macvim which doesn't work because I have vim not macvim
I also tried
sudo uninstall vim no luck as this is zsh mac not ubuntu
brew uninstall vim to get
No available formula or cask with the name "vim"
I've searched SO five times and keep getting the same links.
Alternates I've tried
brew uninstall ruby vim
per this post https://superuser.com/questions/1096438/brew-upgrade-broke-vim-on-os-x-dyld-library-not-loaded I tried, no luck....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 21:41
You don't have to remove Vim from your machine. Instead, tell your system and your tools to use Sublime Text as default editor. After you have followed that tutorial, which I must point out is part of Sublime Text's documentation, you should have a system-wide
subl command that you can use instead of
vim. For that, you need to add those lines to your shell configuration file:
I have temperature data taken every 30 minutes for 19 days (September 11th to 30th) and I'd like to change my x-axis labels to show each day or every other day and label it "Day 1", "Day 3", (...), instead of only three days labeled by date ("Sep 14") as shown in the next link: temperature plot.
Time data is in POSIXCT class. I'm attaching the ggplot coding I used. I'm leaving #scale_x_datetime to show one of my failed solutions....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 06:41
Try using -
Sometimes I need to call C++ objects from C. After some search, I know I can use
extern "C" to wrap some interfaces which can be called from C. Here is my code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-28 at 14:04
The best solution is to modify the code as follows :
I have over 100 csv files that contain data like this......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-26 at 04:15
I realized that a few of the files had 8 columns. I thought this might be the case and was trying to account for it with my original question code
colClasses = c(rep("character", 3), rep("NULL", 4)) When I switched the 4 to a 5 in ```rep("NULL", 5)), it correctly nullified that 8th column. I modified my original question code to be slightly more readable (maybe). This is my first real function, and it's nested to boot. It's sloppy but I'm pretty proud of it.
I am designing a system which needs to track tables of different types. It would be highly convenient to have one authoritative list of the tables*, and the best way to have this list would - I think - be as a list of Proxies, as at times I do need the type. I suppose HLists are an option, but even after 2 years of using Haskell a fair amount, they look unwieldy, so I was reaching for
- Actually, it would be best to have 0 lists, and just have a way to query all available instances of a particular type class at run time, but I'm not sure there's a way to do this (last I checked).
My code currently looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-18 at 21:28
To get a
TypeRep (unindexed) from a
I have a secret code that I want to decode.
I've gotten a alpabeth not with letters, but with emojies. The first emoji is A, second is B, third is C etc:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-09 at 11:10
You never/did not define variable
replacement_dictionary, yet you access(ed) it. Maybe this is the right code...
First time posting a question so if I am not explaining properly please let me know. I am still very new to AWS and trying my best to learn.
MAIN QUESTION: What is the simplest way for me to test that the following setup is working as intended?
I was working with AWS DynamoDB trying to follow this idea:
Where each UserId will be their partition key and they will only be able to read, write and delete information on their specific row/items.
I first create a table using the same name GameScores
I also create a user pool called "gamers" with all default setting.
I create a policy using the policy they have on the documention and call it "dynmodbgametable" the only thing I changed was the "Resource" to match the ARN of the dynamoDB "GameScores" I just created....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-09 at 20:20
For anyone that happens to stumble onto my post, I ended up going a slightly different route. It may not be useful for you but it is what solved my problem.
Because I was using AWS Amplify, I reached out to their discord (shout out to undef_obj for answering me!) he said the following:
looking at your link, you're attempting to leverage the IAM policy variables for Cognito Identity and craft your own access control matrix solution. While this is possible, it's going to be a lot of effort and testing with potential for security issues if something is implemented wrong. Assistance with that is outside the scope of the Amplify framework. However, if you're looking for fine grained authorization with Amplify this is built into the GraphQL Transformer @auth directive and I'd recommend looking at that. There are plenty of examples showing how to setup a React app to an Amplify GraphQL endpoint which uses AWS AppSync and DynamoDB as the backing store.
So I looked into this and found that using AWS AppSync worked for me!
I went to THIS LINK and followed some of the instructions there. Specifically: Amplify add api selected: GraphQl authroization type: Amazon Cognito User Pool (I already had user pool added to the project so it skipped the process of making a new user pool) I kept choosing the defaults until "Choose a schema template" I picked "Objects with fine-grained access control (e.g., a proj ect management app with owner-based authorization)"
From there it setup a sample project I could start learning GraphQL from and how to implement the fine-grained access control. Using the code from the getPrivateNote resolver was probably the most useful thing. I also used this appsync starter application to figure out how to interact with GraphQL from my react client. This whole process took me HOURS AND HOURS to figure out, and currently I am still trying to fully understand how it all works, but so far this AppSync GraphQL seems to be the best for my scenario. The built in query system that AppSync has made it easier to test access control (i.e login with one user and see if I only had access to my own items)
Here is what my reactjs code ended up looking like for the client side:
I have developed the following exercise, I must ensure that according to the department it shows me the cities that correspond to it based on the JSON file, so far I have managed to show me the departments in their selected selections, but I have not managed to show me only the cities that corresponds to each department in their respective selects. My code is the following: enter image description here
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-14 at 04:49
Every time the departmento select is changed, you are populating the ciudad select. You never empty the options added from the previous time the departmento select was changed.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-13 at 14:06
You aren't passing valid tax objects in the purchase_units array and its items array.
See here for an example: https://developer.paypal.com/docs/checkout/reference/server-integration/set-up-transaction/
See here for the API reference: https://developer.paypal.com/docs/api/orders/v2/#orders_create
I have the following *csv file, with has three "header" fields which are formatted differently than a csv file,
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-30 at 22:15
You can start by writing the hearder lines from the original file with
write(header_lines, filename), followed by your
fwrite command with the option
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You can use hobo 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 hobo 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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