kandi X-RAY | silencio Summary
kandi X-RAY | silencio Summary
Silencio is a library for transforming and converting any format such as XML, JSON or Properties files using well defined API. It is applicable for most of operations such as:. It is built from processors that manage transformations of the files (XML, JSON, Properties, etc.) decisions which decide which elements should be converted and converters that changes old value into new one.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Builds the processor
- Compares two formats
- Returns the name of the file
- Converts a given value into the available index
- Returns the value of this property
- Increment the next available index
- Convert a word to a word
- Loads content to string
- Generate the next header string
- Processes the configuration
- Writes the properties
- Processes the JSON
- Sets the configuration
- Process the configuration
- Create a regex pattern
- Creates a new URL
- Internal write method
- Real write method
- Re - load document
- Decide whether the key matches this pattern
- Initialize the map
- Validates the given content using the given converters
- Performs the actual conversion
- Processes the DOM
- Realize YAML structure
- Realizes the properties
silencio Key Features
silencio Examples and Code Snippets
Reader input = new FileReader("myStructure.json"); Writer output = new StringWriter(); Processor processor = new Builder(Format.JSON).with(Builder.NUMBER_SEQUENCE).build(); processor.load(input); processor.process(); processor.writ
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Trending Discussions on silencio
I'm trying to organize a big dataset by "correct" and "incorrect" answers. The condition for correct answer is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-30 at 16:23
If I've understood correctly, try creating the conditions, then filtering
df based on the condition:
I've made this bot to reply to tweets; it's detecting and registering the users id but it doesn't tweet at them and i don't know why.
What could it be?
I've deleted the token and keys from the code
the code should reply with one of the strings randomly from the
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-17 at 07:58
Did you change App permissons to "Read, Write, and Direct Messages" in Settings of your project? And after that you must regenerate keys and tokens.
As you can see, the directory exists and the file too, but for some reason, it's not being able to find the file to delete it.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-21 at 05:55
In your image file name is different, I believe wrong screen shared,
Also whenever dealing with fs and file paths use
path module and
you can update your path as below
xslt newbie here again. I'll preface this by saying that--like so many who ask questions here--I come from a different programming background, so I don't fully understand loops in xslt and I've probably come up with a contorted method to try to do what I want to do here and am 100% open to learning about other, better methods if this is all horribly misguided.
What I want to do: iterate over a collection of xml files and output csv files. I know how to go one by one and do this, but I want to automate it for a whole batch of files. I tried to figure out working with collections in xslt and gave up after a lot of failed attempts.
Each tei/xml file is named with a unique three-character code: esmpeople.xml, tdspeople.xml, ldbpeople.xml
I have another tei/xml file that lists these codes: codes.xml
So my thought was that I would loop over codes.xml, grab each code, then look for the corresponding xml file, and output a csv file. Here's my code:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-25 at 21:58
Inside of the
, the context node is the processed
//tei:listBibl/tei:bibl, so any selection should be relative to that, meaning, instead of
, you want
On a side note, if using XSLT 2 or 3, it is usually better to use the adequate version (i.e.
version="3.0") in your XSLT and not
version="1.0", as that puts the XSLT processor into XPath 1.0 backwards compatibility mode. You would only do that if you move XSLT 1.0 stylesheet previously processed by an XSLT 1 processor to an XSLT 2 or 3 processor.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use silencio 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 silencio 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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