kandi X-RAY | sopa Summary
kandi X-RAY | sopa Summary
SOPA is an android puzzle game. The game consists of an field which has 16 tiles. These tiles contains a tube or nothing. The games goal is to connect two doors which are on the side of the field with the tubes in the field, by moving the tubes. To play the game, the tubes has to be moved horizontal and vertical. As soon as the tubes connect the two doors a level is done.
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- Unload resources
- Unload all the level choices from the scene
- Unload the scene resources
- Unloads the tutorial
- Called when the cursor is positioned
- Performs one step
- Start the game server
- Loads and back - play score resources
- Create the level resources
- Prepare the manager
- Creates the button child scene
- Compares this tile with another tile
- Add level choose tiles
- Swipe touching area
- Add an animation to the scene
- Attaches the rectangles
- Returns a hashCode of this object
- Disposes scene
- Attaches text to the screen
- Called when the scene is visible
- Sets the score text
- Create button to show the button
- Step 1
- Add change level buttons
- Add text to the screen
- Called when the game is resolved
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I have a problem with a function I am trying to implement that needs to replace some letters (in a given string), for some other characters, defined on a dictionary.
I have this dictionary:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-24 at 02:37
You were on the right track. Here is your modified function without recursion or itertools. This code also allows the function to take either a single word or a list of words.
I have a df with three columns
[[SerieFecha, Título, Link]]. I want to create a loop that iterate over each link in the ['Link'] column to find and download the embedded pdf file.
I manage to do this one link at a time. But this approach is obviously not efficient.
This is what I have done so far....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-30 at 09:46
Just use the
df you already have. Loop over the items in that column, grab the source urls of the
I want to obtain a list of tags in a corporate web
When I try to obtain tags in it, this works...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-05 at 19:17
list(generator) usually works :)
I've created a RecyclerView that gets inflated with an ArrayList of Strings and I want to put extra information in an intent for the next activity to get the information. I can pass the position of the element in the reclyclerview(within the intent), but I also want to send the string value that appears in that element. The layout used by the adapter for the recylcerView has nothing but a TextView for displaying the values in the ArrayList of strings.
The problem is in the Adapter, because I want to be able to put an String as extra information in the intent. And what I have to change is the onItemClick method parameters inside ItemClickListener, but I don't know what to do next.
Here's the Adapter:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-13 at 11:05
You can add the following function to your adapter
I'm not very experienced in the world of scraping data, so the problem here may be obvious to some.
What I want is to scrape historical daily weather data from wunderground.com, without paying the API. Maybe it's not possible at all.
My method is simply to use
requests.get and save the whole text into a file (code below).
Instead of getting the tables that can be accessed from the web browser (see image below), the result is a file that has almost everything but those tables. Something like this:
No data recorded
No Data Recorded
What is weird is that if I save-as the web page with Firefox, the result depends on whether I choose 'web-page, only HTML' or 'web-page, complete': the latter includes the data I'm interested in, the former does not.
Is it possible that this is on purpose so nobody scrapes their data? I just wanted to make sure there is not a workaround this problem.
Thanks in advance, Juan
Note: I tried using the user-agent field to no avail....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-22 at 20:25
you could use selenium to ensure page load then pandas read_html to get tables
I have images from a SICK Trispector depth laser scanner. The image format is PNG. SICK calls it Trispector 2.5D PNG. The images contain both reflection data and depth data according to SICK's documentation. But SICK will not provide information on how to use this data without using their or partners' software. Essentially, what I need is the depth data. Reflection data might be a nice to have but is not necessary. The resulting image I get is monochrome. It seems to have the reflection data in the top part of the image and overlapping height data in the bottom. The scanned object is a crate of beer bottles with bottle caps. You can see an example here:
I have tried opening the image in many different image viewers and looked for information on 2.5D, but it does not appear to be relevant for this. In Matlab image preview I get one side of the height data individually, but I don't know how to use this information. See the following image from Matlab preview:
Does anyone know how to extrapolate the height data from an image like this? Maybe someone's worked with SICK's SOPAS or SICK scanners before, and understand this "2.5D PNG" format that SICK calls it. An OpenCV solution would be nice.
Edit: As @DanMašek comments, the problem is that of separating two images of different bitdepth from a single PNG. He provides further insight in the problem and a great OpenCV solution for separating the intensity and depth images as 8- and 16-bit, respectively:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-26 at 01:01
Note: This information is based on the SICK TriSpector FAQ located on the SICK support forums (not publicly accessible, but you can request access).
The PNG images generated by SICK TriSpector store a concatenation of two pixel buffers:
- An 8-bit intensity image
- A 16-bit (little-endian) heightmap image
The resulting PNG image has the same width as each component, and thrice the height (since the PNG is 8-bit, and we have 3 bytes in total for each pixel position).
Let's consider a simple example, where the components have 3 rows and 4 columns. The data stored in the PNG will have the following structure:
The first step, as illustrated above, is to split the image into the two components. The PNG contains 9 rows, a third of that is 3 rows -- hence rows 0-2 contain the intensity, and the rest is the heightmap. The intensity image is directly usable, heightmap needs some further processing.
If we're on a little-endian architecture and are not concerned about portability, we can take advantage of the in-memory layout and just reinterpret the pixel buffer as 16 bit unsigned integers (in Python
numpy.ndarray.view, in C++ create a new
Mat wrapping the buffer).
The more flexible, albeit slower method is to combine the parts manually. Reshape the array to have the correct number of rows, then split it up based on odd or even column number (Skip indexing in Python). Convert each sub-array into 16bit unsigned integers, and finally combine them according to the formula
LSB + 256 * HSB.
Example script in Python:
Hello I'm trying to obtain all of the /pubmed/ numbers that link me to the abstract of articles that are from a specific author. The problem is that when I tried to do it, I only obtain the same number over and over again until the for loop its over.
The href that I'm trying to obtain it should be taken from the output of
for line in lines loop (the specific href is in the output example). That loop seems to work well but then, the
for abstract in abstracts loop only repeat the same href.
Any suggestion or idea what I'm missing or doing wrong. I don't have much experience with bs4 so probably I'm not using the library very well....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-14 at 20:34
Given that using the URL https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=valvano+MA returns the correct results you can use the following regex example.
I've a screen where I insert dynamic inputs with js. I work with two tables, where one I insert basic information and the other I use a FK to insert the
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-27 at 13:32
you can try making an array off the objects you are expecting, and in the controller, bind to a collection. I usually bind to an
So your controller would look like
public ActionResult Create(ICollection objs)
//do controller work here
Then your HTML inputs for each object property would have an array index
Inputs can't be empty
I tried to put the fields with the .equals("") method but it doesn't work...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-09 at 21:21
to know if a string is empty you better use
I have to read a text file of letters using matrix linked lists, where each letter must have 8 pointers around it.
Here is what i have to do: enter image description here
The text file is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-03 at 17:47
each letter must have 8 pointers around it.
That means your letter structure should be something like
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You can use sopa 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 sopa 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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