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Pind is a Java library. Pind has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However Pind build file is not available and it has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
An Android Pinterest client.
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  • It has 45 star(s) with 20 fork(s). There are 10 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 0 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 1909 days. There are no pull requests.
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  • The latest version of Pind is current.
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  • It has 5340 lines of code, 348 functions and 46 files.
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  • Called when an options item is selected .
    • Builds a full URL to a specific category
      • Download image from url
        • Resize a bitmap
          • Called when grid content is updated .
            • Parses a pin wall .
              • Build the category map .
                • On create view .
                  • Generate a Bitmap from png .
                    • Check if the photo has been uploaded .

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                      An Android Pinterest client.

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                      Transform lapply to foreach with %doPar%

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                      ll <- list(1:100, runif(100,1,100), runif(100,1,100))
                      str(ll)
                      #> List of 3
                      #>  $ : int [1:100] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 70.67 66.75 68.86 2.43 81.77 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 16.6 69.1 19.3 26 38.9 ...
                      
                      a <- lapply(ll, function(x) sample(x,length(x)))
                      head(a)
                      #> [[1]]
                      #>   [1]   3  23  13  64  74   7  58  59  17  11  43  44  50  48  73  81  29  67
                      #>  [19]  85  63  65  33  69  26   4   9  90  10  49  55  18  37  60  16  38   8
                      #>  [37]  93  68  56  53  66  28  32  98 100  35  27  51  86  34  91  84  24  36
                      #> 
                      #> [[2]]
                      #>   [1] 26.513604 74.068939 97.832879 28.087427 45.702629 36.197734 73.750857
                      #>   [8]  4.787503 87.940046 94.818512 23.615396 94.208696 55.958827 44.829987
                      #>  [15] 33.290580 73.262774 37.659771 80.607355  7.348920 76.873206 48.308093
                      #> 
                      #> [[3]]
                      #>   [1] 28.675232 45.070406 42.649220 70.651547 41.259800 36.507617 33.017604
                      #>   [8]  7.931346 83.470752 51.315783  2.003685 22.047479 69.158748 10.031177
                      #>  [15] 91.584292 69.161923 32.277285 81.528899 95.630044 82.938548 75.106667
                      
                      
                      library(doParallel)
                      #> Loading required package: foreach
                      #> Loading required package: iterators
                      #> Loading required package: parallel
                      ncores <- detectCores()-1
                      cl <- parallel::makeCluster(ncores)
                      registerDoParallel(cl)
                      
                      b <- foreach(k = 1:length(ll), .combine = "c") %dopar% {
                        sample(ll[[k]],length(ll[[k]]))
                      }
                      
                      stopCluster(cl)
                      
                      head(b)
                      #> [1] 33 63 91 26 18 38
                      Created on 2021-09-28 by the reprex package (v2.0.1)
                      
                      ll <- list(1:100, runif(100,1,100), runif(100,1,100))
                      str(ll)
                      #> List of 3
                      #>  $ : int [1:100] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 70.67 66.75 68.86 2.43 81.77 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 16.6 69.1 19.3 26 38.9 ...
                      
                      a <- lapply(ll, function(x) sample(x,length(x)))
                      head(a)
                      #> [[1]]
                      #>   [1]   3  23  13  64  74   7  58  59  17  11  43  44  50  48  73  81  29  67
                      #>  [19]  85  63  65  33  69  26   4   9  90  10  49  55  18  37  60  16  38   8
                      #>  [37]  93  68  56  53  66  28  32  98 100  35  27  51  86  34  91  84  24  36
                      #> 
                      #> [[2]]
                      #>   [1] 26.513604 74.068939 97.832879 28.087427 45.702629 36.197734 73.750857
                      #>   [8]  4.787503 87.940046 94.818512 23.615396 94.208696 55.958827 44.829987
                      #>  [15] 33.290580 73.262774 37.659771 80.607355  7.348920 76.873206 48.308093
                      #> 
                      #> [[3]]
                      #>   [1] 28.675232 45.070406 42.649220 70.651547 41.259800 36.507617 33.017604
                      #>   [8]  7.931346 83.470752 51.315783  2.003685 22.047479 69.158748 10.031177
                      #>  [15] 91.584292 69.161923 32.277285 81.528899 95.630044 82.938548 75.106667
                      
                      
                      library(doParallel)
                      #> Loading required package: foreach
                      #> Loading required package: iterators
                      #> Loading required package: parallel
                      ncores <- detectCores()-1
                      cl <- parallel::makeCluster(ncores)
                      registerDoParallel(cl)
                      
                      b <- foreach(k = 1:length(ll), .combine = "c") %dopar% {
                        sample(ll[[k]],length(ll[[k]]))
                      }
                      
                      stopCluster(cl)
                      
                      head(b)
                      #> [1] 33 63 91 26 18 38
                      Created on 2021-09-28 by the reprex package (v2.0.1)
                      
                      ll <- list(1:100, runif(100,1,100), runif(100,1,100))
                      str(ll)
                      #> List of 3
                      #>  $ : int [1:100] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 70.67 66.75 68.86 2.43 81.77 ...
                      #>  $ : num [1:100] 16.6 69.1 19.3 26 38.9 ...
                      
                      a <- lapply(ll, function(x) sample(x,length(x)))
                      head(a)
                      #> [[1]]
                      #>   [1]   3  23  13  64  74   7  58  59  17  11  43  44  50  48  73  81  29  67
                      #>  [19]  85  63  65  33  69  26   4   9  90  10  49  55  18  37  60  16  38   8
                      #>  [37]  93  68  56  53  66  28  32  98 100  35  27  51  86  34  91  84  24  36
                      #> 
                      #> [[2]]
                      #>   [1] 26.513604 74.068939 97.832879 28.087427 45.702629 36.197734 73.750857
                      #>   [8]  4.787503 87.940046 94.818512 23.615396 94.208696 55.958827 44.829987
                      #>  [15] 33.290580 73.262774 37.659771 80.607355  7.348920 76.873206 48.308093
                      #> 
                      #> [[3]]
                      #>   [1] 28.675232 45.070406 42.649220 70.651547 41.259800 36.507617 33.017604
                      #>   [8]  7.931346 83.470752 51.315783  2.003685 22.047479 69.158748 10.031177
                      #>  [15] 91.584292 69.161923 32.277285 81.528899 95.630044 82.938548 75.106667
                      
                      
                      library(doParallel)
                      #> Loading required package: foreach
                      #> Loading required package: iterators
                      #> Loading required package: parallel
                      ncores <- detectCores()-1
                      cl <- parallel::makeCluster(ncores)
                      registerDoParallel(cl)
                      
                      b <- foreach(k = 1:length(ll), .combine = "c") %dopar% {
                        sample(ll[[k]],length(ll[[k]]))
                      }
                      
                      stopCluster(cl)
                      
                      head(b)
                      #> [1] 33 63 91 26 18 38
                      Created on 2021-09-28 by the reprex package (v2.0.1)
                      

                      Removed class on radio button on click anywhere

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                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      <div class="commonClass someOtherClass"> //first div
                      <div class="commonClass"> //2nd div
                      //and so on!! just add "commonClass" to these div's
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                          $("div.commonClass").removeClass("ff_item_selected"); 
                          //this line will remove ff_item_selected class from all your divs (the ones who are members of commonClass)
                          
                          $(this).addClass("ff_item_selected");
                          //this line will add the ff_item_selected class only to the item that was clicked.
                      });
                      
                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      <div class="commonClass someOtherClass"> //first div
                      <div class="commonClass"> //2nd div
                      //and so on!! just add "commonClass" to these div's
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                          $("div.commonClass").removeClass("ff_item_selected"); 
                          //this line will remove ff_item_selected class from all your divs (the ones who are members of commonClass)
                          
                          $(this).addClass("ff_item_selected");
                          //this line will add the ff_item_selected class only to the item that was clicked.
                      });
                      
                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      <div class="commonClass someOtherClass"> //first div
                      <div class="commonClass"> //2nd div
                      //and so on!! just add "commonClass" to these div's
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                          $("div.commonClass").removeClass("ff_item_selected"); 
                          //this line will remove ff_item_selected class from all your divs (the ones who are members of commonClass)
                          
                          $(this).addClass("ff_item_selected");
                          //this line will add the ff_item_selected class only to the item that was clicked.
                      });
                      
                      jQuery("div").click(function(){   
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                      
                      <div class="commonClass someOtherClass"> //first div
                      <div class="commonClass"> //2nd div
                      //and so on!! just add "commonClass" to these div's
                      
                      $("div.commonClass").click(function(){
                          $("div.commonClass").removeClass("ff_item_selected"); 
                          //this line will remove ff_item_selected class from all your divs (the ones who are members of commonClass)
                          
                          $(this).addClass("ff_item_selected");
                          //this line will add the ff_item_selected class only to the item that was clicked.
                      });
                      

                      How to Convert unsigned long int to char to show on LCD in C

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                      #define MASK32ULONG 1000000000UL
                      #define MASK16UINT  10000
                      
                      char *toDecimal(char *buff, unsigned long val)
                      {
                          unsigned long mask = MASK32ULONG;
                          unsigned long remain;
                          char *wrk = buff;
                      
                          do
                          {
                              int digit = val / mask;
                      
                              if(digit || !val) *wrk++ = '0' + digit;
                              val %= mask;
                              mask /= 10;
                          }while(val);
                          *wrk = 0;
                          return buff;
                      }
                      

                      Combine values from duplicated rows into one based on condition (in R)

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                      library(dplyr)
                      library(tidyr)
                      
                      df1 %>%
                        group_by(year, name) %>%
                        mutate(group = row_number()) %>%
                        pivot_wider(
                          id_cols = c(year, name),
                          names_from = group,
                          names_prefix = "position",
                          values_from = position
                        ) %>%
                        inner_join(
                          df1 %>%
                            group_by(year, name) %>%
                            mutate(group = row_number()) %>%
                            pivot_wider(
                              id_cols = c(year, name),
                              names_from = group,
                              names_prefix = "prestige",
                              values_from = prestige_1
                            ),
                          by = c("year", "name")
                        )
                      
                      library(dplyr)
                      library(tidyr)
                      
                      data %>%
                        rename(prestige=prestige_1) %>%
                        arrange(year, name, match(prestige, c("High", "Medium", "Low"))) %>%
                        group_by(year, name) %>%
                        mutate(n=row_number()) %>%
                        pivot_wider(names_from=n, values_from=c(position, prestige)) %>%
                        ungroup()
                      
                      # A tibble: 205 x 8
                          year name                  position_1                          position_2                             position_3 prestige_1 prestige_2 prestige_3
                         <int> <chr>                 <chr>                               <chr>                                  <chr>      <chr>      <chr>      <chr>     
                       1  2010 Benedikte Kiaer       Min. Of Social Affairs              NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       2  2010 Bertel Haarder        Min. Of Interior Affairs            Min. Of Health                         NA         High       Medium     NA        
                       3  2010 Birthe Ronn Hornbech  Min. Of Ecclesiastical Affairs      Min. Of Refugees, Immigration & Integ~ NA         Medium     Low        NA        
                       4  2010 Brian Mikkelsen       Min. Of Economic & Business Affairs NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       5  2010 Charlotte Sahl Madsen Min. Of Science, Technology & Inno~ NA                                     NA         Low        NA         NA        
                       6  2010 Claus Hjort Frederik~ Min. Of Finance                     NA                                     NA         High       NA         NA        
                       7  2010 Gitte Lillelund Bech  Min. Of Defense                     NA                                     NA         High       NA         NA        
                       8  2010 Hans Christian Schmi~ Min. Of Transport                   NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       9  2010 Henrik Hoegh          Min. Of Food, Agriculture & Fisher~ NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                      10  2010 Inger Stojberg        Min. Of Employment                  NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                      # ... with 195 more rows
                      
                      library(dplyr)
                      library(tidyr)
                      
                      data %>%
                        rename(prestige=prestige_1) %>%
                        arrange(year, name, match(prestige, c("High", "Medium", "Low"))) %>%
                        group_by(year, name) %>%
                        mutate(n=row_number()) %>%
                        pivot_wider(names_from=n, values_from=c(position, prestige)) %>%
                        ungroup()
                      
                      # A tibble: 205 x 8
                          year name                  position_1                          position_2                             position_3 prestige_1 prestige_2 prestige_3
                         <int> <chr>                 <chr>                               <chr>                                  <chr>      <chr>      <chr>      <chr>     
                       1  2010 Benedikte Kiaer       Min. Of Social Affairs              NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       2  2010 Bertel Haarder        Min. Of Interior Affairs            Min. Of Health                         NA         High       Medium     NA        
                       3  2010 Birthe Ronn Hornbech  Min. Of Ecclesiastical Affairs      Min. Of Refugees, Immigration & Integ~ NA         Medium     Low        NA        
                       4  2010 Brian Mikkelsen       Min. Of Economic & Business Affairs NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       5  2010 Charlotte Sahl Madsen Min. Of Science, Technology & Inno~ NA                                     NA         Low        NA         NA        
                       6  2010 Claus Hjort Frederik~ Min. Of Finance                     NA                                     NA         High       NA         NA        
                       7  2010 Gitte Lillelund Bech  Min. Of Defense                     NA                                     NA         High       NA         NA        
                       8  2010 Hans Christian Schmi~ Min. Of Transport                   NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                       9  2010 Henrik Hoegh          Min. Of Food, Agriculture & Fisher~ NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                      10  2010 Inger Stojberg        Min. Of Employment                  NA                                     NA         Medium     NA         NA        
                      # ... with 195 more rows
                      
                      setDT(df)
                      setnames(df, "prestige_1", "prestige")
                      dcast(data = df, formula = year + name ~ rowid(year, name), value.var = c("position", "prestige"))[order(year, name)]
                      
                      library(dplyr)
                      
                      df %>%
                        rename(prestige = prestige_1) %>%
                        mutate(prestige = as.factor(prestige) %>% forcats::fct_relevel("High", "Medium")) %>%
                        arrange(prestige) %>%
                        group_by(year, name) %>%
                        mutate(row = row_number()) %>%
                        tidyr::pivot_wider(id_cols = c(year, name), names_from = row, values_from = c(position, prestige)) %>%
                        select(year, name, names(.) %>% readr::parse_number() %>% order())
                      
                      #> # A tibble: 205 x 8
                      #> # Groups:   year, name [205]
                      #>     year name  position_1 prestige_1 position_2 prestige_2 position_3 prestige_3
                      #>    <int> <chr> <chr>      <fct>      <chr>      <fct>      <chr>      <fct>     
                      #>  1  2010 Gitt… Min. Of D… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  2  2010 Clau… Min. Of F… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  3  2010 Lene… Min. Of F… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  4  2010 Bert… Min. Of I… High       Min. Of H… Medium     <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  5  2010 Kare… Min. Of N… High       Min. Of E… Medium     <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  6  2011 Gitt… Min. Of D… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  7  2011 Clau… Min. Of F… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  8  2011 Lene… Min. Of F… High       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>       <NA>      
                      #>  9  2011 Bert… Min. Of I… High       Min. Of H… Medium     <NA>       <NA>      
                      #> 10  2011 Kare… Min. Of N… High       Min. Of E… Medium     <NA>       <NA>      
                      #> # … with 195 more rows
                      

                      How can I make classes easily configurable without run-time overhead?

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                      struct YesterdaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 3;
                          static const byte pinB = 4;
                          static const byte pinC = 5;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 7;
                          static const byte pinF = 8;
                          static const byte pinG = 9;
                          static const byte pinDP = 10;
                      };
                      
                      struct TodaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 12;
                          static const byte pinB = 10;
                          static const byte pinC = 7;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 5;
                          static const byte pinF = 9;
                          static const byte pinG = 8;
                          static const byte pinDP = 13;
                      
                          // Easy to extend:
                          static const byte extraData = 0xFF;
                          using customType = double;
                      };
                      
                      template<typename ConfigT>
                      class SevenSeg {
                      public:
                          SevenSeg() {
                              theHardware.setSegmentPins(
                                  ConfigT::pinA,
                                  ConfigT::pinB,
                                  ConfigT::pinC,
                                  ConfigT::pinD,
                                  ConfigT::pinE,
                                  ConfigT::pinF,
                                  ConfigT::pinG,
                                  ConfigT::pinDP
                              );
                          }
                      };
                      
                      auto display = SevenSeg<TodaysConfig>{};
                      
                      struct YesterdaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 3;
                          static const byte pinB = 4;
                          static const byte pinC = 5;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 7;
                          static const byte pinF = 8;
                          static const byte pinG = 9;
                          static const byte pinDP = 10;
                      };
                      
                      struct TodaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 12;
                          static const byte pinB = 10;
                          static const byte pinC = 7;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 5;
                          static const byte pinF = 9;
                          static const byte pinG = 8;
                          static const byte pinDP = 13;
                      
                          // Easy to extend:
                          static const byte extraData = 0xFF;
                          using customType = double;
                      };
                      
                      template<typename ConfigT>
                      class SevenSeg {
                      public:
                          SevenSeg() {
                              theHardware.setSegmentPins(
                                  ConfigT::pinA,
                                  ConfigT::pinB,
                                  ConfigT::pinC,
                                  ConfigT::pinD,
                                  ConfigT::pinE,
                                  ConfigT::pinF,
                                  ConfigT::pinG,
                                  ConfigT::pinDP
                              );
                          }
                      };
                      
                      auto display = SevenSeg<TodaysConfig>{};
                      
                      struct YesterdaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 3;
                          static const byte pinB = 4;
                          static const byte pinC = 5;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 7;
                          static const byte pinF = 8;
                          static const byte pinG = 9;
                          static const byte pinDP = 10;
                      };
                      
                      struct TodaysConfig {
                          static const byte pinA = 12;
                          static const byte pinB = 10;
                          static const byte pinC = 7;
                          static const byte pinD = 6;
                          static const byte pinE = 5;
                          static const byte pinF = 9;
                          static const byte pinG = 8;
                          static const byte pinDP = 13;
                      
                          // Easy to extend:
                          static const byte extraData = 0xFF;
                          using customType = double;
                      };
                      
                      template<typename ConfigT>
                      class SevenSeg {
                      public:
                          SevenSeg() {
                              theHardware.setSegmentPins(
                                  ConfigT::pinA,
                                  ConfigT::pinB,
                                  ConfigT::pinC,
                                  ConfigT::pinD,
                                  ConfigT::pinE,
                                  ConfigT::pinF,
                                  ConfigT::pinG,
                                  ConfigT::pinDP
                              );
                          }
                      };
                      
                      auto display = SevenSeg<TodaysConfig>{};
                      
                      template<class T = type>
                      auto pgm_read(const T *p) {
                          if constexpr (std::is_same<T, float>::value) {
                              return pgm_read_float(p);
                          } else if constexpr (sizeof(T) == 1) {
                              return pgm_read_byte(p);
                          } else if constexpr (sizeof(T) == 2) {
                              return pgm_read_word(p);
                          } else if constexpr (sizeof(T) == 4) {
                              return pgm_read_dword(p);
                          }
                      }
                      
                      #ifdef setting_identification_macro
                      #include "corresponding_config.h"
                      #endif
                      

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                      Controlling one single bit on a certain port in AVR chips using macros in C

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                      PORTD.0 = 0; // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD.0 = 1; // Or to high
                      
                      
                      PORTD = (1<<PORTD0); // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD = (0<<PORTD0); // and high
                      
                      PORTD |= (1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 high in PORTD 
                      PORTD &= ~(1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 low in PORTD 
                      PORTD ^= (1<<PORTD0); //toggles PORTD0 in PORTD 
                      
                      
                      #define BitSet(Port,Bit) (Port|=(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitClear(Port,Bit) (Port&=~(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitToggle(Port,Bit) (Port^=(1<<Bit))
                      
                      #define SetBits(Port,BitMask) (Port|=BitMask)
                      #define ClearBits(Port,BitMask) (Port&=~BitMask)
                      #define ToggleBits(Port,BitMask) (Port^=BitMask)
                      
                      
                      
                      //then you can use it
                      BitSet(PORTD,0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      // or
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      ...
                      
                      SetBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Sets the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      ClearBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Clear the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      
                      
                      
                      PORTD.0 = 0; // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD.0 = 1; // Or to high
                      
                      
                      PORTD = (1<<PORTD0); // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD = (0<<PORTD0); // and high
                      
                      PORTD |= (1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 high in PORTD 
                      PORTD &= ~(1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 low in PORTD 
                      PORTD ^= (1<<PORTD0); //toggles PORTD0 in PORTD 
                      
                      
                      #define BitSet(Port,Bit) (Port|=(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitClear(Port,Bit) (Port&=~(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitToggle(Port,Bit) (Port^=(1<<Bit))
                      
                      #define SetBits(Port,BitMask) (Port|=BitMask)
                      #define ClearBits(Port,BitMask) (Port&=~BitMask)
                      #define ToggleBits(Port,BitMask) (Port^=BitMask)
                      
                      
                      
                      //then you can use it
                      BitSet(PORTD,0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      // or
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      ...
                      
                      SetBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Sets the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      ClearBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Clear the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      
                      
                      
                      PORTD.0 = 0; // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD.0 = 1; // Or to high
                      
                      
                      PORTD = (1<<PORTD0); // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD = (0<<PORTD0); // and high
                      
                      PORTD |= (1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 high in PORTD 
                      PORTD &= ~(1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 low in PORTD 
                      PORTD ^= (1<<PORTD0); //toggles PORTD0 in PORTD 
                      
                      
                      #define BitSet(Port,Bit) (Port|=(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitClear(Port,Bit) (Port&=~(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitToggle(Port,Bit) (Port^=(1<<Bit))
                      
                      #define SetBits(Port,BitMask) (Port|=BitMask)
                      #define ClearBits(Port,BitMask) (Port&=~BitMask)
                      #define ToggleBits(Port,BitMask) (Port^=BitMask)
                      
                      
                      
                      //then you can use it
                      BitSet(PORTD,0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      // or
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      ...
                      
                      SetBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Sets the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      ClearBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Clear the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      
                      
                      
                      PORTD.0 = 0; // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD.0 = 1; // Or to high
                      
                      
                      PORTD = (1<<PORTD0); // Set Port D bit 0 to low
                      PORTD = (0<<PORTD0); // and high
                      
                      PORTD |= (1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 high in PORTD 
                      PORTD &= ~(1<<PORTD0); //sets bit PORTD0 low in PORTD 
                      PORTD ^= (1<<PORTD0); //toggles PORTD0 in PORTD 
                      
                      
                      #define BitSet(Port,Bit) (Port|=(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitClear(Port,Bit) (Port&=~(1<<Bit))
                      #define BitToggle(Port,Bit) (Port^=(1<<Bit))
                      
                      #define SetBits(Port,BitMask) (Port|=BitMask)
                      #define ClearBits(Port,BitMask) (Port&=~BitMask)
                      #define ToggleBits(Port,BitMask) (Port^=BitMask)
                      
                      
                      
                      //then you can use it
                      BitSet(PORTD,0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      // or
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD0) ; //Sets the bit0
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD1) ; //Sets the bit1
                      BitSet(PORTD,PORTD2) ; //Sets the bit2
                      ...
                      
                      SetBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Sets the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      ClearBits(PORTD,0x55) ; //Clear the bits 0,2,4, and 6. Leaves the other unchanged
                      
                      
                      

                      My Interrupt is not updating my value to my main, how should i set up my Interrupt?

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                      if(BIT_IS_CLEAR(PIND, PD2) & value==1)
                      
                      if(BIT_IS_CLEAR(PIND, PD2) && (0 != value))
                      
                      if(BIT_IS_CLEAR(PIND, PD2) & value==1)
                      
                      if(BIT_IS_CLEAR(PIND, PD2) && (0 != value))
                      
                      while (value==1)
                      {
                          ....
                      }
                      

                      TypeError: 'Image' object does not support item assignment

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                      sample = Image.open(path)
                      sample = np.asarray(sample, dtype=np.uint8)
                      

                      Regular expression to remove first occurrence of letters in a determined order

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                      import java.util.regex.Matcher;
                      import java.util.regex.Pattern;
                      
                      public class Main {
                      
                          public static String fixMixedText(String text) {
                              String[] rows = text.split("\n");
                              String[] newRows = new String[rows.length];
                      
                              String mString = "EE-Male";
                              String fString = "EE-Female";
                      
                              String mRegex = "(.*)" + String.join("(.*)", mString.split("")) + "(.*)";
                              String fRegex = "(.*)" + String.join("(.*)", fString.split("")) + "(.*)";
                      
                      
                              for (int i = 0; i < rows.length; ++i) {
                                  String[] cols = rows[i].split("\\s{2,}"); // 2 or more whitespaces
                                  assert(cols.length == 2);
                                  String[] newCols = new String[2];
                      
                                  if (i == 0) {
                                      newRows[i] = String.join("\t", cols);
                                      // don't do any more processing than this for header row
                                      continue;
                                  }
                                  
                                  Matcher m = Pattern.compile(fRegex).matcher(cols[1]);
                      
                                  boolean isFemaleMatch = m.find();
                      
                                  if (!isFemaleMatch) {
                                      m = Pattern.compile(mRegex).matcher(cols[1]);
                                      if (!m.find()) {
                                          // no matches of either type
                                          continue;
                                      }
                                  }
                      
                                  newCols[1] = isFemaleMatch ? fString : mString;
                                  StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
                                  for (int matchIdx = 1; matchIdx <= m.groupCount(); ++matchIdx) {
                                      // start loop at 1 because group(0) returns entire match
                                      sb.append(m.group(matchIdx));
                                  }
                                  newCols[0] = cols[0] + sb.toString();
                                  newRows[i] = String.join("\t", newCols);
                              }
                      
                              return String.join("\n", newRows);
                          }
                      
                          public static void main(String... args) {
                      
                              String origText = "Name                        Type\n" +
                                      "CHAK NO.162 NB PURANI AB    AEDEI-Male\n" +
                                      "EXCELLENT (ATTACH WITH GC   EEET-)M JaEleHLUM\n" +
                                      "PIND KHAN (TRATANI SAMAN    EDE) -Female\n" +
                                      "BASTI JAM SUMMAR PO RUKA    NEEP-UMRale\n" +
                                      "BASTI QAZIAN P/O KHANBEL    AEE-Female\n" +
                                      "GHAUS PUR MACHIAN PO RU     EKEA-FNe PmUaRle\n" +
                                      "NOOR MUHAMMAD CHEENR        AELE W-FAemLAale\n" +
                                      "PHATHI THARO KHELAN WAL     EI E-Female\n" +
                                      "WAH SAIDAN PO DAJAL RANJA   ENE P-MUaRle";
                      
                              String fixedText = fixMixedText(origText);
                              System.out.println(fixedText);
                      
                              /*
                              Name    Type
                              CHAK NO.162 NB PURANI ABADI EE-Male
                              EXCELLENT (ATTACH WITH GCET) JEHLUM EE-Male
                              PIND KHAN (TRATANI SAMAND)  EE-Female
                              BASTI JAM SUMMAR PO RUKANPUR    EE-Male
                              BASTI QAZIAN P/O KHANBELA   EE-Female
                              GHAUS PUR MACHIAN PO RUKAN PUR  EE-Female
                              NOOR MUHAMMAD CHEENRAL WALA EE-Female
                              PHATHI THARO KHELAN WALI    EE-Female
                              WAH SAIDAN PO DAJAL RANJAN PUR  EE-Male
                              */
                          }
                      }
                      
                      categories = ["EE-Male", "EE-Female"]
                      #Create a dictionary with categories as keys and a regular expression as values.
                      categories_regex = {}
                      for category in categories:
                          categories_regex[category] = ".*" + ".*".join(list(category)) + ".*"
                      
                      df['type'] = df.apply(lambda row : clean_categorical_var(row['type'], categories, categories_regex), axis = 1) 
                      df['name']  = df.apply(lambda row : clean_name_var(row, 'type', 'name', categories, 'type2'), axis = 1) 
                      df.drop(labels=["type"], axis=1, inplace = True) 
                      df.rename(columns={"type2":"type"}, inplace = True)
                      
                      def clean_categorical_var(categorical_cell, categories, categories_regex):
                          '''
                          Cleans a categorical variable cell such as the type variable. 
                          Input:
                              categorical_cell (str): content of the categorical cell tu clean
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              categories_regex (dic): categories as keys and a regular expression for 
                                                      each category as values.
                          Output:
                              cleaned_category (str): cleaned category without the mixed letters.
                          '''
                          cleaned_category = np.nan
                          for category in categories:
                              regex = categories_regex[category]
                              if re.match(regex, categorical_cell):
                                  cleaned_category = category
                      
                          return cleaned_category
                      
                      
                      def remove_letters(category, string_to_clean):
                          '''
                          Removes the letters on the category to recover the letters missing on the previous column. 
                          Input:
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the 
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              string_to_clean (str): categorical column dirty from where to recover the missing letters
                          Output:
                              cleaned_name (str): cleaned name with the letters that were missing at the end.
                          '''
                          category = list(category) 
                          letters_index_to_delete = []
                          for n, letter in enumerate(list(string_to_clean)):
                                  if letter == category[0]:
                                      letters_index_to_delete.append(n)
                                      del category[0]
                                      if not category:
                                          break
                          return letters_index_to_delete
                      
                      
                      def clean_name_var(row, categorical_column, name_column, categories, 
                                         categorical_column2='categorical_column_cleaned'):
                          '''
                          Cleans a name variable adding the letters that were missing at the end. 
                          Input:
                              row (df.row): The row from the df to be cleaned
                              categorical_column (str): name of the column with the categories (ex. type)
                              name_column (str): name of the column to be cleaned
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the 
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              categorical_column2 (str): name of the column with the categories cleaned (ex. type)
                          Output:
                              cleaned_name (str): cleaned name with the letters that were missing at the end.
                          '''
                      
                          letters_index_to_delete = []
                          col_name_end = list(row[categorical_column])
                          if row[categorical_column] in categories:
                              return row[name_column]
                          for category in categories:
                              if row[categorical_column2] == category:
                                  letters_index_to_delete = remove_letters(category, row[categorical_column])
                                  break 
                          for n in sorted(letters_index_to_delete, reverse=True):
                              del col_name_end[n]
                      
                          return row[name_column]+''.join(col_name_end)
                      
                      categories = ["EE-Male", "EE-Female"]
                      #Create a dictionary with categories as keys and a regular expression as values.
                      categories_regex = {}
                      for category in categories:
                          categories_regex[category] = ".*" + ".*".join(list(category)) + ".*"
                      
                      df['type'] = df.apply(lambda row : clean_categorical_var(row['type'], categories, categories_regex), axis = 1) 
                      df['name']  = df.apply(lambda row : clean_name_var(row, 'type', 'name', categories, 'type2'), axis = 1) 
                      df.drop(labels=["type"], axis=1, inplace = True) 
                      df.rename(columns={"type2":"type"}, inplace = True)
                      
                      def clean_categorical_var(categorical_cell, categories, categories_regex):
                          '''
                          Cleans a categorical variable cell such as the type variable. 
                          Input:
                              categorical_cell (str): content of the categorical cell tu clean
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              categories_regex (dic): categories as keys and a regular expression for 
                                                      each category as values.
                          Output:
                              cleaned_category (str): cleaned category without the mixed letters.
                          '''
                          cleaned_category = np.nan
                          for category in categories:
                              regex = categories_regex[category]
                              if re.match(regex, categorical_cell):
                                  cleaned_category = category
                      
                          return cleaned_category
                      
                      
                      def remove_letters(category, string_to_clean):
                          '''
                          Removes the letters on the category to recover the letters missing on the previous column. 
                          Input:
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the 
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              string_to_clean (str): categorical column dirty from where to recover the missing letters
                          Output:
                              cleaned_name (str): cleaned name with the letters that were missing at the end.
                          '''
                          category = list(category) 
                          letters_index_to_delete = []
                          for n, letter in enumerate(list(string_to_clean)):
                                  if letter == category[0]:
                                      letters_index_to_delete.append(n)
                                      del category[0]
                                      if not category:
                                          break
                          return letters_index_to_delete
                      
                      
                      def clean_name_var(row, categorical_column, name_column, categories, 
                                         categorical_column2='categorical_column_cleaned'):
                          '''
                          Cleans a name variable adding the letters that were missing at the end. 
                          Input:
                              row (df.row): The row from the df to be cleaned
                              categorical_column (str): name of the column with the categories (ex. type)
                              name_column (str): name of the column to be cleaned
                              categories (list): list with the values (str) supposed to find on the 
                                                 categorical column (ex. EE-Male, EE-Female)
                              categorical_column2 (str): name of the column with the categories cleaned (ex. type)
                          Output:
                              cleaned_name (str): cleaned name with the letters that were missing at the end.
                          '''
                      
                          letters_index_to_delete = []
                          col_name_end = list(row[categorical_column])
                          if row[categorical_column] in categories:
                              return row[name_column]
                          for category in categories:
                              if row[categorical_column2] == category:
                                  letters_index_to_delete = remove_letters(category, row[categorical_column])
                                  break 
                          for n in sorted(letters_index_to_delete, reverse=True):
                              del col_name_end[n]
                      
                          return row[name_column]+''.join(col_name_end)
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      C Blink and Interrupt project

                      Asked 2021-Oct-06 at 13:38

                      I am stuck and do not know where to start.

                      Modify the sample code you were given to make it function just like the assembly code written previously.

                      The LED on B0 should flash continuously. Whenever you press the switch, the other 3 LEDs shoul d display the next number in the counting sequence 0 -> 7 and then wrap back around to 0.

                      -Sample code that needs to be modified C Blink and interrupt code

                      #include <avr/io.h>
                      #define F_CPU 1000000UL  // 1 MHz
                      #include <util/delay.h>
                      #include <avr/interrupt.h>
                      
                      ISR(PCINT2_vect) { /* Run every time there is a change on button */
                              if (PIND & (1 << PIND0)) {    
                                  PORTD |= (1<<PORTD1);
                                  PORTD |= (1<<PORTD2);
                                  PORTD |= (1<<PORTD3);
                                  _delay_ms(250);
                                  PORTD &= ~ (1<<PORTD1);
                                  PORTD &= ~ (1<<PORTD2);
                                  PORTD &= ~ (1<<PORTD3);
                              }
                                  }
                      
                      void initInterrupt0(void) {
                          PCICR |= (1 << PCIE2); /* set pin-change interrupt for D pins */
                          PCMSK2 |= (1 << PCINT16); /* set mask to look for PCINT18 / PD2 */
                          sei(); /* set (global) interrupt enable bit */
                      }
                      
                      int main(void)
                      {
                          // -------- Inits --------- //
                          DDRB |= (1<<DDB0);
                          DDRD |= (1<<DDD1);
                          DDRD |= (1<<DDD2);
                          DDRD |= (1<<DDD3); 
                          initInterrupt0();
                          /* Blink code */
                          while (1) 
                          {
                              _delay_ms(200);
                              PORTB |= (1<<PORTB0);
                              _delay_ms(1000);
                              PORTB &= ~ (1<<PORTB0);
                              _delay_ms(1000);
                          }
                      }
                      

                      code from assembly

                      .include "m328pdef.inc"
                      
                          .def mask = r16 ; mask register
                      .def ledR = r17 ; led register
                      .def oLoopR = r18 ; outer loop register
                      .def iLoopRl = r24 ; inner loop register low
                      .def iLoopRh = r25 ; inner loop register high
                      
                      .equ oVal = 71 ; outer loop value
                      .equ iVal = 2048 ; inner loop value
                      
                          .org 0x0000
                          rjmp start
                      .org 0x000A
                      rjmp Interupt
                         
                      
                      ;start of blinking
                      
                      start:
                      sbi DDRD, 1
                      sbi DDRD, 2
                      sbi DDRD, 3
                      cbi DDRD, 0
                      
                      
                      ; interupt requirments
                         sei
                         lds r16, PCMSK2
                         ori r16, (1<<PCINT16)
                         sts PCMSK2, r16
                         lds r16, PCICR
                         ori r16, (1<<PCIE2)
                         sts PCICR, r16
                      
                         clr r20
                       
                          clr ledR ; clear led register
                      ldi mask,(1<<PINB0) ; load 00000001 into mask register
                      out DDRB,mask ; set PINB0 to output
                      
                       blink:
                      eor ledR,mask ; toggle PINB0 in led register
                      out PORTB,ledR ; write led register to PORTB
                      
                      ldi oLoopR,oVal ; initialize outer loop count
                      
                      oLoop: ldi iLoopRl,LOW(iVal) ; intialize inner loop count in inner
                      ldi iLoopRh,HIGH(iVal) ; loop high and low registers
                      
                      iLoop: sbiw iLoopRl,1 ; decrement inner loop registers
                      brne iLoop ; branch to iLoop if iLoop registers != 0
                      
                      dec oLoopR ; decrement outer loop register
                      brne oLoop ; branch to oLoop if outer loop register != 0
                      
                      rjmp blink ; jump back to start
                      
                      ;interupt code
                      
                      Interupt :
                      sbic   PIND, 0
                      rjmp   skip       ; if interupt has just happened skip everything under this
                      inc    r20
                      andi   r20, 0b00000111
                      mov    r19, r20
                      lsl    r19
                      in     r18, PIND
                      cbr    r18, 0b00001110
                      or     r18, r19
                      out    PortD, r18
                      skip:
                      reti
                          
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2021-Oct-06 at 13:36

                      General problems:

                      • All switches must be debounced. If not done in hardware with an RC filter, then it must be done in software.
                      • Enabling an interrupt on a GPIO input connected to a switch is a major mistake for the above reason. You can do so if you know what you are doing, but it's probably not a task for a beginner. See https://stackoverflow.com/a/23559522/584518.
                      • You cannot have 250ms busy-delays inside an ISR, that's completely senseless. In this case it will screw up the blinking frequency of the LED and block the button from triggering.

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69466690

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