kandi X-RAY | Moo Summary
kandi X-RAY | Moo Summary
It's not uncommon to need to do some mapping from one object model to another, whether that's data transfer objects, an anti-corruption layer, or something else. Two projects I've been on have written code similar to this, and I thought it was time to start re-using rather than building from scratch.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create a new instance of the given target object
- Gets the source property
- Returns the value of the property
- Returns an object translator for the given destination class
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I have an array of SKUs of a product in MongoDB and I want to sort it as following. I tried it with Map and set but it is returning only unique values. I want this response from the API. How can I achieve this. I already did it for categories with recursive function parentId but this is tricky....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 09:31
To obtain the result using moongoose you can use the same query used here with your model in the controller.
I currently have a function that looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-05 at 18:39
You can do it like this:
I am testing my object oriented programming file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-15 at 14:40
The first argument of passed to
init is always implicitly the constructed instance. You should handle this in the definition too:
Very simple setup, please do try this at home.test.ps1 ...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-09 at 16:47
In order to invoke a script file (
.ps1) with arguments, use the PowerShell CLI's
-File parameter, not the (implied)
My first ever question. On 'maning-up' to learn c++ I have myself in a tangle over scope. My understanding is that variables defined in functions should cannot be passe dout of scope. But I have been this like the below A LOT and it works everytime with no problems. What am i missing?
I have defined some inline functions in ns1.cpp like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 20:45
C++ has a really stupid quirk where functions cannot take a array by value as a parameter.
I'm using clear to delete a dictionary. So imagine I want to delete the first dictionary which is called newDict....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 08:35
clear() method cleans out all the key-value pairs, leaving an empty dict. That refers to the dict repr method. If you want to clean the object completely, just
del text. The GC then will destroy the object in the memory. But be careful: after deleting variable is destroyed completely, so you'll get
NameError: name 'text' is not defined when
print('text =', text) occurs.
Another approach here is to subclass
dict class, but implement your own
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-30 at 20:23
Use URLSearchParams to parse the strings into key-value pairs and then combine them.
I am trying to understand how polymorphism works when using a trait with an associated type. Consider the following trait:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-22 at 15:00
&Animal is short for
dyn Animal is a trait object type, and it only exists for a given trait if the trait is object-safe. Traits with associated types are not object-safe, because
dyn Animal cannot implement
Animal without specifying the associated type
This is an inherent limitation of runtime polymorphism (trait objects): you don't know the concrete type, so you can't know its associated type.²
If you want to create a vector of things you can call
.talk() on, it's easy enough to create a trait just for that (playground):
Say I had a simple language to parse in nearley that's just made of strings.
"this is a string"
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-22 at 06:03
I'd use a regex-based lexer, certainly. But you could try to write an unambiguous grammar, based on the observation that you can never have two adjacent
chars in a
I have a large table with a comments column (contains large strings of text) and a date column on which the comment was posted. I created a separate vector of keywords (we'll call this key) and I want to count how many matches there are for each day. This gets me close, however it counts matches across the entire dataset, where I need it broken down by each day. The code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 18:50
As pointed out in the comments, you can use
dplyr to accomplish this.
First, you can extract keywords for each comment/sentence. Then
unnest so each keyword is in a separate row with a date.
group_by with both date and comment included (to get frequency for combination of date and keyword together). The use of
n() will give number of mentions.
Here's a complete example:
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