kandi X-RAY | BusLine Summary
kandi X-RAY | BusLine Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Creates the bus line
- Init data structures
- Set the OnBusStationClick listener
- Set the bus line data
- Compute the height of the bus line
- This function initializes the road state
- Handle touch event
- On tap
- Add velocity tracker
- Get the current scroll velocity
- Recycle the velocity tracker
- Region Draws
- Measure the bounds of a string
- Checks if src is hit
- Dispatch touch events
- Initialize the bus
- Computes the scroll
- Reset the measured dimension
- Set the bus bus drawable
- Called when a bus station is clicked
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I'm running Sumo using Traci. I generate my own reports, and don't like Sumo to generate any other report. My .sumocfg file also doesn't request any output (see below). However, Sumo still generates 5 output files upon every run. Is there a way to disable that? My running command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-04 at 04:02
Some times outputs are defined in additional files. In your case it is probably enough to remove
e1detectors.add.xml from the file list.
I'm writing an Alexa skill to tell me when the next buses are due to take me to work. I have reached a point where I have a pandas dataframe with the necessary information. It looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-17 at 22:27
Not clear what the actual logic of the desired output is, but this works:
Find the 3 smallest values in your dataframe (using numpy):
I'm getting JSON from a website. When I print with
console.log() all is good(I see the needed data printed) but the parameters passed via Intent are not getting assigned to variable which later i'm putting in export so the Google Assistant tell me the info.
What am I doing wrong? The code below is a Google Cloud Function running in Dialogflow....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-01 at 23:57
You have two related problems here.
The first is that if you are doing asynchronous calls, your handler must return a Promise. Otherwise the library does not know when the asynchronous call is done, has the data, and you can send back a reply.
Since you are making an HTTP call, this is an async request, and thus needs to be done using a Promise. The easiest way to do this is to use the request-promise-native package instead of the
So that part of the code might look something like this:
I am getting a nut pointer exception when adding an element to the list.
Error is System.NullPointerException: Attempt to de-reference a null object on
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-11 at 18:44
The problem is that you are checking if the list
Using Swift 3.0 (I could use Swift 4.0 if that would help me... But I don't think it will) I would like to Type Erase two levels. I what to type erase a protocol having an associatedtype, which conforms to a protocol that in turn itself has an associatedtype. So one could say that I want to type erase nested associatedtypes.
The code below is an extremely simplified version of my code, but it is more clear that way. So what I really want is something like this:Original Scenario - Unsolved ...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-08 at 16:29
If you want to express any transportation with any vehicle with any engine, then you want 3 boxes, each talking in terms of the "previous" type-erased wrappers. You don't want generic placeholders on any of these boxes, as you want to talk in terms of fully heterogenous instances (e.g not any transportation with a specific
Vehicle type, or any vehicle with a specific
Furthermore, rather than using a class hierarchy to perform the type erasing, you can use closures instead, which allows you to capture the base instance rather than storing it directly. This allows you to remove a significant amount of the boilerplate from your original code.
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You can use BusLine 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 BusLine 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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