kandi X-RAY | XChange Summary
kandi X-RAY | XChange Summary
XChange is a Java based library providing a simple and consistent API for interacting with a diverse set of crypto currency exchanges.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Open a connection to the specified uri .
- Retrieves the list of trades for an account .
- Translates a list of bipfly transactions to funding records .
- Create a restricted SSLSocketFactory that can be used to restrict the given configuration .
- Fetch all open orders
- Send limit order response
- Adapts a JsonOrderBook to a OrderBook object .
- Generate a SHA - 256 signature .
- Handles messages .
- Do post exchange .
XChange Key Features
XChange Examples and Code Snippets
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I am having problems with making a homing algorithm to move an enemy towards a player in a game. For some reason, the algorithm works sometimes, but as you move the player around, the enemy gets to points where it just stops even though there is still a difference between the player x and y variables and the enemy x and y variables (which the code should be applying to the enemy at all times). If you run the code you'll see what I mean.
Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 15:59
pygame.Rect is supposed to represent an area on the screen, a
pygame.Rect object can only store integral data.
The coordinates for Rect objects are all integers. [...]
The fraction part of the movement gets lost when the movement is add to the position of the rectangle.
If you want to store object positions with floating point accuracy, you have to store the location of the object in separate variables and to synchronize the
round the coordinates and assign it to the location (e.g.
.topleft) of the rectangle:
Attempting to make a space invaders style game, and I want to affect all enemies using a for loop - but with the code shown I get a logical error where only the 1st enemy is affected, and only the first enemy can access/use the enemy.moveLR() method within the enemy class. The method of the class is not highlighted as yellow, nor does VS Code's intellisense pick it up.
Code concerning the enemy:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 11:17
You have to move all the enemies in
enemyList. Move the
enemy in the loop:
Hello everybody when i run:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-22 at 17:04
I could fix it.
First step - maybe optional
Secondly change hostname to server name -> e.g oxserver
I am trying to get input from a textbox and dynamically add it to a card on the bottom of the page, like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-04 at 18:15
There's a couple ways of handling this. The way you're trying to do isn't working (I think) because typescript can't infer the type of $event.target.
Binding with $event.target
You need a function to cast the element type so typescript knows how to treat it. Using this page as a guide, I was able to pass $event.target and update the firstName element. The same can be done to the other elements, but I wanted to show how
ngModel can accomplish the same thing.
I have been trying to create a dynamic PDF-XChange stamp with 4 dynamic text fields (Text1, Text2, Text3 and Text4) on the stamp that the user can edit in a dialog before the stamp is placed. What I want is for the user to select the stamp and the dialog popup to open with 4 user input fields:
- RMA Status - user to add the status (named RMAS)
- A free text field for the user to enter anything (named FREE)
- The user's name and business team, pulled from the user's Identity info (named TEAM)
- Today's date, editable incase they are stamping something after the fact (named DATE)
I had it working where it popped up a dialog box 4 times asking the user each question in a row, but a single dialog box with 4 text fields is what has been requested. I just can't seem to work out how my code below needs to change to work, but I'm very new to this.
My code is commented below. If anyone can help me to get the dialog to open with the 4 text fields pre-populated I would love to see where I went wrong. And if you can help me get it adding the data to the stamp's Text1 to Text4 boxes I'd be over the moon!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 02:34
Nailed it! In case anyone else wants to copy/paste this solution for themselves:
I would like to ask the gurus lurking about on how to create a PDF Table with a Dropdown List that "auto-populates" (I do not know if that is the proper term...) fields with the appropriate values from the Dropdown List. I have already managed to create the table AND the dropdown lists (yay me!). But I would like it to fill up the appropriate columns for the "Rate" and "Hours" columns when I pick from the dropdown menu.
Here is a picture to help visualize what I mean: PDF Table with Dropdown
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-13 at 06:16
I am trying to call one API where I need to extract the "'Invoice_URL__c" value using python script from the Json body responses as below...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-12 at 16:24
for i in range(len(response['records'])): print(response['records'][i]['Invoice_URL__c'])
So, I basically learnt class and also Template functions in C++. Suppose I have a record of students in a class with their roll number, name and total marks. I am using index sorting to sort the records. Now the sorting can be done on the basis of name, roll or total marks. How to incorporate all three using template functions?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-22 at 14:42
You can pass a functor as comparator to the function:
Here's a c++ code to sort the data of various types using template function. Can someone elaborate what does BOOL do here? I've read about bool data type. It basically assumes only two values TRUE and FAlSE. But I've no idea, what is the role of BOOL here ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-22 at 12:10
The bool in the example is there to check wether any exchanges happened in that iteration of the for-loop. If no exchanges happened == the array is sorted, the sorting algorithm is done. Giving this function a already sorted array will show the purpose of the boolean. In the first iteration through the whole array, no exchanges will take place (because the array is already sorted) -> the xchange was never set to true -> the sorting algorithm is done == the condition in the for-loop condition is false. It is there to not do work that you dont have to do.
Im trying to merge multiple PDF files into a single one... and thanks to a snippet i found on the support forums from the PDF-XChange, i was able to do it. Problem is it only allows me to do it once. After that it generates an error, like if something was left open.
If i close the excel file (its where im developing the code), i can execute the routine again (once).
The error i get is:
The error is generated in the method
For the sake of testing, i created a simple routine:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-21 at 20:27
For anyone that encounters this post, the solution i found to make it work is by calling the
FINALIZE methods of the
PXC_Inst, when excel starts and exits respectively.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use XChange 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 XChange 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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