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humanize | Java facility for adding a “ human touch ” to data | Reactive Programming library

 by   mfornos Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

 by   mfornos Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed humanize and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into humanize implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Render the localized message .
  • Applies the given pattern .
  • Initialize the values .
  • Return a list of all UIParameter children of the given children .
  • Get the message format for the given output format .
  • Converts an array of items to oxford format .
  • Produce emoji source processor .
  • Calculates the duration of the given amount of time units
  • Parse the given source and return the resulting string .
  • Factory method for creating a new ResourceBundle .

humanize Key Features

Java facility for adding a “human touch” to data.

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-   [Unified Emoji][] — Easy Emoji handling for the JVM
-   [Joda time][] — Joda time message format extensions
-   [UCUM][] — Unified Units of Measurement
-   [JSF][] — Java Server Faces converters
-   [Taglib][] — JSP tag library

  [International Components for Unicode]: http://icu-project.org/
  [Unified Emoji]: https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/tree/master/humanize-emoji
  [Joda Time]: https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/tree/master/humanize-joda
  [UCUM]: https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/tree/master/humanize-ucum
  [JSF]: https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/tree/master/humanize-jsf
  [Taglib]: https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/tree/master/humanize-taglib

Getting Started
---------------

### Maven [![Maven Badge](https://maven-badges.herokuapp.com/maven-central/com.github.mfornos/humanize/badge.svg)](https://maven-badges.herokuapp.com/maven-central/com.github.mfornos/humanize)

Current version:

```xml
<humanize.version>1.2.2</humanize.version>
```

Slim distribution:

```xml
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.github.mfornos</groupId>
  <artifactId>humanize-slim</artifactId>
  <version>${humanize.version}</version>
</dependency>
```

Full-fledged ICU distribution:

```xml
<dependency>
  <groupId>com.github.mfornos</groupId>
  <artifactId>humanize-icu</artifactId>
  <version>${humanize.version}</version>
</dependency>
```

Usage
-----

Using Humanize is quite simple.

1.  Import the static methods of the Humanize class that you want to call.
2.  Invoke these methods.

```java
import static humanize.Humanize.binaryPrefix;

class SomeClass {

  void doSomething() {

    String size = binaryPrefix(1325899906842624L); // 1.18 PB

  }

}
```

Principal Methods
-----------------

### Date&Time

| Method           | Description                                                                                                     | Output                                                                                                                                      | Slim | ICU |
|------------------|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------|-----|
| naturalDay       | For dates that are the current day or within one day, return ‘today’,‘tomorrow’ or ‘yesterday’, as appropriate. | ‘today’, ‘tomorrow’, ‘yesterday’ or the date formatted                                                                                      | ✔    | ✔   |
| naturalTime      | Computes both past and future relative dates with optional precision.                                           | ‘2 days from now’, ‘3 decades ago’, ‘3 days 16 hours from now’, ‘3 minutes from now’, ‘3 days 15 hours 38 minutes ago’, ‘moments ago’, etc. | ✔    | ✔   |
| nanoTime         | Formats a number of nanoseconds as the proper ten power unit.                                                   | ‘1.5µs’, ‘10.51ms’, ‘30ns’, etc.                                                                                                            | ✔    | -   |
| duration         | Formats a number of seconds as hours, minutes and seconds.                                                      | ‘1 sec.’, ‘1:02:10’, etc.                                                                                                                   | ✔    | ✔   |
| smartDateFormat  | Guesses the best locale-dependent pattern to format the date/time fields that the skeleton specifies.           | skeleton ‘MMMd’ produces ‘11 Dec.’                                                                                                          | -    | ✔   |
| prettyTimeFormat | Returns a PrettyTime instance for the current thread.                                                           | -                                                                                                                                           | ✔    | -   |

### Frequencies

| Method     | Description                                                                                                                                          | Output                           | Slim | ICU |
|------------|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------|------|-----|
| times      | Interprets numbers as occurrences.                                                                                                                   | ‘never’, ‘once’, ‘5 times’, etc. | ✔    | -   |
| paceFormat | Matches a pace (value and interval) with a logical time frame. Very useful for slow paces. e.g. heartbeats, ingested calories, hyperglycemic crises. | ‘Approximately 7 times per day.’ | ✔    | -   |

### Numbers

| Method         | Description                                                       | Output                                                                                                                            | Slim | ICU |
|----------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------|-----|
| compactDecimal | Abbreviates numbers with short and long styles according to CLDR. | ‘2,4 Mio’, ‘100K’, ‘1M’, ‘2 millones’, ‘100 Tsd’, ‘100 Millionen’, etc.                                                           | -    | ✔   |
| ordinal        | Converts a number to its ordinal as a string.                     | ‘1st’, ‘2nd’, ‘3rd’, etc.                                                                                                         | ✔    | ✔   |
| spellBigNumber | Converts a big number to a friendly text representation.          | ‘2.3 thousand’, ‘1 million’, ‘–1.55 billion’, ‘3 decillion’, ‘2 googol’, etc.                                                     | ✔    | -   |
| spellDigit     | For decimal digits, returns the number spelled out.               | ‘one’, ‘two’, ‘three’, etc.                                                                                                       | ✔    | -   |
| spellNumber    | Converts the given number to words.                               | ‘twenty-three’, ‘two thousand eight hundred and forty’, ‘one million four hundred and twelve thousand six hundred and five’, etc. | -    | ✔   |

### Units

| Method               | Description                                                                                                         | Output                                                                           | Slim | ICU |
|----------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------|-----|
| binaryPrefix         | Converts a given number to a string preceded by the corresponding binary International System of Units (SI) prefix. | ‘2 bytes’, ‘1.5 KB’, ‘5 MB’, ‘1.18 PB’, etc.                                     | ✔    | -   |
| metricPrefix         | Converts a given number to a string preceded by the corresponding decimal multiplicative prefix.                    | ‘100k’, ‘1M’, ‘3.5M’, etc.                                                       | ✔    | -   |
| formatCurrency       | Smartly formats the given number as a monetary amount.                                                              | ‘£34’, ‘£1,000’, ‘£12.50’, etc.                                                  | ✔    | ✔   |
| formatPluralCurrency | Smartly formats the given number as a monetary amount in plural form.                                               | ‘34 British pounds sterling’, ‘1,500.55 British pounds sterling’, ‘1 euro’, etc. | -    | ✔   |
| formatPercent        | Formats the given ratio as a percentage.                                                                            | ‘500%’, ‘56%’, etc.                                                              | ✔    | ✔   |

### Text

| Method               | Description                                                                                                                                     | Output                                                            | Slim | ICU |
|----------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------|------|-----|
| pluralize            | Applies the proper format for a given plural state.                                                                                             | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| pluralizeFormat      | Constructs a message with pluralization logic by the means of ChoiceFormat. Refer to *messageFormat* for pluralization using CLDR Plural Rules. | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| camelize             | Makes a phrase camel case. Spaces, hyphens, underscores and dots will be removed.                                                               | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| capitalize           | Capitalizes a string, smartly.                                                                                                                  | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| decamelize           | Converts a camel case string into a human-readable name.                                                                                        | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| titleize             | Creates a nice looking title, smartly.                                                                                                          | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| transliterate        | Full transliteration support.                                                                                                                   | -                                                                 | -    | ✔   |
| simplify             | Sort of poor man’s transliteration, i.e. normalizes and strips diacritical marks.                                                               | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| unidecode            | Just enough transliteration, unicode to ascii.                                                                                                  | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| slugify              | Transforms a text into a representation suitable to be used in an URL (unicode friendly).                                                       | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| mask                 | Formats the given text with the mask specified.                                                                                                 | for ‘12345G’ with mask ‘__ ___/_’ produces ‘12 345/G’               | ✔    | -   |
| wordWrap             | Truncate a string to the closest word boundary after a number of characters.                                                                    | -                                                                 | ✔    | -   |
| messageFormat        | Returns an ICU or extended MessageFormat instance for the current thread.                                                                       | -                                                                 | ✔    | ✔   |
| replaceSupplementary | Replaces characters outside the Basic Multilingual Plane with their name.                                                                       | ‘SMILING FACE WITH SMILING EYES’ for the corresponding Emoji char | ✔    | ✔   |
| oxford               | Converts a list of items to a human readable string with an optional limit.                                                                     | ‘Oranges, Pears, Bananas, and 2 others’                           | ✔    | -   |

Documentation
-------------

-   [Javadoc humanize-slim][]
-   [Javadoc humanize-icu][]

  [Javadoc humanize-slim]: http://mfornos.github.com/humanize/humanize-slim-apidocs/index.html
  [Javadoc humanize-icu]: http://mfornos.github.com/humanize/humanize-icu-apidocs/index.html

Code Examples
-------------

Small set of code examples.

### Date&Time

```java
naturalTime(new Date());
// => "moments ago"

naturalTime(new Date(1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 1), new Date(0));
// => "1 day ago"

naturalTime(new Date(0), new Date(1000 * 60 * 12));
// => "12 minutes from now"

naturalTime(new Date(0), new Date(2629743830L * 3L));
// => "3 months from now"
```

```java
// Fixed date for demonstration
Date moment = new Date(1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 3 + 1000 * 60 * 60 * 15 + 1000 * 60 * 38
                       + 1000 * 2);

naturalTime(new Date(0), moment, TimeMillis.HOUR)
// => "3 days 16 hours from now"

naturalTime(moment, new Date(0), TimeMillis.SECOND)
// => "3 days 15 hours 38 minutes ago"
```


### Frequencies

```java
paceFormat(1.75, TimeMillis.HOUR.millis());
// => "Approximately 2 times per hour."

paceFormat(0, TimeMillis.SECOND.millis());
// => "Never."

paceFormat(1, TimeMillis.WEEK.millis());
// => "Approximately one time per week."
```

```java
times(0); // => "never"
times(1); // => "once"
times(2); // => "twice"
times(3); // => "3 times"
```

### Text

**Pluralize**

```java
pluralize("one", "{0}", "none", 1);  // => "one"
pluralize("one", "{0}", "none", 2);  // => "2"
pluralize("one", "{0}", "none", 0);  // => "none"
```

```java
pluralize("one {1}.", "{0} {1}s.", "no {1}.", 1, "disk");  // => "one disk."
pluralize("one {1}.", "{0} {1}s.", "no {1}.", 2, "disk");  // => "2 disks."
pluralize("one {1}.", "{0} {1}s.", "no {1}.", 0, "disk");  // => "no disk."
```

**Parameterized Pluralize**

```java
PluralizeParams p = PluralizeParams
                .begin("one {1}.")
                .many("{0} {1}s.")
                .none("no {1}.")
                .exts("disk");

pluralize(1, p); // => "one disk."
pluralize(2, p); // => "2 disks."
pluralize(0, p); // => "no disk."
```

**Pluralize MessageFormat**

```java
MessageFormat msg = pluralizeFormat("There {0} on {1}.::are no files::is one file"
                                     + "::are {2} files");

msg.render(0, "disk");    // => "There are no files on disk."
msg.render(1, "disk");    // => "There is one file on disk."
msg.render(1000, "disk"); // => "There are 1,000 files on disk."
```

```java
MessageFormat msg = pluralizeFormat("nothing::one thing::{0} things");

msg.render(-1); // => "nothing"
msg.render(0);  // => "nothing"
msg.render(1);  // => "one thing"
msg.render(2);  // => "2 things"
```
```java
MessageFormat msg = pluralizeFormat("one thing::{0} things");

msg.render(-1); // => "-1 things"
msg.render(0);  // => "0 things"
msg.render(1);  // => "one thing"
msg.render(2);  // => "2 things"
```

**Slugify**

```java
slugify("Cet été, j’en ai rien à coder");
// => "cet-ete-j-en-ai-rien-a-coder"

slugify("\nキャンパス//.Я_♥@борщ\n^abc");
// => "kiyanpasu-ia-borshch-abc"
```

### Parse

**Date & Time**

```java
parseISODateTime("2011-09-14T15:22:01Z");

parseISOTime("15:22:01Z");

parseSmartDate("1.2.12", "dd/MM/yy", "yyyy/MM/dd", "dd/MM/yyyy");
```

### More Examples

-  [TestHumanize](https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/blob/master/humanize-slim/src/test/java/humanize/TestHumanize.java)
-  [TestICUHumanize](https://github.com/mfornos/humanize/blob/master/humanize-icu/src/test/java/humanize/TestICUHumanize.java)

Dependencies
------------

### Humanize-slim

-   guava 18.0
-   prettytime 3.2.5.Final
-   unidecode 0.0.7

### Humanize-icu

-   humanize-slim ${humanize.version}
-   icu4j 54.1

### Package size concerns

**ICU**

If you need customize the data included by default in the ICU distribution (all features and languages ~7.1MB), the [ICU Data Library Customizer][] may be useful.

**ProGuard**

[Using ProGuard with Guava][].

  [ICU Data Library Customizer]: http://apps.icu-project.org/datacustom/
  [Using ProGuard with Guava]: https://code.google.com/p/guava-libraries/wiki/UsingProGuardWithGuava

Supported languages
-------------------

`humanize-slim` naturalTime supports over 25 languages, see [prettytime][]. Rest of methods have support for english and spanish.

`humanize-icu` all languages supported by the [ICU APIs][].

### Custom languages

If you want to add support for other languages simply put a properties file named `Humanize\_{your\_locale}.properties` under the classpath `i18n`.

  [prettytime]: http://ocpsoft.org/prettytime
  [ICU APIs]: http://icu-project.org/

Extensible Message Formats
--------------------------

If you want to plug in your own formats then place a `META-INF/services/humanize.spi.FormatProvider` file inside your jar. This file must contain a list of the full qualified class names of your `FormatProvider` implementations, separated by carriage return. Also, you can register manually your format factories on the message formatter.

### Built-in Humanize Extended Formats

Create a file `META-INF/services/humanize.spi.FormatProvider` with the following content:

```
humanize.text.HumanizeFormatProvider
humanize.text.MaskFormat
```

Now you can use it

```java
Humanize.format("{0,humanize,ordinal} greetings", 1);
// => "1st greetings"
```

Cache configuration
-------------------

By default the caches are configured to expire after 1 hour past the last access. If you want to change this behavior you need to provide a `humanize.properties` file, or specify the location of a properties file using the `humanize.config` system property, with a CacheBuilderSpec string configuration like this:

```
cache.builder.spec:expireAfterAccess=15m
```

The value must follow the CacheBuilderSpec syntax. The string syntax is a series of comma-separated keys or key-value pairs, each corresponding to a CacheBuilder method.

-   concurrencyLevel=[integer]: sets CacheBuilder.concurrencyLevel.
-   initialCapacity=[integer]: sets CacheBuilder.initialCapacity.
-   maximumSize=[long]: sets CacheBuilder.maximumSize.
-   maximumWeight=[long]: sets CacheBuilder.maximumWeight.
-   expireAfterAccess=[duration]: sets CacheBuilder.expireAfterAccess(long, java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit).
-   expireAfterWrite=[duration]: sets CacheBuilder.expireAfterWrite(long, java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit).
-   refreshAfterWrite=[duration]: sets CacheBuilder.refreshAfterWrite(long, java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit).
-   weakKeys: sets CacheBuilder.weakKeys().
-   softValues: sets CacheBuilder.softValues().
-   weakValues: sets CacheBuilder.weakValues().

Durations are represented by an integer, followed by one of “d”, “h”, “m”, or “s”, representing days, hours, minutes, or seconds respectively. (There is currently no syntax to request expiration in milliseconds, microseconds, or nanoseconds.)

Integrations
------------

### Handlebars Helper

Humanize is integrated in the awesome [Handlebars.java][] project.

  [Handlebars.java]: https://github.com/jknack/handlebars.java

* * * *

Have fun and stay fresh!

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How to use django.contrib.humanize filter in DRF serializers

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from django.contrib.humanize.templatetags.humanize import naturaltime

def to_representation(self, instance):
    representation = super().to_representation(instance)
    representation['last_login'] = naturaltime(instance.last_login)
    return representation
>>> naturaltime(datetime(2019, 11, 25))
'2\xa0years, 2\xa0months ago'
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from django.contrib.humanize.templatetags.humanize import naturaltime

def to_representation(self, instance):
    representation = super().to_representation(instance)
    representation['last_login'] = naturaltime(instance.last_login)
    return representation
>>> naturaltime(datetime(2019, 11, 25))
'2\xa0years, 2\xa0months ago'

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# SECURITY WARNING: keep the secret key used in production secret!
SECRET_KEY = 'g$iqqu&*mw4_sg3(#ld0sqaalxebel&168^yj%i&sgrw(fmn@w'
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"""
'hello.apps.HelloConfig',
other configs
"""

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url(r'^dashcontrol$', views.dashcontrol, name='dashcontrol'),
url(r'^updatadashcontrol$', views.updatedashcontrol, name='updatedashcontrol'),
<script>
          
    setInterval(function() { 
      $.get("{% url 'updatedashcontrol' %}", function(data, status){ 
        $("#testdiv").empty(); //hide the page
        $("#testdiv").append(data); // and after you hide that data append it.
    });  
}, 15000);
    </script>
def dashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'dashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }

def updatedashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'partialdashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }
<div class="col-md-4">
          {%if testtt > 1000 %}<div class="dashcontrol2 featured">{%else%}<div class="dashcontrol featured">{%endif%}
          <h4>{%if testtt > 1000 %}<span style="color: red;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge' color="red"></box-icon>{%else%}<span style="color: green;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge-check' 

    color="green"></box-icon>{%endif%} </box-icon></h4>
              <h4>{{testtt|intcomma}}</h4>
             <a target="_blank" href="XX"><h6>KIBANA</h6></a>
            </ul>
           </div>
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url(r'^dashcontrol$', views.dashcontrol, name='dashcontrol'),
url(r'^updatadashcontrol$', views.updatedashcontrol, name='updatedashcontrol'),
<script>
          
    setInterval(function() { 
      $.get("{% url 'updatedashcontrol' %}", function(data, status){ 
        $("#testdiv").empty(); //hide the page
        $("#testdiv").append(data); // and after you hide that data append it.
    });  
}, 15000);
    </script>
def dashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'dashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }

def updatedashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'partialdashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }
<div class="col-md-4">
          {%if testtt > 1000 %}<div class="dashcontrol2 featured">{%else%}<div class="dashcontrol featured">{%endif%}
          <h4>{%if testtt > 1000 %}<span style="color: red;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge' color="red"></box-icon>{%else%}<span style="color: green;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge-check' 

    color="green"></box-icon>{%endif%} </box-icon></h4>
              <h4>{{testtt|intcomma}}</h4>
             <a target="_blank" href="XX"><h6>KIBANA</h6></a>
            </ul>
           </div>
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url(r'^dashcontrol$', views.dashcontrol, name='dashcontrol'),
url(r'^updatadashcontrol$', views.updatedashcontrol, name='updatedashcontrol'),
<script>
          
    setInterval(function() { 
      $.get("{% url 'updatedashcontrol' %}", function(data, status){ 
        $("#testdiv").empty(); //hide the page
        $("#testdiv").append(data); // and after you hide that data append it.
    });  
}, 15000);
    </script>
def dashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'dashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }

def updatedashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'partialdashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }
<div class="col-md-4">
          {%if testtt > 1000 %}<div class="dashcontrol2 featured">{%else%}<div class="dashcontrol featured">{%endif%}
          <h4>{%if testtt > 1000 %}<span style="color: red;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge' color="red"></box-icon>{%else%}<span style="color: green;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge-check' 

    color="green"></box-icon>{%endif%} </box-icon></h4>
              <h4>{{testtt|intcomma}}</h4>
             <a target="_blank" href="XX"><h6>KIBANA</h6></a>
            </ul>
           </div>
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url(r'^dashcontrol$', views.dashcontrol, name='dashcontrol'),
url(r'^updatadashcontrol$', views.updatedashcontrol, name='updatedashcontrol'),
<script>
          
    setInterval(function() { 
      $.get("{% url 'updatedashcontrol' %}", function(data, status){ 
        $("#testdiv").empty(); //hide the page
        $("#testdiv").append(data); // and after you hide that data append it.
    });  
}, 15000);
    </script>
def dashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'dashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }

def updatedashcontrol(request):
        url = "http://XX/XX*/_search"
        headers = {'Content-type': 'application/json'}
        params = {XX}
        print('OK')
        response = requests.get(url=url, json=params, headers=headers)
        data = response.json()
        testtt = data['hits']['total']
        print(data['hits']['total'])
        print('OK')
        return render(request, 'partialdashcontrol.html', {'testtt ':testtt }
<div class="col-md-4">
          {%if testtt > 1000 %}<div class="dashcontrol2 featured">{%else%}<div class="dashcontrol featured">{%endif%}
          <h4>{%if testtt > 1000 %}<span style="color: red;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge' color="red"></box-icon>{%else%}<span style="color: green;">XX</span><box-icon type='solid' name='badge-check' 

    color="green"></box-icon>{%endif%} </box-icon></h4>
              <h4>{{testtt|intcomma}}</h4>
             <a target="_blank" href="XX"><h6>KIBANA</h6></a>
            </ul>
           </div>

how to format large numbers using spaces instead fo comma?

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from django import template

register = template.Library()

@register.filter
def intspace(value):
    import re

    orig = str(value)

    new = re.sub(r"^(-?\d+)(\d{3})", r"\g<1> \g<2>", orig)
    if orig == new:
        return new
    else:
        return intspace(new)

how to remove a very special character in a df

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library(stringr)
df$df <- str_remove_all(df$df, "<U\\+[^>]+\\>")
df$df
[1] "Cabozantinib"                                                                                  
[2] "XmAb20717 (Duet-2 study - a humanized bispecific monoclonal antibody that binds PD1 and CTLA4)"
[3] "Left nephrectomy"                                                                              
[4] "Left Superficial Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection"              
library(stringi)
stri_unescape_unicode(str_replace_all(df$df, "<U\\+([^>]+)\\>", "\\\\u\\1"))
[1] "Cabozantinib"                                                                                   
[2] "XmAb®20717 (Duet-2 study - a humanized bispecific monoclonal antibody that binds PD1 and CTLA4)"
[3] "Left nephrectomy"                                                                               
[4] "Left Superficial Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection"            
-----------------------
library(stringr)
df$df <- str_remove_all(df$df, "<U\\+[^>]+\\>")
df$df
[1] "Cabozantinib"                                                                                  
[2] "XmAb20717 (Duet-2 study - a humanized bispecific monoclonal antibody that binds PD1 and CTLA4)"
[3] "Left nephrectomy"                                                                              
[4] "Left Superficial Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection"              
library(stringi)
stri_unescape_unicode(str_replace_all(df$df, "<U\\+([^>]+)\\>", "\\\\u\\1"))
[1] "Cabozantinib"                                                                                   
[2] "XmAb®20717 (Duet-2 study - a humanized bispecific monoclonal antibody that binds PD1 and CTLA4)"
[3] "Left nephrectomy"                                                                               
[4] "Left Superficial Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection"            

mamba fails to create env

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name: nbdev
channels:
  - fastai
  - defaults
  - conda-forge
dependencies:
  - _r-mutex
  - _tflow_select
  - absl-py
  - alabaster
name: nbdev
channels:
  - fastai
  - defaults
  - conda-forge
dependencies:
  - python
  - _r-mutex
  - _tflow_select
  - absl-py
  - alabaster

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name: nbdev
channels:
  - fastai
  - defaults
  - conda-forge
dependencies:
  - _r-mutex
  - _tflow_select
  - absl-py
  - alabaster
name: nbdev
channels:
  - fastai
  - defaults
  - conda-forge
dependencies:
  - python
  - _r-mutex
  - _tflow_select
  - absl-py
  - alabaster

Building C# application with localization-aware language keys

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var model = compilation.GetSemanticModel(tree);
var methods = root.DescendantNodes().OfType<InvocationExpressionSyntax>();

foreach(var method in methods)
{
    if(model.GetSymbolInfo(method).Symbol is IMethodSymbol symbol &&
        symbol.ContainingNamespace.Name == "MyProject" &&
        symbol.ContainingType.Name == "LocalizationKeys" &&
        symbol.Name == "DefineKey")
    {
        var key = method.ArgumentList.Arguments.FirstOrDefault();
        var eng = method.ArgumentList.Arguments.Skip(1).FirstOrDefault();

        if(key.Expression is LiteralExpressionSyntax literalKey &&
            eng.Expression is LiteralExpressionSyntax literalEng)
        {
            // "/foo" -> "Hello World!"
            // "/bar" -> "Hello World2!"
            Console.WriteLine(literalKey + " -> " + literalEng);
        }
        else
        {
            // Bonus: detect violation of key definition rule. It is not a literal!
        }
    }
}

Reusing old options from pagination and filter Django

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QUESTION

crispy_forms.exceptions.CrispyError: |as_crispy_field got passed an invalid or inexistent field - models.ForeignKey

Asked 2022-Mar-05 at 13:16

I'm trying to create a frontend data entry page for an existing model. However, when clicking the link, I get an error:

crispy_forms.exceptions.CrispyError: |as_crispy_field got passed an invalid or inexistent field

Just to be clear, adding the data from Django Admin works with no issues at all.

Having looked through a number of answered questions here, one did highlight what I believe could be problem, but it was out of context and did not provide much of an explanation.

I am trying to create a frontend entry form for users that corresponds with a foreign key.

models.py

class NewHandoff(models.Model):
    handoff_pk = models.AutoField(primary_key=True)
    handoff_date = models.DateField(auto_now_add=True,verbose_name="Handoff Date")
    shift1_pri = models.ForeignKey(Engineer,on_delete=models.CASCADE,verbose_name="Shift 1 Primary")
    shift1_sec = models.ForeignKey(Engineer,on_delete=models.CASCADE,verbose_name="Shift 1 Secondary")

    def __str__(self):
        return f"{self.handoff_date}"
    
    class Meta:
        verbose_name_plural = 'Handoffs'

# New Handoff Form
class NewHandoffForm(forms.ModelForm):
    class Meta:
        model = NewHandoff
        fields = ['shift1_pri','shift1_sec']

views.py

from django.shortcuts import redirect, render
from django.views import View
from django.contrib.auth.mixins import LoginRequiredMixin
from django.http.response import HttpResponse
from django.contrib import messages
from .models import AttentionForm,  NewHandoffForm

# Handoff View Page
class NewHandoffView(LoginRequiredMixin,View):
    def get(self, request):
        greeting = {}
        greeting['heading'] = "New Handoff"
        greeting['pageview'] = "Handoff"
        return render (request,'handoff/handoff-new.html')

    def post(self, request):
        if request.method == "POST":
            if "add-new-handoff-button" in request.POST:
                create_new_handoff_form = NewHandoffForm(request.POST)
                create_new_handoff_form.save()
                return redirect("/handoff/handoff-create")

handoff-new.html

{% extends 'partials/base.html' %}
{% load static %}
{% load humanize %}
{% load crispy_forms_tags %}

{% block extra_css %}
    <link href="{% static 'libs/bootstrap-datepicker/dist/css/bootstrap-datepicker.min.css' %}" rel="stylesheet">
{% endblock %}

{% block contents %}
    <div class="row">
        <div class="col-12">
            <div class="card">
                <div class="card-body">
                    <!-- New Form -->
                    <form method="POST">
                        {% csrf_token %}
                        <div class="row">
                            <div class="row-fluid pb-1">
                                <!-- Field 1 -->
                                <div class="mb-3">
                                    {{ form.shift1_pri|as_crispy_field }}
                                </div>
                                <!-- End of Field 1 -->
                            </div>
                        </div>
                        <div class="d-flex flex-wrap gap-2">
                            <button type="submit" class="btn btn-primary waves-effect waves-light" name="add-new-handoff-button">Create New Handoff</button>
                        </div>
                    </form>
                    <!-- End of New Form -->
                </div>
            </div>
        </div>
    </div>
{% endblock %}

{% block extra_javascript %}
{% endblock %}

Someone mentioned in another post that forms should correlate with the declared form name {{ form.shift1_mod|as_crispy_field }} so it should actually be {{ create_new_handoff_form.shift1_mod|as_crispy_field }} but I have tried changing this and still get the same problem, plus, another model form works fine with just form despite the name of the form being attention_form.

Does anyone have any idea or can point me in the right direction? :)

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-05 at 13:16

You are not passing the form through the context in the template. As you are inheriting View, Add the following line in the get() and afterwards in the post() method appropriately:

form = NewHandoffForm()

# and then change return
return render(request,'handoff/handoff-new.html', {'form': form })

Also, you have a space after render in the get function. I hope this is a typo here, but not in your code.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71362368

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