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kandi X-RAY | juncture Summary
Juncture implements low latency connectivity to various trading venues on the JVM. You can use Juncture for both live market access and historical market data analysis. Juncture requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8 or newer.
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I'm getting an error for "recursive gc invocation" just loading some packages. If I set my code to run further, this error continues to pop out throughout, and R studio experiences a fatal error and aborts. I do not know how to trouble shoot this to fix it.
I have already tried to restart the program, but get the same error in the same place. This happens even if I restart the program, close the project, and try again in a new / blank script. The error is shown below.
What are appropriate steps at this juncture? Should I uninstall /reinstall R? Is there a better way to try to pinpoint what is going wrong?
This is what I get in the console when I load these two libraries:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 14:11
To others who may find this problem, this is what I did. I don't know how it fixed it, but it's working;
- I ran into the problem, restarted R and retried: same problem
- I opened a new project / blank script, copied the code and tried the code again: same problem
- I tried it with slightly different code: same problem
- I restarted my computer and tried steps 1:3 again: same problem
- I uninstalled and resintalled R: solved.
Is this a good way to solve this problem? No clue. Will this work for everyone? Also no idea. But it fixed it in my case. ¯_(ツ)/¯ ¯_(ツ)/¯
My query is relatively straightforward. There exists a structure called
war_name with the following definition:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-13 at 18:55
As said in the comments, there are issues in your code:
I've tried both make and cmake to compile and deploy libpqxx but simple code does not seem to work. https://github.com/jtv/libpqxx/blob/master/BUILDING-configure.md. I installed the library using the instructions on the official Git repo but am still getting issues with build step in Codelite project.
Codelite project configuration:
- Makefile generator Default
- Compiler GCC
- Compiler options: -g;-O0;-Wall -lpqxx -lpq
I can see the libpqxx libraries when I list installed libraries:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-13 at 23:54
Just learning and still got a long way to go, but discovered some linker options to make the compiler behave differently. I was able to remove all compiler warnings, linker warnings and now my code compiles.
in C++ Linker options which causes the compiler to use cxx2017 standards. Uhh, still need some reading on that one. I can understand it, but not deeply as yet.
I am new to coding and have set myself a goal.
The goal has four parts:
- Extract iOS Reminders from my iPhone using Shortcuts
- Transform the resulting JSON file in Google Apps Script
- Load the data into a table in Google Sheets
- Present the reminders in an insightful way.
At this juncture, I can view the array in Google Apps Script using this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-05 at 15:34
Basically, you need to make a 2d-array from your JSON. It can be done this way:
I was going through the passage pertaining to the access of individual elements of a 2D array using pointers.
It suggests the following mechanism to access the ith row's jth element of the 2D array arr:
From my cursory understanding of pointers, I am given to understand that the name of the array yields the address of the 0th element of the 0th row, and that any integral increment to the array will yield the base address of the next row. All's fine till this juncture, I suppose.
However, what I fail to understand is the relevance of the indirection (*) operator within the following snippet:
How is the indirection operator in this case relevant? Since the name of the array itself yields the base address of the 0th row, adding any integral number to it entails it to point to the base element of the next row. In that case, the following snippet yields the address of the ith row:
And the addition of j warrants the pointer to point to the jth element of the said row.
However, in the following snippet:
Wouldn't the addition of the indirection operator cause it to yield the ith element of the row, as opposed to the address of the base element of the ith row?
Should not the following be the code to access the ith row's jth element?
In the aforementioned case, incrementing arr i times will entail the code fragment
(arr+i) to point to the base address of the ith row, and then the addition of j will entail the address of the ith row's jth element, and then the indirection operator (*) would yield the element that the specific address holds, wouldn't it?
Is my reasoning satisfactory?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-31 at 15:35
The ith/jth element should be accessed using
I'm drawing some lines and arcs using SkiaSharp on a SKCanvasView (Xamarin.Forms) under Android 11.
I create the SKPath, and it mostly renders as expected, but I'm finding that the Close() stroke always ends at the start-point of the last-added Arc rather than at the 1st point in the path.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-27 at 19:29
Close goes to the start of the current contour.
i capture this 64-bit time format from a game and trying to understand it. I can not use a date delta because every now and then the value totally changes and even becomes negative as seen below....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-25 at 13:14
I checked my suspicion that the high and the low 32 bits are simply multiplied by A85A2115 (hex):
We get a FILETIME structure. Then we perform a 32x32->32 bit multiplication (this means we throw away the high 32 bits of the 64 bits result) of the high and the low word independently.
I am trying to create a function to manipulate different datasets for but am facing several issues with this task. I am providing a simplified version of the data I am trying to manipulate in the dput() output below:
structure(list(id = structure(c(2, 4, 6, 8, 10), label = "iid", format.spss = "F4.0", display_width = 0L), A = c(13, 9, 14, 14, 13), B = c(12, 0, 9, 3, 10), C = c(13, 8, 14, 13, 11)), row.names = c(NA, -5L), class = c("tbl_df", "tbl", "data.frame"))
There are several things I am trying to do, but I get stuck at different junctures because of the way the data is formatted. First I need to sum up the values from columns A:D for each row into a variable called
total. Next, I need to compute the probability by dividing each of columns A:D by
Here is where I face some issues. I wrote a function to perform the above:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-13 at 12:10
When you want to apply a function to multiple columns use
I am trying to create a subset of groups that have full consecutive months in R.
For instance, if there is data that look like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-24 at 14:29
dplyr option could be:
Below arrow is composed out of 3 single elements. The center part should stretch horizontally so the arrow can fill its surrounding container. But as you can see in the rendered code, the stretching doesn't work. How to enable stretching and making sure, there are no gaps at the junctures. Probably, there should be a small overlap between the parts because of the antialiasing (which is mandatory).
Can't explain this weird behavior at all!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-01 at 16:42
preserveAspectRatio="none" on the SVG that you want to stretch. This will allow the inner
rect to stretch along with the SVG element.
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You can use juncture 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 juncture 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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