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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Reads the configuration
- Loads the configuration from the specified directory
- Create a new runtime configuration
- Checks if a directory exists in the directory
- Removes any modules that have already been added
- Removes a module
- Runs a project
- Compare two version numbers
- Executes the delegation
- Constructor from a collection of filters
- Compares this Project to another
- Checks out a branch
- Checks if the object is equal to or not
- Loads a collection of modules
- Compares a dynamic version selector
- Executes the given modules
- Executes the global gradle configuration
- Update dependencies
- Clones a repository
- Get repository url
- Runs the exported modules
- Check the versions of each module
- Iterates over all the modules and adds them to the root directory
- Compares a static selector
- Checks if the given candidate is higher than the given selector
- Create the init action
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Almost every OOP programmer has been exposed to the concept of Inversion of control. In C++, we can implement that principle with dynamic callbacks (i.e. functors such as lambdas and function pointers). But if we know at compile time what procedure we are to inject into the driver, theoretically I believe that there is a way to eliminate the overhead of function passing and invoking by composing the callbacks and the driver/signal/what-so-ever function into an "unrolled procedure". Here is an example.
For a GUI program, we have logic on window 1) setup, 2) loop, and 3) termination. We can inject code 1) after window setup, 2) in each render loop, 3) and before termination. A procedural approach is to write in this manner:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 08:05
"Zero Overhead" & "But if we know at compile time what procedure we are to inject into the driver, " is possible.
You can use a template class to pass the functions to call like that:
So, I have an ArrayList called totalListOfWords. It contains a mixed of words from which has both lower and upper case letters in it. I want to remove all the words that contain upper case letter in them. Below is what I have.
I have a helper method called containsUpperCaseLetter. It basically checks whether a string contain an upper case letter in it.
Then I loop through my totalListOfWords using for loop and check each word in the list whether it contains an upper case letter. If so, I try to remove it. But it only remove some words. May be I am choosing the wrong type? Help please....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 04:33
When you remove the element at index
i, the next element is now at
i instead of
i+1. You would have to decrement
i so it checks the same index again:
so I making an app that prints the first letter and the no of words including space in each element in a list in python in the same line
so the list is a file which with the help of readlines() I have converted into a variable that can be used as a list this is my code that can print the first letter of each element in that list so now I just have to print the no of letters in each element in the list I will provide my code, current output, expected output, and the file...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-21 at 11:07
IIUC, you can simplify your code to loop and print at the same time:
So I am currently stuck on trying to iterate over my for loop while checking the elements based off of my condition:
Let's say I have this dictionary:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 05:01
You could use
list.index to get the index of each element.
Then you can use slicing to get anything between them:
Have tried a variety of things but nothing is quite working...
I have the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 16:52
I may have completely missed the point here, but it looks like you're just trying to filter a list of words that contain what the user has typed/selected somewhere.... in which case its as easy as
I am attempting to align a card item to the grid. I can somewhat achieve my goal if I add vh-100 to the shorter card (product help card), but it pushes down all content too far on the page. I would ideally like for the product help card to be auto resize so that it aligns with the bottom of the NY store card. So far I've tried rearranging the HTML with different nested divs, and adding h-100 to the product help card, both outcomes have not produced my desired results.
View on codepen: https://codepen.io/jkramer25/pen/VwrLqWJ
Here is the code I am trying to work with currently:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 23:36
I would recommend you to define a
grid on elements, where you have multiple cards inside that should be evenly aligned.
Apply this style to your cell with
Corporate Gifts & Incentives and
Product Help and the elements are aligned as desired (verified with your codepen).
I am trying to scrape data, write it to a pd series then go into a while loop for the remaining pages of the website appending to the original series (located outside of the while loop) after each iteration. I'm not sure why this isn't working. Here's where I'm stuck:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 18:39
The problem is you're treating
pd.Series as a
list, but the former are immutable while the later are mutable. This means, appending data to a list works like this:
Suppose I have two collections: one with authors and an array of their books and another with orders and array of books:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-02 at 14:58
You're approach is fine, it's just that you have a types mismatch.
I have a sample API hosted in Azure API App as https://epdpoc.azurewebsites.net/swagger/index.html This is API.NET Core 5.0 based Web API. The 2nd paramter, htmlText, to pass as querystring. The query string value is as below...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 11:02
The fix is to change the maxQueryString setting (or maxUrl if the problem is in the path). To do so, modify the security element in the web.config file:
I have been resisting posting this question but have finally decided to put my pride in my pocket and admit that I cannot get the menu creation section of my program to work. I still do not seem to have been able to fully grasp the workings of Classes. The program that I have written is basically a Cashbook keeping track of cash receipts and expenses and analysing them to various accounts. This all works fine. Then I also added a second window to add analysis items. This also works fine. However, finally I have tried to add a menu but cannot get it to work. When I run the program it does not throw out any errors but no menu ('File/Exit') appears. Can someone please look at the following (Menu_ex) code and tell me where it fails? Thank you in anticipation....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-25 at 10:12
Short answer is that you weren't actually creating an instance of your Menu class so it would never be displayed
Below code displays the menu and fixes the exit button
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