kandi X-RAY | pos Summary
kandi X-RAY | pos Summary
Openbravo POS is a point of sale application designed for touch screens, supports ESC/POS ticket printers, customer displays and barcode scanners. It is multiuser providing product entry forms, reports and charts. You can read the release notes of this version in the following link To install Openbravo POS read the installation instructions that have been published in the following link The latest version can be found on the Openbravo POS sourceforge web site See for more documentation. If you need help or want to collaborate helping others, sharing ideas, discussing about Openbravo POS, feel free to go to our forums If you’d like to help out, great! Have a look to the Openbravo POS contributor’s guide: Please share your changes so others can benefit. Please use svn diff to prepare patches. IRC: #openbravo in freenode.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Handle incoming request .
- Save ticket .
- initialize operationDesc1
- Invoked when buttons are pressed .
- Initialize the app .
- Paint the child component .
- Close ticket
- Go over the JRPrint .
- End element .
- Loads the payment model .
pos Key Features
pos Examples and Code Snippets
def change_component(self, pos: int, value: float) -> None: """ input: an index (pos) and a value changes the specified component (pos) with the 'value' """ # precondition assert -len(self.__
def substr(input, pos, len, name=None, unit="BYTE"): return gen_string_ops.substr(input, pos, len, unit=unit, name=name)
Trending Discussions on pos
I'm having a problem with if statements that I cannot figure out.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 07:44
A "for expression" must return
unit, so the result is not propagated. For example:
I'm searching a way to move the cursor the a specific line for example the 150
to move the cursor to specific position we use...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 22:42
I think there is no direct method for that but
nth line means
nth occurrence of newline (
\n) so you can find that index and use
setPosition to it
In this function we use a while loop
n times using
indexOf to find the
nth newline occurrence
this code returns me a black screen, what am I doing wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 01:11
The problem is that the
kv language insists that class names start with a capital letter. The documentation says:
Keep class names capitalized to avoid syntax errors
I think your code will work if you change all your class names to meet that requirement.
I am using the Microsoft Point Of Service SDK and I am testing both in my application and the Sample provided with the SDK to try and print a Line with code similar to this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:08
Microsoft Point Of Service(part of the UnifiedPOS implementation) is an API with an abstract standard specification and does not have all the features of a real printer.
If your printer and the service object that runs it do not have DrawRuledLine functionality, you will get that error.
An attempt was made to perform an illegal or unsupported operation with the device, or an invalid parameter value was used.
The presence or absence of the function can be confirmed in advance by checking the value of the CapRecRuledLine(CapSlpRuledLine for Slip stations) property.
If you want to draw a line on a receipt with this DrawRuledLine method, you need to switch to a printer and service object that supports that feature.
If you don't want to change the printer, you'll have to replace it with a character line.
I'm trying to create a multi-page pdf using FacetGrid from this (https://seaborn.pydata.org/examples/many_facets.html). There are 20 grids images and I want to save the first 10 grids in the first page of pdf and the second 10 grids to the second page of pdf file. I got the idea of create mutipage pdf file from this (Export huge seaborn chart into pdf with multiple pages). This example works on sns.catplot() but in my case (sns.FacetGrid) the output pdf file has two pages and each page has all of the 20 grids instead of dividing 10 grids in each page....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 17:16
You are missing the
col_order=cols argument to the
grid = sns.FacetGrid(...) call.
I have a table which which looks like below, Id is the identity column....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 12:05
You are much better off using a Table Type parameter
Here is what i want to do: I want to replace certain tokens in a string, but only if they are not inside another word. Example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:49
Assuming you want to replace
pos only as a standalone word, just use word boundaries:
Good afternoon ,
Assume we have the following code where i'm trying to plot
ggplot2 smoothing curve :
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:09
ROC(melded) will work, when you dont use "print(melted)" at the end of your function. Instead, just let the ggplot command be the last command in the function ROC<-function(melted). Then the ggplot will be the output.
I have a dataframe with Longitudes and Latitudes and I would like to create a 0.5x0.5 degrees grid that shows which lat, long fall within it. So far, I have tried several solutions, including some found here on stackoverflow, that use
expand.grid as well as code that uses the package "sp" but none has worked out for me (maybe I simply can't implement them).
Any suggestions on how I can group my data into a 0.5x0.5 degrees grids?Latitude Longitude 31.602 -39.848 31.675 -39.467 31.747 -39.083 32.152 -36.795 32.218 -36.408 32.285 -36.022 32.348 -35.635 32.412 -35.247 32.475 -34.858 32.535 -34.47 32.595 -34.082 32.677 -33.707 32.763 -33.323
Thank you all for your time and effort.
Edit: My best effort was this snippet...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 12:33
library(tidyverse) library(sf) df_sf <- df %>% st_as_sf(coords = c("lon", "lat"), crs = 4326) grid <- df_sf %>% st_bbox() %>% st_as_sfc() %>% st_make_grid(cellsize = 0.5) df %>% mutate(polygon_id = st_intersects(df_sf, grid) %>% map_int(1))
Good afternoon ,
Assume we have the following long data :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 12:13
Here is one way using
ggrepel library -
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use pos 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 pos 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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