kandi X-RAY | ambience Summary
kandi X-RAY | ambience Summary
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- Initializes the listener
- Builds the AmbientService bundle
- Creates the media session
- Set the launch activity
- Called when the playback is finished
- Helper method loads and updates the metadata bitmap
- Un - registers the AmbientService
- Call this method to stop the Ambient Service
- Handles an audio focus change
- Pauses the playback
- Set the track genres
- Removes a single track from the playlist
- Add a launch activity to the Ambience notification
- Adds a single track to the playlist
- Play a track in a playlist
- Sends an error message to the media player
- Play the previous position in the playlist
- Sends a volume request to AmbientService
- Handler for playback control events
- Notifies the listeners about an error
- Turns a context
- Cleanup resources
- A listener for dispience updates
- Initializes the service
- Create the playlist
- Creates Parcel from AmbientTrackObject
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I am having a table that stores ratings of a restaurant. As shown in the below image.
I am trying to get the average of all these columns in which I am being successful but I also want an average of all these averages as a main average.
I tried the below query but I am getting 3 as average rating which is not accurate. I think mysql is returning me a round value of the final result....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:16
AVG to calculate rating:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 18:43
Trying to parse the JSON in online tool I got:
I'm using Styled Components in my app. I am collecting state via useSelector using React-Redux, this state returns either a 0 or 1 - 0 telling me the app is currently in light mode, 1 telling me the app is currently in dark mode.
How do I edit the style based on the value? I have tried the following......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-05 at 09:36
You need to pass on the themeColor as a prop to tthe Logo component while render
I have a string that contains a string and a sequence in the end with letters and/or numbers.
I would to match the whole text without the capital letters and/or digits, but also be able to match the whole text if they are not there at all.
How should a lookahead look in this case if i want to check if the following word consists of letters and/or digits
Text cases like this:
"Green Ambience 100AG2"
"Green Ambience 100A2 102"
"Green Ambience 1003"
"Green Ambience AFDF12"
"Green Ambience" (My current only matches "Green" in this case, but i would want the whole string if we dont have garbage in the end)
Desired result: "Green Ambience"
Current regex: (.*(?=\s))
Hopefully someone can help teach me how the lookaheads can check for letters and digits in a mix (or digits alone) - currently just checking for the last space, but that wont work if its end of line or if we in theory get "Green Ambience 10A01 102" where i still only want "Green Ambience"...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-09 at 12:59
You want to match up to the point where alphanumeric strings containing at least one digit or ALLCAPS words at the end of the string start appearing.
Thus, you may use this for matching:
Me and a friend of mine are making a 3D engine with LWJGL, and after trying to pass a float array to my fragment shader as a uniform, the JVM started crashing. Here's the relevant part of the JVM crash log:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-29 at 11:05
LWJGL only works with direct NIO Buffers, that is, ByteBuffers that are not backed by on-heap Java arrays but backed by off-heap virtual memory allocated in the JVM's process but outside of the JVM-managed garbage-collected heap. This is to efficiently communicate native virtual memory to low-level libraries, such as OpenGL, without having to "pin" potentially garbage-collectable/moveable memory before handing a pointer to it to native libraries.
See the section "Direct vs. non-direct buffers" in https://docs.oracle.com/en/java/javase/15/docs/api/java.base/java/nio/ByteBuffer.html
The reason for the crash is that the non-direct ByteBuffer you supply (the one being created by .wrap(array)) has an internal address field value of 0. This is what LWJGL looks at when it actually calls the native OpenGL function. It reads that address field value and expects this to be the virtual memory address of the client memory to upload to the uniform, which OpenGL will then treat as such.
So, in essence: When you use LWJGL, you must always only use direct NIO Buffers, not ones that are wrappers of arrays!
You should first read this LWJGL 3 blog post about efficient memory management in LWJGL 3: https://blog.lwjgl.org/memory-management-in-lwjgl-3/
I'm trying to make a volume slider for each audio player (like 4 volume sliders for 4 audio players) something like https://deepfocus.io/ , so far and thanks to deepak I have a code that can play/pause and change volume of different audio players. But I would like to replace play and pause written buttons by play and pause images, Here is the code:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-30 at 16:52
In your case just use
img instead of button and with jquery toggle the source of the image:
I have a vector and I want to split it by a last element in each group. I have a solution although there should be more and better ones. This seems to be a more rare case than splitting by a first element. Here a last element in each group is a "Overall Score " - some groups contains only this value....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-09 at 20:12
You can try the code below with
I have strings of sentences, and a lists of bigrams and unigrams with words labelled positive (1), neutral (0) or negative (-1). I want to make four new variables that - for each string / sentence. The variables should give me a positivity score
pos, negativity score
neg, neutral score
neutral and a variable that counts all words that aren't labelled
rest. Logically, the
rest variable can be made up by subtracting the total number of labelled words on
neutral of the total number of the words of that sentence.
An addition: the score counters should first look in the list of bigrams. If a combination of words is found both in the string and on the list, and the score is -1, then it should counted for the total. After the bigrams, the code should do the same for the list of unigrams, but note that there are some words in bigrams, that also occur in the unigram list (e.g.
not good and
good). Therefore, I think it is best to replace the words by its corresponding value, and then count all replacements to make up the scores as variables.
I'd like to add that I made the example with bigrams and unigrams. If it is possible, I would like to have the option to also add a list of trigrams, but if this is not possible, then uni- and bigrams are also fine by me.
Here I have a data set. I also provided the desired result, which I computed by hand....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-30 at 17:03
#Make copy of the text variable df$text_copy <- df$text #Clean the text df$text <- tolower(df$text) library(stringr) df$text <- str_replace_all(df$text, "[^[:alnum:]]", " ") #Make variable with number of words df$nr_of_words <- sapply(strsplit(df$text, " "), length) #Split the lists of uni- and bigrams bigram_split_pos <- df_bigram[(df_bigram$Sentiment==1),] bigram_split_neg <- df_bigram[(df_bigram$Sentiment==-1),] bigram_split_neutral <- df_bigram[(df_bigram$Sentiment==0),] unigram_split_pos <- df_unigram[(df_unigram$Sentiment==1),] unigram_split_neg <- df_unigram[(df_unigram$Sentiment==-1),] unigram_split_neutral <- df_unigram[(df_unigram$Sentiment==0),] #Construct regular expressions bigram_split_pos <- bigram_split_pos$Bigram bigram_split_pos <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(bigram_split_pos, collapse="|"), ")\\b") bigram_split_neg <- bigram_split_neg$Bigram bigram_split_neg <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(bigram_split_neg, collapse="|"), ")\\b") bigram_split_neutral <- bigram_split_neutral$Bigram bigram_split_neutral <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(bigram_split_neutral, collapse="|"), ")\\b") unigram_split_pos <- unigram_split_pos$Unigram unigram_split_pos <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(unigram_split_pos, collapse="|"), ")\\b") unigram_split_neg <- unigram_split_neg$Unigram unigram_split_neg <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(unigram_split_neg, collapse="|"), ")\\b") unigram_split_neutral <- unigram_split_neutral$Unigram unigram_split_neutral <- paste0("\\b(", paste0(unigram_split_neutral, collapse="|"), ")\\b") #Use the regular expressions with gsub library(plyr) df$text <- gsub(bigram_split_pos, "POS", df$text) df$text <- gsub(bigram_split_neg, "NEG", df$text) df$text <- gsub(bigram_split_neutral, "NEUTRAL", df$text) df$text <- gsub(unigram_split_pos, "POS", df$text) df$text <- gsub(unigram_split_neg, "NEG", df$text) df$text <- gsub(unigram_split_neutral, "NEUTRAL", df$text) #Make the variables using str_count library(stringr) df$pos <- str_count(df$text, "POS") df$neg <- str_count(df$text, "NEG") df$neutral <- str_count(df$text, "NEUTRAL") rm(Bigram, Unigram, bigram_split_neg, bigram_split_neutral, bigram_split_pos,unigram_split_neg, unigram_split_neutral, unigram_split_pos, Sentiment)``` View(df)
I'm attempting to import a csv into my MySQL table, however when importing, the first row is imported, and then it concatenates all the next rows onto the last column.
Using the following SQL...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-14 at 03:26
It sounds like the lines my not be terminated by a newline. Try
LINES TERMINATED BY '\r' or
LINES TERMINATED BY '\r\n'.
I have to show string data into a tableView....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-30 at 10:41
If you want to flatten the array then
compactMap is the wrong API.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use ambience 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 ambience 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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