kandi X-RAY | minie Summary
kandi X-RAY | minie Summary
An open information extraction system that provides compact extractions
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- Generate the proposition
- Determines the status of the specified adverbials
- Returns true if the adverbials are ignored
- Generates a textual representation of a given constituent
- Entry point
- Format an annotated proposition
- Entry point for the program
- Format an annotated proposition
- Returns a string representation of the annotation
- Returns a string representation of the attribution_phrase
- Checks if this clause has an adverbial
- Clones this context
- Dissects the independent clauses of a constituent
- Query a sentence
- Get chained verbs from a sequence of word indices
- Gets the factuality as a string
- Returns a string representation of this polarity object
- Gets a string representation of the sorted list of indexed words
- Sets the propositions without explicit annotations
- Loads the configuration from the given configuration file
- Process the possessives in an object
- Returns the aggregation string for the annotated triple
- Returns a string representation of this attribution phrase
- Returns the root of a list of words from a list of indexed words
- Converts a Modality object into a string
- Returns a string representation of this object
- Minimize the given sentence
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I am in the process of developing a small script which allows me to retrieve the values of a dictionary if the condition is met.
if the condition is fulfilled I retrieve the key of the dictionary in the cell of my columns in my dataframe.
However, where I get stuck is that I can only retrieve one value from my dictionary while my initial values validate other conditions.
what i have :Name shopping list cat_and_subcat tom apple , sirop , carotte Fruit - Apple nick chocolate, banana, apple minie Cake - Oreo julie juice Fruit - Lemon
what i should have :Name shopping list cat_and_subcat tom apple , sirop , carotte Fruit-Apple , Cake-Carote cake nick chocolate, banana, apple minie Cake - Oreo , Fruit - Apple julie juice Fruit - Lemon
How do I get to return all the values of the conditions that are true in the same cell?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-25 at 18:25
match tries to find a match only at the beginning of the string, while
search checks for a match anywhere in the string (this is what Perl does by default) in Python. In addition, your code returns instantly if it finds a match. You can modify your code as follows:
How do i get numbers in number1 in number2 and symbols in symbol1 symbol2 and how do i set conditions like first input should not be an operator or if multiple operators then return error? Am posting a question for the first time so please excuse if it not looks clean.
Here's my js: this are onclicks i specified:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-18 at 06:08
Parsing math expressions is not a simple task and is beyond the scope of an answer. There are several libraries that provide parsing. If you want to do this for learning purpose you should have a look at:
- Reverse Polish Notation
- Abstract Syntax Trees
- The Shunting-yard algorithm
I recently updated an ASP.NET MVC 5 project from .NET Framework 4.5.1 to 4.6.1. I also updated NuGet packages.
Now when I build the project I see several dozen warnings of
Encountered conflict between ... I've included several of these entries from the VS Output window:
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-30 at 05:55
.NET Framework update leaves build with “Encountered conflict between …” warnings
That is because:
This is due to the injected support for NETStandard 2.0. We inject new assemblies into NET 4.6.1 and later desktop projects in order to add support for netstandard2.0. We do this in targets now instead of packages because its no longer a requirement to reference a package to build a netstandard library. This injection happens whenever we see a netstandard1.5 or greater library referenced (see dotnet/sdk#1386).
Check this thread for some more details.
To resolve this issue, you could add binding redirect to those reference or just use standard references to
Microsoft.Win32.Primitives and not bring in any Nuget package for
See System.Net.Http v220.127.116.11 being copied/loaded from MSBuild tooling for some details.
Hope this helps.
A simple program which checks whether a key is pressed and outputs a hello world message does not operate properly. At the same time, a direct output of the message works, as well as an output and an if statement which uses an "always true" condition (1==1).
Other editors such as https://miniedit.calliope.cc/ can handle the key input without problems, so I can exclude any hardware issues.
For me it seems that Roberta contains a bug in the key handling in connection with if statements.
Has anyone observed similar behavior?
There seems to be no user forum for Roberta so far.
Screenshot and code attached. Thanks for any hints!...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-07 at 09:11
You should put your code into an endless loop:
I need help making
GPupdate /force fully invisible to the user.
I've seen this in the past. Currently it answers a question to not log the user off the PC automatically but I would like to have the batch close visually but finish the gpupdate in the background....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-03 at 13:20
I use a simple VBScript for cases like this. Use the command
start "" "directory\update.vbs". The contents of the VBScript (named update.vbs) are as follows:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use minie 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 minie 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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