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kandi X-RAY | robert Summary
基于SpringCloud的企业级微服务多租户系统、多语言的脚手架, 代码组件化、高内聚低耦合，代码简介，注释丰富容易上手，该项目包括用于开发分布式应用程序服务的必要组件，支持多应用程序访问，并使开发人员可以轻松地使用Spring Cloud编程模型来开发分布式应用程序服务。
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I have a data frame including three columns named 'Altitude', 'Distance', 'Slope'. The column of 'Slope' is calculated using the two first columns 'Altitude', 'Distance'. @ the first step the purpose was to calculate 'Slope' using a condition explained below: A condition function was deployed to start from the top column of the "Distance" variable and add up (sum) values until the summation of them is greater or equal to 10 (>=10). If this condition corrects then calculate the "Slope" using the given formula: Slope=Average(Altitude)/(sum(Distance)). The summation of the 'Distance' was counting from the first value of that to the index that the 'Distance' has stopped there). The following code is for the above explanation (By Tim Roberts):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-19 at 13:38
Use this code after you calculate
s to get slope column with desired values:
I am trying to get the Coriolis matrix for my robot (need the matrix explicitly for the controller) based on the following approach which I have found online:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:00
You are close. You need to tell the autodiff pipeline what you want to take the derivative with respect to. In this case, I believe you want
I have created a json file with the output having key values pair. But i would like to filter more and get only specific tags and get new output in table using excel (csv) format...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 01:54
To achieve the "expected" output given the "actual" output, you could use the following filter:
This is difficult to explain, but I'll do my best...
I have an array of strings. Let's use an example here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 21:00
I think I have some idea regarding it. What you can do is store the list like.
I wrote an AppleScript to synch my Reminders (via export to JSON). It runs great... from the Script Editor. As soon as I tried to run it on the command line via
osascript, I discovered it hits a wall when it tries to access reminders. After maybe a minute and a half, I get this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 06:12
Wrap your script with timeout of 3600 seconds (1 hour). Your script time outs with default time = 2 minutes (120 seconds) per command. So,:
I have a large JSON file (~700.000 lines, 1.2GB filesize) containing twitter data that I need to preprocess for data and network analysis. During the data collection an error happend: Instead of using " as a seperator ' was used. As this does not conform with the JSON standard, the file can not be processed by R or Python.
Information about the dataset: Every about 500 lines start with meta info + meta information for the users, etc. then there are the tweets in json (order of fields not stable) starting with a space, one tweet per line.
This is what I tried so far:
- A simple
data.replace('\'', '\"')is not possible, as the "text" fields contain tweets which may contain ' or " themselves.
- Using regex, I was able to catch some of the instances, but it does not catch everything:
astpackage also throws an error.
As the order of the fields and the legth for each field is not stable I am stuck on how to reformat that file in order to conform to JSON.
Normal sample line of the data (for this options one and two would work, but note that the tweets are also in non-english languages, which use " or ' in their tweets):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 13:57
' that are causing the problem are only in the tweets and desciption
you could try that
I have a PLSQL Procedure that receives...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 08:31
Ummmm ... no, you don't have a function. That should be a procedure as functions can't do DML operations.
Other than that, procedure would have something like this:
The goal is to replace the last line of a document. The last line always starts with a $. I am using a find here but don't have to, I couldn't get any other way to function.
I have used replace.text successfully within find but due to some conditions I can't use that without tons of if statements running different Finds.
Everything seems to be working I try except for going to the end of the page or expanding to delete/replace the entire line after the $.
Specifically the .Expand function doesn't work for me the 10 different ways I've tried. and .EndKeys never works for me. (I have tried every combination of WordDoc.Expand WordApp.Expand WordSelection.Expand setting activedocument etc.)
The code is a bit of a mess at this point. The
For Each oRange is the only part with issues and is my 10th iteration of trying to get it to work by now.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 20:55
Your code isn't working because
WordSelection doesn't get moved after the
Set statement. You can accomplish what you need just using the Range. You should also check that Find actually found something.
When i call my funtion with a startingAngle=0 it produce a good shape with the correct size. Example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 21:00
Your problem is one of mathematics. You said "As observed, the side length is 10px". It very definitely is not 10px. The distance from (10,5) to (5,0) is sqrt(5*5 + 5*5), which is 7.07. That's exactly what we expect for a square that is inscribed in a circle of radius 5: 5 x sqrt(2).
And that's what the other squares are as well.
As an added bonus, here is a function that returns the radius of the circle that circumscribes a regular polygon with N sides of length L:
I want to be able to determine if a passed argument is an IEnumerable....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 15:31
It isn't So: while it isn't
KeyValuePair is a value-type (
struct), and generic variance rules doesn't allow for value-types and
object to be interchangeable during type tests (as a conversion - boxing - is required).
IEnumerable, it is, however,
IEnumerable in the non-generic sense.
So: while it isn't
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You can use robert 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 robert 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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