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def create_api_files(output_files, packages, packages_to_ignore, root_init_template, output_dir, output_package, api_name,
def get_ndk_api_level(environ_cp, android_ndk_home_path): """Gets the appropriate NDK API level to use for the provided Android NDK path.""" # First check to see if we're using a blessed version of the NDK. properties_path = '%s/source.propert
def _add_dispatch_for_binary_elementwise_api(api, x_type, y_type, elementwise_api_handler): """Registers a binary elementwise handler as a dispatcher for a given API.""" api_signature = tf_inspect.sign
Trending Discussions on API
I am working on a React Web Application Where I fetch and display student data from an API and I keep getting the error,
Warning: Each child in a list should have a unique "key" prop. Check the render method of
Accordion.js being one of my components of my Web Application
Any Help to fix this issue would be appreciated :)
I have tried passing a key prop with an id to the Accordion component from a parent component, but that did not seem to work. Could it be that I need to pass a key in my test score paragraph?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 23:21
On line 23
Make the following change
I am using a script to recursively list all the files in a Google drive folder to a spreadsheet. It is working fine but i need to sort the file listing by size ( highest size on top ). Also drive api returns value of size in bytes but i need them in GB's . I haven't found any way to do it through api directly ,so i want to divide the size value of each file by 1073741824 upto 1 decimal rounding it off ( 1 GB = 1073741824 bytes )...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:55
- In your script, the values are put to the Spreadsheet using
appendRowin the loops. In this case, the process cost will be high. Ref And also, in this case, after the values were put to the Spreadsheet, it is required to sort the sheet.
- So, in this answer, I would like to propose the following flow.
- Retrieve the file list and put to an array.
- Sort the array by the file size.
- Put the array to the Spreadsheet.
When above points are reflected to your script, it becomes as follows.Modified script:
I am running the following in my React app and when I open the console in Chrome, it is printing the response.data twice in the console. What is causing this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:48
You have included fetching function in the component as it is, so it fires every time component being rendered. You better to include fetching data in useEffect hook just like this:
I am trying to use next-firebase-auth package to manage authentication in my next js app. Before messing around, I wanted to run the example. However, I could not find proper explanation for the fields required in the .env file.
Could you please explain what should be the values of following fields in
local.env file here
The last one I guess is the
Web API key shown on the config page. Not sure, please confirm.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 12:34
The next-fire-base-auth config documentation links to the cookies package. Under the cookies example, I found:
Can someone help me investigate why my Chainlink requests aren't getting fulfilled. They get fulfilled in my tests (see hardhat test etherscan events(https://kovan.etherscan.io/address/0x8Ae71A5a6c73dc87e0B9Da426c1b3B145a6F0d12#events). But they don't get fulfilled when I make them from my react app (see react app contract's etherscan events https://kovan.etherscan.io/address/0x6da2256a13fd36a884eb14185e756e89ffa695f8#events).
Same contracts (different addresses), same function call.
Here's the code I use to call them in my tests...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 00:09
Remove your agreement vars in
MinimalClone.sol, and either have the user input them as args in your
init() method or hardcode them into the request like this:
In part of my application I have an option that displays a list of albums by the current artist that aren't in the music library. To get this I call a music API to get the list of all albums by that artist and then I remove the albums that are in the current library.
To cope with the different casing of names and the possibility of missing (or extra punctuation) in the title I have written an
IEqualityComparer to use in the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 23:05
If you're going to use the
CompareOptions enum, I feel like you might as well use it with the
CompareInfo class that it's documented as being designed for:
Defines the string comparison options to use with CompareInfo.
Then you can just use the
GetHashCode(string, CompareOptions) method from that class (and even the
Compare(string, string, CompareOptions) method if you like).
I am new to NestJS and I am trying to use the
HttpModule which incorporates
axios. The problem I have is that I don't know how to return the data from the response. I am getting some
Subscription object. For now I could only make it console.log like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 22:04
I solve it using it like this:
I am trying to execute
reply_count using the Twitter Tweepy API, but I can't find proper updated documentation on how to do it.
I have some working code from Tweepy for Twitter API version 1 to get some data I use, but I cant find good info about how to extract
quote_count using Twitter API version 2 via Tweepy.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 22:22
Tweepy v3.10.0 does not support Twitter API v2. You'll have to use the latest development version of Tweepy on the master branch or wait for Tweepy v4.0 to be released.
As that documentation says, you need to pass the specific fields and expansions you want when making the API request. For example, for the version currently on the master branch, the equivalent of the public metrics example request in that documentation would be:
maybe you guys here can help. i’m trying to get a token in a script on a website with python beautiful soup but i’m stuck at one part. the request i make is...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:46
You need access throught JSON, there has an option:
I have a Python script that I'm working on where I would like to iterate through a list of ID values at the end of a URL.
This is my script so far where I would like to replace the 555 portion of the url with a list of ID values such that the script would do a POST for each of them. How can I accomplish that?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:09
You can use a
for loop, with the
range function to create a list of ids:
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