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I have the following function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-17 at 07:58
You could change it to something like this:
icheck-bootstrap is a pure css checkboxes and radio buttons for Twitter bootstrap. This implies it will work with any of the frontend libraries. At least that's the way I figured it... And indeed, his use from the readme of his github page for the library :Link to icheck-bootstrap demo with docs Does work it just has a side effect that I can live with.
In at lease one place where I'm trying to use this library, the component is in a modal dialog that is used to login to the site. Below is the html template code for the component:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-04 at 07:36
I have fix the problem I was having. The first part of the problem was that I was not asking the right question. I have edited the question to ask it in a better way, I think.
I have fixed the problem with the html below:
I am currently trying to learn machine learning techniques and wanted to recreate a simple image recognition algorithm with tensorflow. Therefore I made two Python-files: One for training and one for prediction.
Tested on Ubuntu 18.04 Used Python Version: 3.7 Used Numpy Version: 1.18.1 Used Tensorflow Version: 1.14 and 2.1.0 (outputs below are from Version 1.14)
My images are from http://www.cs.columbia.edu/CAVE/databases/pubfig/download/#dev The set consists of about 3000 images of cropped faces from 60 people.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-26 at 01:04
Hey I believe you are getting strange predictions because your data distribution has 60 classes of people while your model is compiled with a loss function that is set to binary crossentropy.
Binary crossentropy is used to determine a max of 2 classes. What you need to do is change the loss function to categorical crossentropy.
why not fork's return value 0?
I know the child process making successful, then the fork return value is 0
but i tried if return value
(pid) == 0 then
printf code. unfortunately not print.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-23 at 05:05
System calls are executed by the process' context who called them. That means the process who called them will receive the system call function return value. The fork implementation has the same behavior as all other system calls but is a bit special because 2 processes supposly return from it although only the parent process actually called it.
The child process's stack is being built to simulate a system call was previously made, together with it's simulated return value stored in the trapframe's eax register (which used for holding the function return value).
When the child process is selected to run by the scheduler, it's first line of code that run will be the forkret function and trapret as the simulated stack was prepared by allocproc function.
I need to convert digits to their name ex: 1=one 2=two etc but I can only use SED command. Just the one-digit numbers should change....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-11 at 20:02
With a sed that has
-E to enable EREs and recognizes
\n as meaning a newline (e.g. GNU sed):
I've written a script in python using selenium to scrape different reviewers connected to each
item name from a webpage. Few items have lots of reviewers revealed upon clicking on
see more button and few do not have any reviewers.
I've tried to write the script in such a way so that it will get all the item links from the landing page then rove each of the links and then click on the
review tab then on the
see more button and finnally collect the reviewers and repeat the same until there are no more items left.
The main concern here is that when the script clicks on the
see more button, It opens a new tab containing the reviewers.
This is my try so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-24 at 10:21
If you need to close new window and get back to initial window, try to replace
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