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def parse_example_v2(serialized, features, example_names=None, name=None):
# pylint: disable=line-too-long
"""Parses `Example` protos into a `dict` of tensors.
Parses a number of serialized [`Example`](https://www.tensorflow.org/code/tensorflo
# pylint: disable=line
serialized, context_features=None, sequence_features=None,
# pylint: disable=line-too-long
"""Parses a single `SequenceExample` proto.
Parses a single serialized [`Seque
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haskell-language-server is giving me some hints on how to reduce code length, but while I'm learning I would like to disable this hints temporary so I can work on examples from books without the annoying hints polluting the editor. I still want error report, just disable the hints
Here is an example
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 04:03
EDIT: @JonPurdy mentioned (you should read the great comment bellow) that Hlint now supports plain comments like this too:
Assume I have a class with three lists as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 03:33
If you'd like to create a method in your class I suggest you can use the following.
I was reading this code (source):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:16
n2 - n1 in the case of a negative number as a result when converted to
bool will yield
n1 turns out to be less than
n2. That's why it is a bad practice to use
ints in such Boolean context.
Yes, as stated in the documentation:
...comparison function object which returns true if the first argument is less than the second
But the implementation of the comparison here leads to failure. Try this and see for yourself:
I need to retrieve a range delimited by indexes from a specific array
I cannot use OFFSET because it doesnt use an array as a parameter. And the range will then be use for a secondary calculation
I want to calculate the SUM of the 4th to the 11th value in the column Numbers.
So at the end the formula should look something like:
=SUM(Numbers[4:10]) = 36 4 and 10 being the desired indexes.
I tried with OFFSET and INDEX but cant figure out how to do it....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:36
INDIRECT() will work. Also
OFFSET() will work but need to apply some trick. As @BigBen suggested you can use
=SUM(INDEX(B:B,5):INDEX(B:B,11)) but I am sure you will not prefer to hard code index no. So, you can use below formula to dynamically input two index and get sum between those index. Try-
TL;DR: Why do I name go projects with a website in the path, and where do I initialize git within that path? ELI5, please.
I'm having a hard time understanding the fundamental purpose and use of the file/folder/repo structure and convention of projects/apps in the go language. I've seen a few posts, but they don't answer my overarching question of use/function and I just don't get it. Need ELI5 I guess.
Why are so many project's paths written as:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:46
Why do I name projects with a website in the path?
If your package has the exact same import path as someone else's package, then someone will have a hard time trying to use both packages in the same project because the import paths are not unique. So long as everyone uses a string equal to a URL that they effectively "own", such as your GitHub account (or actually own, such as your own domain), then these name collisions will not occur (excepting the fact that ownership of URLs may change over time).
It also makes it easier to
go get your project, since the host location is part of the import string. Every source file that uses the package also tells you where to get it from. That is a nice property to have.
Where do I initialize git?
Your project should have some root folder that contains everything in the project, and nothing outside of the project. Initialize git in this directory. It's also common to initialize your Go module here, if it's a Go project.
You may be restricted on where to put the git root by where you're trying to host the code. For example, if hosting on GitHub, all of the code you push has to go inside a repository. This means that you can put your git root in a higher directory that contains all your repositories, but there's no way (that I know of) to actually push this to the remote. Remember that your local file system is not the same as the remote host's. You may have a local folder called
github.com/myname/, but that doesn't mean that the remote end supports writing files to such a location.
I'm new to Python. I have a dictionary where some fields are dates (
datetime.datetime type) and I need to use comprehension to convert those to MM/DD/YYYY strings in a new cloned dictionary.
I was getting started with...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:15
You can use a conditional expression:
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
I have a dynamic query that adds WHERE clauses according to the parameters received:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 23:39
I found the answer with the following lines of code:
We can use .getA1Notation() to get Notation of a cell Range, for example D3 Could you guys please advise any idea of how to get absolute Notation for a Range, for example $D$3 ?
Thanks in advance,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 01:30
Unfortunately, in the current stage, it seems that
getA1Notation() cannot directly return the a1Notation like
$D$3. So, in your situation, how about the following sample script?
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:
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