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I have data of devices and its latitudes, longitudes all stored as varchar in PostgreSQL. When my device isn't able to latch on to the GPS - the lat, long is stored in the table as '-1.0', '-1.0'. Here is how the table looks like:
I'm trying to calculate on per day basis, the GPS availability percentage. Which is, the ratio the number of times device had GPS (the lat, long was not -1.0, -1.0) to the total number of GPS pings sent throughout the day.
I made some effort on this:
If want to know on daily basis, how many times each device had GPS (lat, long were not -1.0, -1.0). This is the query:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 13:25
You can achieve this a few different ways e.g. subquery, cte etc. Here is a cte example:
You can find my Code here: https://jsfiddle.net/NoahSchwarz/j5mtsrbn/2/#&togetherjs=NuUS0LxnsH...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-12 at 13:19
I'm trying to format the json reposnse to make it work with JStree
Here the url json response...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-28 at 20:31
I couldn't understand all of your logic, but I hope this code can help you.
I am trying to create a scenario where something on the page is clicked, then a h1 will appear in a random place. However, I would then like that first h1 to stay in place and another appear in another random place and so on after each click. If the button was clicked continuously then the page will fill up with the same h1 tag. Almost like when Windows has a melt and loads of the same pop ups "pop up" and you have to click to get rid of them. I've tried doing this myself from searching other questions, but the code gets quite complicated when trying to adapt it from other users questions and answers.
So far I have managed to get the h1 tag to move randomly around the page. I've also managed to get it to clone the h1. However at the moment it all stays in one long list (apart from the original instance), instead of stopping in place with each instance as I'd like.
I've seen many different versions of creating the random part, so I'm entirely open to any ideas or completely new code to get this working....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 13:59
There's two issues in your code. Firstly,
$('.words') selects all the
h1 elements, so when you update their
css() you're moving every single one of them. Instead, keep a reference to the cloned element and move that one only.
Similarly, if you only want to clone a single instance per click you need to select one
.words element only, not all of them, and
:first can be used for that. Try this:
I have a search box built that operates pretty much exactly how I would like, except for one slight issue, that only part of solution is working. I've tried a few answers from here on "SO" and even gotten some ideas from here to put it all together, which I'm very grateful for, but I'm really stuck with it now.
The whole thing opens up from a font awesome icon after a CSS hover, this includes the "box" it's in and the input. I've got some jQuery to keep the box open until the user clicks away from it, however if the mouse is moved, i.e. the hover is taken away, then the text/input disappears (The box stays open). I would like the whole search box to stay open after the hover, including the text as well so it stays visible, even if the user moves the mouse away, and then for it all to close up when clicked away (or of course if the search is entered, but that's a whole other thing) I've gotten this far and I know I must be missing something relatively minor, so thank you for any help! Also if any of the code appears horribly wrong or could be improved, I'd very much appreciate any input!
div.search-box:hover > input.search-txt - This seems to be the main part of the CSS that's blowing my mind. I've tried moving the hover around etc, but the > doesn't seem to be working as I thought it should. I tried adding in or writing new jQuery for the "text input" similar to keeping the "box" open, but this CSS selector seems to be overriding it or something. I even tried adding a class on its own via jQuery but again it had the same problem. If I don't use this selector then I'm more or less back to square one.
I've added the basic code below and made a jsfiddle. https://jsfiddle.net/g7vkc3x1/15/#&togetherjs=oRMrQkQlLD
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-25 at 15:30
I've found your bug, your input hides again after you move your mouse away from it. At this code
Is there a way to pause code execution in JS? I'm trying to create a browser based terminal, and I'm having trouble creating a user input type functionality.
Essentially I want to have a parameter called currentCommand which initializes in a false state and a function which waits for the currentCommand variable to change before completing like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-31 at 03:24
The closest you can probably get would be to promisify whichever API you're using and
await its resolution:
I am creating a resizable textbox that can stretch vertically and horizontally without warping graphical corner elements. To do so, I am using three vertical sections (top, center, bottom) and three horizontal sections (left, middle, right) within the top and bottom vertical sections. This way, the 'top-middle' and 'bottom-middle' sections can stretch horizontally and the center section can stretch vertically & horizontally, while the corner sections (top-left, top-right, bottom-left..) stay the same width and height to avoid warping.
The problem is: positioning elements so that they line up with one another. Specifically, I seem to be getting some cut-off on the right sides of my corner elements.
Here's a screenshot of the issue: https://postimg.cc/Xp4dRDrQ
Here is the HTML:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-16 at 03:05
Hm, I got something working by using actual
img elements (which have an inherent width and height) for the individual sections, along with
The only problem I can see is that the center element's background's borders are blurry. Not sure how to fix that, but other than that, it works. No border cutoff.
I have a data from a weather forecast api like this https://jsfiddle.net/ammarabdulaziz/dvzyo37m/1/#&togetherjs=sl9DNSolHU
It is a weather forecast for 5 days every 3 hours. I want to group data with the date and find the minimum and maximum temperature of Each day.
Expecting output format:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-07 at 16:39
you cannot find min, max because there is no operation to check/assign it value,
.reduce is little complicated, I will use normal loop
I have tried changing the display and getting rid of some code? probably erased the wrong thing or some code is overlapping? Im new to web development so if you can explain what I did wrong that will be great thanks. Check out Code on this JSFiddle link. https://jsfiddle.net/galbruh/htsrmy0L/2/#&togetherjs=PjjPVg1cOR...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 20:47
You have a spelling error in
display: incline, it's actually spelled
inline. That fixes it.
Consider the following schema:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-13 at 08:56
SET @m1 := '2020-09-01'; SET @m2 := '2020-10-01'; SELECT Result.Description, COALESCE(SUM(CASE WHEN Result.startDate = @m1 THEN value END), 0) Total1, COALESCE(SUM(CASE WHEN Result.startDate = @m2 THEN value END), 0) Total2, COALESCE(SUM(CASE WHEN Result.startDate = @m2 THEN value END), 0) - COALESCE(SUM(CASE WHEN Result.startDate = @m1 THEN value END), 0) Variance FROM ( SELECT @m1 startDate UNION ALL SELECT @m2 ) baseDates LEFT JOIN Result USING (startDate) GROUP BY Result.Description
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