kandi X-RAY | rickshaw Summary
kandi X-RAY | rickshaw Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Combines regex patterns together
- Initialize a new SimpleLexer .
- Pretty pretty printer .
- Combines the source code and output decorations into a list of decorations .
- Creates a source decorator for decoration .
- Accepts a regular expression and expands all leading and folding groups .
- Makes a list of character charsets
- Call on MouseMove handler
- Extract extracted tags from the source code .
- Process HTML page
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I have two lists :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 13:59
If order doesn't matter (or rather, if you want to keep the order in
v), use a list comprehension with a set as reference for efficient identification of members (O(1) per item in
v, so O(n) in total):
The original code that scrape the first page of data works but then I created a loop that clicks on a "load more" button and then scrapes the data until there is no more "load more" button. At the end of my run it is not exporting anything. Is my code for exporting to CSV incorrect? Where am I going wrong with this?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 13:44
I see two issues here.
I.) One of them is with the
There is a table that I'm trying to pull 3 info from each row. Once done it would scroll to the bottom of the page click "load more" and then scrape the new data, and so on and so forth until there is no more "load more" button.
To pull all of the data from the table I used $$eval but that results in an undefined. However I get data if I use $eval instead but that only pulls data from the first row of the table. Why is $$eval returning "undefined" and if I can't use it how can I loop through the table to get all values with $eval?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-10 at 19:17
page.$$eval method runs
Array.from(document.querySelectorAll(selector)) in the background so what you get is an array. You can't apply
(e) => e.innerText on an array directly (even if it has a length of
1) without iterating it or getting the right elements by their proper indexes (e.g.:
e.innerText), otherwise you will get
You can use an
Array.map to iterate over the matching elements and collect the
innerText of each into an array.
I am new to Xamarin Forms and I am trying to create a task app. In the app, there will be the task list page and when the user selects a task, it will bring to the task view page. In the task view page, it will display the task details and the subtasks. The issue is that I can't figure out how to display the associated subtasks for the specific task id. The issue is in the ViewTask.xaml.cs file. I figured maybe doing the foreach loop where I can see if each subtask has a reference to the specific task id, which works, but I can't figure out how to display that specific subtask if it matches.
I hope this makes sense and I will appreciate all the help!
Here are the codes that I have so far:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-29 at 17:22
use LINQ to find the todo items that match the parent task ID
I buy and use a ReactJS template. this is the template that I use
I wanna install All dependencies using
npm install in root directory of Templates(React-App)
but i got an ERROR like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-10 at 20:19
This error occurs when you have a library listed as your dependency but it does not actually exist due to some reason.
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