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dictionary is a JavaScript library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs applications. dictionary has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can install using 'npm i dictionary-pt-br' or download it from GitHub, npm.
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kandi has reviewed dictionary and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into dictionary implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • load a database
    • render error list
      • fetch cache handler
        • Generate heading node .
          • get a remote word
            • respond to the server
              • Creates the head for the given word .
                • Generates a syllables symbol .
                  • Change of the word list .
                    • Double click callback

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                      dictionary Key Features

                      [x] Works without JavaScript

                      [x] Works offline: Service worker, pouchdb

                      [x] Server: express

                      [x] Rendering: virtual-dom

                      [x] 100/100 on Lighthouse when ignoring HTTP/2 support, 88/100 otherwise

                      [x] Shared rendering across server and app

                      [x] Data from Words API

                      [x] Caches Words API responses in levelup

                      Build

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                      WORDSAPI_KEY=1234567890qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm1234567890qwer
                      

                      Unknown host CPU architecture: arm64 , Android NDK SiliconM1 Apple MacBook Pro

                      copy iconCopydownload iconDownload
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      
                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      
                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      #!/bin/sh
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      #!/bin/sh
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      #!/bin/sh
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      #!/bin/sh
                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      
                      Android Studio 2021.1.1
                      Android Gradle Plugin 7.1.0 (the plugin includes an aapt2 binary)
                      Android SDK Build-Tools 32.1-rc1 (SDK's stable channel)
                      Android SDK Platform Tools 32.0.0 (SDK's stable channel)
                      Android NDK 24.0.7956693 (beta 2, from the SDK's beta channel)
                      CMake 3.22.1 (SDK's canary channel)
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.7956693-beta2"
                          externalNativeBuild {
                              cmake {
                                  path file('src/main/cpp/CMakeLists.txt')
                                  version '3.22.1'
                              }
                          }
                      }
                      
                      Android Studio 2021.1.1
                      Android Gradle Plugin 7.1.0 (the plugin includes an aapt2 binary)
                      Android SDK Build-Tools 32.1-rc1 (SDK's stable channel)
                      Android SDK Platform Tools 32.0.0 (SDK's stable channel)
                      Android NDK 24.0.7956693 (beta 2, from the SDK's beta channel)
                      CMake 3.22.1 (SDK's canary channel)
                      
                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.7956693-beta2"
                          externalNativeBuild {
                              cmake {
                                  path file('src/main/cpp/CMakeLists.txt')
                                  version '3.22.1'
                              }
                          }
                      }
                      

                      Filter a dictionary of lists

                      copy iconCopydownload iconDownload
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1","hel","llo"]}
                      for key in d:
                          if key != "conf":
                              d[key] = [d[key][i] for i in range(len(d[key])) if d["conf"][i] >= 0]
                      d["conf"] = [i for i in d["conf"] if i>=0]
                      print(d)
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1","hel","llo"]}
                      
                      d = {i:[d[i][j] for j in range(len(d[i])) if d["conf"][j] >= 0] for i in d}
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1","hel","llo"]}
                      for key in d:
                          if key != "conf":
                              d[key] = [d[key][i] for i in range(len(d[key])) if d["conf"][i] >= 0]
                      d["conf"] = [i for i in d["conf"] if i>=0]
                      print(d)
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1","hel","llo"]}
                      
                      d = {i:[d[i][j] for j in range(len(d[i])) if d["conf"][j] >= 0] for i in d}
                      
                      kept_keys = [i for i in range(len(my_dict['conf'])) if my_dict['conf'][i] > 0]
                      
                      {k: list(map(lambda x: x[1], filter(lambda x: x[0] in kept_keys, enumerate(my_dict[k])))) for k in my_dict}
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      kept_keys = [i for i in range(len(my_dict['conf'])) if my_dict['conf'][i] > 0]
                      
                      {k: list(map(lambda x: x[1], filter(lambda x: x[0] in kept_keys, enumerate(my_dict[k])))) for k in my_dict}
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      kept_keys = [i for i in range(len(my_dict['conf'])) if my_dict['conf'][i] > 0]
                      
                      {k: list(map(lambda x: x[1], filter(lambda x: x[0] in kept_keys, enumerate(my_dict[k])))) for k in my_dict}
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      from operator import itemgetter
                      
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          positive_indices = [i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0]
                          f = itemgetter(*positive_indices)
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      
                      d = {"level": [1, 2, 3], "conf": [-1, 1, 2], "text": ["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      print(filter_dictionary(d))
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          f = itemgetter(*(i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0))
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      from operator import itemgetter
                      
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          positive_indices = [i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0]
                          f = itemgetter(*positive_indices)
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      
                      d = {"level": [1, 2, 3], "conf": [-1, 1, 2], "text": ["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      print(filter_dictionary(d))
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          f = itemgetter(*(i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0))
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      from operator import itemgetter
                      
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          positive_indices = [i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0]
                          f = itemgetter(*positive_indices)
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      
                      d = {"level": [1, 2, 3], "conf": [-1, 1, 2], "text": ["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      print(filter_dictionary(d))
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d):
                          f = itemgetter(*(i for i, item in enumerate(d['conf']) if item > 0))
                          return {k: list(f(v)) for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      a_dict = {"level": [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8], "conf": [-1, 1, -1, -2], "text": ["-1", "hel", "llo", "ai", 0, 9]}
                      
                      # iterate backwards over the list keeping the indexes
                      for index, item in reversed(list(enumerate(a_dict["conf"]))):
                          if item <= 0:
                              for lists in a_dict.values():
                                  del lists[index]
                      print(a_dict)
                      
                      {'level': [2, 5, 8], 'conf': [1], 'text': ['hel', 0, 9]}
                      
                      a_dict = {"level": [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8], "conf": [-1, 1, -1, -2], "text": ["-1", "hel", "llo", "ai", 0, 9]}
                      
                      # iterate backwards over the list keeping the indexes
                      for index, item in reversed(list(enumerate(a_dict["conf"]))):
                          if item <= 0:
                              for lists in a_dict.values():
                                  del lists[index]
                      print(a_dict)
                      
                      {'level': [2, 5, 8], 'conf': [1], 'text': ['hel', 0, 9]}
                      
                      a = {"level":[1,2,3,4], "conf": [-1,1,2,-1],"text": ["-1","hel","llo","test"]}
                      
                      # inefficient solution
                      # for k, v in a.items():
                      #     if k == "conf":
                      #         start_search = 0
                      #         to_delete = [] #it will store the index numbers of the conf that you want to delete(conf<0)
                      #         for element in v:
                      #             if element < 0:
                      #                 to_delete.append(v.index(element,start_search))
                      #                 start_search = v.index(element) + 1
                      
                      #more efficient and elegant solution
                      to_delete = [i for i, element in enumerate(a["conf"]) if element < 0]
                      for position in list(reversed(to_delete)):
                          for k, v in a.items():
                              v.pop(position)
                      
                      >>> a
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      a = {"level":[1,2,3,4], "conf": [-1,1,2,-1],"text": ["-1","hel","llo","test"]}
                      
                      # inefficient solution
                      # for k, v in a.items():
                      #     if k == "conf":
                      #         start_search = 0
                      #         to_delete = [] #it will store the index numbers of the conf that you want to delete(conf<0)
                      #         for element in v:
                      #             if element < 0:
                      #                 to_delete.append(v.index(element,start_search))
                      #                 start_search = v.index(element) + 1
                      
                      #more efficient and elegant solution
                      to_delete = [i for i, element in enumerate(a["conf"]) if element < 0]
                      for position in list(reversed(to_delete)):
                          for k, v in a.items():
                              v.pop(position)
                      
                      >>> a
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      my_dict = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2],'text':["-1","hel","llo"]}
                      
                      def remove_corresponding_items(d, key):
                          keep_indexes = [idx for idx, value in enumerate(d[key]) if value>0]
                          for key, lst in d.items():
                              d[key] = [lst[idx] for idx in keep_indexes]
                      
                      remove_corresponding_items(my_dict, 'conf')
                      print(my_dict)
                      
                      from typing import Dict, List, Any, Set
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      
                      # First, we create a set that stores the indices which should be kept.
                      # I chose a set instead of a list because it has a O(1) lookup time.
                      # We only want to keep the items on indices where the value in d["conf"] is greater than 0
                      filtered_indexes = {i for i, value in enumerate(d.get('conf', [])) if value > 0}
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d: Dict[str, List[Any]], filtered_indexes: Set[int]) -> Dict[str, List[Any]]:
                          filtered_dictionary = d.copy()  # We'll return a modified copy of the original dictionary
                          for key, list_values in d.items():
                              # In the next line the actual filtering for each key/value pair takes place. 
                              # The original lists get overwritten with the filtered lists.
                              filtered_dictionary[key] = [value for i, value in enumerate(list_values) if i in filtered_indexes]
                          return filtered_dictionary
                      
                      print(filter_dictionary(d, filtered_indexes))
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      from typing import Dict, List, Any, Set
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      
                      # First, we create a set that stores the indices which should be kept.
                      # I chose a set instead of a list because it has a O(1) lookup time.
                      # We only want to keep the items on indices where the value in d["conf"] is greater than 0
                      filtered_indexes = {i for i, value in enumerate(d.get('conf', [])) if value > 0}
                      
                      def filter_dictionary(d: Dict[str, List[Any]], filtered_indexes: Set[int]) -> Dict[str, List[Any]]:
                          filtered_dictionary = d.copy()  # We'll return a modified copy of the original dictionary
                          for key, list_values in d.items():
                              # In the next line the actual filtering for each key/value pair takes place. 
                              # The original lists get overwritten with the filtered lists.
                              filtered_dictionary[key] = [value for i, value in enumerate(list_values) if i in filtered_indexes]
                          return filtered_dictionary
                      
                      print(filter_dictionary(d, filtered_indexes))
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      mydict = {"level": [1, 2, 3], "conf": [-1, 1, 2], 'text': ["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      
                      for i, v in enumerate(mydict['conf']):
                          if v <= 0:
                              for key in mydict.keys():
                                  mydict[key][i] = None
                      
                      for key in mydict.keys():
                          mydict[key] = [v for v in mydict[key] if v is not None]
                      
                      print(mydict)
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      mydict = {"level": [1, 2, 3], "conf": [-1, 1, 2], 'text': ["-1", "hel", "llo"]}
                      
                      for i, v in enumerate(mydict['conf']):
                          if v <= 0:
                              for key in mydict.keys():
                                  mydict[key][i] = None
                      
                      for key in mydict.keys():
                          mydict[key] = [v for v in mydict[key] if v is not None]
                      
                      print(mydict)
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      import pandas as pd
                      
                      data = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      df = pd.DataFrame(data)
                      df = df.loc[df["conf"] > 0]
                      result = df.to_dict(orient="list")
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      data = pd.DataFrame({
                          "level":[1,2,3],
                          "conf":[-1,1,2],
                          "text":["here","hel","llo"],
                      })
                      
                      result = data.loc[data["conf"] > 0]
                      
                         level  conf text
                      1      2     1  hel
                      2      3     2  llo
                      
                      import pandas as pd
                      
                      data = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      df = pd.DataFrame(data)
                      df = df.loc[df["conf"] > 0]
                      result = df.to_dict(orient="list")
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      data = pd.DataFrame({
                          "level":[1,2,3],
                          "conf":[-1,1,2],
                          "text":["here","hel","llo"],
                      })
                      
                      result = data.loc[data["conf"] > 0]
                      
                         level  conf text
                      1      2     1  hel
                      2      3     2  llo
                      
                      import pandas as pd
                      
                      data = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      df = pd.DataFrame(data)
                      df = df.loc[df["conf"] > 0]
                      result = df.to_dict(orient="list")
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      data = pd.DataFrame({
                          "level":[1,2,3],
                          "conf":[-1,1,2],
                          "text":["here","hel","llo"],
                      })
                      
                      result = data.loc[data["conf"] > 0]
                      
                         level  conf text
                      1      2     1  hel
                      2      3     2  llo
                      
                      import pandas as pd
                      
                      data = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      df = pd.DataFrame(data)
                      df = df.loc[df["conf"] > 0]
                      result = df.to_dict(orient="list")
                      
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      data = pd.DataFrame({
                          "level":[1,2,3],
                          "conf":[-1,1,2],
                          "text":["here","hel","llo"],
                      })
                      
                      result = data.loc[data["conf"] > 0]
                      
                         level  conf text
                      1      2     1  hel
                      2      3     2  llo
                      
                      dct = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      dct = {k: np.array(v) for k, v in d.items()}
                      dct = {k: v[a['conf'] > 0].tolist() for k, v in a.items()}
                      
                      >>> dct
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      dct = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]}
                      dct = {k: np.array(v) for k, v in d.items()}
                      dct = {k: v[a['conf'] > 0].tolist() for k, v in a.items()}
                      
                      >>> dct
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      dct = {k: [x for i, x in enumerate(v) if d['conf'][i] > 0] for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      >>> dct
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]
                      
                      dct = {k: [x for i, x in enumerate(v) if d['conf'][i] > 0] for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      >>> dct
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]
                      
                      dct = {k: [x for i, x in enumerate(v) if d['conf'][i] > 0] for k, v in d.items()}
                      
                      >>> dct
                      {'level': [2, 3], 'conf': [1, 2], 'text': ['hel', 'llo']}
                      
                      d = {"level":[1,2,3], "conf":[-1,1,2], "text":["here","hel","llo"]
                      

                      FastAPI - GET request results in typeerror (value is not a valid dict)

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                      class Userattribute(BaseModel):
                          name: str
                          value: str
                          user_id: str
                          id: str
                      
                          class Config:
                              orm_mode = True
                      
                      class OurBaseModel(BaseModel):
                          class Config:
                              orm_mode = True
                      
                      
                      class Userattribute(OurBaseModel):
                          name: str
                          value: str
                          user_id: str
                          id: str
                      
                      class Userattribute(BaseModel):
                          name: str
                          value: str
                          user_id: str
                          id: str
                      
                          class Config:
                              orm_mode = True
                      
                      class OurBaseModel(BaseModel):
                          class Config:
                              orm_mode = True
                      
                      
                      class Userattribute(OurBaseModel):
                          name: str
                          value: str
                          user_id: str
                          id: str
                      

                      Java, project panama and how to deal with Hunspell 'suggest' result

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                      /* suggest(suggestions, word) - search suggestions
                       * input: pointer to an array of strings pointer and the (bad) word
                       *   array of strings pointer (here *slst) may not be initialized
                       * output: number of suggestions in string array, and suggestions in
                       *   a newly allocated array of strings (*slts will be NULL when number
                       *   of suggestion equals 0.)
                       */
                      LIBHUNSPELL_DLL_EXPORTED int Hunspell_suggest(Hunhandle* pHunspell,
                                                                    char*** slst,
                                                                    const char* word);
                      
                      // char***
                      var suggestionsRef = allocator.allocate(ValueLayout.ADDRESS); // allocate space for an address
                      var suggestionCount = Hunspell_suggest(hunspellHandle, suggestionsRef, word);
                      // char** (the value set by the function)
                      MemoryAddress suggestions = suggestionsRef.get(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, 0);
                      
                      for (int i = 0; i < suggestionCount; i++) {
                          // char* (an element in the array)
                          MemoryAddress suggestion = suggestions.getAtIndex(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, i);
                          // read the string
                          String javaSuggestion = suggestion.getUtf8String(suggestion, 0);
                      }
                      
                      /* suggest(suggestions, word) - search suggestions
                       * input: pointer to an array of strings pointer and the (bad) word
                       *   array of strings pointer (here *slst) may not be initialized
                       * output: number of suggestions in string array, and suggestions in
                       *   a newly allocated array of strings (*slts will be NULL when number
                       *   of suggestion equals 0.)
                       */
                      LIBHUNSPELL_DLL_EXPORTED int Hunspell_suggest(Hunhandle* pHunspell,
                                                                    char*** slst,
                                                                    const char* word);
                      
                      // char***
                      var suggestionsRef = allocator.allocate(ValueLayout.ADDRESS); // allocate space for an address
                      var suggestionCount = Hunspell_suggest(hunspellHandle, suggestionsRef, word);
                      // char** (the value set by the function)
                      MemoryAddress suggestions = suggestionsRef.get(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, 0);
                      
                      for (int i = 0; i < suggestionCount; i++) {
                          // char* (an element in the array)
                          MemoryAddress suggestion = suggestions.getAtIndex(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, i);
                          // read the string
                          String javaSuggestion = suggestion.getUtf8String(suggestion, 0);
                      }
                      
                      /* suggest(suggestions, word) - search suggestions
                       * input: pointer to an array of strings pointer and the (bad) word
                       *   array of strings pointer (here *slst) may not be initialized
                       * output: number of suggestions in string array, and suggestions in
                       *   a newly allocated array of strings (*slts will be NULL when number
                       *   of suggestion equals 0.)
                       */
                      LIBHUNSPELL_DLL_EXPORTED int Hunspell_suggest(Hunhandle* pHunspell,
                                                                    char*** slst,
                                                                    const char* word);
                      
                      // char***
                      var suggestionsRef = allocator.allocate(ValueLayout.ADDRESS); // allocate space for an address
                      var suggestionCount = Hunspell_suggest(hunspellHandle, suggestionsRef, word);
                      // char** (the value set by the function)
                      MemoryAddress suggestions = suggestionsRef.get(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, 0);
                      
                      for (int i = 0; i < suggestionCount; i++) {
                          // char* (an element in the array)
                          MemoryAddress suggestion = suggestions.getAtIndex(ValueLayout.ADDRESS, i);
                          // read the string
                          String javaSuggestion = suggestion.getUtf8String(suggestion, 0);
                      }
                      

                      Explode pandas column of dictionary with list of tuples as value

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                      tmp = pd.concat([df, pd.json_normalize(df['col2'])], axis=1).drop('col2', axis=1).explode(['added', 'deleted'])
                      new_df = pd.concat([tmp.drop(['added', 'deleted'], axis=1).reset_index(drop=True), pd.DataFrame(tmp['added'].tolist()).merge(pd.DataFrame(tmp['deleted'].tolist()), on=0).set_axis(['number', 'added', 'deleted'], axis=1)], axis=1)
                      
                      >>> new_df
                           col1  number    added  deleted
                      0  value1      59  dep1_v2  dep1_v1
                      1  value1      60  dep2_v2  dep2_v1
                      2  value2      61  dep3_v2  dep3_v1
                      
                      tmp = pd.concat([df, pd.json_normalize(df['col2'])], axis=1).drop('col2', axis=1).explode(['added', 'deleted'])
                      new_df = pd.concat([tmp.drop(['added', 'deleted'], axis=1).reset_index(drop=True), pd.DataFrame(tmp['added'].tolist()).merge(pd.DataFrame(tmp['deleted'].tolist()), on=0).set_axis(['number', 'added', 'deleted'], axis=1)], axis=1)
                      
                      >>> new_df
                           col1  number    added  deleted
                      0  value1      59  dep1_v2  dep1_v1
                      1  value1      60  dep2_v2  dep2_v1
                      2  value2      61  dep3_v2  dep3_v1
                      
                      def explode_records(df):
                          new_records = []
                          def map_dict_to_row(value, col2_dict):
                              temp = {}
                              for number, added in col2_dict["added"]:
                                  temp[number] = {"value": value, "number": number, "added": added}
                              for number, deleted in col2_dict["deleted"]:
                                  if number in temp:
                                      temp[number] = {**temp[number], "deleted": deleted}
                                  else:
                                      temp[number] = {"value": value, "deleted": deleted}
                              new_records.extend(list(temp.values()))
                      
                          df.apply(lambda row: map_dict_to_row(row.col1, row.col2), axis=1)  # assumes col2 is a dict
                          return pd.DataFrame(new_records)
                      
                      In [4]: explode_records(df)
                      Out[4]:
                           value  number    added  deleted
                      0   value1      59  dep1_v2  dep1_v1
                      1   value1      60  dep2_v2  dep2_v1
                      2  value 2      61  dep3_v2  dep3_v1
                      
                      def explode_records(df):
                          new_records = []
                          def map_dict_to_row(value, col2_dict):
                              temp = {}
                              for number, added in col2_dict["added"]:
                                  temp[number] = {"value": value, "number": number, "added": added}
                              for number, deleted in col2_dict["deleted"]:
                                  if number in temp:
                                      temp[number] = {**temp[number], "deleted": deleted}
                                  else:
                                      temp[number] = {"value": value, "deleted": deleted}
                              new_records.extend(list(temp.values()))
                      
                          df.apply(lambda row: map_dict_to_row(row.col1, row.col2), axis=1)  # assumes col2 is a dict
                          return pd.DataFrame(new_records)
                      
                      In [4]: explode_records(df)
                      Out[4]:
                           value  number    added  deleted
                      0   value1      59  dep1_v2  dep1_v1
                      1   value1      60  dep2_v2  dep2_v1
                      2  value 2      61  dep3_v2  dep3_v1
                      
                      added, deleted = [df.col2.str[head].explode()
                                          .apply(pd.Series).set_axis(['number', head], axis = 1) 
                                        for head in ('added', 'deleted')]
                      
                       added = added['added']
                      
                      df = df['col1']
                      
                      pd.concat([df, added, deleted], axis = 1)
                      
                            col1    added  number  deleted
                      0   value1  dep1_v2      59  dep1_v1
                      0   value1  dep2_v2      60  dep2_v1
                      1  value 2  dep3_v2      61  dep3_v1
                      
                      added, deleted = [df.col2.str[head].explode()
                                          .apply(pd.Series).set_axis(['number', head], axis = 1) 
                                        for head in ('added', 'deleted')]
                      
                       added = added['added']
                      
                      df = df['col1']
                      
                      pd.concat([df, added, deleted], axis = 1)
                      
                            col1    added  number  deleted
                      0   value1  dep1_v2      59  dep1_v1
                      0   value1  dep2_v2      60  dep2_v1
                      1  value 2  dep3_v2      61  dep3_v1
                      
                      added, deleted = [df.col2.str[head].explode()
                                          .apply(pd.Series).set_axis(['number', head], axis = 1) 
                                        for head in ('added', 'deleted')]
                      
                       added = added['added']
                      
                      df = df['col1']
                      
                      pd.concat([df, added, deleted], axis = 1)
                      
                            col1    added  number  deleted
                      0   value1  dep1_v2      59  dep1_v1
                      0   value1  dep2_v2      60  dep2_v1
                      1  value 2  dep3_v2      61  dep3_v1
                      
                      added, deleted = [df.col2.str[head].explode()
                                          .apply(pd.Series).set_axis(['number', head], axis = 1) 
                                        for head in ('added', 'deleted')]
                      
                       added = added['added']
                      
                      df = df['col1']
                      
                      pd.concat([df, added, deleted], axis = 1)
                      
                            col1    added  number  deleted
                      0   value1  dep1_v2      59  dep1_v1
                      0   value1  dep2_v2      60  dep2_v1
                      1  value 2  dep3_v2      61  dep3_v1
                      

                      how Julia determines index of dictionary keys?

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                      julia> using DataStructures
                      
                      julia> dictionary = OrderedDict(1 => 77, 2 => 66, 3 => 1)
                      OrderedDict{Int64, Int64} with 3 entries:
                        1 => 77
                        2 => 66
                        3 => 1
                      
                      julia> keys(dictionary)
                      KeySet for a OrderedDict{Int64, Int64} with 3 entries. Keys:
                        1
                        2
                        3
                      
                      julia> nt = (a = 77, b = 66, c = 1)
                      (a = 77, b = 66, c = 1)
                      
                      julia> nt[1]
                      77
                      
                      julia> nt[2]
                      66
                      
                      julia> nt[3]
                      1
                      
                      julia> nt.a
                      77
                      

                      Pythonic way to make a dictionary from lists of unequal length without padding Nones

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                      rows = [row1, row2, row3, row4]
                      {k: v for v, row in enumerate(rows, 1) for k in row}
                      

                      How can I document methods inherited from a metaclass?

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                      class EnumMeta(type):
                          .
                          .
                          .
                          def __dir__(self):
                              return (
                                      ['__class__', '__doc__', '__members__', '__module__']
                                      + self._member_names_
                                      )
                      
                      class Meta(type):
                          """A python metaclass."""
                          def greet_user(cls):
                              """Print a friendly greeting identifying the class's name."""
                              print(f"Hello, I'm the class '{cls.__name__}'!")
                      
                          def __dir__(cls):
                              return super().__dir__() + [k for k in type(cls).__dict__ if not k.startswith('_')]
                      
                      class UsesMeta(metaclass=Meta):
                          """A class that uses `Meta` as its metaclass."""
                      
                      Help on class UsesMeta in module __main__:
                      
                      class UsesMeta(builtins.object)
                       |  A class that uses `Meta` as its metaclass.
                       |
                       |  Methods inherited from Meta:
                       |
                       |  greet_user() from __main__.Meta
                       |      Print a friendly greeting identifying the class's name.
                      
                      class Meta(type):
                          """A python metaclass."""
                          def greet_user(cls):
                              """Print a friendly greeting identifying the class's name."""
                              print(f"Hello, I'm the class '{cls.__name__}'!")
                      
                          def __dir__(cls):
                              return super().__dir__() + [k for k in type(cls).__dict__ if not k.startswith('_')]
                      
                      class UsesMeta(metaclass=Meta):
                          """A class that uses `Meta` as its metaclass."""
                      
                      Help on class UsesMeta in module __main__:
                      
                      class UsesMeta(builtins.object)
                       |  A class that uses `Meta` as its metaclass.
                       |
                       |  Methods inherited from Meta:
                       |
                       |  greet_user() from __main__.Meta
                       |      Print a friendly greeting identifying the class's name.
                      

                      Using __new__ in inherited dataclasses

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                      def __init__(self, person_id: int, country: Country):
                          self.person_id = person_id
                          self.country = country
                      
                      CountryLinkFromISO2(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          @classmethod
                          def from_country_code(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso2[iso2])
                      
                      a = CountryLinkFromISO2.from_country_code(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          def __new__(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return super().__new__(cls)
                          
                          def __post_init__(self):        
                              self.country = countries_by_iso2[self.country]
                      
                      def __init__(self, person_id: int, country: Country):
                          self.person_id = person_id
                          self.country = country
                      
                      CountryLinkFromISO2(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          @classmethod
                          def from_country_code(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso2[iso2])
                      
                      a = CountryLinkFromISO2.from_country_code(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          def __new__(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return super().__new__(cls)
                          
                          def __post_init__(self):        
                              self.country = countries_by_iso2[self.country]
                      
                      def __init__(self, person_id: int, country: Country):
                          self.person_id = person_id
                          self.country = country
                      
                      CountryLinkFromISO2(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          @classmethod
                          def from_country_code(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso2[iso2])
                      
                      a = CountryLinkFromISO2.from_country_code(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          def __new__(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return super().__new__(cls)
                          
                          def __post_init__(self):        
                              self.country = countries_by_iso2[self.country]
                      
                      def __init__(self, person_id: int, country: Country):
                          self.person_id = person_id
                          self.country = country
                      
                      CountryLinkFromISO2(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          @classmethod
                          def from_country_code(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso2[iso2])
                      
                      a = CountryLinkFromISO2.from_country_code(123, 'AW')
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLinkFromISO2(CountryLink):
                          def __new__(cls, person_id : int, iso2 : str):
                              if iso2 not in countries_by_iso2:
                                  return None
                              return super().__new__(cls)
                          
                          def __post_init__(self):        
                              self.country = countries_by_iso2[self.country]
                      
                      @dataclass
                      class CountryLink:
                          person_id: int
                          country: Country
                      
                          @classmethod
                          def from_iso2(cls, person_id: int, country_code: str):
                              try:
                                  return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso2[country_code])
                              except KeyError:
                                  raise ValueError(f'invalid ISO2 country code {country_code!r}') from None
                      
                          @classmethod
                          def from_iso3(cls, person_id: int, country_code: str):
                              try:
                                  return cls(person_id, countries_by_iso3[country_code])
                              except KeyError:
                                  raise ValueError(f'invalid ISO3 country code {country_code!r}') from None
                      
                      country_links = [ CountryLink.from_iso2(123, 'AW'),
                                        CountryLink.from_iso3(456, 'AFG'),
                                        CountryLink.from_iso2(789, 'AO')]
                      

                      How to read the value from a Dictionary via .TryGetValue() if the value is a tuple?

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                      if (!myDict.TryGetValue(1, out var result))
                      {
                          result = (111, -12345);
                      }
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExtensions
                      {
                          public static TValue? TryGetValue<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key) where TValue : struct
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var result) ? result : null;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      if (myDict.TryGetValue(1) is not (float tupleItem1, float tupleItem2))
                      {
                          tupleItem1 = 111;
                          tupleItem2 = -12345;
                      }
                      
                      if (!myDict.TryGetValue(1, out var result))
                      {
                          result = (111, -12345);
                      }
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExtensions
                      {
                          public static TValue? TryGetValue<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key) where TValue : struct
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var result) ? result : null;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      if (myDict.TryGetValue(1) is not (float tupleItem1, float tupleItem2))
                      {
                          tupleItem1 = 111;
                          tupleItem2 = -12345;
                      }
                      
                      if (!myDict.TryGetValue(1, out var result))
                      {
                          result = (111, -12345);
                      }
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExtensions
                      {
                          public static TValue? TryGetValue<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key) where TValue : struct
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var result) ? result : null;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      if (myDict.TryGetValue(1) is not (float tupleItem1, float tupleItem2))
                      {
                          tupleItem1 = 111;
                          tupleItem2 = -12345;
                      }
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, Func<TValue> getDefault)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value) 
                                  ? value 
                                  : getDefault();
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, () => (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, TValue defaultValue)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value)
                                  ? value
                                  : defaultValue;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, Func<TValue> getDefault)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value) 
                                  ? value 
                                  : getDefault();
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, () => (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, TValue defaultValue)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value)
                                  ? value
                                  : defaultValue;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, Func<TValue> getDefault)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value) 
                                  ? value 
                                  : getDefault();
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, () => (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, TValue defaultValue)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value)
                                  ? value
                                  : defaultValue;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, Func<TValue> getDefault)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value) 
                                  ? value 
                                  : getDefault();
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, () => (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      
                      public static class DictionaryExt
                      {
                          public static TValue TryGetValueOrDefault<TKey, TValue>(this Dictionary<TKey, TValue> dict, TKey key, TValue defaultValue)
                          {
                              return dict.TryGetValue(key, out var value)
                                  ? value
                                  : defaultValue;
                          }
                      }
                      
                      var dict = new Dictionary<int, (float, float)>();
                      
                      var result = dict.TryGetValueOrDefault(1, (111, -12345));
                      
                      Console.WriteLine(result);
                      

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                      this error was due to the Room database I applied a fix that was adding below library before Room database and also changed my JDK location from file structure from JRE to JDK.

                      kapt "org.xerial:sqlite-jdbc:3.34.0"

                         //Room components
                          kapt "org.xerial:sqlite-jdbc:3.34.0"
                          implementation "androidx.room:room-ktx:$rootProject.roomVersion"
                          kapt "androidx.room:room-compiler:$rootProject.roomVersion"
                          androidTestImplementation "androidx.room:room-testing:$rootProject.roomVersion"
                      

                      after that now I'm getting an issue which is Unknown host CPU architecture: arm64

                      there is an SDK in my project that is using this below line.

                      android {
                          externalNativeBuild {
                              ndkBuild {
                                 path 'Android.mk'
                              }
                          }
                          ndkVersion '21.4.7075529'
                      
                      
                      }
                      

                      App Gradle

                       externalNativeBuild {
                              cmake {
                                  path "src/main/cpp/CMakeLists.txt"
                                  version "3.18.1"
                                  //version "3.10.2"
                              }
                          }
                      

                      [CXX1405] error when building with ndkBuild using /Users/mac/Desktop/Consumer-Android/ime/dictionaries/jnidictionaryv2/Android.mk: Build command failed. Error while executing process /Users/mac/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/21.4.7075529/ndk-build with arguments {NDK_PROJECT_PATH=null APP_BUILD_SCRIPT=/Users/mac/Desktop/Consumer-Android/ime/dictionaries/jnidictionaryv2/Android.mk APP_ABI=arm64-v8a NDK_ALL_ABIS=arm64-v8a NDK_DEBUG=1 APP_PLATFORM=android-21 NDK_OUT=/Users/mac/Desktop/Consumer-Android/ime/dictionaries/jnidictionaryv2/build/intermediates/cxx/Debug/4k4s2lc6/obj NDK_LIBS_OUT=/Users/mac/Desktop/Consumer-Android/ime/dictionaries/jnidictionaryv2/build/intermediates/cxx/Debug/4k4s2lc6/lib APP_SHORT_COMMANDS=false LOCAL_SHORT_COMMANDS=false -B -n} ERROR: Unknown host CPU architecture: arm64

                      which is causing this issue and whenever I comment on this line

                      path 'Android.mk'

                      it starts working fine, is there any way around which will help me run this project with this piece of code without getting this NDK issue?

                      Update - It seems that Room got fixed in the latest updates, Therefore you may consider updating Room to latest version (2.3.0-alpha01 / 2.4.0-alpha03 or above)

                      GitHub Issue Tracker

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Apr-04 at 18:41

                      To solve this on a Apple Silicon M1 I found three options

                      A

                      Use NDK 24

                      android {
                          ndkVersion "24.0.8215888"
                          ...
                      }
                      

                      You can install it with

                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/tools/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      

                      or

                      echo "y" | sudo ${ANDROID_HOME}/sdk/cmdline-tools/latest/bin/sdkmanager --install 'ndk;24.0.8215888'
                      

                      Depending what where sdkmanager is located enter image description here

                      B

                      Change your ndk-build to use Rosetta x86. Search for your installed ndk with

                      find ~ -name ndk-build 2>/dev/null
                      

                      eg

                      vi ~/Library/Android/sdk/ndk/22.1.7171670/ndk-build
                      

                      and change

                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      

                      to

                      DIR="$(cd "$(dirname "$0")" && pwd)"
                      arch -x86_64 /bin/bash $DIR/build/ndk-build "$@"
                      

                      enter image description here

                      C

                      convert your ndk-build into a cmake build

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69541831

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