kandi X-RAY | rfk Summary
kandi X-RAY | rfk Summary
Radio freies Krautchan MK III (deprecated)
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Convert recur to date format
- Select calendar components
- delete a calendar property
- Render the view
- Executes a command
- Update the thread
- Parses the arguments .
- Generate a vtodo
- generate calendar component
- Prints the channels of the RSS feed
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Trending Discussions on rfk
I had a query that was taking a very long time to process (>60 secs):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-10 at 02:05
- Using an index means looking through the index (which might be efficient), then jumping over to the data. Note that the
INDEXand the data are stored in separate BTrees.
- Using no indexes avoids the back-and-forth.
- Sometimes the optimizer makes the wrong decision.
Your query probably suffers from "explode-implode":
JOINscreate a big temporary table with the combinations of info from the tables.
GROUP BYshrinks the info back down.
Meanwhile, you had to do
DISTINCT to avoid getting duplicate concatenated values and inflated
Try to rewrite the query by getting the
GROUP_CONCAT and the
COUNT with as simple a query as possible. Then do the rest of the
JOINs to get the rest of the info. The will probably run a lot faster and avoid the confusion over what, if any, index to use.
LEFT JOIN and
INNER JOIN makes my head spin, so I don't want to try to suggest a rewrite.
I have a Text Box function that is creating a variable $text How would I pull that Variable out of the function to use later in the script....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-21 at 18:51
This is a scoping issue. You are wanting a variable that is defined in a function's scope to be available within the script scope. To do this easily, you could define the variable in the script scope.
I'm working on a script that will take .key files in a folder and convert them to .der format through OpenSSL. I'm trying to keep the current file names as a variable so the converted certificate will keep the same name, just the extension will change. Below is the code what I have tried so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-22 at 16:19
$_.FullName expands to the full path of the file, also with the extension. Also completely overwriting the PATH is malpractice and paths must be separated by semicolons. Also getting content via $KeyName is not needed. $_ takes value from pipelines, so putting $KeyName will expand full path of the content, which is invalid.
I have 2 table in kdb as below...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-16 at 08:53
You can use a dictionary update instead of the loop w/ condition:
I have a list of file names like this,...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-26 at 20:17
You may use
I have a problem with my configurations from the supervisor, well this is happening.
my app is a server web socket when a run with de gunicorn like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-15 at 15:28
The problem with your approach is you are not defining the python path which you are using. Kindly setup a virtualenv for the python and then define it. Currently supervisord are using the default python 2.7 installed
I have not used supervisord but I guess it would be similar to what systemd does.
Kindly follow the below guide and implement the changes as per supervisord or else you can use systemd too.
Read the difference too between them
In this talk Boris Schäling presented how to create factory system of different kind of connections (tcp vs udp) without runtime polymorphism. He used Boost Type Erasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo9F35G-Rfk&t=2706s The concept is very interesting, the code looks great. See below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-17 at 23:48
But I started wondering: How would you test this code?
Like any other code. In fact, your main could be a test.
Traditionally you apply some kind of dependency injection so that you can inject stubs or mocks into the real code and test how they are called in the test code.
Not necessarily. Often over-stubbing/mocking leads to testing the mocks instead of your code.
But in this kind of code, using Boost Type Erasure, it seems rather hard.
How so? Erasure makes things easier, since all you have to mock is a "duck type" interface (the concept).
Always think about what you need to test, and how you'll be satisfied that it works.
Update: Thank you for the answer! Two quick followup questions: I want to be able to see and for each item. The code I wrote...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-08 at 05:50
You can use this:
No vulnerabilities reported
PHP requires the Visual C runtime (CRT). The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2019 is suitable for all these PHP versions, see visualstudio.microsoft.com. You MUST download the x86 CRT for PHP x86 builds and the x64 CRT for PHP x64 builds. The CRT installer supports the /quiet and /norestart command-line switches, so you can also script it.
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