kandi X-RAY | cheat.sh Summary
kandi X-RAY | cheat.sh Summary
Unified access to the best community driven cheat sheets repositories of the world. Let's imagine for a moment that there is such a thing as an ideal cheat sheet. What should it look like? What features should it have?. Such a thing exists! It's easy to install and there's even auto-complete.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Rewrite a query
- Add a section name to the query
- Gets a value from redis
- Rewrite the editor section name
- Match keywords
- Put a line between two points
- Put a point in the field
- Returns True if col and row is within the grid
- Get answers from a topic
- Check if the cache needs to be needed
- Send the answer to the user
- Wraps the given query
- Put rectangle
- Load configuration from file
- Get the page for a given topic
- Cut a point
- Return the git command to use
- Returns a list of available files
- Return the git clone command
- Load configuration from environment variables
- Return the current state of the repository
- Draw a color
- Extract blocks from the worksheet
- Get a single page from upstream
- Fetches all available adapters
- Put circle
- Match a keyword
- Pastes a panel
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Trending Discussions on cheat.sh
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-17 at 16:53
This answer is for everyone, who wants to install powerline only in vim in the windows terminal (using wsl Ubuntu 20.04). It took me quite some time.
The reason why I had this issue was that glyphs where missing in the windows terminal font. I tried to install the powerline fonts according to the documentation(https://powerline.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation/linux.html#fontconfig) as @romainl suggested but that didn't work. Furthermore I tried to install all powerline fonts from the github(https://github.com/powerline/fonts), I ran both the installation scripts. The one for windows in the powershell console according to this blog() and the one for Linux on the Ubuntu WSL Machine according to the documentation. Didn't work either.
Then I stumbled upon a blog post of Microsoft(https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/terminal/tutorials/powerline-setup), where the person installed a theming framework oh-my-posh. However, I neither wanted to install a theming framework nor a special version of git. Furthermore I only wanted to install powerline in vim not in my whole console. This was the moment when I asked myself: did I miss something? And indeed I did catch a little detail. The answer was to install a the Cascadia Mono PL font (https://github.com/microsoft/cascadia-code/releases) which includes the missing glyphs. Just download the zip and double click on the font. Furthermore I had to set the fontface in the setting.json of the windows terminal (which can open with pressing (
CTRL + ,) in the terminal). Your settings should look something like this:
i want to fetch data from cheat.sh using the requests lib and the discord.py lib....but since discord only allows 2000 characters at length to send at a time, i want to fetch only a certain number of words/digits/newline like 1800. how can i do so?
a small bit of code example showing my idea...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-19 at 04:21
import requests url = "https://cheat.sh/python/string+annotations" #this gets the docs of string annotation in python response = requests.get(url) data = response.text[:1800] print(data)
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