kandi X-RAY | Y-AE Summary
kandi X-RAY | Y-AE Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize the model .
- Main function .
- This function splits the dataset .
- Train the model .
- Splits the data into chunks .
- Load the network from a file .
- Return features and labels .
- Initialize the summary writer .
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I'm trying to use
geom_bar in ggplot to make a chart that has counts on
y-aes but on top of the bar the % of total group.
My data is
cp.dat2 and the column "orsok" has 9 factor variables.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 20:34
You can order the bars with
forcats::infreq(). You can easily use counts for the y-position. This is done automatically for
geom_bar(), whereas you have to access the computed statistics for the text with
after_stat(). Note that
after_stat() replaces the older
..stat.. notation and is more flexible.
I'm a developer but with near-zero experience with C until a week ago. For a project, I need to encrypt/decrypt source-code/text files and need to use C for that.
What I did?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 12:26
my_decrypt() when writing the decrypted data to the file the length determined with
pkcs7_padding_data_length() is not used:
int out_len = sizeof(hexarray) must be replaced by
int out_len = actualDataLength. This makes the decryption work on my machine.
Furthermore the padding of the ciphertext in
my_decrypt() makes no sense. It also has no effect here, since
pkcs7_padding_pad_buffer() does not pad due to
data_length + pad_byte > buffer_size (and
pkcs7_padding_valid() indicates an invalid padding).
Also, the key should not be padded. If the key does not have the length defined for AES, it is better to display an error message. If a password is to be used instead of the key, a reliable key derivation function like PBKDF2 should be used.
Finally, for security reasons, don't apply a static IV.
Im trying to implement file decryption by referring this code:
Encryption part i have done this way: https//stackoverflow.com/questions/64423926/encrypt-file-in-java-and-decrypt-in-openssl-with-key-aes
And the encrypted file im able to decrypt with openssl.
But the decrypt to file in java is causing error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-20 at 17:24
The below code is doing a complete file encryption and decryption and is compatible to the OpenSSL commands
I have a data frame like so:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-31 at 16:54
What you are looking for is to dodge the crossbar geom. For example:
I'm working on a program that receives an encrypted string. For this I'm using tiny-AES-c library.
The encrypted string I'm receiving is
char*. In order to use the string with the function
AES_CBC_decrypt_buffer(struct AES_ctx* ctx, uint8_t* buf, uint32_t length) I will need to convert the string to
This is how the tiny-AES-c library likes the format, as seen in their test.c:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-03 at 20:39
This could be as simple as:
I'd like to encrypt a string in PHP and then decrypt it in C. I'm stuck on the decryption part.
(PHP) I first encrypt the string:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-02 at 07:47
In the PHP code, AES-256 is used. tiny-AES-c only supports AES-128 by default. In order for AES-256 to be supported, the corresponding constant must be defined in aes.h, i.e. the line
//#define AES256 1must be commented in, here.
PHP uses PKCS7 padding by default. The padding should be removed in the C code.
PHP implicitly pads too short keys with zero values to the specified length. Since AES-256-CBC was specified in the PHP code, the key test is extended as follows:
I am trying to create a bar plot using fill to show multiple values within one bar. I am able to get totals (y value) per the x-value, but when I try to
fill I just get the count.
Say the example data is a data frame named
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-05 at 18:36
Is this what you're looking for?
I've been trying to use the AES CTR 128 from tiny-aes-c (https://github.com/kokke/tiny-AES-c) to encrypt a randomly generated token, and it works, but not all the time. In some cases the retrieved string after encrypting and decrypting is cut off at some point. Here's the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-26 at 19:39
The first call to
AES_CTR_xcrypt_buffer encrypts the buffer in place in CTR mode.
The buffer still has the same size (128 in your case), but can contain NUL bytes.
The strlen call in the second call of AES_CTR_xcrypt_buffer for decryption can therefore result in a length < 128 if the buffer contains a NUL byte. By the way: It works in cases where the encryption does not result in a NUL byte in the buffer.
So if you call it with TOKEN_LENGTH as the
length parameter decryption will give the original string again:
Does anyone have experience publishing a .NET/Angular project to Netlify? I'm using the Angular Microsoft.AspNetCore.SpaTemplates template. On Netlify, I'm getting a non-zero exit code that's preventing me from publishing. Here is my output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-30 at 21:21
Disclaimer: I work for Netlify
As we mentioned to you in your helpdesk ticket on this same topic, our deploy environment is very naked - you have to:
- specify dependencies that we can automatically install - npm/yarn deps, bower deps, gems and python packages.
- install other dependencies yourself. the 'dotnet' program will be one of this type. We don't have it in our install environment, so you need to somehow import a copy of it into the environment. Seems like you can download the entire SDK here: https://www.microsoft.com/net/download/linux and then you need to import ONLY what is necessary for your build - it will take a very long time to build your site if we have to download the entire SDK, so see what you can trim down to get 'dotnet' to run.
For the purposes of #2, you'll probably need to test things in our build environment. How to do that, and details you'll need about the build environment such as OS type so you can download the right version of the SDK are described in this article:
This will take some work on your part. It will not be trivial. It is not something we can help with in more detail than that for free customers unless you come with specific questions and examples.
To address some thoughts in the comments:
- build.sh is indeed our build script
- 9:46:52 AM: /opt/build/build.sh: line 427: dotnet: command not found means that literally there is no dotnet command available to run - not that some config file is missing.
- we only try to run it once since you have set your command to use
&&to chain several commands - one fails, the whole chain fails, and we don't need to run it two more times once the first failure occurs :)
After encryption I do base 64 encode and before decryption base 64 decode and that part works fine.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-26 at 21:19
You need to pass entire IV as initial counter value:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Y-AE like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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