hodl | nonsense tool to instantaneously check cryptocurrency prices | Cryptocurrency library
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kandi X-RAY | hodl Summary
[Donations] HODL is your friendly, no-nonsense tool to instantaneously check cryptocurrency prices on the command line, helping you HODL one day at a time :).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Set the fiat
- Gets stock prices
- Configure readings to new fiat
- Print a report
- Record data in config file
- Convert coin to BTC
- Convert from binance to BTC
- Get price
- Gets the price for a crypto
- Print news feed listing
- Print the articles of an outlet
- Print the portfolio value
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There is a page with URL: https://www.lookintobitcoin.com/charts/1-year-hodl-wave/
I'm designing a page and I just want to reference the "image" of this URL. It has a download PNG file, how can i just get the path/url to this png image file?
Here is the image icon, but i cant figure out how to get the url path to just the png file. Can anyone show me how to get it?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-10 at 03:42
This image is dynamically generated at client side (browser), so here is two ways to solve your problem:
Use Selenium or PhantomJS (both using headless browser technology) to emulate browser behaviour and automatically "press" download button at background.
Fetch JSON data and create graph by yourself (for example how to create PNG image based on txt file in python)
I recommend second way because it more flexible and you will be able to widely customize result image. But it may be more complicated than headless browser way.
If you want to use second way, you can fetch JSON data using python (for example):
As I'm trying to import JSON file on PostgreSQL pgadmin, I wrote following script, but it didn't work with the error shown below, for some reason.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-24 at 03:00
After some tryings, as @jjanes mentioned, I found the cause of this problem, it was beucase an empty line in the end of the json file (tmp03.json).
As I copy and pasted to the file using "cat > file" and I inadvertently pressed one unnecessary enter key in the end of the lines, it resulted creating a empty line in the end of the json file. So, this line caused the error. sigh..
Here some extra tryings I made for further understanding around this issue.
- tmp05.json, lines of json with removed last "empty" new line
- tmp03.json, lines of json with an empty line in the last (the question mentioned error)
I have a large table with a comments column (contains large strings of text) and a date column on which the comment was posted. I created a separate vector of keywords (we'll call this key) and I want to count how many matches there are for each day. This gets me close, however it counts matches across the entire dataset, where I need it broken down by each day. The code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 18:50
As pointed out in the comments, you can use
dplyr to accomplish this.
First, you can extract keywords for each comment/sentence. Then
unnest so each keyword is in a separate row with a date.
group_by with both date and comment included (to get frequency for combination of date and keyword together). The use of
n() will give number of mentions.
Here's a complete example:
This is my first time using GCloud DNS, looking to configure a public zone for Hodl.Art. Opted for GCloud because their DNSSEC supports RSASHA256 (GoDaddy doesn't, nor the rest of my registrars), compatible with ENS.Domains for renaming a digital wallet.
My problem is that, try as I may, GCloud doesn't want to publish/make-public my A and TXT record sets. The zone currently looks like this in the console but no resolution!?
Am I overlooking something obvious or need to turn on some other functionality?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 00:58
If you are using the
@ as the origin, for Google Cloud DNS leave the entry field blank.
I'm creating a blog in React to be deployed on GitHub Pages.
- Created my React app and added BrowserRouter for navigation, everything was working fine on localhost and the app successfully deployed on the GitHub Pages.
- Even though Home page was accessible on GitHub Pages, if I click on any link there was 404 Error. The problem was BrowserRouter does not work with GitHub pages.
- After some research I added HashRouter in my react app as BrowserRouter was not working on GitHub pages.
- With HashRouter again Homepage is loaded successfully but if I click on link that should take me from home to blog section the expected behaviour should have been something like this
localhost:3000/#/blogbut the url changes to something like
localhost:3000/blog#/and I'm still on homepage.
- Problem 4 is true for both localhost as well as Github Pages
But if I manually enter the url
localhost:3000/#/blogit works perfectly fine and loads the Blog component as expected. Similar behaviour on the GitHub Pages.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-19 at 06:55
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