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 by   piperwallet Python Version: Current License: GPL-3.0

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kandi X-RAY | Piper Summary

Piper is a Python library typically used in Web Site, Ecommerce, Bitcoin applications. Piper has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has low support. However Piper build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Piper: A bitcoin hardware paper wallet printer and so much more. Check out piperwallet.com for more info!.
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  • Piper has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 50 star(s) with 22 fork(s). There are 18 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 2 open issues and 3 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 472 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of Piper is current.
Piper Support
Best in #Ecommerce
Average in #Ecommerce
Piper Support
Best in #Ecommerce
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  • Piper has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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Best in #Ecommerce
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Piper Quality
Best in #Ecommerce
Average in #Ecommerce

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  • Piper has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • Piper code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
Piper Security
Best in #Ecommerce
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Piper Security
Best in #Ecommerce
Average in #Ecommerce

license License

  • Piper is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
  • Strong Copyleft licenses enforce sharing, and you can use them when creating open source projects.
Piper License
Best in #Ecommerce
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Piper License
Best in #Ecommerce
Average in #Ecommerce

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  • Piper releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Piper has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • Piper saves you 620 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 1442 lines of code, 72 functions and 6 files.
  • It has high code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
Piper Reuse
Best in #Ecommerce
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Piper Reuse
Best in #Ecommerce
Average in #Ecommerce
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed Piper and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into Piper implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Populates the wallpaper .
  • Print the public keypair .
  • Initialize the wallet .
  • Print out the wallet .
  • Show QR code popup
  • Display a QR button .
  • Prints the password
  • Right clicker
  • Generate public keys .
  • Check Piper settings .

Piper Key Features

Piper: A bitcoin hardware paper wallet printer and so much more. Check out piperwallet.com for more info!

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This file is part of Piper.

Piper is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

Piper is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with Piper.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

Piper Copyright (C) 2013  Christopher Cassano

How can I have both receptionist name and doctors name in the same Query output?

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SELECT P.PatientLastName,
       P.PatientFirstName,
       A.Date_Time AS 'AppointmentTime',
       A.ReasonForAppointment, 
       ED.EmployeeLastName AS 'DoctorLastName', 
       ED.EmployeeFirstName AS 'DoctorFirstName', 
       D.Speciality, 
       ER.EmployeeLastName AS 'ReceptionistLastName', 
       ER.EmployeeFirstName AS 'ReceptionistFirstName'
FROM Appointment_T A
JOIN Patient_T P ON A.Patient_ID = P.Patient_ID
JOIN Doctor_T D ON D.Doctor_ID = A.Doctor_ID
JOIN Employee_T ED ON ED.EmployeeID = D.Doctor_ID
JOIN Employee_T ER ON ER.EmployeeID = A.Receptionist_ID
ORDER BY Date_Time DESC
PatientLastName     PatientFirstName    AppointmentTime         ReasonForAppointment    DoctorLastName  DoctorFirstName     Speciality  ReceptionistLastName    ReceptionistFirstName
Morrow              Joel                2020-10-20 15:00:12     Ringing In Ears         Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Weir    Jamie-Lee
Morrow              Joel                2020-08-18 10:00:05     Fever                   Greaves         Aaminah     Neurosurgeon    Peters  Kade
Lutz                Katerina            2020-08-09 13:00:09     Blurred Vision          Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Peters  Kade
Ali                 Taryn               2020-06-22 16:00:17     Chronic Pain            Blundell        Nicole  Anesthesiology  Kaufman     Tyler-Jay
Bowler              Arian               2020-05-30 11:00:13     Chest Pain              Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Piper   Rosalie
Lutz                Katerina            2020-04-12 08:00:10     Leg X-Ray               Blundell        Nicole  Anesthesiology  Weir    Jamie-Lee
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SELECT P.PatientLastName,
       P.PatientFirstName,
       A.Date_Time AS 'AppointmentTime',
       A.ReasonForAppointment, 
       ED.EmployeeLastName AS 'DoctorLastName', 
       ED.EmployeeFirstName AS 'DoctorFirstName', 
       D.Speciality, 
       ER.EmployeeLastName AS 'ReceptionistLastName', 
       ER.EmployeeFirstName AS 'ReceptionistFirstName'
FROM Appointment_T A
JOIN Patient_T P ON A.Patient_ID = P.Patient_ID
JOIN Doctor_T D ON D.Doctor_ID = A.Doctor_ID
JOIN Employee_T ED ON ED.EmployeeID = D.Doctor_ID
JOIN Employee_T ER ON ER.EmployeeID = A.Receptionist_ID
ORDER BY Date_Time DESC
PatientLastName     PatientFirstName    AppointmentTime         ReasonForAppointment    DoctorLastName  DoctorFirstName     Speciality  ReceptionistLastName    ReceptionistFirstName
Morrow              Joel                2020-10-20 15:00:12     Ringing In Ears         Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Weir    Jamie-Lee
Morrow              Joel                2020-08-18 10:00:05     Fever                   Greaves         Aaminah     Neurosurgeon    Peters  Kade
Lutz                Katerina            2020-08-09 13:00:09     Blurred Vision          Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Peters  Kade
Ali                 Taryn               2020-06-22 16:00:17     Chronic Pain            Blundell        Nicole  Anesthesiology  Kaufman     Tyler-Jay
Bowler              Arian               2020-05-30 11:00:13     Chest Pain              Mitchell        Donnie  Transplant Surgeon  Piper   Rosalie
Lutz                Katerina            2020-04-12 08:00:10     Leg X-Ray               Blundell        Nicole  Anesthesiology  Weir    Jamie-Lee

I am learning python - Why Single quotation marks and code syntax is printed in my terminal?

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var2 = """Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
"""+"""              The""" + var1 + """ end"""
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var1 = "hello"
print(var1)
print(type(var1))

var2 = f"""Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
                    The {var1} end"""
print(var2)
hello
<class 'str'>
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
              The hello end
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var1 = "hello"
print(var1)
print(type(var1))

var2 = f"""Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
                    The {var1} end"""
print(var2)
hello
<class 'str'>
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers?

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
              The hello end
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"""+"""              The """+var1+""" end"""

Bootstrap nested column border issue

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<div class="container mt-3">
  <div class="row border">
    <div class="col-4">
        <label for="adf_bd_nationality" class="bg-gray-light text-black">
          Registration (Tail No.)
        </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-4 border-left">
      <input class="form-control" />
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <label for="adf_bd_serialNo" class="bg-gray-light d-flex  align-items-center col-form-label text-black 
          col-form-label-sm">
      Serial No.
      </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <input type="text" class="form-control text-black text-center " id="adf_bd_serialNo" name="adf_bd_serialNo" onkeypress="return /[0-9a-zA-Z]/i.test(event.key)" maxlength="10">
    </div>  
  </div>
  
  <div class="row border">
    <div class="col-4">
        <label for="adf_bd_nationality" class="bg-gray-light text-black">
          Registration (Tail No.)
        </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-4 border-left">
      <input class="form-control" />
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <label for="adf_bd_serialNo" class="bg-gray-light d-flex  align-items-center col-form-label text-black 
          col-form-label-sm">
      Serial No.
      </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <input type="text" class="form-control text-black text-center " id="adf_bd_serialNo" name="adf_bd_serialNo" onkeypress="return /[0-9a-zA-Z]/i.test(event.key)" maxlength="10">
    </div>  
  </div>
  
  <div class="row border">
    <div class="col-4">
        <label for="adf_bd_nationality" class="bg-gray-light text-black">
          Registration (Tail No.)
        </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-4 border-left">
      <input class="form-control" />
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <label for="adf_bd_serialNo" class="bg-gray-light d-flex  align-items-center col-form-label text-black 
          col-form-label-sm">
      Serial No.
      </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-2  border-left">
      <input type="text" class="form-control text-black text-center " id="adf_bd_serialNo" name="adf_bd_serialNo" onkeypress="return /[0-9a-zA-Z]/i.test(event.key)" maxlength="10">
    </div>  
  </div>
  
  <div class="row border">
    <div class="col-4">
        <label for="adf_bd_nationality" class="bg-gray-light text-black">
          Registration (Tail No.)
        </label>
    </div>
    <div class="col-8 border-left">
      The right border
    </div>  
  </div>
</div>
    

Jetpack Compose – LazyColumn not recomposing

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    suspend fun toggleAdoption(puppyId: Long) {
        val current = puppies.value // assumes that puppies is a MutableSharedFlow<List<Puppy>>

        val replacement = current.map { if (it.id == puppyId) it.copy(adopted = !it.adopted) else it }

        puppies.value = replacement
    }
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import androidx.compose.runtime.getValue
import androidx.compose.runtime.mutableStateOf
import androidx.compose.runtime.setValue
import androidx.lifecycle.ViewModel

class MyViewModel : ViewModel() {
    var selectables: List<Selectable> by mutableStateOf(List(100) { Selectable(name = "$it") })
        private set

    fun onTapped(tappedItem: Selectable) {
        val index = selectables.indexOf(tappedItem)
        selectables = selectables.toMutableList().also {
            it[index] = tappedItem.copy(selected = !tappedItem.selected)
        }
    }
}

data class Selectable(
    val name: String,
    var selected: Boolean = false,
)
selectables = selectables.toMutableList().also {
    it[index].selected = !tappedItem.selected
}
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import androidx.compose.runtime.getValue
import androidx.compose.runtime.mutableStateOf
import androidx.compose.runtime.setValue
import androidx.lifecycle.ViewModel

class MyViewModel : ViewModel() {
    var selectables: List<Selectable> by mutableStateOf(List(100) { Selectable(name = "$it") })
        private set

    fun onTapped(tappedItem: Selectable) {
        val index = selectables.indexOf(tappedItem)
        selectables = selectables.toMutableList().also {
            it[index] = tappedItem.copy(selected = !tappedItem.selected)
        }
    }
}

data class Selectable(
    val name: String,
    var selected: Boolean = false,
)
selectables = selectables.toMutableList().also {
    it[index].selected = !tappedItem.selected
}

How to retrieve multiple line XML tag to become a list using Python?

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print([itm.get("name") for itm in ReadXML.findall('.//detail[@class="A1"]/')])

How to populate excel with VBA from nested JSON?

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    Set dict_json = JsonConverter.ParseJson(sGetResult)
    Set objdata = dict_json("data")(1)
    
    Dim k, v, u, p
    For Each k In objdata
    
       If VarType(objdata(k)) = 9 Then ' object
          
            If k = "user" Then
                For Each u In objdata(k)
                    Debug.Print "user", u, objdata(k)(u)
                Next
            End If
          
            If k = "client" Then
                For Each u In objdata(k)
                    If u = "users" Then
                        ' for each loop for users
                        For i = 1 To objdata(k)(u).Count
                            For Each p In objdata(k)(u)(i)
                                Debug.Print "users", i, p, objdata(k)(u)(i)(p)
                            Next
                        Next
                    Else
                        Debug.Print "client", u, objdata(k)(u)
                    End If
                Next
            End If
          
       Else
           Debug.Print k, objdata(k)
       End If
       
    Next

Google Sheets =importXML() returns &quot;Imported Content is Empty&quot;

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=REGEXEXTRACT(QUERY(FLATTEN(SPLIT(QUERY(IMPORTDATA(
 "http://classify.oclc.org/classify2/Classify?isbn=1433528525&summary=true"),,9^9), 
 "<lcc>", 0)), 
 "where Col1 contains 'mostPopular' offset 1"), 
 "nsfa=""([^\s]+)""")
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=IMPORTXML(A1,"//*[local-name()='lcc']//@nsfa")

non-alphanumeric operator name leads to compile errors

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100.piper(r => r + 1).piper(r => r + 5).tapper(r => println(s"...$r...")).piper(println)
 100.|>(r => r + 1).|>(r => r + 5).tapper((r => println(s"...$r...")).|>(println))
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100.piper(r => r + 1).piper(r => r + 5).tapper(r => println(s"...$r...")).piper(println)
 100.|>(r => r + 1).|>(r => r + 5).tapper((r => println(s"...$r...")).|>(println))

Getting list of specific attributes for all Hyper-V VMs on Windows Server

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# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>
-----------------------
# Get specifics for a module, cmdlet, or function
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Get-VM).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Examples
# Results
<#
Get-VM -ComputerName Server1 | 
Where-Object {$_.State -eq 'Running'}


Get-ClusterGroup | 
Where {$PSItem.GroupType -eq 'VirtualMachine' } | 
Get-VM
#>
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Full
Get-help -Name Get-VM -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object * 
Get-VM | 
ft Name| 
ForEach-Object Get-VM | 
Select-Object *
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Examples
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Full
Get-help -Name Invoke-ScriptAnalyzer -Online


(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters
(Get-Command -Name Trace-Command).Parameters.Keys
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Examples
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Full
Get-help -Name Trace-Command -Online
Get-VM | 
ForEach-Object {
    $PSItem | 
    Select-Object -Property '*'
}
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*'
(Get-VM)[0] | 
Select-Object -Property '*' | 
Out-GridView -Title 'Showing Virtual Machines' 
Get-ADComputer -Identity 'VMHost*' | 
ForEach-Object {Get-VM -ComputerName $PSitem}
$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach {
    Get-VM -ComputerName $PSItem |
    Select-Object -Property Name, State, Status, Version
}
# Results
<#
Name     State Status             Version
----     ----- ------             -------
WS2K16     Off Operating normally 9.0    
... 
#>


$env:COMPUTERNAME, 'Localhost' | 
ForEach-Object {
    $VMHostName = $PSItem
    Get-VM -ComputerName $VMHostName | 
    Select-Object -Property @{
        Name       = 'VMHost'
        Expression = {$VMHostName }
    }, Name, State, Status, Version | 
    Export-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' -Append 
}

Import-Csv -Path 'D:\Temp\VMGuestReport.Csv' | 
Format-Table -AutoSize
# Results
<#
VMHost    Name   State   Status             Version
------    ----   -----   ------             -------
SRV1      WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...   
Localhost WS2K16 Off     Operating normally 9.0    
...
#>

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output = main.find(sub)
-----------------------
def myindex(main,sub):
    for kk in range (len(main) - len(sub)):
        match = True
        for ii in range(len(sub)):
            if main[kk+ii] != sub[ii]:
                match = False
                break
        if match:
            return kk
    return -1
>>> myindex("Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers","Pickl")
29
-----------------------
def myindex(main,sub):
    for kk in range (len(main) - len(sub)):
        match = True
        for ii in range(len(sub)):
            if main[kk+ii] != sub[ii]:
                match = False
                break
        if match:
            return kk
    return -1
>>> myindex("Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers","Pickl")
29
-----------------------
main="Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers"
sub="Pickl"
t = main.find(sub)
print(t)
-----------------------
my_str = "Peter Piper Picked A Peck Of Pickled Peppers."
sub_str = "Pickl"

for i in range(0,len(my_str)):
    if my_str[i:i+len(sub_str)] == sub_str:
        print(i)

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QUESTION

3D object turning black on loading the mtl file

Asked 2021-May-17 at 13:12

On loading the MTL file, the entire model is turning black. I have referred to this link and set the rbg parameters to 1 but that hasnt solved my issue.

three.js mtl loader renders black

Here is the code associated with it:

var scene = new THREE.Scene();
scene.background = new THREE.Color('0xf1f1f1');

var axesHelper = new THREE.AxesHelper( 5 );
scene.add( axesHelper );

const canvas = document.querySelector('#scene1');

var camera = new THREE.PerspectiveCamera( 75, window.innerWidth/window.innerHeight, 0.1, 1000 );
camera.position.set(5,5,5);
scene.add(camera);

var renderer = new THREE.WebGLRenderer({ canvas, antialias: true });
renderer.setSize( window.innerWidth, window.innerHeight );
document.body.appendChild( renderer.domElement );

var controls = new THREE.OrbitControls(camera, renderer.domElement);
//controls.autoRotate = true;
//controls.autoRotateSpeed = 5;
controls.enableZoom = true;

var keyLight = new THREE.DirectionalLight(new THREE.Color('hsl(30, 100%, 75%)'), 1.0);
keyLight.position.set(-100, 0, 100);

var fillLight = new THREE.DirectionalLight(new THREE.Color('hsl(240, 100%, 75%)'), 0.75);
fillLight.position.set(20, 20, 20);

var backLight = new THREE.DirectionalLight(0xffffff, 1.0);
backLight.position.set(20, 20, -20).normalize();

var ambientLight = new THREE.AmbientLight();

var pointLight = new THREE.PointLight(0xffffff,1,100);
pointLight.position.set(20,20,20);

var pointLight2 = new THREE.PointLight(0xffffff,0.5,100);
pointLight2.position.set(20,-20,20);

var pointLight3 = new THREE.PointLight(0xffffff,0.5,100);
pointLight3.position.set(-20,20,-20);

var pointLight4 = new THREE.PointLight(0xffffff,0.5,100);
pointLight4.position.set(-20,-20,-20);

//scene.add(ambientLight);
scene.add(pointLight);
scene.add(pointLight2);
scene.add(pointLight3);
scene.add(pointLight4);


//scene.add(keyLight);
//scene.add(fillLight);
//scene.add(backLight);

var mtlLoader = new THREE.MTLLoader();
//mtlLoader.setTexturePath('https://i.ibb.co/n1vnyP6/piper-diffuse.jpg');
mtlLoader.setPath('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fnaseem/3dModelTest/tc/Test/');
mtlLoader.load('soccer_ball.mtl',function(material){
  material.preload();
  var objLoader = new THREE.OBJLoader();
   objLoader.setMaterials(material);
   objLoader.load('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/fnaseem/3dModelTest/tc/Test/soccer_ball.obj', function(object){
   object.position.set(0,0,0);
   console.log(object.children[0].material.color);
   object.children[0].material.color.r = 1;
object.children[0].material.color.g = 1;
object.children[0].material.color.b = 1;
    console.log(object.children[0].material.color);
   scene.add(object);
 //renderer.render(scene, camera);
});
   });

var animate= function(){
   
   controls.update();
   renderer.render( scene, camera );
 requestAnimationFrame( animate );
};

animate();

Here is the link to the codepen: https://codepen.io/FarhaNaseem/pen/gOmwbYj?editors=0010

What I am expecting is this output: enter image description here

ANSWER

Answered 2021-May-17 at 13:12

The MTL loads the texture as a TIFF image which can't be used as an image data source. Use JPG or PNG instead.

Sidenote: You will notice that the object's material has a texture assigned to the map property but with an undefined image value. In such a case, the texture appears black.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67569731

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