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I'm trying to create a form based calculator for a business equation which works out break-even return on ad spend.
The fucntion works, I've testred it through the console on Chrome. But this is ony when I set the variables to numbers, I'm struggling to use the data from the form to work it out.
I don't know if using a form is right for this. The part I can't figure out is linking the HTML form data to the JS variables....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 00:17
Take in consideration:
- to get the value of any input use attribute
I am struggling with partial Match, the idea is to add a comment on each line if there is a match or not with the below row, result should be as on below picture
my struggle is with the part with Part Match, ex with B4 Value"87032610" and B5 "Payment 87032610", results which I want to have is txt in column C4 and C5 "Part Match"
so far my code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-06 at 18:38
Check variable payment texts against invoice number
It's less time consuming to loop through an array than cells by means of VBA. In order to check for partial findings just change the direction of
Like comparisons (completed by surrounding wildcards
*), as the invoice number represents the smaller part than variable payment texts (of commercial clients).
I create a generic function with Export and Convention aspects. Then I instantiated this function, but it ends up in my library with the 'r' suffix. Why this happens and how can I fix this?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-04 at 18:59
I have not been able to solve the problem fully, but here is a work-around, by moving the External and Convention aspects to a wrapper around the generic instance:
I have clean nuxt.js project with Nuxt/Tailwind as styling.
With the configuration below i should be able to use these classes on a div or in postcss with @apply
text-testred-dark works and not the default value with
text-testred-DEFAULT works, so it's interpreting it wrong, since according to the docs it "DEFAULT" will be ignored and will be used as the default suffix of class.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-19 at 15:37
I had the same issue, and the problem was the tailwindcss version. In fact the Nuxt plugin still uses v1.9.6.
You can try it out here in the tailwind playground.
If you switch to v1.9.6 the DEFAULT doesn't work, and go back to v2.0.2 and it works again.
So the solution would be to upgrade your version like it is suggested on the official docs :
I'm having some problems editing XML files with BeautifulSoup. I found tons of similar topics on stackoverflow and other places, but none had addressed this specific scenario. I'm editing contents of a tag that's essentially a list. The editing part works well, but I don't know how to send the modified contents back to the soup correctly.
Here is what I have so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-07 at 16:11
So after several sleepless nights I tried a different approach and lo and behold, it worked! So here it is in case somebody needs a script like this. There may still be some superfluous code in there, but it does what it is supposed to do. It removes strings defined in a list from any defined XML tag and it can also do it if the XML tag content is a list.
I have a problem I am trying to solve in python, using re. I can use regex if I need the extended features, but my needs seem to be simple.
I have the following text for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-06 at 20:57
There are couple of things you should know about the
^[\S]+[ ]?[\S]+?[ ]?[\S]+?[ ]?$ pattern: 1) it won't match 1- or 2-char "words" becuse
[\S]+? here each require at least one non-whitespace chars, 2) you should not (over|ab)use character classes,
.. Only use character classes when necessary to avoid messing up the pattern.
You can use
I have a file which has many lines containing ##. I want to remove the part of string after ##.
Here is what I have tried...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-28 at 12:55
I would use
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-24 at 22:16
The problem lies in the line
I have a Java program that reads elements from a file, stores them in a 2d array and then it manipulates them according by commiting several operations.
I have already implemented the program by using a 2d array and now I want to find a way to turn this array into a 2d ArrayList, so I can manipulate these elements individually, like i did with the 2d array.
The program reads from a file that looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-05 at 05:32
Going back to what was pointed out in the comments
- Don't use a 2D array (or a 2D list) because you'd be using something similar to parallel arrays or parallel lists as your data structure. See Jon Skeet's Anti-Pattern: Parallel Collections blog for details.
- Also by trying to solve your problem with a 2D array/list your code gets much more complicated than actually necessary (and for no good reason).
So how could an approach look like as pointed out in the comments?
- reads a test file line by line,
- processes each line into a
- and collects them all into an
I have several xsd files which are used to create a composition of one SOAP message. The problem is that whenever object is build it imports all inherited xmlns. I didn't found anything about this problem. Is there any way to leave only root xmlns?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-31 at 15:55
Yes, you can specify xmlns inside annotations
@XmlType in your classes or inside
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