kandi X-RAY | fend Summary
kandi X-RAY | fend Summary
fend is an arbitrary-precision unit-aware calculator. See the manual for more information. fend is available on the web at printfn.github.io/fend-website.
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> 5'10" to cm 177.8 cm > cos (pi/4) + i * (sin (pi/4)) approx. 0.7071067811 + 0.7071067811i > 0b1001 + 3 0b1100 > 0xffff to decimal 65535 > 100 °C to °F 210 °F > 1 lightyear to parsecs approx. 0.3066013937 parsecs > tempera
brew install printfn/fend/fend yay -Syu aur/fend nix-env -iA nixpkgs.fend rustup update cargo install fend $ fend > 1 ft to cm 30.48 cm >
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I'm running a hour long computation that fetches an external API, process it and save to a dataframe. The API is using Python's request library.
By tweaking the request lib, I managed to fend off problems related to retries and reading errors, but not all possible problems are handled, of course.
Everytime the API fails, my computation just stops, and I lose one hour worth of work.
I'm calling dask like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 13:13
.compute on the dask dataframe you are converting it into a pandas dataframe in memory. If you want a future object, then you can run:
In a large corpus of text, I am interested in extracting every sentence which has a specific list of (Verb-Noun) or (Adjective-Noun) somewhere in the sentence. I have a long list but here is a sample. In my MWE I am trying to extract sentences with "write/wrote/writing/writes" and "book/s". I have around 30 such pairs of words.
Here is what I have tried but it's not catching most of the sentences:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-29 at 08:53
The issue is that in the Matcher, by default each dictionary in the pattern corresponds to exactly one token. So your regex doesn't match any number of characters, it matches any one token, which isn't what you want.
To get what you want, you can use the
OP value to specify that you want to match any number of tokens. See the operators or quantifiers section in the docs.
However, given your problem, you probably want to actually use the Dependency Matcher instead, so I rewrote your code to use that as well. Try this:
I'm trying to take a Json object from front-end. This represent a course. The course have a field logo, the image of the course. In my Controller I have the following method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-14 at 20:24
For me how I did something similar was like so: In the back end (Spring):
I would like to calculate the number of days between rows of a data.frame groped by a couple of fields, so if I have the following data.frame:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 01:11
The following seems to work. I used
arrange to order by date), and some tweaks to avoid dropping groups with only one date
I had another question open about iterative menu logic, and the problem morphed into button logic, so I'm separating them, since the original question was truly settled.
My code is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-05 at 10:00
With both of your buttons tied to ground, and using PULL_UP the code is just:
I've got a script that I'm adapting to micropython on a 2040, and I want to use two buttons to navigate the menu structure. I can't figure out how to make the iterate loop in the multi-choice menus work right... here's what I've got so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-30 at 03:49
0.01 second is way too short. The key is, after you detect "button down", you need to wait for "button up". You need something like:
I'm having some trouble connecting to a sqlite3 database I create in the course of a python script. It's in the same directory as the script, and it's getting created, but the table doesn't get created because it's throwing:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-05 at 22:31
Do not close your connection in the
db_connect function and you need to return a
conn from this function as well.
Would like to handle the cases with variables but I can't figure out how to set how many arrays to build based off number delineators found, thanks for any assistance that can be provided....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 04:57
There's a lot of code there but just to address your specific question, you can use a function to generate your fields array:
I have this piece of code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-29 at 19:14
There is no method in standard C++ to get the length of a function.
You'll need to use a compiler specific method.
One method is to have the linker create a segment, and place your function in that segment. Then use the length of the segment.
You may be able to use some assembly language constructs to do this; depends on the assembler and the assembly code.
Note: in embedded systems, there are reasons to move function code, such as to On-Chip memory or swap to external memory, or to perform a checksum on the code.
I created a jmeter testplan with a constant throughput timer, but it seems I'm getting way to much responses. instead of 100 im getting 500+, depending on other settings like stoping or continue on error, or response timeout.
I know that the Constant Throughput Timer is not 100% correct and I would understand it, if there are less requests but not why there are more.
I attached the config of my test....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-26 at 09:22
Constant Throughput Timer is precise enough at minute level, so if you configure your test to last longer - you will see the throughput going down gradually and after 1st minute it should be throttled to your 100 requests per minute.
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