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Robust DateTime parser library for .NET


Robust DateTime parser library for .NET

By : nik333
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
I wish this help you In addition to TryParse on DateTime, .Net also provides the DateTimeOffset struct which offers access to the UTC offset as another property on the struct, allowing you to store time zone info and datetime info together.
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Is it possible to hook up a more robust HTML parser to Python mechanize?

Is it possible to hook up a more robust HTML parser to Python mechanize?


By : Georgi Spasov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you reading from the big example on the first page of the mechanize website:
code :
# Sometimes it's useful to process bad headers or bad HTML:
response = br.response()  # this is a copy of response
headers = response.info()  # currently, this is a mimetools.Message
headers["Content-type"] = "text/html; charset=utf-8"
response.set_data(response.get_data().replace("<!---", "<!--"))
br.set_response(response)
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By : user2061731
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help That's probably the best Java one. As you probably know, it's developed by Mozilla (though it's not used by their browsers), and it's also bundled by Sun.
Robust DateTime parser library for .NET

Robust DateTime parser library for .NET


By : user3492980
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem You can use the C# Date Time Parser of Sergey Stoyan.
Looking for Robust Delphi NMEA parser

Looking for Robust Delphi NMEA parser


By : pjulien
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . I end up using TComPort and TComDataPacket from the open source TComPort package.
code :
  object ComPort: TComPort
    BaudRate = br4800
    Port = 'COM1'
    Parity.Bits = prNone
    StopBits = sbTwoStopBits
    DataBits = dbEight
    Events = [evRxChar, evTxEmpty, evRxFlag, evRing, evBreak, evCTS, evDSR, evError, evRLSD, evRx80Full]
    FlowControl.OutCTSFlow = False
    FlowControl.OutDSRFlow = False
    FlowControl.ControlDTR = dtrDisable
    FlowControl.ControlRTS = rtsDisable
    FlowControl.XonXoffOut = False
    FlowControl.XonXoffIn = False
    SyncMethod = smWindowSync
    OnAfterOpen = ComPortAfterOpen
    OnAfterClose = ComPortAfterClose
    Left = 904
    Top = 192
  end
  object ComDataPacket: TComDataPacket
    ComPort = ComPort
    StartString = '$'
    StopString = '*'
    OnPacket = ComDataPacketPacket
    Left = 808
    Top = 240
  end
type
  // NMEA 0185's messages used
  TMsgGP = (
    msgGP,    // Unknown message
    msgGPGGA, // Global Positioning System Fix Data
    msgGPGLL, // Geographic position, Latitude and Longitude
    msgGPGSV, // Satellites in view
    msgGPRMA, // Recommended minimum specific GPS/Transit data Loran C
    msgGPRMC, // Recommended minimum specific GPS/Transit data
    msgGPZDA  // Date and time
    );

  // Satellite properties
  TSatellite = record
    Identification: ShortInt;
    Elevation: 0..90;
    Azimut: Smallint;
    SignLevel: Smallint;
  end;
  // Array of satellites referenced
  TSatellites = array[1..MAX_SATS] of TSatellite;

  // GPS status informations
  TGPSDatas = record
    Latitude: Double;
    Longitude: Double;
    HeightAboveSea: Double;
    Speed: Double;
    UTCTime: TDateTime;
    Valid: Boolean;
    NbrSats: Shortint;
    NbrSatsUsed: Shortint;
  end;
procedure TForm1.ComDataPacketPacket(Sender: TObject; const Str: string);
var
  Resultat: TStringList;
  MsgCorrect, TypeMsg: string;
  i: Integer;
begin
  Resultat := TStringList.Create;
  try

    // Split the message into different parts.
    MsgCorrect := AnsiReplaceStr('$'+Str, ',,', ' , , ');
    Resultat.Text := AnsiReplaceStr(LeftStr(MsgCorrect, Length(MsgCorrect) - 1), ',', #13#10);

    // Get the message type
    TypeMsg := AnsiMidStr(Resultat[0], 4, 3);

    case IndexMsgGP(TypeMsg) of
      msgGPGGA:
        begin
        end;
      msgGPGLL:
        begin
        end;
      msgGPGSV:
        begin
          // If there are satellites referenced in the frame
          if Resultat.Count < 4 then
            FGPSDatas.NbrSats := 0
          else
            FGPSDatas.NbrSats := StrToInteger(Resultat[3]);

          if Resultat[2] = '1' then
          begin
            FSatRef := 0;

            // Initiate satellites values
            for i := 1 to 12 do
              with FSatellites[i] do
              begin
                Identification := 0;
                Elevation := 0;
                Azimut := 0;
                SignLevel := 0;
              end;
          end;

          i := 4;

          // For each referenced satellites
          while (i + 4) <= (Resultat.Count) do
          begin
            with FSatellites[FSatRef + 1] do
            begin
              Identification := StrToInteger(Resultat[i]);
              Elevation := StrToInteger(Resultat[i + 1]);
              Azimut := StrToInteger(Resultat[i + 2]);
              if Resultat[i + 3] <> '' then
                SignLevel := StrToInteger(Resultat[i + 3])
              else
                SignLevel := 0;
            end;
            Inc(i, 4);
            Inc(FSatRef);
          end;
        end;
      msgGPRMA:
        begin
        end;
      msgGPRMC:
        begin
        end;
      msgGPZDA:
        begin
        end;
      else
    end;
  finally
    Resultat.Free;
  end;
end;
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By : Mellinda Malkon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Jackson supports event-based parsing. It also allows you to stream the document, but use the tree API for the parts which are interesting to you. There's a blog post demonstrating this approach here.
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