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Fill an array at index n with m times data without bit-fields


Fill an array at index n with m times data without bit-fields

By : Ray C
Date : October 24 2020, 06:10 AM
hop of those help?
Either just unroll the loop manually by typing out each line, or simply use memcpy. In this case there's no reason why you need abstraction layers, so I'd write the sanest possible code, which is just manual unrolling (and get rid of icky macros):
code :
uint8_t local_transmit_buffer [8];
...
local_transmit_buffer[0] = EEPROM_CMD_WREN;
local_transmit_buffer[1] = EEPROM_CMD_WRITE;
local_transmit_buffer[2] = (uint8_t) ((MSQ_Buffer.address >> 8) & 0xFFu);
local_transmit_buffer[3] = (uint8_t) (MSQ_Buffer.address & 0xFFu);
local_transmit_buffer[4] = MSQ_Buffer.dataPointer[0];
local_transmit_buffer[5] = MSQ_Buffer.dataPointer[1];
local_transmit_buffer[6] = MSQ_Buffer.dataPointer[2];
local_transmit_buffer[7] = MSQ_Buffer.dataPointer[3];


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extracting and index of dates and times, with varying opening and closing times for minutely ohlc data in R

extracting and index of dates and times, with varying opening and closing times for minutely ohlc data in R


By : pvinay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I would like to be able to get an index of dates and times that represent the opening and closing times of a financial stock-market index for each day. , You can use diff(index(x)) to identify holes exceeding 5 minutes.
code :
# Sample data
k <- 100
library(xts)
x <- xts( rnorm(100), sort(Sys.time() + runif(100, 0, 5*3600)) )
# Start of the breaks exceeding 5 minutes
i <- diff(index(x)) > 300
close <- x[c(which(i),length(x))]
open  <- x[c(1,which(i)+1)]
break_start <- index(close)
break_end   <- index(open)
Create PDF and give names to fields and Fill data into fields dynamically c#

Create PDF and give names to fields and Fill data into fields dynamically c#


By : Akshay Sandal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue The best option is iTextSharp, by far the easiest way to render pdf. You can use html templates and dinamically replace values or just render any webcontrol into a html string and save it as pdf.
You can have something like this
code :
string html = "<h1>[PAGE_TITLE]<h1/>[STUDENTS]";
//get your values here
...

html = html.Replace("[PAGE_TITLE]", MyPageTitle);
html = html.Replace("[STUDENTS]", MyStudentsTableHtml);
// Create a Document object
var document = new Document(PageSize.A4, 50, 50, 25, 25);

// Create a new PdfWriter object, specifying the output stream
var output = new MemoryStream();
var writer = PdfWriter.GetInstance(document, output);

// Open the Document for writing
document.Open();

var parsedHtmlElements = HTMLWorker.ParseToList(new StringReader(html), null);
foreach (var htmlElement in parsedHtmlElements)
{
    document.Add(htmlElement as IElement);
}

document.Close();

Response.ContentType = "application/pdf";
Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition",  String.Format("attachment;filename=students{0}.pdf", YourStudendsPrintingId));
Response.BinaryWrite(output.ToArray()); 
Fill in Blank Fields With a Value From Same Key Index

Fill in Blank Fields With a Value From Same Key Index


By : user3381182
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue We can convert the 'data.frame' to 'data.table' (setDT(df1)), Grouped by 'ID', get the elements of Location that are not '' (Location[Location!=''][1L]). Suppose, if there are more than one element per group that are not '', the [1L], selects the first non-blank element, and assign (:=) the output to Location
code :
library(data.table)
setDT(df1)[, Location := Location[Location != ''][1L], by = ID][]
#     ID  Name   Location
# 1: 5014  John California
# 2: 5014  Kate California
# 3: 5014   Jim California
# 4: 5014  Ryan California
# 5: 5018  Pete    Indiana
# 6: 5018   Pat    Indiana
# 7: 5019  Jeff    Arizona
# 8: 5020 Chris   Kentucky
# 9: 5020  Mike   Kentucky
#10: 5021  Will    Indiana
 setDT(df1)[, Location:= setdiff(Location,'')[1L], by = ID][]
Fill several times content of same form fields and write it into several lines of a database

Fill several times content of same form fields and write it into several lines of a database


By : ssppaammeedd
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you You need to change the name attribute on your bookname and bookdate inputs to array notation i.e.
code :
<input type="text" class="form-control" id="bookname" name="bookname[]">
<input type="text" class="form-control" id="bookdate" name="bookdate[]">
foreach ($_POST['bookname'] as $k => $bookname) {
    $bookdate = $_POST['bookdate'][$k];
    // write bookname and bookdate to database
    ...
}
Swagger-UI, react app - cannot fill parameter fields (or data entered into fields not read but cleared)

Swagger-UI, react app - cannot fill parameter fields (or data entered into fields not read but cleared)


By : RickA11y
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? It seems from this that React does not play nicely with SwaggerUi right about now. https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-ui/issues/4745 Solutions would be to not use React or try to isolate the component by using iframe or ShadowDom.
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