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Parenthesis in data "breaking" QUERY/TEXTJOIN formula

By : user6095925
Date : September 16 2020, 05:00 PM
Hope this helps I would definitely go for the filter solution, but since you are interested in the adaptation of the query, you could try to remove the parenthesis with regexreplace. This should yield the same result as the filter() function...
code :
=unique(ArrayFormula(QUERY({regexreplace('List 3v3 Teams'!B1:B,"\(|\)",) , 'List 3v3 Teams'!B1:J},"SELECT Col2,Col10 WHERE Col1 matches '"&TEXTJOIN("|",TRUE,REGEXREPLACE(X4:X,  "\(|\)",))&"' AND NOT Col1 matches '"&TEXTJOIN("|",TRUE,Setup!A3:A52)&"' AND Col1 <>'' AND Col3 IS NOT NULL ORDER BY Col9 DESC",1)))

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Error "cannot coerce class '"formula"' into a data.frame" when using lme function

By : S. Guerra
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Three things:
Like shadow said, you're missing an equals sign in the random argument.
code :
summary(model <- lme(x ~ grp + var, mydata, random = ~ 1 | id))

Why does order matter when using "data" and "formula" keyword arguments?

By : Vlad
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue It is related to S3 methods for the S3 generic plot(). S3 dispatches methods based on the first argument however the exact functioning is complicated because formula is allowed as a special exception from the usual generic arguments of plot(), which are x and y plus ...:
code :
> args(plot)
function (x, y, ...) 
> args(graphics:::plot.formula)
function (formula, data = parent.frame(), ..., subset, ylab = varnames[response], 
    ask = dev.interactive()) 
> debugonce(graphics:::plot.formula)
> plot(formula=Menarche/Total ~ Age, data=menarche)
debugging in: plot.formula(formula = Menarche/Total ~ Age, data = menarche)
debug: {
    m <- match.call(expand.dots = FALSE)
> plot(data=menarche, formula=Menarche/Total ~ Age)
Error in is.data.frame(x) : argument "x" is missing, with no default
> traceback()
3: is.data.frame(x)
2: plot.data.frame(data = menarche, formula = Menarche/Total ~ Age)
1: plot(data = menarche, formula = Menarche/Total ~ Age)

Erase all characters in string between the first parenthesis "(" andthe last parenthesis "(" includi

By : Maroof Mkali
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Rephrasing the problem as "I want to extract the double immediately following the last '('", a C++ translation is pretty straightforward:
code :
int main()
    string str = "( 1221 ( 0 0 0 ) (1224.478541112155452 (1.32544e-7 0 0 ) ) )";

    // Locate the last '('.
    string::size_type pos = str.find_last_of("(");

    // Get everything that follows the last '(' into a stream.
    istringstream stream(str.substr(pos + 1));

    // Extract a double from the stream.
    double d = 0;
    stream >> d;                       

    // Done.        
    cout << "The number is " << d << endl;

Getting "Missing Right Parenthesis" error using CASE WHEN in query

By : Loïc
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I am using "CASE WHEN" in the query to fetch value for either this or that condition. I am getting "Missing Right Paraethesis" error. Please tell me where the query is to be tuned.

CMake error "if given arguments" followed by parenthesis, "NOT", "EQUALS" and similar

By : hcaihao
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Probably you try to check an empty variable. The problem is $ENV{TnCfg} because it is empty. CMake replaces the value of the variable names by their values, leading to
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