This post is related to this other post What should I do about a religious player who refuses to accept the existence of multiple gods in D&D? Alot of people were saying maybe RPGs just aren’t for this guy that wanted one god and to deny the existence of other gods in the rpg world. […]
I have a mould cleaner product from years ago called savo. Still plenty left in the bottle. I notice it says EXP20110624. Does that mean it expired in 2011 and can no longer be used? Thanks.
the main log the screeshot is the main log that i want in end of day at 23:59 I have 3 temp files and nbf.txt on my Linux system. I want to copy each hour’s lines from these 3 temp files to nbf.txt. In each temp file we have (temp file for each hour): tmp1: […]
Following is the regular expression pattern I’m dealing with: [\t\v\f ]*([^=\s]+)[\t\v\f ]*=[\t\v\f ]*([^=\s]+)[\t\v\f ]*(?:\r?\n\s*([^=\s]+)[\t\v\f ]*=[\t\v\f ]*([^=\s]+)\s*)* It basically tries to match key value pairs in a single section of a .ini file. So, for instance, it should be able to match the whole string below: “aa = 11\nbb = 22\ncc = 33” I tried to […]
I am relatively new in C and found the code of this question. How do you pass the argument double (*f)(double) of the function and how does the pointer works out in this? Here’s the function: double derivative(double (*f)(double), double x0, int order) My guess was that first you need something like: #include<stdio.h> #include<stdlib.h> #include<math.h> […]
When I run the following code I get an output containing a value (1.11113) that I want to use within the code (after this first section). The full outputI get is shown after the code. Basically what I’m trying to do is extract a real time forex (stock) value to use in an order. This […]
Considering the paper Disentangling by Factorising, in addition to introducing a new model for Disentangled Representation Learning, FactorVAE (see figure), what is the main theoretical contribution provided by the paper?
So I have this small program (using Linux): import getch while True: print(“Hello World!”) key = getch.getch() if key == ‘q’: break So all it does is wait for the user to hit a key, and they displays “Hello World!” to the console. However, is there a way so that I can continuously display “Hello […]
I’m trying to make the textbox value change based on the value of the combobox. It’s should be fairly straight forward, but I’m struggling with this. Private Sub Combobox1_Change() x = Combobox1.Value textbox1.Value = Worksheets(“Sheet1”).Range(“B”) & x End Sub P.S. For clarity, I’ve never been a professional programmer or code writer.
I used win32 GUI and managed to make some sort of interface after some googling but i don’t know how to make a button do something or to make an integer get value from a textbox in the GUI. This is the main #include <windows.h> #include <commctrl.h> #include <stdio.h> #include “resource.h” HINSTANCE hInst; BOOL CALLBACK […]