iterate over arrays struct pyspark

<root xmlns=””> <records> <record> <Data> <classe> <array> <record> <Mesure> “A”</Mesure> <type>BASE</type> <coeff>1.0</coeff> </record> <record> <Mesure> “B” </Mesure> <coeff>1.0</coeff> </record> </array> <struct/> </classe> <classe2> <array> <record> <pattern1>CYCLE</pattern1> <pattern2>Month</pattern2> </record> <record> <pattern1>CYCLE</pattern1> <pattern2>Month</pattern2> <pattern3>week</pattern3> </record> </array> <struct/> </classe2> </Data> i want to parse the xml file and do if mesure == “A” i create another struct_A else…

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Kotlin/Native cinterop: compilerOpts inside .def file vs compilerOpts inside gradle

In documentation of cinterop for Kotlin/Native, you have to define a .def file such as: language = Objective-C modules = FirebaseCore compilerOpts = -framework FirebaseCore linkerOpts = -framework FirebaseCore Now you could also specify a compilerOpts within the cinterop block such as: compilations[“main”].cinterops { firebasecore { packageName ‘cocoapods.FirebaseCore’ defFile = file(“$projectDir/src/iosMain/c_interop/FirebaseCore.def”) includeDirs (“$projectDir/../iosApp/Pods/FirebaseCore/Firebase/Core/Public”) compilerOpts (“-F$projectDir/src/iosMain/c_interop/modules/FirebaseCore-${versions.firebaseCoreIos}”)…

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Deployment Failed | hit a require or revert statement somewhere in its constructor

I create a custom ERC20Token and a contract to store data sent from web3.Js. after storing data in mapping I would like to call ERC20Token contracts functionality inside this contract. code of contract to store data in mapping. import ‘./EMPToken.sol’; contract socialposts { //address payable public owner; EMPToken token; address _empTokenAdr = 0xd3591733C103EaCfBE7e0c2b4C037764dA836FDe; constructor() public…

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Is it possible to circumvent a require statement if the ordering of the requirements are incorrect?

Please take the following hypothetical code as an example mapping (address => uint256) public accountBalance; function deposit(uint256 amount) public { accountBalance[msg.sender] = accountBalance[msg.sender].add(amount); require(daiToken.transferFrom(msg.sender, address(this), amount)); } I have been informed that this code would be vulnerable to a re-entrancy attack and should instead be written as follows: mapping (address => uint256) public accountBalance; function…

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