Seeing error: session must be

I am experimenting with IG Markets and trying to run the below: response = ig_service.fetch_client_sentiment_by_instrument(‘GBPUSD’,’NZDGBP’) print(response) But I see this error: File “C:\Users\Barry\Desktop\IG Trading\ig-markets-api-python-library-master\trading_ig\rest.py”, line 211, in _get_session % type(session) AssertionError: session must be not Please note, it only happens when there is more than one marketid used: (‘GBPUSD’,’NZDGBP’).The request below works: response = ig_service.fetch_client_sentiment_by_instrument(‘GBP’)…

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Ui Component Grid with inline Editing in Frontend magento2

I want to add inline Editor in Webkul marketplace product grid. Grid is created using ui component and i have added my code also but inline editing is not working. Can anyone please help me. <argument name=”data” xsi:type=”array”> <item name=”config” xsi:type=”array”> <item name=”editorConfig” xsi:type=”array”> <item name=”selectProvider” xsi:type=”string”>marketplace_products_listing.marketplace_products_listing.products_columns.ids</item> <item name=”enabled” xsi:type=”boolean”>true</item> <item name=”indexField” xsi:type=”string”>entity_id</item> <item name=”clientConfig”…

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How do i find the corresponding index for these two vectors?

In clojure I’m trying to get my order-finder vector to find the index of a name in the names list: (def customer-names [“Adam” “Beth” “Chloe” “Daniel” “Nathan” “Olivia”]) To then use that index to find the corresponding pizza orders in this vector (def pizzas [“P” “M” “P” “C” “P” “P” “S” “C” “M” “M” “S”…

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Remove a given value from a string along with comma in Javascript

I am trying to remove a set of given values from a string of comma separated values as follows: // mainString mainString = ‘1,2,3,4,5’ // Values to subtracted from mainString givenValuesString1 = ‘1’ givenValuesString2 = ‘2,3’ givenValuesString3 = ‘5’ givenValuesString4 = ‘3,5’ // Desired Output Values desiredOutput1 = ‘2,3,4,5’ desiredOutput2 = ‘1,4,5’ desiredOutput3 = ‘1,2,3,4’…

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