Accessing values from output of dependency parser of Stanford NLP

I am using Stanford NLP for dependency parsing using the following code. import stanfordnlp stanfordnlp.download(‘en’) nlp = stanfordnlp.Pipeline() doc = nlp(“The contractor shall take the permission.”) doc.sentences[0].print_dependencies() the following is the output which I am getting: (‘The’, ‘2’, ‘det’) (‘contractor’, ‘4’, ‘nsubj’) (‘shall’, ‘4’, ‘aux’) (‘take’, ‘0’, ‘root’) (‘the’, ‘6’, ‘det’) (‘permission’, ‘4’, ‘obj’) (‘.’,…

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Why its not recommended to use pointer for array access in C

I’m learning C programming and I cam across this tutorial online, which state that you should always prefer using [] operator over pointer arithmetic as much as possible. https://www.cs.swarthmore.edu/~newhall/unixhelp/C_arrays.html#dynamic you can use pointer arithmetic (but in general don’t) consider the following code in C int *p_array; p_array = (int *)malloc(sizeof(int)*50); for(i=0; i < 50; i++)…

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Grouping columns and calc

I have my code as below: df.loc[df[‘Shape’].isin(Shapes), ‘Shape’].value_counts().div(len(df)).to_frame().reset_index() This gives me the number of occurrences and then % where that value is lets say a triangle for the entire dataframe. But if I want to add another column to layer it as a group by how would I tweak this? Current Code gives me the…

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Create files using bash script with two or more arguments within another file

I’m trying to create files using bash script with two arguments within another file. Example: My bash script file = myscript.bash My source file with arguments = masterfile.txt Here’s what’s inside the masterfile.txt file: object1 record1 object2 record2 object4 record4 object3 record3 object5 record5 Now, when I run the myscript.bash file using bash myscript.bash, it…

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Call Invisible reCAPTCHA With Ajax

I’m trying to submit a form With Ajax but When i do that i’m getting an error on the Page Preview Google captcha verification failed. Here is my Ajax Code : $(document).ready(function(){ $(‘#Form’).submit(function(event){ event.preventDefault(); $.ajax({ url: ‘test.php’ , type: ‘POST’, data: { verification_code: $(‘#verification_code’).val(), }, success: function(msg) { alert(‘Email Sent’); } }); Is there anyway…

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