How can we use hostListeners for different events?

I have html like this <input appAuthorization type=”text”> <button appAuthorization>Proceed</button> Here appAuthorization is my directive selector name. I want to use keyup.enter event to my input field while click event to button using host Listners in mh directives. below is my directive file constructor(private el: ElementRef, private renderer: Renderer2, private elmt: ElementRef<HTMLInputElement>, private http: HttpClient)…

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ResultSet closed after executeQuery

My code is: Connection c1 = DriverManager.getConnection(“jdbc:sqlite:C:/Users/syste/Desktop/Gestione_Box_Cavalli/docs/gestione_scuderia.sqlite”); // driver is already tested is okay Statement s1 = c1.createStatement(); ResultSet rs1 = s1.executeQuery(“SELECT id FROM cavalli WHERE nome = ‘” + CB_nome_cavallo.getSelectionModel().getSelectedItem() + “‘;”); idCavallo = Integer.parseInt(rs1.getString(1)); s1.close(); c1.close(); The exception is generated at: “aggiungiModificaClick(ProprietariCavalli.java:231)” Which is the line: “idCavallo = Integer.parseInt(rs1.getString(1));” For some reason it…

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Pytorch : AttributeError: ‘function’ object has no attribute ‘cuda’

import torch import models model_names = sorted(name for name in models.__dict__ if name.islower() and not name.startswith(“__”) and callable(models.__dict__[name])) model = models.__dict__[‘resnet18’] model = torch.nn.DataParallel(model,device_ids = [0]) #PROBLEM CAUSING LINE model.to(‘cuda:0’) To run this code you need to clone this repository : https://github.com/SoftwareGift/FeatherNets_Face-Anti-spoofing-Attack-Detection-Challenge-CVPR2019.git Please run this piece of code inside the root folder of the cloned…

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KeyError: “None of [Float64Index([34.62365962451697, 30.28671076822607, 35.84740876993872], dtype=’float64′)] are in the [columns]”

This is my dataframe: x1 x2 y x2_modified 0 34.623660 78.024693 0 99.294362 1 30.286711 43.894998 0 110.085855 2 35.847409 72.902198 0 96.249345 When i try to access the column x1, it does it perfectly: >>> print(df.x1) 0 34.623660 1 30.286711 2 35.847409 Name: x1, dtype: float64 But when i try to plot it, df.plot(x…

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