Installed location of package files

The file list shows that openjfx installs files in the directory /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64, but why dpkg-query -L openjfx on my laptop shows the following result: /. /usr /usr/share /usr/share/doc /usr/share/doc/openjfx /usr/share/doc/openjfx/TODO.Debian /usr/share/doc/openjfx/changelog.Debian.gz /usr/share/doc/openjfx/copyright /usr/share/openjfx /usr/share/openjfx/lib /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.properties /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.base.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.controls.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.fxml.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.graphics.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.media.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.swing.jar /usr/share/openjfx/lib/javafx.web.jar

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How do I remove elements from array

I’m using StopWordsRemover to delete 0 in data_new[items], but it didn’t work. I haven’t checked out the error. Is it the wrong input format? code add_stopwords =[“0”] remover = StopWordsRemover(inputCol=’items’, outputCol=’input’).setStopWords(add_stopwords) data_input=remover.transform(data_new) data_input.show() data_new enter image description here data_input enter image description here

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Concept of functional cohesion

I made some research to better understand the concept of functional cohesion. Myers in his book “Composite structured design” has written about functional cohesion: A functional-strength module is defined as a module that performs a single specific function. He also wrote in “Reliable software through composite design” about that: In a functional-strength module all of…

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