Scraping data from stats.nba.com, Getting Error in curl::curl_fetch_memory(url, handle = handle)

I’d like to scrape team advanced stats from stats.nba.com. My current code to get the XHR file where the data is stored is : library(httr) library(jsonlite) nba <- GET(‘https://stats.nba.com/stats/leaguedashteamstats?Conference=&DateFrom=11%2F12%2F2019&DateTo=&Division=&GameScope=&GameSegment=&LastNGames=0&LeagueID=00&Location=&MeasureType=Advanced&Month=0&OpponentTeamID=0&Outcome=&PORound=0&PaceAdjust=N&PerMode=PerGame&Period=0&PlayerExperience=&PlayerPosition=&PlusMinus=N&Rank=N&Season=2019-20&SeasonSegment=&SeasonType=Regular+Season&ShotClockRange=&StarterBench=&TeamID=0&TwoWay=0&VsConference=&VsDivision=’) I get the URL via these steps in Chrome: Inspect -> Network -> XHR The code throws this error: Error in curl::curl_fetch_memory(url, handle = handle) :…

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How do I calculate one input with realtime summation of other input in javascript?

<input type=”text” name=”item_price[]” onblur=”findTotal()” /> <input type=”text” name=”pay” id=”pay” > Javascript: function findTotal() { var items=document.getElementsByName(‘item_price[]’); var payment=document.getElementsById(‘pay’); var sum =0; for(key=0; key < items.length; key++) { sum += Number(items[key].value) ; document.getElementById(‘total’).value = sum; } var pay = Number(payment); document.getElementById(‘due’).value = sum-pay; } Output : <input class=”form-control” type=”text” name=”total” id=”total” > <input class=”form-control” type=”text” name=”due”…

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Convert struct to YAML file golang, facing problem while marshaling slice

I am trying to produce the following YAML using struct, Expected Output: all: hosts: children: master: hosts: // This is dynamic data coming from the slice. 192.168.99.123: 192.168.99.125: worker: hosts: 192.168.99.123: 192.168.99.125: etcd: hosts: 192.168.99.123: 192.168.99.125: vars: ansible_user: vagrant ansible_ssh_private_key_file: “~/.ssh/id_rsa” My golang struct is as follows, type Inventory struct { All *AnsibleInventory `json:”all”` }…

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