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Inconsistent replication of numpy random generator using random.RandomState(None) or 0

I have had this problem before. At the time, I imported random a number of times. This time I import numpy a single time among all modules. EDITED Using None might have been the problem. But still not working with 0. Minimal example working, so it’s deeper in the code and not about importing anything […]

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Py-Game Connect4 – Minimax (Program Halting Recursively)

main.py from Player import Player import tkinter as tk import pygame import pygame_menu import time import colors import Connect4 as cFour import Minimax as mx def text_format(option, textSize, textColor): """ Creates a text object to show in the main menu """ newFont = pygame.font.Font(pygame_menu.font.FONT_FRANCHISE, textSize) newText = newFont.render(option, 0, textColor) return newText def load_screen(): """ […]

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How to process uploaded images in new 5.4 version of Contact Form 7?

I am using Contact Form 7 (5.4) and CF7 Smart Grid Design Extension (4.10.0) in a submit form on my WordPress site to construct draft Custom Post Types. The original inspiration for this was this awesome SO post. The submission form has worked well and reliably for over a year, but with the new CF7 […]

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Python pandas how to deal with operations

I have the following problem which I am not sure how to solve with acceptable performance. Example: I have a list with all the close prices from stock between 2 dates, let’s say close_price = [1, 2, 5, 3, 10, 1] And I also have an array with just True and False which has True […]

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RabbitMQ in_group filter getting error with Active Directory

I can’t get RabbitMQ in_group filters to work with Active Directory. It is trying to substitute my username, but there is no ${username} variable in my in_group pattern: ‘CN="rabbitmq-${vhost}-users",OU=Groups,DC=example,DC=com’. I can sign in, but when I try to add a new queue I get the error below. Setting the "administrator" in tag_queries = true gives […]

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How to test with jest azure service bus

I have the following code: import { logger } from "logger"; import { ServiceBusClient } from "@azure/service-bus"; import retry from "async-retry"; let sbClient; let connectionString; let retries; let minTimeout; let maxTimeout; let factor; function init({ connection, retries, minTimeout, maxTimeout, factor }) { connectionString = connection; retries = retries minTimeout = minTimeout maxTimeout = maxTimeout factor […]

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Mutable variable + security function – tradingview pine error

Im getting the error: Cannot use a mutable variable as an argument of the security function This is the code to show 3 lines as Resistance, Middle and Support. //@version=4 srch = input(high, "Highs Source") srcl = input(low, "Lows Source") mn = input(21, "Short Range", minval=1) F = input(5, "Long Range Factor", minval=2) mx = […]

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I want to create a truth table for three variables each resulting to a different variable

I want to perform this truth table in Arduino, where depending on the values of three variables A, B and C it would result to a different O variable. I posted this in the Arduino StackExchange because I would be using it in Arduino. I am aware that you can totally do it using if […]

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Arduino Ask Engineering

I want to create a truth table for three variables each resulting to a different variable

I want to perform this truth table in Arduino, where depending on the values of three variables A, B and C it would result to a different O variable. I posted this in the Arduino StackExchange because I would be using it in Arduino. I am aware that you can totally do it using if […]

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Arduino Ask Engineering

I want to create a truth table for three variables each resulting to a different variable

I want to perform this truth table in Arduino, where depending on the values of three variables A, B and C it would result to a different O variable. I posted this in the Arduino StackExchange because I would be using it in Arduino. I am aware that you can totally do it using if […]