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Difference of list of dictionaries

I’ve searched quite a lot but I haven’t found any similar question to that one. I have two lists of dictionaries in following format: data1 = [ {‘id’: 4, ‘date_time’: datetime.datetime(2020, 4, 3, 12, 34, 40)}, {‘id’: 4, ‘date_time’: datetime.datetime(2020, 4, 3, 12, 34, 40)}, {‘id’: 6, ‘date_time’: datetime.datetime(2020, 4, 3, 12, 34, 40)}, {‘id’: […]

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I need help with a minecraft json file. I made a mistake which I can not find. I’m not an expert on java, so I need help

I downloaded a mod called custom quests and to make my own quests, I had to edit the config files. I do not know the Java programming language, but I tried anyway. It kept crashing me out of Minecraft when I tried to join a world after I changed the files, so I tried removing […]

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set model value using array in angular js

I’m using AngularJS framework. I have a text box to enter an amount and a drop down to select a type. <input type=”text” ng-model=”user.amount”/> <select ng-model=”user.rateType”> <option> rate </option> <option> unrate</option> </select> <input type=”text” ng-model=”user.assignVal”/> Here is my controller var app = angular.module(“myApp”, []); app.controller(“myCtrl”, function ($scope) { $scope.Main = [ { id: “1”, hval: […]

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What is the most efficient inverse of lodash _.intersection()

Using lodash, I want to find all the elements between two arrays that are different, basically the opposite or inverse of _.intersection[with|by]. Of course I reviewed _.difference[with|by] but it’s not an inverse version of _.intersection as it only compares the first array with the second, rather than comparing them against each other. The closest I […]

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Getting data from nested json using python

I’m trying to get some data from a government website and store them in two different tables. One will contain the filenames and the release date (let’s call this filename) and one will contain the actual data and the key to join with the filename (let’s call this datasplit) These data come into a JSON […]

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JavaScript traversing through arrays

I am trying javascript after 15 years, so not a pro at this. I finished the grouping & sorting on array. Need help with traversing & setting the values in the result. PART 1 – input data array – var arr = [ { id: 1, name: ‘fryh’, name1: ‘ksdtfuy’, group: ‘1208’, DT: ‘2019-10-02T19:20’ }, […]

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How to group an array of objects by key and sums a nested object property

I have an array of product objects, each product contains the product price besides a nested object representing the currency used. var products = [ { ‘id’: ‘1’, ‘currency’: { id:1, name:’Dollar’ }, ‘price’: ‘100’ }, { ‘id’: ‘4’, ‘currency’: { id:2, name:’Euro’, current_quotation: { date: ‘2020-03-02’, quotation: 68 } }, ‘price’: ‘300’ }, { […]

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How to efficiently group an array of objects by a child property that is an array?

I am working on a function that takes an array of objects and returns an object with the data grouped by values of a nested array property: INPUT [ { id: 0, section: [‘valueX’] }, { id: 1, section: [‘valueX’] }, { id: 2, section: [‘valueY’] }, { id: 3, section: [‘valueY’, ‘valueX’, ‘valueZ’] }, […]

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Displaying Fetched date in a custom calendar React native

So basically i created a custom calendar for my doctor Appointement App that looks like this: it displays the current week and date of the days. till now those time slot are a static array that i made and rendered in a flatlist: this.state = { timeList: [ { id: 1, time: “08:00 am” }, […]

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ES6 : sorting an array based on another array order [duplicate]

sortedArray = [{id: 1}, {id: 2}, {id: 3}, {id: 4}] unSortedArray = [{id: 8, text : ‘abcd’}, {id: 4, text : ‘ab’}, {id: 1, text : ‘cd’}, {id: 2, text : ‘def’}, {id: 3, text : ‘abcd’}, {id: 5, text : ‘abcd’}] I want to sort unSortedArray based on items of sortedArray and want only […]