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Compare two objects and return the instances with equals values

I have 2 Categories and MyCats objects. I intend to buy these two objects and if the idCat is the same in both I intend to return the values ​​of that instance. The objective is when opening the tagbox (lists all the values ​​of the Categories object) the values ​​of the Categories object in which […]

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How do I filter multiple values in array

const arr1 = [{id:2},{id:3},{id:4},{id:5}] const arr2 = [{Id:2},{id:4}] I want to filter arr1 that contains arr2.id

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How to filter out objects if two keys are duplicate

const obj = [ { “id”:”1″, “name”:”a”, “email”:”abc@gmail.com”, “expiryType”:”premium” }, { “id”:”2″, “name”:”b”, “email”:”abc@gmail.com”, “expiryType”:”gold” }, { “id”:”3″, “name”:”b”, “email”:”test@gmail.com”, “expiryType”:”premium” }, ] can somebody please help me how to filter out objects where email is same but i want to keep the one with expiry Type is premium ? How to achieve this using […]

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Is there an R function to delete duplicate values within a cell for a large dataset?

I have a large dataset and my problem is the following: I have multiple entries within a cell. I want to delete the duplicates within cells, but keep the duplicate row entries for all columns. Here is an example Code that will lead so a situation similar to the one I am in right now: […]

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I have a data String with multiple JSON Objects, how can I store all JSON Objects from the String in an Array filled with objects?

For example if I had a string of 3 json objects: {“id”:”1″,”status”:”SENT”,”sent_at”:”2020-02-25T11:00:02+00:00″},{“id”:”2″,”status”:”SENT”,”sent_at”:”2020-02-18T11:00:02+00:00″},{“id”:”3″,”status”:”SENT”,”sent_at”:”2020-02-11T11:00:03+00:00″} (above example is one long string) How can I store all above information in an Array of individual json objects? I’m using Java!

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Pandas Pivot over a List in DataFrame

I need to pivot a pandas dataframe given a “list of components”. The idea is to create 1 row per component (item of the list). The dataframe columns looks like this Receipt Items Receipt A [id1, id2, id3, id4] Receipt B [id4, id5] Receipt C [id6, id7,id8] What I need to obtain is a row […]

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React Native TapGestureHandler – how to call a function and send a custom id param

class InfoScreen extends Component { constructor(props) { super(props); this.infoData =[ { id:1, title: ‘React Native’, shortDescription: ‘Wat is React Native en wat kan het voor u betekenen. Met React Native maken wij moderne apps op maat!’, color:’green’, }, { id:2, title: ‘Magento 2 koppeling’, shortDescription: ‘Een app met een Magento 2 koppeling is mogelijk. Link […]

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Gatling: How to extract one object from array?

I am new in Gatling and Scala. Sending Get Request the response body is Array and I need to extract only one object from Array and post it in Gatling. Can someone explain to me how to do it? Here is my code example: private val getUsers = exec( http(“Get users”) .get(“/users”) .check(status.is(200)) .check(bodyString.saveAs(“Users”))) The […]

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Gatling: How to extract one object from array?

I am new in Gatling and Scala. Sending Get Request the response body is Array and I need to extract only one object from Array and post it in Gatling. Can someone explain to me how to do it? Here is my code example: private val getUsers = exec( http(“Get users”) .get(“/users”) .check(status.is(200)) .check(bodyString.saveAs(“Users”))) The […]

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DFS output all matching elements and its ancestor in array : javascript

Would like to output ALL matched name and all of its parent. Tried DFS but the solution could only return one matched DFS result, and doesn’t output the other matching results. Does somebody know about this? I have tried read lot of DFS but couldn’t find solution. Thanks for your time. Given this.term = ‘elep’, […]