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Python Output Quality Control

I’m quality controlling output within a Python file method. Here’s an example of what I usually do which coverts an initial string to a final string: def _localPostProcessComponentWords(self, tree, component, compWords): compWords = re.sub(r'(?i)initial string’, ‘final string’, compWords) return compWords What I want to do now is if I have two consecutive sentences in the […]

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Mastering Development

How do I extract information from a p tag?

I’m learning about arrays right now and I was just using some new methods I learned about so I can see if I understand their purpose and way of executing well enough. Specifically, I am working with reverse and sort methods. I wanted for their effects to stack on each other, so I wrote this […]

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Quick search in NAS. Which software for overview?

We use a NAS in our small company to acces our files from different locatins. Searching within the NAS does not work well due to the amout of data stored and slow internet connection. So if we’re looking for a file, we need to know exactly where it is. Is there a way to keep […]

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Mastering Development

XML parsing with a Class call

I parsed an xml file with xml.etree python module. Its Working well, but now I try to call this code as a module/Class from a main program. I would like to send the xml tree and a filename for the csv writing to the Class. My dummy file to call the file with the Class: […]

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Apply function to tree structure in racket

I’m trying to apply a function to a tree in the form of a Map but not sure how to exactly go about it. Here’s my attempt.. (define-struct node (value left middle right)#:transparent) (struct emptyNode () #:transparent) ; leaf node (define T (node 1 (node 2 (node 5 (emptyNode) (emptyNode) (emptyNode)) (emptyNode) (emptyNode)) (node 3 […]

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Mastering Development

Erlang records printing

I am writing a program in erlang and I created this record: -record(tree, {node, left, right}). I want to print a list of different trees, and this is how prints it: [{tree,x1,{x3,0,1},{tree,x2,1,{x3,0,1}}}, {tree,x1,{tree,x3,0,1},{tree,x3,{x2,1,0},1}}] Is there an easy to print it without the word “tree”? (the name of the record). Sure I can just define it […]

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Mastering Development

How to return values recursively

I’ve been trying to get my head around recursion, but i can’t seem to figure out how to quit a function/return a value recursively. Given a binary tree of integer values and a target value, i’m trying to find and return the node with the closest value to the target. I’m able to traverse the […]

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When introducing new data against the model an error is produced “test data does not match model!”

In the R code below, I have included the sentences when looking to compare the manually classified with lexicon dictionary results by positive, negative and neutral (in matrixdata1), the algorithms results for the model produces different outcome in the tables, which is good. However, when executing.. “results2 = classify_models(container2, models)” ..when feeding in new data […]

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How to add treeview nodes with a single add node button in Vue Vuetify?

I am making a treeview component in vue/vuetify that allows the user to add custom-named nodes. I am able to have this work by having a “add node” button next to each child. However, this gets kind of messy after awhile. I would prefer to have a single “add node” button outside of the treeview. […]

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Passing an additional parameter to a function called using beast::bind_front_handler

I have a boost::beast REST client. the .hpp and .cxx are given below. pragma once #include <boost/beast/core.hpp> #include <boost/beast/http.hpp> #include <boost/beast/version.hpp> #include <boost/asio/strand.hpp> #include <boost/property_tree/json_parser.hpp> #include <boost/property_tree/ptree.hpp> namespace beast = boost::beast; namespace http = beast::http; namespace net = boost::asio; using tcp = boost::asio::ip::tcp; // Performs an HTTP GET and prints the response class RESTClient : […]