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Magento 2.3.4. This JavaScript error “Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property ‘status’ of undefined” appears only on the configurable products

This error originates from the line data[l].status = 1,. Could you please someone point out what is wrong with this line? t(n).on(“load”, function() { **data[l].status = 1,** t(r).on(“load”, function() { (r.width > u.width() || r.height > u.height()) && (showWrapper = !0, f(v, d), data[l].status = 2, r.width > r.height ? data[l].zoom = r.width / u.width() […]

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Mastering Development

Auto-HTML tags completion in C#

i’ve been trying to implement a Auto-HTML tags feature in a Winforms Richtextbox. I’m a beginner in C# and i needed a reference so i’ve come across this article on CodeProject. With this given code: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.ComponentModel; using System.Data; using System.Drawing; using System.Text; using System.Windows.Forms; namespace AutoCompleteHTMLTags_CSharp { public partial class […]

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Mastering Development

Not getting a production build in create-react-app

I have a project using create-react-app. I had no probelm working on it in developement mode (using scripts/start). After working on my project for a few weeks, I wanted to deploy for production. I ran scripts/build. This created a folder structure that looks like this : I assume that the index.html is the entry point […]

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Mastering Development

How to use groupby with multiindex columns

I have a multidimensional dataframe which was read from an excel sheet and finally looks something like the input table shown below. The dataframe has 2 level column header specified. df_1 = pd.DataFrame(df.values[2:], columns=[header_1a, header_1b]) pd.MultiIndex.from_frame(df_1) Input table: d = { “Hier_1”: [“a1”, “a1”, “a1”, “a1”, “a1”, “a2”, “a2”], “Hier_2”: [“b1”, “b1”, “b1”, “b2”, “b2”, […]

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Mastering Development

Automation Test executed by Runner works fine, but when execute this by command mvn, it gets error in test that already works fine

I am a QA and created a framework(JAVA) to execute my tests. Everything is going fine running the tests by Runners. All those tests works fine and got the PASSED status, but when i tried to execute mvn clean install, all the tests started to work and get PASSED until only one test get FAILED […]

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How to deal with a Python object to get a part of it’s name respective index

I created a simple Raspberry Pi application in Python 3 to hear my favorite internet radio stations. It works stable and fine but … The icons of the radio stations are buttons created with Tkinter. To play a station I check which icon is touched/clicked. I take the str(name of the clicked button-object) and throw […]

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Linux Mastering Development Ubuntu

Japanese keyboard layout symbol file broken since 18.04 to 20.04 upgrade

I recently installed a Japanese layout keyboard on a Lenovo X220 laptop. Using the terminal, and xmonad as a window manager, I first did: $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration Where I selected the Sun 7 Japanese 106 key keyboard, using the Japanese OADG-109A layout, as it matches the layout of the keys on the board I […]

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How could I give in Kruskal’s algorithm the name of the locations (vertex) in the form of strings, more precisely city names?

I wrote the following code with Kruskal’s algorithm and I don’t know how to modify it so that the locations are city names. public class Vertex { public char value; private char[] alphabet = {‘A’,’B’,’C’,’D’,’E’,’F’,’G’,’H’,’I’,’J’,’K’,’L’,’M’,’N’,’O’,’P’,’Q’,’R’,’S’,’T’,’U’,’V’,’W’,’X’,’Y’,’Z’}; public Vertex(char val) { this.value = val; } public int getIndex() { int idx = new String(alphabet).indexOf(this.value); return idx; } […]

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Variadic Function template not playing nice with std::function as argument

I’m trying to create a thread-safe std::map wrapper. To avoid data-loss scenarios at the risk of misuse causing a resynchronization of the threads, I’m trying to implement a function into that wrapper that can operate directly on the internal std::map instance without breaking the std::lock_guard‘s scope. I had this working as expected a couple hours […]

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Linux Mastering Development

how to suppress null values from the beginning of a string

I have the below file that’s getting created as an output of Hive data extraction: $ cat exchangerate_ossbr-20200513133152.csv nullrecordtype,exchangeratetimestamp,srcfromcurrencytype,fromcurrencytypecd,fromcurrencytypeid,srctocurrencytype,tocurrencytypecd,tocurrencytypeid,exchangerate,borpremiumdiscountflag,borexchangerate, EXCHRATE,2017-01-31T00:00:00.000,U,USD,1004010,C,CAD,1004000,1.3045000,P,0.3045000,20170131000000 null I want to suppress the null only if they appear at the beginning of the record. In the above case, the first line and last line start with null.  I just want the null […]