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2003 May 21
6
fixme:font:LFD_InitFontInfo DBCS fonts like...
I get these errors when running winex on paltalk.exe, what can I do? Building font metrics. This may take some time... fixme:font:LFD_InitFontInfo DBCS fonts like '-default-kai-medium-r-normal--8-80-72-72-c-80-big5-0' are not working correctly now. fixme:font:LFD_InitFontInfo DBCS fonts like '-default-kai-medium-r-normal--8-80-72-72-c-80-gb2312.1980-0' are not working correctly now. fixme:font:LFD_InitFontInfo DBCS fonts like '-default-ka...
2009 Jan 26
7
Wine and Guitar Pro 5.2
Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop, Wine 1.1.13 (upgraded from 1.0.1 to try to solve my problem). I have used used Guitar Pro very recently without a problem. After a PSU failure, I had to reinstall the OS and downloaded and installed software, including Wine. Guitar Pro appeared to install properly and its splash screen was normal. Immediately the full program ran, a fatal error stopped it. I have a screen
2005 Dec 11
9
LIKE SQL queries in rails
I''m trying to do something like: SELECT * FROM attachment WHERE filename LIKE ''%whatever%''; so my code is: @search = params[:search] @attachments = Attachment.find(:all, :conditions => ["filename LIKE ''%?%''", @search.to_s]) but that''s converting to: SELECT * FROM att...
2006 Jun 14
6
find and LIKE ''xxx%'' clause
Hi there ! I try to figure out how to do something like this in Rails : SELECT * FROM my_table WHERE name LIKE ''GOGONAM%'' My problem is the % and the quotes. >From now, I do like this : searched_name = params[:name]+''%'' user = MyTable.find(:all, :conditions => ["name LIKE ?", searched_name]) But i...
2006 Jul 20
2
Timing benefits of mapply() vs. for loop was: Wrap a loop inside a function
...U speed) than the for loop. Here is an example. # data needed for example items <- list(item1 = c(0,1,2), item2 = c(0,1), item3 = c(0,1,2,3,4), item4 = c(0,1), item5=c(0,1,2,3,4), item6=c(0,1,2,3)) score <- c(2,1,3,1,3,2) theta <- c(-1,-.5,0,.5,1) # My old function using the for loop like.mat <- function(score, items, theta){ like.mat <- matrix(numeric(length(items) * length(theta)), ncol = length(theta)) for(i in 1:length(items)) like.mat[i, ] <- pcm(theta, items[[i]], score[[i]]) like.mat } system.time(like.mat(score,items,theta)) [1] 0 0 0 NA NA #...
2016 Jun 15
2
[PATCH] Fix recognition of keeppxe option
...rnel() to load_linux.c:bios_boot_linux() because > >> > there is no convenient way in new_linux_kernel() to control the boot > >> > flags value. > >> > >> This is the part that has me questioning things and trying to recall > >> if any other KERNEL-like directives ever utilize keeppxe. > >> > > > > @Gene, > > > > Not being a developer myself, I don't understand this "other > > KERNEL-like directives" sentence. I do know what "kernel-like > > Those directives which acts like KERNEL, s...
2005 Mar 25
5
Re-write callerid?
Is it possible to rewrite caller id's? I would like to have sip phones appear by their local cid (like Henk <208>) but when they call out using the PRI I would like their full DID (MSN) to appear (like 0031201234567) I could ofcourse set callerid to the main phonenumber but surely there must be a better solution? Thanks!! Remco
2010 Oct 18
5
How to create a "like" button
Ive got a like and video model. On a Video page, Users can click a link ("like") button which will allow them to like a particular video. Since my like button/image comes in the form of a link and not an actual html form. How should this be implemented? Do I need to specify a ":method => puts&...
2009 Mar 13
6
Using LIKE
I''ve heard that using LIKE is very slow, but I see it being used a lot in examples, blogs etc. Is it really that bad? Since Rails doesn''t directly support Fulltext search, this is the easiest way to get searching done, right? Or are there any other easier ways? I''m using acts_as_indexed right now, but it st...
2006 Mar 20
5
:conditions => ["phone like ''%:phone%''" , {:phone => "555"}]
Hi all, What''s wrong with the way I specify the condition in : Person.find :all, :conditions => ["phone like ''%:phone%''" , {:phone => "555"}] ? It translates to (note the two '' between the two ") SELECT * FROM people WHERE (phone like "%''555''%" ) instead of SELECT * FROM people WHERE (phone like "%555%" )...
2006 Jul 04
3
Recalculating the score
...Ferret::Document for each of these objects. Indexing and searching is working fine. Each of these Ferret::Documents has a ''relevance'' field, storing an integer, how relevant this object is for the search. The ''relevance'' is in the range of 1..10 Now i would like to multiply the relevance of the document with the score, and sort the results by that. e.g.: A document with a score of 0.82 and a relevance of 3 should have a final score of 2.46 I couldn''t figure out how to do this .. I''ve read the ''Balancing relevancy and recentn...
2007 Mar 22
2
Proposal for Ruby on Rails for the SOC.
Hi list, I''m sorry to come here talking about this (since I realize you have many, far better things to do, but I''d really like your feedback on an idea I have for the summer of code. I''d like to work with the guys at Ruby Central on implementing a feature for Ruby on Rails, and since you guys are the best source of information on the subject, I''d like to ask you if you like my idea and if you think it...
2006 Feb 14
2
CMS-like routing
I''d like to set up routes like /<section>/<article>. Using a route like map.connect '':section/:article'' works just fine, but I''ve also got an admin area that is accessed through the route ''admin''. Inside the admin area I''ve got subpages li...
2018 Jul 05
7
RFC: should we spell lambdas like functions?
I argue we should spell C++ lambdas (and other function-like variables) like functions, not like variables. - Use verbs, not nouns. - Use lowerCamelCase. Here's a patch that implements the change to the coding standards: https://reviews.llvm.org/D48991 <https://reviews.llvm.org/D48991> Thoughts? -------------- next part -------------- An HTML at...
2012 Feb 23
1
how to draw crossing circles to show relationship?
Dear list, To make it easier, let me start with an example. Say I have 20 different cookies. Dave likes 7 of them, Evan likes 14 of them and Torri likes 11 of them. The data is cookies<-cbind(c(1:20), c(1,0,0,1,0,1,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,0,0,0,1,0,0,0), c(1,1,1,0,0,1,1,1,1,1,0,1,1,0,1,0,1,0,1,1), c(1,1,0,1,0,0,1,0,1,1,0,0,1,0,1,0,1,1,1,0)) colnames(cookies)<-c("cookie","Dave",&quot...
2016 Jun 14
2
[PATCH] Fix recognition of keeppxe option
> > kernel.c:new_linux_kernel() to load_linux.c:bios_boot_linux() because > > there is no convenient way in new_linux_kernel() to control the boot > > flags value. > > This is the part that has me questioning things and trying to recall > if any other KERNEL-like directives ever utilize keeppxe. > @Gene, Not being a developer myself, I don't understand this "other KERNEL-like directives" sentence. I do know what "kernel-like directives" means, but I do not know which one is the one you are referring to here, and why "_o...
2010 Nov 07
1
creating a scale (factor) based on a continuous variable nested within levels of factor
...?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?6 ? ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?7 ? ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?0 ?0 ?#song 7 gets a score of 8 ?8 ? ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?9 ? ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?10 ? 0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 45 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 ?0 What I would like to do is to create another scale ( a factor) based on the ratings with the following levels -10;-4 == dislike where -4 is included -4;4 == neutral where -4 is excluded 4;10 == like ?where 4 is excluded My code to obtain this new variable liking <- numeric(length(hDatPretty$rating)) liking[hDat...
2003 Jul 17
3
confused about histograms
I've got a data set with integer codes from 0--3. I'd like a histogram with a single bar for 0, 1, 2 and 3. I'd like each of the 4 bars centered over a label. hist(mydata, breaks=4, main="Simulation") gives me three bars. The best I've been able to do is do something like print(hist((wexp), breaks=25, main="Simulation...
2003 Jan 15
2
[lattice] lines for stripplot (like dotplot) or jitter for dotplot?
I'd like to use stripplot for some plots because I want to use the jitter parameter. On the other hand, I'd like to use dotplot because I'd like to have the horizontal lines that it includes. dotplot doesn't have a jitter option and I'm not having any success with getting panel.grid(h=-1) w...
2007 Feb 25
8
Double-banger function names: preferences and suggestions
What do you prefer/recommend for double-banger function names: 1 scale.colour 2 scale_colour 3 scaleColour 1 is more R-like, but conflicts with S3. 2 is a modern version of number 1, but not many packages use it. Number 3 is more java-like. (I like number 2 best) Any suggestions? Thanks, Hadley