I have now spent more than a few hours on this issue and I felt that it was time to reach out for some assistance because clearly I am missing some fundamental concepts about JSON schema validation that I thought I understood. Here’s some JSON that I actually expect not to pass the validation of… Read More Confusion over some JSON Schema Validation
Learn how to filter Pandas dataframe using ‘in’ and ‘not in’ operators, similar to SQL. Master efficient data filtering techniques in Pandas for data analysis and manipulation.… Read More How to Filter Pandas Dataframe using ‘in’ and ‘not in’ like in SQL
As a language that aims for safety and performance, Rust provides a powerful data structure called HashSet that provides a fast and efficient way to store and retrieve unique values. HashSet is optimized for scenarios where you need to check for the presence of a value and avoid duplicates, making it a popular choice among… Read More How to apply function that returns Result to each element of HashSet in Rust
To send and read messages in Discord using Python, you will need to use the Discord API and the python `discord` library.… Read More Python : send and read messages in Discord
I was making a new path for pages on my site and was trying to figure out how to path to my stylesheet and images cleanly. Here’s an element that shows my problem: <link rel="stylesheet" href="/src/styles.css"> My local copy of my site is hosted here at "E:/Documents/WEBSITE", the local page I’m trying to link the… Read More relative src and href paths work live but not local
As we all know, if you have a function like this: def foo(): foo() The function will call itself 1000 times and then you get a RecursionError exception. But what if you had a thousand and one different functions that call each other? i.e. a() calls b() calls c() and so on. Would you get… Read More Are there separate call tree depths for recursive and non-recursive calls?
I’m creating a booking reference for the user to download after successfully making a booking. It looks like this in the browser: However, after using html2canvas to get a screenshot of the component in React, I get this: I suspect the issue has to do with the fact that the static map’s use is protected… Read More html2canvas failing to capture Google static map
I thought this would be something simple to do, but I don’t think it’s possible, why is that? This is what I’m trying to do. console.log("hello") ? bool : ""; This gives me an error: Expected an assignment or function call and instead saw an expression. Not sure exactly what that means. >Solution : Yes.… Read More Is it possible to use ternary operator for console.log?
I’m making a small math program for practice purposes. The user is supposed to enter, how many digits the two summands should have. I did this as shown below: import random digits = int(input(“How many digits should the numbers have? “)) if digits == 1: while True: num1 = random.randint(0,9) num2 = random.randint(0,9) solution =… Read More How to generate a random number with the amount of digits, the user enters?