I have following dataframe named ‘Saty’ in R One_Day Arrived_Date Departure_Date Yes 2022-01-10 NA No 2021-05-12 2021-06-01 Yes 2021-12-01 2021-12-01 Yes 2022-03-01 NA I want to modify the dataframe, if the One_Day column value is ‘Yes’, my ‘Arrived_Date’ and ‘Departure_Date’ should be same, like below dataframe. One_Day Arrived_Date Departure_Date Yes 2022-01-10 2022-01-10 No 2021-05-12 2021-06-01… Read More Changing specific column values based on conditions in R
I am working on an e-commerce project. But the product vendor id is not registered in the database. I’ve tried many ways. I would be glad if you help. seller_id always comes empty What are your suggestions? models.py class Product(models.Model): name = models.CharField(verbose_name="Məhsulun adı", max_length=150) description = models.TextField( verbose_name="Məhsul haqda məlumat", null=True) price = models.FloatField(verbose_name="Məhsulun… Read More I can't get product vendor id in django
I am trying to learn HTML/JS/CSS programming and tried to follow a tutorial making the game "snake". I am at a stage where I want to draw the head of the snake and have written the code but it doesn’t seem to appear. I have sat for the last 30min trying to find why my… Read More Snake head/body doesnt appear
I have a custom exception class InvalidNameException that is supposed to handle an error if the input string either is too short or has any special characters. I was wondering if it is possible to have a different super(message) be displayed based on what condition the input name satisfies. It should ideally look like this… Read More Is it possible to have a different super(message) be displayed for a customException?
I was using Lua with HAProxy to write logs into custom log file. Although my script is running totally fine. But I don’t see anything written in my text file. Here is my lua script which I am loading from HAProxy.cfg. local function foo(value) — MY CODE — file = io.open("test.lua", "a") io.output(file) io.write("The value… Read More Unable to read/write to file from Lua script running from HAPRoxy
I am trying to work out why the column names for pandas.concat() are in brackets. There is a similar question here – but in my context I don’t understand how this can be hapenning. It is like there is a double bracket in the assignment, but given the concatenated dataframe looks fine I cannot understand… Read More Why does pandas.concat() add (), to column name
Basically I want that my for loop stops itself after a certain element in the list is being processed. Here is the code: vids = [ ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=626de171d928a’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=6050c75748399’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=6277dbe97910c’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=5d660515990ec&pkey=150469821’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=6201e028e3811’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=6201e028e3811’, ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=60dd6838ce483’, ] for v in vids: try: vids.remove(v) if ‘&pkey=’ in v: raise StopIteration except StopIteration: break print(vids) The output is: [ ‘https://www.itatv.com/ita_video.php?viewkey=626de171d928a’,… Read More Stop for loop iteration trough a list at a certain point
All. I am a bit new to Python. I have recently taken a course and followed a few tutorials. I am trying to explore on my own and just make "something". This is for a texted-based RPG. I am trying to read the users input from a pre-existing list I already created in case they… Read More Is it possible to use a python list as a choice?
I am trying to test the following bit of code: DimonaClient is just a simple wrapper around a Laravel HttpClient; simplified function here: The getDeclaration() response is a \Illuminate\Http\Client\Response What I am trying to do in my test is: Mock the DimonaClient class so I don’t create an actual api call "Mock" (use Laravel’s Http::response())… Read More Trouble faking a Laravel HttpClient response
Conversion of rgb to hex is straightforward with matplotlib, but the alpha value seems to be ignored. For example the output of the two are the same: mpl.colors.rgb2hex((0.1, 0.1, 0.1, 0.1)) mpl.colors.rgb2hex((0.1, 0.1, 0.1, 0.8)) Which creates the same hex code (#1a1a1a), which isn’t what I’d like. I’m not sure exactly which codes I would… Read More Convert RGBA tuple to hex with matplotlib