randomly generate n of each of two types
I need access to 2*n random choices for two types
subject to a constraint that in the end I have
drawn n of each. I first tried::
types = typelist*n
for next_type in types:
This works but has some obvious costs.
To avoid those I considered this instead::
type0, type1 = typelist
ct0, ct1 = 0,0
if random.random() < ((n-ct0)/(2*n-ct0-ct1)):
next_type = type0
ct0 += 1
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It is easy to overlay(that is, union) two graphs in MATLAB. Who knows
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This question comes from that I have a contour plot, which is a
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I have a population of five algorithms. Each Alg has a method,
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Now I want to store the algorithms and associated accuracies in a
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Here's how I do it now. There must be a better way! This method is
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default stick with the same brand already on my PC? Would we be able to
share a cradle?
i am syncing a TT and a T2 to my pc. as long as you call them something
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Im trying to compile my application as static, but without good results.
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It compiles, in fact the binary file is bigger, mas but on execution
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With the flag -static in g++ does:
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Over the time I've seen lots of remarks about python that read like "a
lot like lists in lisp" or "like the hashtable in java" or any other
form of "like <feature> in <language>".
Are there any concepts that python has not borrowed, concepts that were
not even inspired by other languages? I'm just interested if it is
"merely" a best-of collection of language features or if there are
actually inventions that have not - or hardly - existed in programming
Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
> Over the time I&...calling other programs
can you tell me any function that can call other programs within my
something like: CallProg("rar", "a -s -md4096);
i need something that can call progs with parameters/arguments
thanks in advance
> can you tell me any function that can call other programs within my
> something like: CallProg("rar", "a -s -md4096);
> i need something that can call progs with parameters/arguments
Simplest is system(3), but it accepts only a single command string.
More elaborate is fork...Re: A list of compression programs and their algorithms?
>Where can I find a list of compression programs and what algoritm
>does each program use? Can you help me?
Have a look at:
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party's schemas each have in excess of 1000 tables and 1000 stored
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there is any utility or command for compare two databases,
tables structure (schema).
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pg_dump -s -t Thetable seconddatabasename > second
diff first second
Ashok Chauhan wrote:
>there is any utility or command for compare two databases,
>tables structure (schema).
&...Comparing two sets of data
I have the following situation. One set of data has 274 rows (set2)
and anther has 264 (set1). Both data sets are similar in structure as
well as values for both of them were extracts from the same parent
table. Hope the info would substitute DDL. I need to find the "gap"
rows between these two sets.
Attempted to run a query like
where not exists
did not yield what I desired. What else to try?
> I have the following situation. One set of data has 274 rows (set2)
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I started to write a lexer in Python -- my first attempt to do something
useful with Python (rather than trying out snippets from tutorials). It
is not complete yet, but I would like some feedback -- I'm a Python
newbie and it seems that, with Python, there is always a simpler and
better way to do it than you think.
### Begin ###
def __init__( self, source, tokens ):
self.source = re.sub( r"\r?\n|\r\n", "\n", source )
self.tokens = tokens
self.offset = 0
self.result = 
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I have a large dataset A, and a small dataset B. I need to compare dataset B and dataset A, if A inclues B, then in B the new variable will be coded 'yes', others in B, will be coded as 'no'.
In A, it includes the same data multi-times, so I use ID and a date to find if the B's data are in A datasets.
I did use 'merge' by dataset B, but after merging, alway some multi-data were merged to the B, and B has more data then it has before the merge. Could someone help me on code this problem.
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I am using TkTable right now (90 rows and 45 columns). I am thinking
two implement 2 vertical scrollbars and two horizontal scrollbars in
Can somebody help me? Thank you very much!
> I am using TkTable right now (90 rows and 45 columns). I am thinking
> two implement 2 vertical scrollbars and two horizontal scrollbars in
> my table?
> Can somebody help me? Thank you very much!
You're going to have to be more specific. Why do you need two vertical
scrollbars? Why won't one work for you? What will the...programmed agents
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i jus activate local agents programmed in configuration and, i configure
the agent to execute programatically. But nothing occurs.
The agent has to be signed by the same id that is running it.
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> Client Lotus notes 4.6.
> i want to program an agent to execute every hour.
> i jus activate local agents programmed in configuration and, i configure
>...FMCO 2004: program and last cfp
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server is authorative for (let is be the server where program is
Are there any functions (bind8 preferable)?
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> I'd like to use bind API in my program to obtain a list of zones the
> server is authorative for (let is be the server where program is
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The only API that BIND comes with is a r...how to see the detailed running process of matlab program?
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