dict odd behavior? (or code is odd :)
dict set foo somefoo 0
running the code below will alternate between a value of 1 and the expected incremented value
(output shown here is after 14 runs)
% dict set foo somefoo [incr [dict get $foo somefoo]]
% dict set foo somefoo [incr [dict get $foo somefoo]]
It's been a long time since I've played with Tcl and just now getting back into it, so is my code just bad or is there something wrong with my Tcl build?
You're incrementing a variable named 0 (which is what your first [dict get] returns).
You're looking for [dict incr]
On 6/12/2014...Odd behaviour for time, timezone, timestamp...
I am trying to track down a problem with emacs timestamps, I have a
new laptop running XP with ntemacs 21.3, and an older machine also XP
running 21.2. The old machine correctly timestamps files, but the new
machine timestamps them with UCT and I cannot figure out why. The two
machines have identical .emacs files. Both have identical site files
(the auctex site-start).
Looking into how emacs interfaces with system time I find the following:
(current-time) gives the same numbers on both machines
(current-time-zone) gives the same result (0 "NZS") on both machines
(current-ti...How to sort non-ascii characters?
Dear MATLAB users
I want to sort a string that contains non-ascii charaters, such as
I found that MATLAB sort these character according with its double
value. However, I want to sort them using another rule, for example
'PinYin' which represents its pronouncation.
Here is an example,
A =3D '=CE=D2=B0=AE=B1=B1=BE=A9=B5=D8=B0=B2=C3=C5'
Using sort(A), we can get:
this sequence is sorted according to character's double value. Now I
want to sort it according to its pronouncation, how can I do that?
200...Even more questions and answers about video adapters
Q. Why don't the grayscale text modes appear grayscale?
A. The grayscale modes allowed 16 shades of gray in text modes 0h,
02h, and graphics mode 05h instead of the 16 CGA palette. But these
shades of gray were generated by the composite color generating
circuitry of the CGA, PCjr., and EGA. If the display adapter does
not contain composite video generating circuitry, (and RGB-composite
converters do not count), then there will be no visible difference
between the color and grayscale modes. The VGA, although it has the
capability to produce 64 shades of gray, will not emula...Odds and ends
A collection of things which really don=92t merit a thread of their
The recent discussion in the Ancient Armies thread regarding how
difficult it is to find out about and get hold of the copyright holder
to stuff released decades ago had me checking a thing or two regarding
an old computer wargame which always gets top spot in =93What games
should be remade=94 threads : Age of Rifles.
Guess who=92s the owner of Age of Rifles ? our dear pal JR :
Some time ago Matrix confirmed they got the IP to computer versions ...Stable sorting and SysSytemSort
IBM Object REXX explicitly documents that SysStemSort is not a "Stable"
sort, that is, values with equal "keys" may not necessarily stay in
their original order. In other words, if you sorted:
� by just character position 1, then the resultant stem would not
necessarily be in the original order.
You can maintain the original order by adding the tail number to the
actual data, sorting on your columns or choice, and adding the stem
number as the least significant column in the sort. Then you have to
strip the stem numbers back out agai...here's an odd one
when I convert a normal mp3 song to aiff with mpecker it works fine but
when i decode a large audio book segment (40 meg), the new aiff file
appears as it's being converted but dissapears as soon as it's
finished. Still prefer 9.2 althogh i use 10.2 for some things. Any
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, scott <email@example.com>
> when I convert a normal mp3 song to aiff with mpecker it works fine but
> when i decode a large audio book segment (40 meg), the new aiff file
> appears as it's being converted but dissapears as soon as it'...Odd change: no more bounding boxes in eps files
I am writing a paper in Latex. I spent a couple of weeks coding up a
nice statistical analysis and getting nice plots to match. Then, after
fiddling with it last night to debug something, somehow the code is no
longer providing proper bounding boxes. I opened up a file in a text
editor to see, and the bounding box is there, but there's some
gibberish (binary?) in the first line of the file gumming up the works.
Now, the reason I spent a lot of time on this when I wrote the code is
so that the total non-computer geek who is replacing me could just
point and type in a few things and repeat t...Odd noise...?
About every ten minutes my iMac355 makes hard drive noise and all
functions stop for about ten -fifteen seconds. Cursor will move but
can't drag, open or close, type etc. Any audio/video stops also. Never
used to happen (three years).
Any ideas would be appreciated
...Adding 1 to odd and 2 to even values of a matrix
Here is my code. I'm wondering what I can add to my code in order to add 1 to all the odd values, and add 2 to all of the even values of the matrix that is produced?
I think there is a way to use a "mod" function, but I'm not that familiar with MATLAB or how to use that function. Can anyone HELP??
b= input('Enter a value for b');
c= input('Enter a value for c');
d= input('Enter a value for d');
e= input('Enter a value for e');
a= [b c; d e];
for i =1:2
for j =1:2
...keyed sorting and comparison functions
Does Haskell have keyed sorting and comparison functions like
Python's? They are very handy. I couldn't find anything like them in
the Data.List doc but I think they would be a good addition.
Here is my version of a keyed sort, that is probably not very idiomatic,
but makes the decorate-sort-undecorate strategy very explicit:
sortKeyed :: Ord b => (a -> b) -> [a] -> [a]
sortKeyed keyfunc xs =
map = Prelude.map
decorate x = (keyfunc x, x);
undecorate (kx, x) = x;
d = map decorate xs;
s = so...Odd...
Both Snit and "Moshe" (flatline---) have escaped from my killfile -- both at
the same time.
"There's a story there...somewhere"
> Yeah, we chipped in together and hired killer robotic sea horses to go
> into your house and alter your computer settings. You busted us,
> detective. Well done!
That must be it. Goodbye (again) troll.
"There's a story there...somewhere"
"RonB" <ronb02NOSPAM@gmail.com> stated in post FX5uj.86$Pn5.firstname.lastname@example.org
on 2/17/08 7:18 PM:
> Bot...What sort of OS statistics do you monitor, how often and how?
The following questions are aimed at unix users (solaris in particular) who run
multiple oracle databases on the same host.
Was just wondering what are all the OS stats that you monitor and how often you
For example, do you just monitor 1, 5 and 15 minute load every 15 minutes or do
you do it more often?
Do you monitor swapping or paging and and have thresholds set to alert you?
What other things do you specifically monitor and do you check things daily or
have warnings emailed?
Do you have simple custom written scripts that monitor stats like top, sar,
iostat and vmstat...Odd behavior of python module listing
Yesterday I installed compiz-icon in my Ubuntu. Today, when I go to
the python interpreter, I happen to do this:
### START OF PYTHON SESSION ###
Python 2.5.2 (r252:60911, Apr 21 2008, 11:17:30)
[GCC 4.2.3 (Ubuntu 4.2.3-2ubuntu7)] on linux2
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
Welcome to Python 2.5! This is the online help utility.
If this is your first time using Python, you should definitely check
the tutorial on the Internet at http://www.python.org/doc/tut/.
Enter the name of any module, k...Sorting mixtures of text and numeric fields in Delphi tables
Unfortunately I'm revisiting the old chestnut of 'sorting'.
I have a very large table that's being used within a Delphi
application and I would like to sort the table via one of its fields.
The end result is a Word document that's read by a user so the sorting
has to be correct.
As an illustration, let's pretend the table has a single field and
that some of the entries are...
As you would imagine, no matter what field type I assign to the fie...TCPSocket, send always transmit an even length message
Hello all :)
Just a quick and obscure bug report
> require 'socket'
> s = TCPSocket.open('localhost', 2000)
=> #<TCPSocket:fd 3>
> s.send('ab', 2)
> s.send('cde', 3)
$ nc -l 2000
Write seems to work OK and puts too, but I could swear I had the same
issue with puts on another Ubuntu box with same specs and ruby 1.8.7.
I'm using Ubuntu 10.10, 2.6.35-27 kernel and ruby 1.9.2-p180 and ruby
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
...this is not a flushing issue...PROC LOGISTIC help with obtaining Odds Ratios for main effects
I have conducted a logistic regression with 2 predictor variables. The first
has 4 categories and the second has 2 categories (both predictors are
included on the class statement to determine the reference categories). In
addition to including the 2 predictor variables I have also included the
interaction. I used the following statement to ensure that the main effects
enter before the interaction term.
/HIERARCHY= singleclass selection = stepwise include = 2
The problem I am having is obtaining the odds ratios for the main effects
when the interaction is significant.
When the interactio...sort + external procedure tuning
I test a query on db2 udb v7.2 EE and Oracle8i EE. On db2 it took me
less than 30s. On Orale server it took me 10m.
My query is like:
SELECT id1, function_name(col2, 'Str1', col3, 'Str2')
Order by 2 desc;
We use C/C++ external procedure. My table size is about 500M, 1M rows.
I don't want to argue why one is better than the other one. I just hope
you can HELP me to improve the performance of the query on oracle server
Win2K, 4 CPUs, 2G mem, Raid5(5 disk).
The init.ora parameters I try to change is:
DB_FILE_MULTIBL...Odd behaviour or normal?
I'm just starting to work with Java GUI code again for the first time in a
long time and I've encountered some behaviour that may or may not be normal;
I just don't remember. Perhaps someone here can tell me....
I have a class called TextInputPanel which subclasses JPanel. My subclass
has a JLabel and a JTextField on it. My class has been working fine but
today I added some trivial-seeming functionality and suddenly I got odd
behaviour. All I did was to override the setForeground() and setBackground()
methods of the parent class, just to control the specific colors of the
f...Re: Reflection & Qedit -- odd problem I never used to have...
function key labels?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Emerson, Tom [mailto:Tom.Emerson@warnerbros.com]
> Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 9:49 AM
> To: HP3000-L@RAVEN.UTC.EDU
> Subject: Reflection & Qedit -- odd problem I never used to have...
> I've got a problem that resides just below the "minor
> annoyance" level, =
> but is steadily rising. If, at some point during a session, I use =
> QEDIT's visual mode, when I close the reflection window I get
> prompted =
> with "do you wish to save the changes to you...Repost (sort of) of an old problem
I have been trying to find a reasonable GUI SQL client that displays
results without rounding them. I was pointed to IBM's Data Studio,
which we've FINALLY installed, but sadly it seems it also rounds. If I
do this query from the command line:
SELECT * FROM TARGET WHERE file_id = 8237 and accession_id =
----------- ------------------------------ ------------------------
8237 200928_s_at -2.78165375414833E+000
If I do the same exact thing in Data Studio I get:
8237 200929_s_at ...Re: Odd, I do not see my posts #4
"Rick G" <Rick@dot.dot> wrote in article
Rick-5BFD20.email@example.com on 9/16/04 10:45 PM:
> In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Snit"
> <CSMA_SNIT@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
>> "Rick G" <Rick@dot.dot> wrote in article
>> Rick-8AF3C1.email@example.com on 9/16/04 10:28 PM:
>>> In article <7Au2d.2972$gG4.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>>> Not Important <NotImportant@invalid.com> wrote:
>>>> In article <cidps8$f3b@...Odd 'at' bug, and mail readers
A presumptious little bug this one.
I am using Solaris 7, but I observe that Solaris 9 also has it.
chl% at now
at> echo foobar
commands will be executed using /usr/bin/csh
job 1070040702.a at Fri Nov 28 17:31:42 2003
This will cause mail to be sent to you, containing
Your "at" job on clerew
produced the following output:
Now the problem is that this mail contains the following malformed header:
(should have been text/plain according to RFC 2045, of course).
But I never noticed ...Sorting a ListView in Borland C++ 5.02
I've been working on some code for about a week now and I'm getting
very frustrated with it. I've put together a ListView control,
populated it, and now I'm trying to sort on the columns. The relevant
code is as follows:
// Callback routine for Dialog Box showing folders and sizes
BOOL CALLBACK DiskUseFunc( HWND hdwnd, UINT message, WPARAM wParam,
LPARAM lParam )
lvHandle = GetDl...Really odd problem, doing my head in
I have a really strange problem that I can't understand (no rude comments
Basically, a wimp application that uses the poll word facility is crashing
for what seems like a very bizarre reason. I've constructed a minimal test
case which I shall describe below:
The app is a Toolbox app, with a resource file that contains only one
object: an Iconbar object with both text and sprite. Adjust click is set to
deliver event &82a91 (Quit_Quit) but this has no bearing on the problem.
Object is shared, auto create, auto show.
The program is in BASIC, it's a standard toolbox ta...