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Any implementations of XQueryX?


Any implementations of XQueryX?

By : Ceyhun Yılmaz
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM
I hope this helps you . When I posed the same question on vark.com, I got a reference to XQ2XQX: XQuery to XQueryX, a section on how to use a stylesheet (xq2xqx.xsl) to do the conversion.
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How do modern implementations of Comet/Reverse AJAX work? Any stable C# WCF or ASP.NET implementations?

How do modern implementations of Comet/Reverse AJAX work? Any stable C# WCF or ASP.NET implementations?


By : vishal jodh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I have hear about, WebSync and PokeIn, both are paid implementations, I have used PokeIn and its pretty straight forward. If you are looking forward to code your own COMET implementation, I just can say that its a complex task, because you need to modify the natural behaviour if IIS. Its a hacky way to get around the limitations of the HTTP protocol and you need to know really well what you doing so don't end up breaking things around =).
Choosing between whether to provide object-oriented implementations or functional implementations of primitives

Choosing between whether to provide object-oriented implementations or functional implementations of primitives


By : Usman Awan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I think this is going to come down to preferences but I would do something like this
code :
import operator,functools
import numpy
class Vector: #encompass the behavior in its own class
    @classmethod
    def dot_product(cls,p1,p2):
        #treat p1 and p2 as tuples
        return numpy.dot(p1,p2)
    @classmethod
    def cross_product(cls,p1,p2):
        #treat p1,p2 as tuples
        return numpy.cross(p1,p2)

class Vector2d: #encapsulate the data in its own class
    def __init__(self,points):
        #validate construction data
       self.points = points
    def __getitem__(self,item): #now this will act like an array
       return self.points[item] #allows indexing 
    def __getattr__(self,attr): #allows it to act like a vector (above)
       return functools.partial(getattr(Vector,attr),self.points)

class Vector3d(Vector2d):
    pass

a = Vector2d([2,3])
b = [4,5]
c = Vector3d([2,3,4])
d = [3,4,5]    
print a.dot_product(b)
print c.cross_product(d)
In Castle Windsor, how to register ONE of many implementations of generic interface for ALL found implementations of gen

In Castle Windsor, how to register ONE of many implementations of generic interface for ALL found implementations of gen


By : immanshiyas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Because you're dealing with generic type parameters within Castle, you can't use the fluent syntax exactly as you've been using it.
What you can do is the following one-liner:
code :
container.Register(Component.For(typeof(IWrapping<>)).ImplementedBy(typeof(Paper<>)));
var cookieWrapper = container.Resolve<IWrapping<Cookie>>();
public interface IThing {}
public interface IWrapping<IThing> {}
public class Paper<TThing> : IWrapping<TThing> where TThing : IThing {}
public class Cookie : IThing {}
public class Carmel : IThing{}
public class Chocolate : IThing{}
Are there any good reference implementations available for command line implementations for embedded systems?

Are there any good reference implementations available for command line implementations for embedded systems?


By : Alimayar721
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I have a small set of routines that is essentially made up of 3 functions and a lookup table:
a function that gathers a command line - it's simple; there's no command line history or anything, just the ability to backspace or press escape to discard the whole thing. But if I thought fancier editing capabilities were needed, it wouldn't be too hard to add them here. a function that parses a line of text argc/argv style (see Parse string into argv/argc for some ideas on this)
How to work around conflicts of generic implementations of traits (blanket implementations)?

How to work around conflicts of generic implementations of traits (blanket implementations)?


By : Ben
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times This is currently not possible. You will need to implement Clipable for Poly, PointVec, and any others, individually.
You might consider writing macros to make this less repetitive:
code :
macro_rules! clipable_poly {
    ($($ty: ty),+) => {
        $(
            impl PolygonLike for $ty {}

            impl Clipable for $ty {
                fn closed() -> bool {
                    true
                }
            }
        )+
    }   
}

macro_rules! clipable_open {
    ($($ty: ty),+) => {
        $(
            impl OpenPathLike for $ty {}

            impl Clipable for $ty {
                fn closed() -> bool {
                    false
                }
            }
        )+
    }   
}

clipable_poly!(Poly, Point);
clipable_open!(PointVec, Path);
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