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How to split an fileset in Ant into multiple sets

By : user3851240
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 AM
I hope this helps . Assuming that the order of the files is not important, and when you say no custom tasks you're not excluding the ant script task, something derived from this might be suitable.
code :

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Generating a graph with multiple (sets of multiple sets of multiple) X-axis data sets

By : Xu Jin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Here's some Python code that will produce what you're looking for. (The example uses 3 configurations rather than 2 to make sure the code was fairly general.)
code :
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import random

nconfigs, njobs, nservers = 3, 4, 4

width = .9/(nconfigs*njobs)  
job_colors = [(0,0,1), (0,1,0), (1,0,0), (1,0,1)]

def dim(color, fraction=.5):
    return tuple([fraction*channel for channel in color])

x = 0
for iserver in range(nservers):
    for ijob in range(njobs):
        for iconfig in range(nconfigs):
            color = dim(job_colors[ijob], (iconfig+2.)/(nconfigs+1))
            plt.bar(x, 1.+random.random(), width, color=color)
            x += width
    x += .1


Split a Set into multiple Sets by Class

By : user3557459
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You can use a Guava Multimap, it will make life a lot simpler:
code :
Multimap<Class<? extends Foo>, Foo> mmap = HashMultimap.create();
for (Foo foo : foos) {
    mmap.put(foo.getClass(), foo);
return mmap;
public static <X> Multimap<Class<X>, X> splitByClass(
    final Iterable<? extends X> implementations, final Class<X> interfaceType) {

    final Multimap<Class<X>, X> mmap = HashMultimap.create();
    for (final X implementation : implementations) {
        // this should be safe:
        final Class<X> implementationType = (Class<X>) implementation.getClass();
        mmap.put(implementationType, implementation);
    return mmap;

Regular expression to split a huge string into multiple sets of key-value pairs

By : Asim Rafique
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine This is how I would parse the response by Youtube API:
code :
# content is a str that stores the content of the link
query = urllib.parse.parse_qs(content)

fullurls = query['url_encoded_fmt_stream_map'][0].split(',')
data = [urllib.parse.parse_qs(i) for i in fullurls]

Rsync - split source as multiple sets

By : cygnet
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I had the source directory : , try this script:
code :
for ((x=1;x<=2;x++));
do if [ x = 1 ] ;
    then for ((y=1;y<=4;y++)); 
             do rsync root/sourceDir${x}/SourceDir${x}${y} rootTarget${x}/Sourcedir${x}${y}" ;
         done ;
   else for ((y=1;y<=6;y++)) ; 
             do rsync root/sourceDir${x}/SourceDir${x}${y} rootTarget${x}/SourceDir${x}${y}" ;
         done ;

Split Set into multiple Sets Scala

By : Suresh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I have some Set[String] and a number devider: Int. I need to split the set arbitrary by pieces each of which has size devider. Examples: , You probably want something like:
code :
Set("a", "bc", "ds", "fee", "s").grouped(2).toSet
Set( "a", "bc", "ds", "fee", "s").grouped(2).toSet
//res0: Set[Set[String]] = Set(Set(s, bc), Set(a, ds), Set(fee))
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