Views – Rewriting the Output of Results creates 2 links for one for a rewritten custom text box

I am using replacement patterns to rewrite the results of my content title field with the manufacturer's name before the title. I use the following custom text to do this:

{{ field_tool_manufacturer }}
{{ title }}

I'll leave this field as a custom link with the path Node/{{ nid }}

The problem is, I notice that the single rewritten title field with the manufacturer added at the front is output as two separate links rather than one. A link for the manufacturer and one for the title. Of course, this is not optimal for UX, since it communicates with floating 2 separate links, and so on.

The results are the same except for the line break, and the maker field is excluded from the display and is not output as a link. I did this with very little effort in Drupal 7 and wondered if this is a mistake or if there is a structural change that causes the two links. For any help, I would be grateful and would appreciate useful information.

Thank you so much!

Equation Resolution – How can I find the minimum and maximum output of a function and specify the valid ranges and steps for each variable?

I'm a software developer and it's been way too long since last time I had to calculate so complicated. I forgot a lot of the right terminology, which made it difficult to find answers. I apologize if this question has ever been asked and answered.

I have a function with a shipload of inputs. These inputs all have their own valid input domain (I think that's the right word) and their own step size (steps from 100 instead of 1). They are all inputs to a function as well, and I'm trying to calculate the maximum and minimum output for all possible combinations of inputs. What combination of functions do I have to use to achieve this?

Why does Mathematica deliver this output?

I calculate the limit

$$ lim_ {n to infty} a ^ {1 / n} $$

Use the code:

Assuming(Element(a,Reals)&& a>0, Limit(a^(1/n),n->Infinity) )

The expected value is 1. But if I give the input

Assuming(Element(a,Reals)&& a<0, Limit(a^(1/n),n->Infinity) )

This again results in the output 1. I do not know why. Any suggestion or clarification of this problem would be appreciated.

Equation Solution – How can I get the output in decimals instead of fractions?

I'm trying to solve a simple equation, but I can not get the answer with decimals. How can I do that? I want FS1 and FN1 with decimal places.

Angle S = 0;

Angle N = 90;

vertical equation = FS1 · sin [angle S] + FN1 · sin [angle N] = = 196,12;

horizontalq = FS1 * cos [angleS] == FN1 * cos [angleN];

Solve [{verticaleq, horizontalq}, {FS1, FN1}];

color – General input and output colors

Very old thread, but the top result. I am writing this for anyone who asks the same question.

As far as I've noticed, the default for games with power or machine modifications is the input for your system blue and the output orange. In addition, additional outputs in systems can be symbolized with yellow. If you use the colors for elements and also want a current input, this is red. This also works with liquids.

Suppose you have set up an automatic electric furnace system. The input for items such as ores entering the oven should be blue, the input for the power should be red, the output should be orange, and the additional output, charcoal, should be yellow. From what I have learned, if you want to have both exits in the same place, use both a tint that is half yellow, half orange. These options should be manageable via a preference interface in your machine or system and should be basic to storage systems with a default setting for storage. The output should be optional by using an additional item (servo) in front of your transport methods (item) tube or a conveyor belt).

I fully substantiate this with my experience in developing some Minecraft mods where these were the standards they used, so people who played big mod packs were not confused. The system is very easy to get used to and easy to understand for new people.

For more information, just read "Feed the Beast Machines." This will display a large number of instructions on how the system works

Frontend – Readable formula output on the command line

I tried to solve some differential equations. Mathematica is a bit expensive for me, so I chose the free Wolfram Engine for developers. It is said that the engine offers the full power of the tungsten language, but without the fantastic graphics frontend.

The problem is that I can not get a readable result. The output contains some weird symbols like #1. &, and Inactive, I've read the document, but I still have no idea what it means, probably because it's mainly for GUI users.

In(1):= DSolve(- m'(t) == f(t) * (Rho)(m(t) / m0 * P0), m, t)

                                                                       1
Out(1)= {{m -> Function({t}, InverseFunction(Inactive(Integrate)(-----------,
                                                                     P0 K(1)
                                                                  ρ(-------)
                                                                       m0

>           {K(1), 1, #1}) & )(C(1) +

>         Inactive(Integrate)(-f(K(2)), {K(2), 1, t})))}}

I then tried to export the result $ LaTeX $The generated LaTeX source, however, provides a big mistake: Argument unicode must be a number. I looked around and found this question that suggests TeXForm need to be fixed.

In(2):= DSolve(- m'(t) == f(t) * (Rho)(m(t) / m0 * P0), m, t) // TeXForm

Out(2)//TeXForm=
   left{left{mto left({t}unicode{f4a1}text{InverseFunction}left(int
    _1^{text{$#$1}}frac{1}{rho left(frac{text{P0}
    K(1)}{text{m0}}right)}dK(1)&right)left(int
    _1^t-f(K(2))dK(2)+c_1right)right)right}right}

How can I convert the Wolfram language output to mathematical formulas that I can understand without access to a graphical frontend? For example, the resulting formula can be exported as PDF, PNG, or MS Word, whatever I can read.

Use vanilla Javascript to display the output in an HTML table

function main() {

     let orderRepo = new OrderRepository();

     let yesterdaysOrders = (

    {
    id: 1,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 01", quantity: 1 },
        { itemName: "Item 02", quantity: 3 },
        { itemName: "Item 03", quantity: 25 },
        { itemName: "Item 04", quantity: 12 },
     ),
    },
    {
    id: 2,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 01", quantity: 1 },
        { itemName: "Item 08", quantity: 42 },
        { itemName: "Item 09", quantity: 13 },
        { itemName: "Item 12", quantity: 37 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 3,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 12", quantity: 16 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 4,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 10", quantity: 11 },
        { itemName: "Item 11", quantity: 10 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 5,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 06", quantity: 7 },
        { itemName: "Item 07", quantity: 2 },
        { itemName: "Item 12", quantity: 14 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 6,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 05", quantity: 17 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 7,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 03", quantity: 5 },
        { itemName: "Item 07", quantity: 2 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 8,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 02", quantity: 13 },
        { itemName: "Item 07", quantity: 7 },
        { itemName: "Item 09", quantity: 2 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 9,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 01", quantity: 4 },
        { itemName: "Item 06", quantity: 17 },
        { itemName: "Item 07", quantity: 3 },
    ),
    },
    {
    id: 10,
    orderLines: (
        { itemName: "Item 11", quantity: 12 },
        { itemName: "Item 12", quantity: 1 },
    ),
    }
    ),
    result = Array.from(
      yesterdaysOrders.reduce((acc, { orderLines }) => {
        orderLines.forEach(({ itemName, quantity }) => acc.set(itemName, (acc.get(itemName) || 0) + quantity));
        return acc;
        }, new Map), ((itemName, quantity)) => ({ itemName, quantity }));

   
   
      result.sort((a, b) => {
      if (a.quantity > b.quantity) {
        return -1;
      } else if (a.quantity < b.quantity) {
        return 1;
      } else {
        return 0;
      }

     });
     
     displayShelfItemPair(shelfName, itemName) {

         let table = document.createElement('table');

         let div = document.createElement('div');

         div.id = "data-list";

         document.getElementById("data-list").appendChild(table); 

       } 

       displayShelfItemPair();

     }

automata – Design a DFA to output a decimal number

An input alphabet consists of the following symbols ONE, TWO, THREE, …., HUNDREDS, Design a DFA that accepts input as a representation in English (for example, one hundred thirty) with any number from 1 to 999 and returns the appropriate decimal number (135 in this case).

From the Recommended Exercises section (at the end of the book) of Principles of Compiler Design by Aho and Ullman.

Visual Studio Code Why do not I get java output when I run my code?

I have JDK 12 and the Java extensions installed.

I get the following in the terminal instead of the output:

Windows PowerShell
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Try the new cross-platform PowerShell https://aka.ms/pscore6

PS E: Google Drive FALL19 COMP248 vs Workspace> & # 39; C: Users JiaXin.vscode Extensions vscjava.vscode-java-debug-0.21.0 Scripts launcher.bat & # 39; & # 39; C: Program Files Java jdk-12.0.2 bin java & # 39; & # 39; –enable-preview & # 39; & # 39; -Dfile.encoding = UTF-8 & # 39; & # 39; -cp & # 39; & # 39; C: Users JiaXin AppData Roaming Code User workspaceStorage f0a884c58ad1f48908c70f99a41e0b09 redhat.java jdt_ws jdt.ls-java-project bin & # 39; & # 39; HelloWorld & # 39;
Hello World!
PS E: Google Drive FALL19 COMP248 vs workspace>

How do I remove all useless data?

linux – SpaceVim – output processing error for eslint

In some cases after saving .js File in neovim With SpaceVim rc I am getting errors. :messages Output:

Neomake error in: function 206_AutoUpdate(56)..206_ProcessFile(84)..206_ParseTagline, line 51 
Neomake: Error during output processing for eslint: Vim(if):E716: Key not present in Dictionary: kind) && tagname =~# 'V' . escape(a:typeinfo.sro, ''). 
Error detected while processing function 206_do_delayed_update(11)..206_AutoUpdate(56)..206_ProcessFile(84)..206_ParseTagline: 
line   51: 
E716: Key not present in Dictionary: kind) && tagname =~# 'V' . escape(a:typeinfo.sro, '') 
Error detected while processing function 206_do_delayed_update(11)..206_AutoUpdate(56)..206_ProcessFile(84)..206_ParseTagline: 
line   51: 
E116: Invalid arguments for function has_key 
Error detected while processing function 206_do_delayed_update(11)..206_AutoUpdate(56)..206_ProcessFile(84)..206_ParseTagline: 
line   51: 
E15: Invalid expression: has_key(a:typeinfo, 'kind2scope') && has_key(a:typeinfo.kind2scope, fielddict.kind) && tagname =~# 'V' . escape(a:typeinfo.sro, '')

What can this be?