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How do GTK and Qt integrate with Linux in comparison to how they integrate with Windows and OS X?


How do GTK and Qt integrate with Linux in comparison to how they integrate with Windows and OS X?

By : dani3259
Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM
wish help you to fix your issue On Linux (desktops and laptops) the graphical screen is generally displayed (at least that was the case in beginning of 2015) by the X11 server. Your GUI app is communicating with that server thru sockets, often locally on a Unix socket like /tmp/.X11-unix/X0. The X11 server is generally Xorg.
For some embedded devices like Android mobile phones or some gadgets (GPS in cars, automotive or medical device industry) it is different (DirectFB, framebuffer devices -which is used by the X11 server on your desktop, ...)
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integrate a function with R/ prevent integrate to evaluate the integrand vectorially

integrate a function with R/ prevent integrate to evaluate the integrand vectorially


By : user3399027
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue The are two things you could do:
1) You could write you function different so it is vectorized:
code :
integrand <- function(x) ifelse(f(x) == 0, 0, 1/f(x))
g = Vectorize(f)
> f(38)
[1] 1.097221e-314
> 1/f(38)
[1] Inf
Integrate queue messaging between Linux and Windows

Integrate queue messaging between Linux and Windows


By : Greg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do JMS providers in general are not interoperable, because there is no common internal message format, or the connection protocol.
The perfect solution would be unifying the providers, so that both systems use the same (could be different instances — don't know about HQ, but ActiveMQ can send to another ActiveMQ).
How can I integrate the Ordinary differential equation using odeint from scipy.integrate?

How can I integrate the Ordinary differential equation using odeint from scipy.integrate?


By : ankit
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I am trying to integrate function defined as f in the code using odeint from scipy. The function f takes theta, t, and K as arguments, which are defined below the function f. y is the result, for which I am getting error. The reason for error is theta which is 2 dimensional. I am not able to perform integration. Could somebody help me in this ? , Write
code :
y = odeint(f, theta.ravel(), t, args=(K,))
def f(theta, t, K):
    global N
    theta = theta.reshape(T, N)
    ...
    return dtheta.ravel()
I have integrate cybersource payment gateway in ruby but i want integrate with rails

I have integrate cybersource payment gateway in ruby but i want integrate with rails


By : Harshit Agrawal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you You can use the Class: ActiveMerchant::Billing::CyberSourceGateway of active_merchant
Example
code :
require 'active_merchant'

# Use the TrustCommerce test servers
ActiveMerchant::Billing::Base.mode = :test

gateway = ActiveMerchant::Billing::CyberSourceGateway.new(
            :login => 'TestMerchant',
            :password => 'password')

# ActiveMerchant accepts all amounts as Integer values in cents
amount = 1000  # $10.00

# The card verification value is also known as CVV2, CVC2, or CID
credit_card = ActiveMerchant::Billing::CreditCard.new(
                :first_name         => 'Bob',
                :last_name          => 'Bobsen',
                :number             => '4242424242424242',
                :month              => '8',
                :year               => Time.now.year+1,
                :verification_value => '000')

# Validating the card automatically detects the card type
if credit_card.validate.empty?
  # Capture $10 from the credit card
  response = gateway.purchase(amount, credit_card)

  if response.success?
    puts "Successfully charged $#{sprintf("%.2f", amount / 100)} to the credit card #{credit_card.display_number}"
  else
    raise StandardError, response.message
  end
end
What do scipy.integrate.ode.integrate() optional `step` and `relax` arguments do?

What do scipy.integrate.ode.integrate() optional `step` and `relax` arguments do?


By : neerja parikh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you The step and relax arguments exist to allow the user to run just portions of the integration algorithm rather than the full integration. They are useful for testing the internals of the algorithm, but not particularly useful to the average user.
Both arguments are treated as boolean flags to choose a different type of partial integration. If step is True (nonzero), then integrate() runs the step() method of the integrator, whose docstring says """Make one integration step and return (y1,t1).""" Basically it runs just a single step in the normal integration process.
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