I can't find anything in the docs, but it seems that there is no access in a subclass to its superclass's private variables. Am I right?
I have two nested nested lists, like this one:I want to use the elements in list_1 with list_2 to make a dictionary but it needs to be in the form of a nested list, the output should be like this:
I see that EnumSet.of() returns an instance of an object of the type EnumSet. But I am not able to figure out which class actually implements this abstract class? How can you get an instance of the abstract type EnumSet, when you have not subclassed it?
My Java FX app handles hours worked. I have work start and end time in 2 date fields. I succeeded in calculating the differences between 2 datesTime; but now how could I check if the result is in a night or day range???? The day begin at 6 and ends...
In C++ is it possible to define multiple methods based of the number of template parameters provided? Similar to how variadic functions work?
I wanted to see what the smallest number divisible by all one digit numbers was and instead of looking it up I created this.
I have a perl script with shebang as I want this script to print each line as it is executed. So I installed Devel::Trace and changed script shebang to
I've been struggling with foldr for a while now. i want to convert a list of ints to a single tuple that contains the sum of list and number of ints. for example [1,2,3,4] -> (10,4) the function i have below iterates through the list fine but only outputs the...
Today github is showing following error on my github repository:We found a potential security vulnerability in one of your dependencies. A dependency defined in ./package-lock.json has known security vulnerabilities and should be updated.
I'm trying to delete a specific line from a 12GB text file.I do not have the sed -i option available on HP-UX, and other options like saving to a temporary file aren't working because I have only 20GB space available with 12 GB already used by the text file.