Tried running the above code on Ideone to see if its legal. The results perplex me:As you can see from my links this same code behaves radically differently each time it is compiled on Ideone! This smells like undefined behavior (UB).
For my assignment I have to replace for loops with streams that count the frequency of words in a text document, and I am having trouble figuring the TODO part out.
So I want to define multiple data classes for my Asteroids game/assignment:As you can see I have multiple data classes with some overlapping properties (velocity, position). That also meant that I had to give them different names per data class ("oneVelocity", "twoVelocity", ...).
I want to make a program that takes 4 numbers eg.(a, b, c and d) and checks if using arithmetic operators i can make the first 3 numbers result to the fourth number, like if the input is (3, 4, 5, 23) this will check out true because 3 +...
While using the round() function I noticed that I get two different results depending on whether I don't explicitly choose the number of decimal places to include or choosing the number to be 0.
I use the __DATE__ macro for getting a compile-time year:The Clang Code Model in QtCreator throws a -Wdate-time warning for using the __DATE__ macro.
I have two numpy arrays like belowI want to subtract both a & b such that result should [2,12]. How can I achieve this result?
How to get last 'n' groups after df.groupby() and combine them as a dataframe. After doing grouped.ngroups i am getting total number of groups 277. I want to combine last 12 groups and generate a dataframe.
Say we have a class that has a private constructor, through friend we can allow some specific class(es) to still create objects of this class:
I have a dictionary contains lists of values and a list:I want to compare the value in the dictionary with the list1 and make a counter for the keys if the value of each key appeared in the list: the output should like this: