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Create a textfile where filename is based on the value in one or two arrays


Create a textfile where filename is based on the value in one or two arrays

By : user2950094
Date : November 17 2020, 11:52 AM
hop of those help? In a C-program I am trying to create a textfile where the file name should be based on the input to one or two char arrays in a structure. , You can generate a filename like JohnEngland.txt with this
code :
char filename[45];
sprintf (filename, "%s%s.txt", pIndex->name, pIndex->country);


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Appending filename information to RDD initialized by sc.textFile

Appending filename information to RDD initialized by sc.textFile


By : cong ge
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine The following seems to work fine for me in Spark 1.6.0:
sc.wholeTextFiles("file:///tmp/*.gz").flatMapValues(y => y.split("\n")).take(10).foreach(println)
How to create nested arrays based on arrays of strings in javascript?

How to create nested arrays based on arrays of strings in javascript?


By : chartnett
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help You can find here a functional approach, by using .map() and .reduce() methods. The idea is to parse the path by splitting over the | character, and then build the object on the fly.
code :
const arr = [
  {cat : 'one|two|thre|boo'},
  {cat : 'one|two|boo|boo|ouch'},
  {cat : 'one|two|thre|boo|lee'},
  {cat : 'one|hey|something|other'},
  {cat : 'one|hey|keys|other'},
  {cat : 'this|blaj|something|other'},
];


function create(array) {
  const parse = elm => elm.cat.split('|');

  const build = (keys, obj, acc) => {
    keys.reduce((a, b) => {
        if (!a[b]) a[b] = {};
        return a[b];
      }, obj);
    Object.assign(acc, obj);
    return acc;
  };

  const obj = {};

  return array
    .map(a => parse(a))
    .reduce((acc, keys) => build(keys, obj, {}), {});
}

console.log(create(arr))
Create a textfile from Winform and write and read from the textfile

Create a textfile from Winform and write and read from the textfile


By : JsStev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you This is a basic code to create files and write text into it. You will need to add using System.IO; at the top of your project to use it and you may need to edit it to make it work with your buttons
code :
if (!File.Exists("FILENAME.txt")) // If file does not exists
{
    File.Create("FILENAME.txt").Close(); // Create file
    using (StreamWriter sw = File.AppendText("FILENAME.txt"))
    {
        sw.WriteLine("WRITE SOME TEXT"); // Write text to .txt file
    }
}
else // If file already exists
{
    // File.WriteAllText("FILENAME.txt", String.Empty); // Clear file
    using (StreamWriter sw = File.AppendText("FILENAME.txt"))
    {
        sw.WriteLine("WRITE SOME TEXT"); // Write text to .txt file
    }
}
Bash - Separate files into different arrays based on filename

Bash - Separate files into different arrays based on filename


By : Vero Orozco
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Don't use find here; this will fail for file names that contain characters the shell will use for word-splitting or pathname generation. Instead, use a pattern designed for pathname generation.
code :
shopt -s extglob
soundSprites+=( !(*_SL*) )
Create an Automator folder action to automatically create a directory based on part of a filename, then move to a new di

Create an Automator folder action to automatically create a directory based on part of a filename, then move to a new di


By : user3082572
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You can do this with folder actions, without using Automator. Open the Script Editor app and copy in the following code:
code :
on adding folder items to this_folder after receiving these_items
    tell application "System Events"
        set chosenFolder to POSIX path of this_folder
        repeat with aFile in these_items
            set {Nm, Ex} to {name, name extension} of aFile
            try
                if Ex is not in {missing value, ""} then
                    set dateFolder to text 1 thru 13 of Nm
                    set destinationFolder to my checkForFolder(chosenFolder, dateFolder)
                    move aFile to destinationFolder
                end if
            on error
                set malformedFileNameFolder to my checkForFolder(chosenFolder, "Malformed File Names")
                move aFile to malformedFileNameFolder
            end try
        end repeat
    end tell
end adding folder items to --ing folder items to

on checkForFolder(baseFolderPath, folderName)
    tell application "System Events"
        try
            if not (exists folder folderName of folder baseFolderPath) then
                make new folder at folder baseFolderPath with properties {name:folderName}
            end if
            return folder folderName of folder baseFolderPath
        on error errstr
            display dialog errstr
        end try
    end tell
end checkForFolder
tell application "System Events"
    set folderPath to "/path/to/target/folder"
    set scptPath to "/Users/whomever/Library/Scripts/Folder Action Scripts/script name"

    try
        set fa to first folder action whose path is folderPath
    on error errstr
        set fa to make new folder action with properties {path:folderPath, enabled:false}
    end try

    set {fileType, fileExt, fileName} to {file type, name extension, name} of file scptPath
    if fileType is "osas" or fileExt is "scpt" then
        tell fa
            try
                make new script at end of scripts with properties {name:fileName}
            on error errstr
                display dialog errstr
            end try
        end tell
    end if

    enable fa process new changes ask
end tell
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