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oracle yyyyiw glitch


oracle yyyyiw glitch

By : user2952863
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM
Hope that helps If you want the ISO year as well as the ISO week, use the IYYY format model:
code :
select to_char(sysdate,'IYYYIW') from dual;

TO_CHAR(SYSDATE,'IYYYIW')
-------------------------
201501                    
with t as (
  select date '2014-12-19' + level as dt
  from dual connect by level <= 18
)
select to_char(t.dt, 'YYYY-MM-DD') as dt,
  to_char(t.dt, 'YYYYWW') as normal,
  to_char(t.dt, 'YYYYIW') as iso_week,
  to_char(t.dt, 'IYYYIW') as iso
from t
order by t.dt;

DT         NORMAL ISO_WEEK ISO  
---------- ------ -------- ------
2014-12-20 201451 201451   201451 
2014-12-21 201451 201451   201451 
2014-12-22 201451 201452   201452 
2014-12-23 201451 201452   201452 
2014-12-24 201452 201452   201452 
2014-12-25 201452 201452   201452 
2014-12-26 201452 201452   201452 
2014-12-27 201452 201452   201452 
2014-12-28 201452 201452   201452 
2014-12-29 201452 201401   201501 
2014-12-30 201452 201401   201501 
2014-12-31 201453 201401   201501 
2015-01-01 201501 201501   201501 
2015-01-02 201501 201501   201501 
2015-01-03 201501 201501   201501 
2015-01-04 201501 201501   201501 
2015-01-05 201501 201502   201502 
2015-01-06 201501 201502   201502 


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By : Juan Solórzano
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Evaluation order is undefined in your case between maxcost and mincost
maxcost modify a, so I assume that mincost does the same.
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By : user3541525
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I can reproduce the behavior with a file that has Windows line endings (\r\n instead of \n). In this case, the last field will not be "15865" but "15865\r", so every time $3 is printed, the cursor is moved to the beginning of the line before the next tab and field are printed. The next field then overwrites the just written $3, or part of it if it is shorter.
You can convert the file to UNIX line endings with a number of tools such as fromdos, dos2unix or recode. A way to do it on the fly in awk is
code :
awk '{ sub(/\r$/, ""); print $2 "\t" $3 "\t" $3 "\t" $1 }' file
awk -v OFS='\t' '{ sub(/\r$/, ""); print $2, $3, $3, $1 }' file
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By : brasscs
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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By : m.taran
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Figured it out...issue was not a files permission issue, the clue was in the "...not a valid Win32 application" verbiage.
I was using Ora 64 bit client instead of 32-bit, removed the Oracle 12c 64-bit client and installed Oracle 12c 32-bit client (you can also install the 11g driver (apparently an Oracle client supports one version back and one version forward)).
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By : Sake Sake
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I believe you have all the key components. You primarily need to think relative to the size and starting position, rather than hard coding values, and keep things simple. (e.g. color("blue") instead of color(r, s, t) until you get things working.) And take a good look at the star arrangement on the flag.
I've reworked your code along the lines of my comments above and made some style changes:
code :
import turtle

X_POSITION, Y_POSITION = -150, 150

def draw_rectangle(length, height):
    turtle.up()

    C = height * (7 / 13.0)
    D = length * (2 / 5.0)
    L = height * (1 / 13.0)

    ## Draw rectangle first.

    turtle.setpos(X_POSITION, Y_POSITION)

    turtle.down()

    turtle.forward(length)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(height)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(length)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(height)

    ## Then draw the red stripes.

    x, y = X_POSITION, Y_POSITION - L

    turtle.color("red")

    for z in range(0, 13, 2):
        turtle.up()

        turtle.setpos(x, y)
        turtle.setheading(90)

        turtle.down()

        turtle.begin_fill()
        turtle.forward(L)
        turtle.right(90)
        turtle.forward(length)
        turtle.right(90)
        turtle.forward(L)
        turtle.right(90)
        turtle.forward(length)
        turtle.end_fill()

        y -= 2 * L

    ## Draw the stars rectangle overlapping the stripes

    turtle.up()

    turtle.color('blue')
    turtle.setpos(X_POSITION + D, Y_POSITION - C)

    turtle.down()

    turtle.begin_fill()
    turtle.forward(D)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(C)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(D)
    turtle.right(90)
    turtle.forward(C)
    turtle.end_fill()

    ## next is stars

    turtle.up()

    draw_stars(D, C)

    turtle.up()

    ## This gets the turtle pen out of the way at the very end.
    turtle.hideturtle()

def draw_stars(length, height):
    row = height // 9
    row_offset = row / 2.0
    column = length // 6
    column_offset = column / 2.0

    y_position = row_offset

    for z in range(9):
        if z % 2 == 0:
            draw_starrows(6, column_offset, y_position, column)
        else:
            draw_starrows(5, column, y_position, column)

        y_position += row

def draw_starrows(star_count, x_offset, y_offset, spacing):
    x, y = X_POSITION, Y_POSITION

    turtle.color("white")

    for z in range(star_count):
        turtle.up()

        turtle.setpos(x + x_offset, y - y_offset)
        turtle.begin_fill()

        turtle.down()

        for _ in range(5):
            turtle.forward(6.154)
            turtle.left(144)

        turtle.end_fill()

        x += spacing

def draw_flag(height):
    turtle.speed("fastest")
    draw_rectangle(height * 1.9, height)

draw_flag(200)

turtle.done()
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