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Combine delegates and bindings as data source, highlight a index


Combine delegates and bindings as data source, highlight a index

By : MrxdD
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
around this issue You can add a binding to an array of plot symbols using the binding identifier CPTScatterPlotBindingPlotSymbols. This array should be the same size as your data arrays. If you don't want a symbol at a particular index, insert [NSNull null] in the array instead of a plot symbol.
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updating a data source for WPF UI bindings

updating a data source for WPF UI bindings


By : Alexg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. It depends on how the UI elements are bound to the configuration object. If they are going through a separate property containing the object (such as binding to Configuration.ConfigParam, where Configuration is a property of your DataContext object), then setting a new value to Configuration will work as long as either Configuration is a DependencyProperty or the class containing the Configuration property implements INotifyPropertyChanged for the Configuration property.
Opens Source Parser for Generating Data Bindings from C?

Opens Source Parser for Generating Data Bindings from C?


By : Joost van Beek
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Is there an Data Binding Parser/Generator of C header files (and/or Java jars) to generate [maybe] XML Data Binding for use/importing (or generating wrappers) into "other" languages? (eg python, Haskell, Go! and others) This parser would used for cut down: , Quote:
Game control bindings dictionary with delegates

Game control bindings dictionary with delegates


By : Arsenio Dev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The key concept here is, using the delegation, you'e just pointing to a method which accepts an input parameter, so it won't work like what you've written in your code, the parameter should be passed during invocation! So as a workaround you can write st. like this:
code :
internal class Input : IInput
{
  private readonly IDictionary<Keys, Tuple<Action<Directions>, Directions>> keyBindings;
  public void BindKey( Keys key, Tuple<Action<Directions>, Directions> action)
  {
    keyBindings.Add( key, action );
  }

  public void Process()
  {
    // update keyboard state...            

    foreach ( var binding in keyBindings )
    {
        if ( keyboard.IsKeyDown( binding.Key )
        {
            binding.Value.Item1(binding.Value.Item2);
        }
    }
  }
}
input.BindKey(Keys.W, Tuple.Create<Action<Directions>, Directions>(Move, Directions.Up));
input.BindKey(Keys.W, () => Move(Directions.Up));
In d3.js, how can I preserve index i (or coerce / force group index j use in it's place) in data bindings subject to nes

In d3.js, how can I preserve index i (or coerce / force group index j use in it's place) in data bindings subject to nes


By : patriciamazere
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Hard to believe, but in total it's taken me two weeks to find the answer: the so-called descendent combinator "A B".
The description provided just enough of a hint to warrant a test..
code :
d3.selectAll(".parent_class .child_class");
How to combine two data frames with date index, current date index of first data frame should get values of next index o

How to combine two data frames with date index, current date index of first data frame should get values of next index o


By : fondifond
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I have two data frames df1 and df2 both with date index, how can i combine the two data frames such that, current date index of df1 should get values of next index of df2. , IIUC
code :
pd.concat([df1,df2.shift(-1)],axis=1)
Out[219]: 
            col1  col2
2017-12-31   100   2.0
2018-03-31   200   3.0
2018-06-30   300   4.0
2018-09-30   400   5.0
2018-12-31   500   NaN
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