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Why does `(= (car x) 'z)` work?


Why does `(= (car x) 'z)` work?

By : Marcus Costa
Date : November 21 2020, 07:31 AM
Does that help If you have the book "ANSI Common Lisp", there is such sentence in chapter 3.3 Why Lisp Has No Pointers:
code :
arc> (= x '(a b))
(a b)


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Query tfs workitems where user is assigned work item or linked work item (in 'tree of work items')

Query tfs workitems where user is assigned work item or linked work item (in 'tree of work items')


By : user3684292
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you What you want is not possible in one single query. The filter you do on the parent and on the child will be combined to an "AND" filter operation.
To get only the parents for which you have tasks, choose the query type "Work Items and Direct Links" and in the child section add a filter on "assigned to = @me" and select the option "Only return items that have specified links".
Why do properties like NSString work without memory allocation whereas a property of UITextField doesNot work unless I a

Why do properties like NSString work without memory allocation whereas a property of UITextField doesNot work unless I a


By : Josh Junhyeok Song
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help A property is just a reference to an object and the 'space' has to come from somewhere else. The only real difference with NSString is that the space is often in the form of a literal so you don't see the allocation directly. @"Hello" is a real object that you can reference but in other cases you use [[NSString alloc] init...] constructions that are the same as [[UITextField alloc] init...] constructions.
How many local work-items are in a single work-group in case of a 2 work dimensions

How many local work-items are in a single work-group in case of a 2 work dimensions


By : user2810973
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue You are correct with your assumption that a local work-size with {4, 4} will yield 16 work-items per work-group. Here is an image showing this.
Additional info (in case you need it): The choice of dimension is strongly dependent on your actual problem, but also on memory access patterns and optimiziation potential. However most problems can be solved using 1-dimensional work-sizes (even when working with 2-dimensional data), especially if there is no involvement of neighboring values when processing elements.
Using JQuery on SharePoint. Scripts work in a Fiddle on both browsers, but doesn't work on page in IE

Using JQuery on SharePoint. Scripts work in a Fiddle on both browsers, but doesn't work on page in IE


By : Chris Dunigan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Using SharePoint 2010 on-prem. Loading up some JS in a content editor webpart to show some data when a button is clicked. After my first attempt I had it working in Chrome but nothing would happen in IE. It's a simple removeClass function and it is working on my fiddle in both browsers: https://jsfiddle.net/1kqhmL2j/1/ I have had issues using show/hide in the past which is why I'm using a Display: none class. Everything is !important because SharePoint. , Using an earlier version of JQuery solved it - sorry folks
How to add extra work items in order to make global work size a multiple of the local work size

How to add extra work items in order to make global work size a multiple of the local work size


By : Animesh kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further It is a standard approach to round-up the global work size to a multiple of local work size. In this case, we have to add bound checks inside the kernel to make sure only those work items perform computation which fall inside the valid data range. It can be done by specifying the actual data size as a kernel parameter and comparing it with the global index of work item. An example kernel will look like this:
code :
__kernel void example_kernel(__global int* input, __global int* output, int dataSize)
{
    int index = get_global_id(0);

    if (index < dataSize)
    {
        /*
        rest of the kernel...
        */
    }
}
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