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Haroon Rashid Asks: Auto-populate Data Extension fields
Is there any way to auto-populate data extension fields when creating a data extension? Occasionally we have over 60 fields and it is time-consuming.

Is there any way to quicken the process?

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Code:
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#[[1]]
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#[[2]]
#[1] NA NA

#[[3]]
#[1] NA NA

#[[4]]
#[1] NA NA

#[[5]]
#[1] NA NA

#[[6]]
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When I run

Code:
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#[[1]]
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I think 289805 is a subset of 289800:289805.

I expect the foreach function to take 289800, 289801, 289802, 289803, 289804, 289805 one after the other for i in set.see(i)

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        else:
            break
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    maxLen = 0
    for elem in arr:
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            maxLen = len(elem)
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    else:
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            for char in Extension:
                fileExtensionFormatted += "[" + char + "]"
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        for filePath in filePaths:
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    format = "%(asctime)s: %(message)s"
    logging.basicConfig(format=format, level=logging.INFO,
                        datefmt="%H:%M:%S")
    if len(sys.argv[1:]) < 1:

        mode = int('1')
        password = str()

        if mode == 1:
            password = '123'

        if mode == 1:
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menu()

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[Solved] Annimating Histograms with plotly

ralmond Asks: Annimating Histograms with plotly
I’m trying to create an animated demonstration of the Law of Large Numbers, where I want to show the histogram converging to the density as the sample size increase.

I can do this with R shiny, putting a slider on the sample size, but when I try to set up a plotly animation using the sample size as the frame, I get an error deep in the bowels of ggploty. Here is the sample code:

Code:
library(tidyverse)
library(plotly)
x*x*x*x <- rnorm(200)
plotdat <- bind_rows(lapply(25:200, function(i)   data.frame(x=x*x*x*x[1:i],f=i)))
hplot <- ggplot(plotdat,aes(x,frame=f)) + geom_histogram(binwidth=.25)
ggplotly(hplot)

The last line returns the error. Error in -data$group : invalid argument to unary operator.

I’m not sure where it is suppose to be getting data$group (this value has been magically set for me in other invocations of ggplotly).

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[Solved] How to bind a variable in a snowflake create schema

RMC_DEV Asks: How to bind a variable in a snowflake create schema
I have a simple sql code I want to execute in my stored procedure
I am trying to bind the name of a schema but I am struggling to make it work
Below is my code

Code:
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE DATABASE.SCHEMA."CREATE_SCHEMA"("SCHNAME" VARCHAR(16777216))
RETURNS VARCHAR(16777216)
LANGUAGE JAVASCRIPT
COMMENT='Creates roles for new schemas'
EXECUTE AS CALLER
AS 
$$

    var sqlCode = "CREATE SCHEMA ?";  
    var statement = snowflake.createStatement({sqlText:sqlCode,binds:[SCHNAME]});  
    var result_set = statement.execute(); 

$$

When I bind variables in a select query for example, it works but I don’t know how to do it
in a statement above like CREATE
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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