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[Solved] Is it possible to create a plain text file in android?

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the_velour_fog Asks: Is it possible to create a plain text file in android?
I see lots of apps that can create "files that contain text", but the files are in their own proprietary format. I would like to create a plain text file so that if the file is transferred to a computer, it could be opened using a common text editor, like notepad or gedit etc.
Is this possible?

device

  • Samsung galaxy note 2
  • running android 4.4.2

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[Solved] Get Particular Text only Need to Print

Balaji Asks: Get Particular Text only Need to Print
I have more content text in my XML and i have need to print particular content text only. How to do?

My MWE is:

Code:
documentclass{book}
usepackage{luacode}

begin{document}

begin{luacode*}
local domobject = require "luaxml-domobject"
local transform = require "luaxml-transform"
sample = [[
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE article PUBLIC "-//NLM//DTD Journal Publishing DTD v2.3 20070202//EN" "journalpublishing.dtd">
<article article-type="research-article" dtd-version="2.3" xml:lang="EN" xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">
<front>
<title-group>
<article-title>Eulerian Phase Transport</article-title>
<alt-title>Eulerian Phase Transport</alt-title>
</title-group>
<contrib-group>
<contrib contrib-type="author"><name><surname>Bonc</surname><given-names>Drea</given-names></name></contrib>
</contrib-group>
<history>
<received>20 June 2010</received>
<accepted>15 July 2010</accepted>
</history>
</front></article>]]
local dom = domobject.parse(sample)

local get_content = function(e)
    local authors = {}
        for _, contrib in ipairs(e:query_selector("contrib")) do
            local elink = contrib:query_selector("ext-link")
                if not(elink[1] == nil) then
                    orcid=elink[1]:get_text()
                    local fnm = (contrib:query_selector("name given-names")[1]):get_text() or ""
                    local snm = (contrib:query_selector("name surname")[1]):get_text() or ""
                    table.insert(authors, string.format("\author{%s %s}\ \aff{%s}", fnm, snm, orcid))
                end
        end
    return table.concat(authors, "")
end


local converted = transform.process_dom(dom)
print(converted)
transform.print_tex(converted)


end{luacode*}
end{document}

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[Solved] Order resultset by configured value and then list all the rest

MarkW Asks: Order resultset by configured value and then list all the rest
I want to list jobs (jobs are custom post types) in country order. The country to prioritise in the resultset is defined by the user in the WP CMS. With the configured country being listed first I then want to control the ordering of the remaining rows.

e.g. if they select ‘gb’ I want the resultset to look something like this:

Code:
gb 
gb 
au 
es 
fr 
sw 
sw

I need to use pre_get_posts to achieve this. Hopefully that all makes sense.

Here is what I have just now. I’ve hard-coded the key/value for readability rather than display the CMS classes / values.

Code:
        add_action(
            'pre_get_posts',
            function(WP_Query $query) {
                if ($query->is_main_query()) {
                    $country_order = array(
                        'meta_query' => array(
                            array (
                                'key' => 'job_country',
                                'value' => 'gb',
                                'compare' => '=' 
                            )
                        )
                    );
                    $query->set('meta_query', $country_order);
                }
            }
        );

This returns only ‘gb’ and none of the others and I’m a bit stuck as to where to go from here. Any help will be much appreciated.

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[Solved] Filter taxonomy by CPT

Nando Merino Asks: Filter taxonomy by CPT
I have the following code that shows all the categories within the “category” taxonomy, it works perfectly but I need to filter so that it shows only the categories of a certain type of CPT

Code:
function show_categories_opos() {
 $args = array(
           'taxonomy' => 'especialidad-oposicion',
           'orderby' => 'name',
           'order'   => 'ASC'
       );

$cats = get_categories($args);

?>
<div id="convocatorias">
<?php
foreach($cats as $cat) {
$category_link = sprintf( 
    '<a href="%1$s" alt="%2$s">Ver más <i class="fas fa-angle-right"></i></a>',
    esc_url( get_category_link( $cat->term_id ) ),
    esc_attr( sprintf( __( 'View all posts in %s', 'textdomain' ), $cat->name ) )
);
?>
<div class="fila"><div class="columna"><?php echo $cat->name; ?></div><div class="columna"><?php echo $category_link; ?></div></div>
 <?php
 }
 ?>
 </div>
 <?php
 }

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[Solved] Reading shapefile using C#? [closed]

DevRaj Asks: Reading shapefile using C#? [closed]
I am new to ArcGIS and trying a few things..

  1. I’m trying to read shapefile (which is supplied as an input) using C# and

  2. I want to generate a PDF file which contains underlying metadata information (similar to the Identify tool) ?

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[Solved] Calculating length of common boundary lines of two polygon in QGIS

user3289662 Asks: Calculating length of common boundary lines of two polygon in QGIS
I have a map consisting various district. How can I estimate the length of the common boundary shared by any two corresponding districts/polygons in QGIS?

For example if a polygon “A” shares a common boundary with polygons, “B”, “C” and “D”. Then what would be the length of the boundary between polygon “A-B”, “A-C” and “A-D”?

I have calculated the neighboring polygon using the following in field calculator

Code:
aggregate( 
  layer:='file_districts',
  aggregate:='concatenate',
  expression:= DIST_ID,
  concatenator:=', ',
  filter:=touches($geometry, geometry(@parent))
)

Now i want to estimate the length of each of the neighbor polygon.


example

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[Solved] Change QGIS 3 shortcut keys for layout view / print composer

Comrade Che Asks: Change QGIS 3 shortcut keys for layout view / print composer
I wanted to change the keyboard shortcuts in the QGIS 3 layout view / print composer, but I cannot find any buttons from this section, for example: “New layout – Ctrl + N”.

How to change it?


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[Solved] Joining and Updating PostGIS data using QGIS

Jamie Asks: Joining and Updating PostGIS data using QGIS
I have a PostGIS database with which I am currently using QGIS to manage the layers. Say I have a layer in PostGIS that I want to do a join to to add new data in. Is it possible to do this join in-situ without having to download the layer locally, do the join and re-upload the layer, overwriting the previous one?

If this isn’t possible, is the best alternative to write a script to handle the downloading, joining and re-uploading all together?

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[Solved] Mask raster with bounding box from a different CRS

Erik Asks: Mask raster with bounding box from a different CRS
My apologies if this question has been asked before; but I could not find my specific question answered elsewhere.

I define a bounding box with bounds (xmin,xmax, ymin, ymax) in a rotated lon/lat system. If I’d supersample the points along this bounding box and transform the coordinates to a regular WGS84 system, it becomes clear (as you would expect for a rotated grid) that the bounding box ceases to be a box, and instead takes on a curved form in the other CRS:


rotated grid

Now my problem is the following: I want to mask (e.g., with rasterio) a dataset (given in regular lon/lat coordinates) with my given bounding box (given in rotated lon/lat coordinates).

A simple, but wrong, solution is to transform the bounding box coordinates to the regular lon/lat coordinates; as rasterio will then assume a straight line between the points of the polygon, i.e., it will mask following the red lines in the image below. So, the following is not the desired behavior (corner points are preserved correctly, edges are straight but should be curved!):


rotated grid wrong cut

One solution is to reproject my entire dataset into the rotated coordinate system. This is, however, not really the cheapest operation (for something I’ll have to do many times over, and want to make reasonably interactive). Another solution is to do as written above, i.e., supersample the points along the bounding box, transform each of those points to the other CRS, and mask along the supersampled bounding box points. This can also get quite expensive, and it’s hard to define when the curved cells are appropriately captured by the supersampling.

So I wonder if another clean solution exists.

BTW, the standard cropping/masking code is this

Code:
import rasterio
from rasterio.mask import mask

IMAGE_path = '....tif'
POL = ...
with rasterio.open(IMAGE_path) as src:
    cropped_image, _ = mask(src, 
                            POL, 
                            nodata=0,
                            crop=True,
                            all_touched=True)
    return cropped_image

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[Solved] Mode Spatial Filter

N. Ahmadi sani Asks: Mode Spatial Filter
I want to run a Mode filter (for example: 3*3 pixel) on the classification result in Google Earth Engine. But I can not find the command of this filter.

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[Solved] Advice needed for replacing old ER3055 transistor

Mike Stumpf Asks: Advice needed for replacing old ER3055 transistor
I have a transistor in a guitar amp with the label ER3055 that needs to be replaced. I asked about another transistor that I needed to replace in a post a few days ago here and I tried using NTE to find a replacement. What I found was that, while nobody seems to have a replacement for “ER3055”, there are replacements for “3055” or “2N3055”. Is the “ER” prefix something like a manufacturer code (for an extinct brand) or is this something that is crucial to the transistor specs? The specs I found for 2N3055 here seem to match up with with the other transistors in the amp so I think that the “ER” is not necessary but I wanted to check with other people first.

Thanks

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