Mar
22
comment When to use wrapper class and primitive type
Here's a video from a Google Usergroup Meeting where this specific float vs Float topic is covered in the context of Android's animation framework, mostly regarding Garbage Collection issues youtu.be/wJYTBjMZJh0?t=11m20s This is presented by the guy working at Google on the animation framework (Chet Haase)
Mar
22
comment Java: Should I use float or Float?
Here's a video from a Google Usergroup Meeting where this specific float vs Float topic is covered in the context of Android's animation framework, mostly regarding Garbage Collection issues youtu.be/wJYTBjMZJh0?t=11m20s This is presented by the guy working at Google on the animation framework (Chet Haase)
Mar
19
comment Getting random numbers in Java
So if I take 45 as a minimum and rand.nextInt(50) returns 30, I get a value between 45 and 50? Uhm... ok...
Mar
13
comment DS18B20 Sensor not detecting
While the "havoc" statement may be a bit undefined, turning the device tree off actually fixed my problem! I don't know if I toggled that on manually some time ago, and did not reboot for some weeks until I forgot that it was that RPI which I enabled the Device Tree for, but this answer really saved my butt from doing ugly hard and software debugging.
Mar
4
accepted Call a Python function containing an asterisk with a name in the parameters
Mar
4
comment Call a Python function containing an asterisk with a name in the parameters
Ok, so I see that these are referred to as "excess positional parameters", which implies that they go before kwargs. Ahh.. Oh.. ok. Anyway, good to know that I can also "inject" some extras via *oids.
Mar
4
comment Call a Python function containing an asterisk with a name in the parameters
Thanks, that worked. Does this *args have a special name? In docs.python.org/2/tutorial/… I see that this might be referred to as "packed arguments", is that the "slang"?
Mar
4
asked Call a Python function containing an asterisk with a name in the parameters
Feb
23
awarded Nice Answer
Feb
23
awarded Famous Question
Feb
19
awarded Yearling
Feb
19
awarded Yearling
Feb
6
revised Hosting a Read the Docs-like server in-house?
fixed some code box newlines with the exception of the mavericks one
Feb
1
comment How to uninstall X Server and Desktop Manager when running as headless server?
And after apt-get autoremove: rootfs ... 41% /...
Feb
1
comment How to uninstall X Server and Desktop Manager when running as headless server?
Clean, unexpanded raspbian install, after apt-get upgrade, dist-upgrade: rootfs ... 94% /. After apt-get remove --auto-remove --purge libx11-.*: rootfs ... 51% / Excellent answer, thanks so much!
Jan
22
awarded Necromancer
Jan
8
revised Can a file system's logical structure (including symlink targets) be represented in a single lightweight file (non-binary)?
fixed sloppy formatting
Jan
3
answered Raspberry Pi wont boot until ethernet cable is connected
Dec
25
revised Can a file system's logical structure (including symlink targets) be represented in a single lightweight file (non-binary)?
fixed file extension
Dec
19
comment Android how to play video using VLC Player?
if you use setClass org.videolan.vlc.betav7neon.gui.video.VideoPlayerActivity then you can drop the mime info.
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