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answered IPython: Adding Javascript scripts to IPython notebook
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comment Sorting list based on values from another list?
Somedays I wish I was a list of strings too...
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comment LEFT JOIN and MAX
@FirebladeDan correct, but neither is t1 in his example. A LEFT JOIN will return all rows in the left table (t1), so something else is removing row t1.id=2 from the result set.
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comment LEFT JOIN and MAX
@FirebladeDan the row he's missing is part of t1 though...
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comment RUN and display cmd using -- java
More time than what?
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awarded Custodian
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reviewed Should Be Improved How to copy files with one extension to another extension
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reviewed Should Be Improved difference between lamp instance and traditional php web app on google-app engine
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answered Python integer to hexadecimal extra characters
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comment Getmethod Mokito java mock
Are you able to add a comment to the line that is throwing the NPE?
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comment Getmethod Mokito java mock
As an aside, (if possible), you may want to drop the initMocks() in favour or the MockitoJUnitRunner: stackoverflow.com/questions/10806345/…
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comment Maven is skipping unit tests
Does your IDE recognize them as tests? Have you missed the @Test annotations?
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comment What happens when you call IPython with the `--matplotlib` command-line argument?
Thanks Tom, although I think something additional is happening as I still see the performance issues after using plt.ion(). In my first example, the figure is never displayed as I don't call plt.show(). I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough originally, but by 'unresponsive' I meant each keystroke takes about 1/4 second to appear, rather than simply blocking input.
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asked What happens when you call IPython with the `--matplotlib` command-line argument?
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awarded Nice Question
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comment BST find() method only gives true when node is found
@user3683131 no problem. I've moved my comment to an answer. Please mark it as correct (after time limit) if it solved your problem.
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comment BST find() method only gives true when node is found
@ChthonicProject moved to answers.
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answered BST find() method only gives true when node is found
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comment BST find() method only gives true when node is found
You are converting your BST to a circular doubly linked list before you call find(). By definition this will go on forever searching (if the node doesn't exist) unless you mark nodes you've visited.
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revised Why do the same values get put into my LinkedHashMap Array?
rephrasing
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