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comment Placing two nodes by relative positioning in TikZ
@user4514 Do you mean, changing below by above in the code?
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awarded Notable Question
Jun
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awarded Necromancer
Jun
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comment IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Thank you! Apparently this behaviour was introduced in Jun 6, 2014 (https://code.google.com/p/googleappengine/issues/detail?id=9173) and this is why this other question from 2013 only hit this problem for large integers (indeed, it looks like it was this question by Alex which caused the "fix" which caused my problem). The circle is closed :-)
Jun
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accepted IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Jun
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revised IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Example of APIs returning properly encoded json
Jun
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revised IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Tested also in GAE cloud
Jun
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comment IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
Really? But... why? Having to convert again those strings into integers at the javascript end is clumsy. Why integers (at least small integers) cannot be sent as numbers? JSON spec has a "number" type.
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asked IntegerField() is converted to string in JSON for any number
May
28
answered Generic title command used to insert a pdf or text specified as key value
May
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comment Connectivity Maps: A way to implement this efficiently with LaTeX?
Latest version of tikz can do that kind of things with the help of graphdrawing library (requires lualatex to compile because the hard computations for automatically placing nodes and edges are made by lua)
May
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awarded Commentator
May
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comment Sending data to multiple clients
your variable all_clients is local, and hence there is one (different) copy for each trhead. So in each copy there is a single conn socket in that list. You need to make that list global, but then you have to deal with the concurrent access to the same list from different trheads. Better to use a Queue instead.
May
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comment Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
@hakoja I don't see that shift in my example image... Perhaps it is due to some "invisible" space in the source code, such as a newline at the end of a environment, which TeX translates into a space. Note that ending a line with a % the newline is "commented out", and then that space will not appear.
May
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answered Wrap a few lines of Algorithmic in a box
Apr
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answered How to draw this simple box diagram with Tikz
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awarded Revival
Mar
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answered tikz picture inside main code or include tikz output
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