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sajjadmurtaza / basic_router.jsx
Created Oct 27, 2020 — forked from siakaramalegos/basic_router.jsx
Basic example of React Router: BrowserRouter, Link, Route, and Switch
View basic_router.jsx
// BrowserRouter is the router implementation for HTML5 browsers (vs Native).
// Link is your replacement for anchor tags.
// Route is the conditionally shown component based on matching a path to a URL.
// Switch returns only the first matching route rather than all matching routes.
import {
BrowserRouter as Router,
} from 'react-router-dom';
View find_final_one.rb
def find_final_one(list, g)
count = 0
last_precision = 0
last_recall = 0
target = []
list.each do |list|
count = (count + { |g| list == g }.count).to_f
precision, recall = (count/list.count.to_f).to_f, (count/10).to_f
target << list if precision >= last_precision and recall >= last_recall
View schema_matching.rb
def schema_matching(imdb, rt, g)
list = []
imdb.each do |imdb_column_name|
d = 999
rt.each do |rt_column_name|
distance = (0..rt_column_name.length).select { |k| imdb_column_name[k] != rt_column_name[k] }.count
distance = distance + (imdb_column_name.length-rt_column_name.length).abs if imdb_column_name.length != rt_column_name.length
list << ["imdb.#{imdb_column_name}", "rt.#{rt_column_name}"] if distance <= imdb_column_name.length/2 and distance < d
View di_schema_machining_algo_implementation.rb
imdb = ["Id", "Name", "YearRange", "ReleaseDate", "Director", "Creator", "Cast", "Duration", "RatingValue", "ContentRating", "Genre", "Url", "Description"]
rt = ["Id", "Name", "Year", "ReleaseDate", "Director", "Creator", "Actors", "Cast", "Language", "Country", "Duration", "RatingValue", "RatingCount", "ReviewCount", "Genre", "FilmingLocations", "Description"]
g = [["imdb.Name", "rt.Name"],["imdb.YearRange", "rt.Year"],["imdb.ReleaseDate", "rt.ReleaseDate"],["imdb.Director", "rt.Director"],["imdb.Creator", "rt.Creator"],
["imdb.Cast", "rt.Cast"],["imdb.Duration", "rt.Duration"],["imdb.RatingValue", "rt.RatingValue"],["imdb.Genre", "rt.Genre"],["imdb.Description", "rt.Description"]]
list = []
target = []
imdb.each do |imdb_column_name|
sajjadmurtaza / included_resource_params.rb
Last active Jun 29, 2017
TrustYou - Ruby Developer Screening
View included_resource_params.rb
##____________ Soultion Description _________________
## ruby 2.4
## Just download or copy the code and run following command to test it.
## ruby included_resource_params.rb
## ____________ Task Description _______________________________________
# The IncludedResourceParams class is responsible for parsing a string containing
# a comma separated list of associated resources to include with a request. See
# for additional details although
sajjadmurtaza / gist:ff0e472b02f8dd7e486f
Last active Jan 26, 2016
Component is not injecting in index.html file using grunt-wiredep
View gist:ff0e472b02f8dd7e486f
"name": "dc-customer-portal-spa",
"authors": [
"Sajjad Murtaza <myemail>"
"description": "",
"main": "",
View gist:d2599d240d8bf5e2bc89

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