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wspeirs / waterfall.cpp
Created Jul 3, 2020
Waterfall from QwtPlotSpectrogram
View waterfall.cpp
#include <qwt_color_map.h>
#include <qwt_matrix_raster_data.h>
#include <boost/circular_buffer.hpp>
#include <QtCore/QMutex>
#include "waterfall.h"
using boost::circular_buffer;
using std::make_shared;
View CMakeLists.txt
cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.8.0)
# Project info
project(sdhr)
set(${PROJECT_NAME}_MAJOR "0")
set(${PROJECT_NAME}_MINOR "0")
set(${PROJECT_NAME}_PATCH "1")
set(VERSION "${${PROJECT_NAME}_MAJOR}.${${PROJECT_NAME}_MINOR}.${${PROJECT_NAME}_PATCH}")
set(CMAKE_CXX_STANDARD 11)
View simple shell scripting
const x:num = 123.456; // this is a constant that never changes
const y:str = "hello world"; // constant string literal
var a:str = "hello"; // create a string variable, and assign to string literal
var b:num = 23.4; // create a number variable, and assign number
var c:str[] = ["hello", "world"]; // create an array variable, assign literal
CWD = "/path/to/current/directory"; // CWD is a special variable that can be set or read, and represents the current working directory
print(ARG[0]); // ARG is a spcecial variable that can only be read; it is a str[]. The first argument (zero index) is the first argument passed to the script.
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wspeirs / qt_logging.cpp
Created Apr 11, 2019
Example of how to use logging in QT
View qt_logging.cpp
#include "mainwindow.h"
#include <QApplication>
#include <QFile>
#include <QDebug>
#include <QLoggingCategory>
Q_LOGGING_CATEGORY(fcIo, "fc.io")
View lib.rs
let mut wal_file = try!(OpenOptions::new().read(true).write(true).create(true).open(tree_file_path.to_owned() + ".wal"));
// if we have a WAL file, just replay it into the mem_tree
if try!(wal_file.metadata()).len() != 0 {
let mut buff = vec![0; node_size];
while true {
match wal_file.read_exact(&mut buff) {
Ok(_) => {
let k = try!(decode(&buff[0..max_key_size]));
View dbutils_ex4.java
QueryRunner runner = new QueryRunner(dataSource);
// Use the BeanListHandler implementation to convert all
// ResultSet rows into a List of Person JavaBeans.
ResultSetHandler<List<Person>> handler = new BeanListHandler<Person>(Person.class);
// Execute the SQL statement and return the results in a List of
// Person objects generated by the BeanListHandler.
List<Person> persons = runner.query("SELECT * FROM Person").execute(handler);
View dbutils_ex2.java
QueryRunner runner = new QueryRunner(dataSource);
try
{
// Execute the SQL insert statement
runner.insert("INSERT INTO Person (name,height) VALUES (:name,:height)")
.bind("name", "John Doe")
.bind("height", 1.82)
.execute();
// Now it's time to rise to the occation...
View dbutils_ex3.java
AsyncExecutor asyncRun = new AsyncExecutor(Executors.newFixedThreadPool(5));
try
{
// Setup the UpdateExecutor
UpdateExecutor executor = runner.update("UPDATE Person SET height=:height WHERE name=:name")
.bind(":height", 2.05)
.bind("name", "John Doe");
// Returns a Future for the update call
View dbutils_ex1.java
// Use a ResultSetHandler implementation, ArrayHandler, to convert the
// first row into an Object[].
ResultSetHandler<Object[]> handler = new ArrayHandler();
// Create a QueryRunner that will use connections from
// the given DataSource
QueryRunner runner = new QueryRunner(dataSource);
// Generate a QueryExecutor for the query
QueryExecutor executor = runner.query("SELECT * FROM Person WHERE first_name=:first_name and last_name = :last_name");
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wspeirs / SimpleStatistics.java
Created Nov 13, 2013
Simple statistics using commons-math3
View SimpleStatistics.java
final DescriptiveStatistics descriptiveStats = new DescriptiveStatistics(); // stores values
final SummaryStatistics summaryStats = new SummaryStatistics(); // doesn't store values
final Frequency frequency = new Frequency();
// add numbers into our stats
for(int i=0; i < NUM_VALUES; ++i) {
values[i] = rng.nextInt(MAX_VALUE);
descriptiveStats.addValue(values[i]);
summaryStats.addValue(values[i]);
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