email – get the list of all senders in the vmail directory

I'm trying to build an email list. I want to get email addresses from an email directory (vmail /…./cur).
I use dovecote, but I think it does not matter.
Is it possible to get the whole list of the sender from a directory / cur containing about 30000 emails?

I have tried:

cat 1325153222.M840289P9721V000000000000090901I034001E2_2 , S  = 2892 : 2 , | Grep: From: & # 39; | awk & # 39; {print $ 3} & # 39;

Exit:

It would be nice if it worked on a complete directory and not on a single file.

list manipulation – Deletion of non associated dots 2d for the preparation of the remaining data as input for a geometric transformation

I have two sets of 2D data points that can be transformed one into the other using some transform function (see also this question).

The problem is that in both sets of data, there are points that do not have associated points in the other list.

data1 =
{
{33.9168, 631.006}, {48.8067, 673.198}, {3.59394, 671.167},
{64.1931, 632.506}, {58.7559, 613.401}, {5.45129, 635.602},
{40, 500}, {55.6619, 651.298}, {40, 850}, {18.1513, 671.949},
{54.6781, 598.251}, {23.5348, 608.289}, {65.0549, 531.442},
{74.4132, 479.425}, {32.9808, 671.931}, {46.4516, 750.192},
{26.9262, 650.35}, {27.1816, 413.334}, {20.3858, 633.391},
{50.9284, 770.49}, {64.1628, 670.801}, {13.1805, 652.588},
{41.4876, 650.752}, {82.9996, 514.631}, {36.0045, 612.007},
{26.4914, 548.723}, {58.3295, 458.015}, {21.557, 801.607},
{5.84689, 800.425}
};

data2 =
{
{1532.93, 536.587}, {1514.13, 789.}, {1530.22, 596.423},
{1520.66, 640.844}, {1540.5, 660.237}, {1530.03, 790.2},
{1559.17, 758.9}, {1556.15, 661.154}, {1580.39, 467.111},
{1525.63, 660.167}, {1571.44, 620.556}, {1512.62, 623.985},
{1520, 500}, {1533.79, 638.607}, {1526.88, 621.69},
{1560.9, 586.053}, {1572.13, 658.656}, {1548.37, 638.933},
{1532.8, 400.935}, {1540.44, 618.794}, {1590.15, 501.882},
{1554.5, 738.5}, {1564.73, 445.615}, {1543.06, 600.093},
{1565.69, 601.532}, {1562.55, 639.132}, {1511.34, 659.395},
{1580, 400}, {1585, 700}, {1571.9, 519.25}
};

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In the upper plots, I have marked these particular points.

Question

How can I remove these unassociated marked points and then sort the
remaining points so that the first new point of the
corrected data1 listing (data1corrected) corresponds to the new
first point of the answer data2 listing (data2correctedetc.

I would like to receive, for example, for the corrected lists:

data1corrected =
{
{21.557, 801.607}, {5.84689, 800.425}, {50.9284, 770.49},
{46.4516, 750.192}, {32.9808, 671.931}, {48.8067, 673.198},
{3.59394, 671.167}, {18.1513, 671.949}, {64.1628, 670.801},
{13.1805, 652.588}, {55.6619, 651.298}, {26.9262, 650.35},
{41.4876, 650.752}, {5.45129, 635.602}, {20.3858, 633.391},
{64.1931, 632.506}, {33.9168, 631.006}, {58.7559, 613.401},
{36.0045, 612.007}, {23.5348, 608.289}, {54.6781, 598.251},
{26.4914, 548.723}, {65.0549, 531.442}, {82.9996, 514.631},
{74.4132, 479.425}, {58.3295, 458.015}, {27.1816, 413.334}
};

data2corrected =
{
{1530.03, 790.2}, {1514.13, 789.}, {1559.17, 758.9},
{1554.5, 738.5}, {1540.5, 660.237}, {1556.15, 661.154},
{1511.34, 659.395}, {1525.63, 660.167}, {1572.13, 658.656},
{1520.66, 640.844}, {1562.55, 639.132}, {1533.79, 638.607},
{1548.37, 638.933}, {1512.62, 623.985}, {1526.88, 621.69},
{1571.44, 620.556}, {1540.44, 618.794}, {1565.69, 601.532},
{1543.06, 600.093}, {1530.22, 596.423}, {1560.9, 586.053},
{1532.93, 536.587}, {1571.9, 519.25}, {1590.15, 501.882},
{1580.39, 467.111}, {1564.73, 445.615}, {1532.8, 400.935}
};

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Then I could use the following transformation:

trafo =
TrouverGéométriqueTransformer[data2corrected, data1corrected, TransformationClass -> "Affine"];

who gives for each point {x, y} the transformation of coordinates:

trafo[[2]][{x, y}]

{1502.56 + 1.00443 x + 0.0069496y, -13.1299 - 0.00592912 x + 1.00225}

Apply this transformation to data1corrected results in:

data1correctedtransformed = trafo[[2]][data1corrected];

And finally, I can trace the transformed coordinates of data1correctedtransformed with the points of origin data2corrected:

ListPlot[{data2corrected, data1correctedtransformed}, 
 PlotRange -> {{1510, 1600}, {300, 900}}, PlotStyle -> {Blue, Green}, 
 Frame -> True, FrameLabel -> {{"y", ""}, {"x", 
    "data1correctedtransformed (Green), data2corrected (Blue)"}}, 
 BaseStyle -> {FontWeight -> "Bold", FontSize -> 15, 
   FontFamily -> "Calibri"}, ImageSize -> Large]

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appinventor – You want to remove the parenthesis from the csv list and display it in the list selector (MIT App Inventor 2)

So, as the title says, I already managed to display the csv file in the list selector, but I do not want the () to be present, I tried several things like changing the block "list to csv file text "for a" split "text to" block and it will not work, what can i do ?. ​​thanks for your help in advance and sorry for my english, im from spain.

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java – Decompose a 32-bit value in bytes for a list of arrays

I am very new to Java and its collections and I'm trying to find the "best" way to populate a ArrayList in Java. In particular, I try to take a 32-bit number, divide it into bytes and place it in the big-endian order of the list. I am not particularly interested in hyperoptimization in this case; I would prefer that the code be clean and readable.

I have some obvious problems for me, but most importantly I hate the fact that I initialize the list with dummy values ​​before updating them. But my choice seems to be this one, or adding items in the ascending order, which seems to make the extraction code bytes much more complex.

Am I missing a better solution?

public void Add32BitValue (int value) {
// Adding 4 items first to the list, so
// I can edit them so that they are in big endian
// order.
// (The code to add them directly in big endian
// order seems much more complex.)
for (int i = 0; i<4; i++) {
        list.add((byte)0);
    }

    // Now that the elements are in the arraylist, they 
    // can be set.  
    for (int i = 3; i >= 0; I--) {
list.set (list.size () + i - 4, value (byte));
value = value >> 8;
}
}

Column limit of the SharePoint list, the item does not let me change the item in the list

I have a list consisting of 27 single-line text columns, 7 multi-line text columns, 7 date and time columns and 5 person or group columns. I was really wondering why I could not edit or save the people selector values ​​or multiline text columns.

I know that it does not exceed the size of the lines. But I really did not understand why it did not allow me to change these columns.

Modify or add jQuery to display an unlimited number of entries from another search list from SharePoint Online

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Hello everyone,

I use an online message where you have a cascading list of parents / children / grandchildren using two jQuery.

Main file

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$ .fn.HillbillyCascade = function (optionsArray)
{
var Cascades = new Array ();

var NewForm = getParameterByName ("ID") == null;
SEMrush

$ .fn.HillbillyCascade.Cascade = function (parent, cascadeIndex)
{
if (cascadeIndex! = null && cascadeIndex + 1> Cascades.length)
{
return;
} else if (cascadeIndex == null) {
cascadeIndex = $ (parent) .attr ("HillbillyCascadeIndex");
}

var params = Cascades[cascadeIndex];
var parentID = $ (parent) .val ();
if (parent == null)
{
parentID = $ ("select[Title='”+params.parentFormField+”‘], select[Title=&#39;"+[Title='"+[Titre='”+[Title='”+
params.parentFormField + "Required field"]") .val ();
}
if (parentID == undefined)
{
parentID = 0;
}

child var = $ ("select[Title='”+params.childFormField+”‘], select[Title=&#39;"+[Title='"+[Titre='”+[Title='”+
params.childFormField + "Required field"], "+
"to select[Title='”+params.childFormField+” possible values’]");

var currentVal = params.currentValue;
waterfalls[cascadeIndex].currentValue = 0;

$ (child) .empty ();

var options = "";

var call = $ .ajax ({
url: _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/Web/Lists/GetByTitle(&#39;"+params.childList+
"& # 39;) / items? $ Select = Id," + params.childLookupField + "," + params.parentFieldInChildList +
"/Id&$expand="+params.parentFieldInChildList+"/Id&$filter="+params.parentFieldInChildList+
"/ Id eq" + parentID + "& $ orderby =" + params.childLookupField,
type: "GET",
dataType: "json",
headers: {
Accept: "application / json; odata = verbose"
}

});
call.done (function (data, textStatus, jqXHR) {
for (index in data.d.results)
{
options + = "";
}
$ (child) .append (options);
if (! NewForm) $ (child) .val (currentVal);
$ (). HillbillyCascade.Cascade (null, Number (cascadeIndex) +1);
});
call.fail (function (jqXHR, textStatus, errorThrown) {
alert ("Error retrieving list information:" + params.childList + jqXHR.responseText);
$ (child) .append (options);
});
}

for (index in optionsArray)
{
var thisCascade = optionsArray[index];

if (thisCascade.parentFormField! = null)
{
parent var = $ ("select[Title='”+thisCascade.parentFormField+”‘], select[Title=&#39;"+[Title='"+[Titre='”+[Title='”+
thisCascade.parentFormField + "Required field"]");

$ (parent) .attr ("HillbillyCascadeIndex", index);

$ (parent) .change (function () {
$ (). HillbillyCascade.Cascade (this, null);
});
}
thisCascade.currentValue = $ ("select[Title='”+thisCascade.childFormField+”‘], select[Title=&#39;"+[Title='"+[Titre='”+[Title='”+
thisCascade.childFormField + "Required field"], "+
"to select[Title='”+thisCascade.childFormField+” possible values’]") .val ();

Cascades.push (thisCascade);
}

$ (). HillbillyCascade.Cascade (null, 0);

function getParameterByName (key) {
key = key.replace (/[*+?^$.[]{} () | \ /]/ g, "\ $& "); // escape RegEx metacharacters
var match = location.search.match (new RegExp ("[?&]"+ key +" = ([^&]+) (& | $) "));
return match && decodeURIComponent (match[1].replace (/ + / g, ""));
}
}
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and secondary jQuery file

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< script src="https://forums.digitalpoint.com/SiteAssets/HillbillyCascade.js">

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VSSAdmin List Writers is empty

On my Windows Server 2012 R2, when running the vssadmin list writers command, it returns an empty list. So no writers at all. This seems to happen after a restart of the server. What could be the problem?