## What are vertical tabs?

cat -A file

Create a vertical table and paste its code using the command above.
I could not do it in vim and seen unexpected in the visuals unlike the horizontal tables.

How could a table be vertical?

What does a vertical table look like in vim?

## Have you ever worked with a vertical view window as webmasters? Or only with a horizontal?

Have you ever worked with a vertical view window as webmasters? Or only with a horizontal?

All the CSS literature that I read is lit (horizontal view); is vertical visualization even an element of Web design (whether for native applications for smartphones or for browser applications)?

## vertical strips on sony ar7ii (some pictures)

Recently, I bought a Sony AR7ii and did about 2k photos with it.
works fine, but sometimes I see these black stripes.

I have no idea what causes it and how to avoid it. any idea would be appreciated!

## calcul – Vertical tangent folium of Descartes

So, for the folium of descartes, there is a horizontal and vertical tagnet at $$(0,0)$$.

Using a parametric equation, $$x = 3t / (1 + t ^ 3)$$ and $$y = 3t ^ 2 / (1 + t ^ 3)$$.

Asymptotic horizontal I understand. But vertical asymptote?

There is a vertical asymptote, when $$dx / dt = 0$$but $$dx / dt$$ is equal to $$0$$ only when $$t = (1/2) ^. 333$$. This gives another point where a vertical asymptote is present.

So, how can I calculate that there is a vertical asymptote at (0,0) using these parametric equations?

## Algorithmic Geometry – Need to describe an algorithm able to find the number of intervals that intersects a vertical segment Q in O (logn) ^ c

as soon as you have a set of intervals S (represented by the coordinates x1 and x2 and hight y), you have to find the number of intersecting intervals with a vertical segment Q (the one represented by X & y1 for the beginning and y2 for the end) in O (logn) ^ c (c is constants) complexity of time and O (nlogn) complexity of memory. ideas?

I first tried to find all intersections with point x using 2 tables (one sorted by starting point and the other by an endpoint) – takes O (logn) and find all the intervals in the range of y1-y2 with the help of a binary search but that takes me O (log h + k) (k – is the number of intervals in the range), so in the worst case, it can take up to O (n) time if the range contains all the intervals.

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## Vertical Videos vs. Horizontal Videos

What differentiates use cases for both formats is what allows one trend to be in one situation and to collapse into another. Is there a guide or a case study that can help me understand in which situations I should use and not use the formats?

## css3 – Problem with the vertical menu css and html5

It has happened to comment, I made a vertical menu, it works fine, the problem is that it is corrected, what I want, but when the previous items pass, they disappear. I know the overflow scrolls, but I have another button to open the menu that I can not get, and if I scroll I go, I need the menu to scroll without losing the button or the fixed menu. I explain myself. Here is the html

and that's the css

position: fixed;
height: 100%;
width: 10rem;
background color: black;
z-index: 1000;
left: -10rem;

}

list style: none;
left margin: -3rem;
}

position: relative;
upper margin: 10%;
overflow-y: visible;
}

position: absolute! important;
height: 2rem! important;
width: 10rem! important;
left margin: 60%! important;
margin-top: 20rem! important;
transform: rotate (90deg)! important;
-webkit-transform: rotation (90deg);
-moz-transform: rotation (90deg);
-ms-transform: rotation (90deg);
-o-transform: rotate (90deg);
}

I hope you can give me a hand.

## Field of View – How to find the horizontal and vertical FOV according to the image sensor resolution and focal length?

I have a camera with an image sensor of 1280 pixels x 1024 pixels with a physical resolution of 15 pixels / mm and a focal length of 50 mm. If I want to find the horizontal and vertical field of view in degrees, is this the correct method?

1280pixels / (15pixels / mm) = 85.33mm

1024pixels / (15pixels / mm) = 68.27mm

Horizontal FOV = 2 * arctan * (h / (2 * f))

Vertical FOV = 2 * arctan * (v / (2 * f))

80.9 ° = 2 * arctan * (85.33 / (2 * 50))

68.7 ° = 2 * arctan * (68.27 / (2 * 50))

I've also heard that the best solution is to use similar triangles with the physical resolution and the size of the sensor, but I do not know how to proceed.

## plotter – Vertical ranges of column plots in 12

Version 12 includes a new Layout-> Column option for ListPlot that aligns multiple parcels so that they share a single horizontal axis. It seemed really helpful at first. But the data thus compared may have very different vertical scales.

It seems that the new feature always sets the same value for PlotRange:

d1 = table[{x, .1 Sin[x]}, {x, 0, 3 Pi, Pi / 9}

;

d2 = table[{x, Cos[x]}, {x, 0, 4 Pi, Pi / 7}];

ListLinePlot[{d1, d2}, PlotLayout -> "Column",
InterpolationOrder -> 2, GridLines -> Automatic,
PlotRange -> Automatic]

I've tried what makes sense to set the ranges separately:

ListLinePlot[{d1, d2}, PlotLayout -> "Column",
InterpolationOrder -> 2, GridLines -> Automatic,
PlotRange -> {{Automatic, Automatic}, {Automatic, Automatic}}]

ListLinePlot[{d1, d2}, PlotLayout -> "Column",
InterpolationOrder -> 2, GridLines -> Automatic,
PlotRange -> {{Automatic, {-.1, .1}}, {Automatic, {-1, 1}}}]

But neither one nor the other works. The first gives the same result and the second generates an error. Does anyone have a glimpse of that?