Combine find and jar -xvf?

We know how to combine find and tar cvf. How to combine each file using -exec on find with a command like jar -xvf? The use case is, I need to find specific jar files (e.g. -type f foo*.jar) in a folder and then extract specific entries from each...
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2017-02-14 21:02 (2) Answers

String find, replace, and append algorithm in C++

I need to use getline(infile, aSentence) on 4 different sentences in a file and store them as strings. Then, I have to create an algorithm to move the first letter of every word to the last letter, then append "ay" the the word. For example: "you ma...
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2017-02-14 08:02 (0) Answers

LUA: Find and return string in double quotes

I try to find a string in a HTML-Body, the string looks like var version="1,1,0,0"; and i only want to extract the content between the double quotes. I have tried it with local version = string.match(response.body, ".version.") return version ...
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2017-02-13 15:02 (1) Answers

String/Text matching from two lists in R

I am new to this site and programming. So please correct me if I am wrong. I have two lists. List A and list B. I would like to match List A with List B. Both the list consist of 2,000 entries. I am just taking 3 entries to illustrate my requirement....
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2017-02-13 11:02 (0) Answers

jQuery .find() inside .each() not working

Currently I'm stuck in a very basic jQuery problem. I think there's something I do not understand about jquery's .each(). So this is my code: $('.test-list .test-item').each(() => { console.log($(this).find('.test-paragraph').text()...
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2017-02-12 16:02 (1) Answers

Sanitize $PATH for find -execdir

find -execdir is recommended over -exec, which the manual says has unavoidable security issues, and lists in the bugs section. man find says regarding -execdir: If you use this option, you must ensure that your $PATH environme...
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2017-02-12 09:02 (1) Answers

Using the find algorithm

I have an assignment that I am working on that has the function outline provided. I am supposed to return the position of the found item if it is found or -1 if not. Here is that outline code: int linearSearch( const vector<int>& inputVec,...
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2017-02-12 03:02 (1) Answers

BAT Find text in line > Replace all line

I have a problem with the bat. @echo off setlocal enableextensions disabledelayedexpansion set "search=time_upper_limit:" set "replace=time_upper_limit: 9999999" set "textFile=game.sii" for /f "delims=" %%i in ('type "%textFile%" ^& break ^&g...
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2017-02-11 14:02 (2) Answers

find in Rails4 not behaving as expected

I am upgrading my app from rails3 to rails4. In friendship.controller.rb I have the line @friend = User.find(params[:friend_id]) Surely this should identify the friend with an id corresponding to the value of friend_id in the friendships table. It r...
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2017-02-09 12:02 (1) Answers

macOS Sierra 10.12.2 mv: No such file or directory

I'm trying to rename a bunch of files and folders with a script, recursively. This is the bash script #!/bin/bash TMP="NEW" cd tmp find . -depth \( -type f -o -type d \) -name "*tmp*" \ -execdir env "NEW_NAME=$TMP" bash -c \ 'for file do mv -- "$f...
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2017-02-08 12:02 (0) Answers

mongoose.model.find(callback) - How does it work?

I have been searching this, but could not understand. I have an app on node.js to access the MongoDB data using mongoose. //contents of book.js var Book = module.exports = mongoose.model('Books',genreSchema) Book.getBooks = function(call,limit){ ...
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2017-02-08 00:02 (1) Answers

C# control.find explanation

so i have been using the control.find for a while now, and it works like a charm. I like to understand the things that i use. Control txt = this.Controls.Find(x + "_" + y + "_" + z, true)[0] as TextBox; txt.Text = string.Empty; The above is an exa...
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2017-02-07 10:02 (2) Answers

Get the original query object in Mongoose

I have a loop to perform multiple queries through Mongoose "use strict"; var Mongoose = require("mongoose"); var User = Mongoose.model("User"); var Cache = {}; for (var index=0; index<usernames.length; index++) { var query = { ...
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2017-02-07 06:02 (1) Answers