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A/B testing is a method of comparing two versions of a web page or app to determine which one performs better. It is a powerful tool for optimizing websites and apps, as it allows businesses to make data-driven decisions about the design and functionality of their online platforms. With A/B …

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Lexicographic algorithm I'm trying to make this algorithm work, but it keeps telling me that my declaration array is not correct because it needs to have a constant value. Array declaration can be found in the main #include<iostream> #include<array> using namespace std; void nextPermutation(char* v, int n) { //function declaration …

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will you kindly tell me how to make Instagram bots, Instagram bot followers? What is the step-by-step approach of it with programming? I want to make it by myself.

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## Introduction ## This tutorial explains how to perform multiple-label text classification using the [Hugging Face](https://huggingface.co/) transformers library. Hugging Face library implements advanced transformer architectures, proven to be state-of-the-art for various natural language processing tasks, including text classification. Hugging Face library provides trainable transformer models in three flavors: 1. Via …

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## Introduction ## In this tutorial, you will see how to convert the text in CSV file columns to other languages using the [DeepL API](https://www.deepl.com/translator) in the Python programing language. DeepL is one of the most popular and accurate text translation platforms. DeepL, as the name suggests, incorporates advanced deep …

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## Introduction ## I was working on a problem where I had to scrape tweets related to the T20 Cricket World Cup 2022, which is currently taking place in Australia. I wanted tweets containing location names (cities) and the keyword “T20”. In the response, I want the user names of …

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**Numerologists claim to be able to determine a person's character traits based on the "numeric value" of a name. The value of a name is determined by summing up the values of the letters of the name. For example, the name *Zelle* would have the value 26 + 5 + …

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## Introduction ## I was recently working on a project that required me to extract location information from the [OpenStreetMap](https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=15/51.5226/-0.1567), an open license map database of the world. The OpenStreetMap database allows you to extract location data along with the location meta information in the form of tags. My task …

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hello, I am currently struggling so bad in understanding Java and how to implement the codes. I have to implement two subclasses for Canadian and US postal code in Java. For Canadian Postal code, a valid postal postal code has the rule: positions at 0,2,5 are letters. Positions at 1,4,6 …

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In my [previous articles](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/computer-science/tutorials/538512/finding-inter-annotator-agreement-between-three-annotators-in-python#post2287428), I explained how you could apply heuristic and statistical approaches for finding inter-annotator agreement between multiple annotators. However, while applying those approaches, I found that finding inter-annotator agreement in the case of multi-label ranked data is a difficult task, and traditional inter-annotator agreement techniques will almost …

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Can someone please give me tips on how to accomplish generating a random number within a random range. See 'roll_dice' #include <iostream> #include <limits> #include <ctime> #include <iomanip> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; using std::cout; using std::cin; struct Sanity { unsigned int turns = std::numeric_limits<int>::max(); unsigned int sanity = std::numeric_limits<int>::max(); …

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Is there a way to know if the lists inside a list contain the same elements with python? For example: Return True if given list [['A', 'B'], ['A', 'B'], ['A', 'B']] or False if given list [['B', 'C'], ['Z', 'C']]

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In my [previous tutorial](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/computer-science/tutorials/538512/finding-inter-annotator-agreement-between-three-annotators-in-python), I explained how I implemented heuristic approaches for finding inter-annotator agreement between three annotators. Heuristic approaches are excellent for understanding the degree of agreement between multiple annotators. However, you should back your analysis with statistical evidence. This is where statistical techniques for inter-annotator agreement come into …

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Create a java application that will convert unit length from Metric to English system. The user will be asked to enter a Metric unit and then it will display the equivalent value to unit of English System. Use metric system like centimer, diameter, meter, etc. while use English system such …

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I recently worked on a research project where I had to find the inter-annotator agreement for tweets annotated by three annotators. Inter annotator agreement refers to the degree of agreement between multiple annotators. The quality of annotated (also called labeled) data is crucial to developing a robust statistical model. Therefore, …

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The purpose of the program is to tell the user that the weekly salary is in on of three ranges, less than 200, between 200 and 800 and greater than 800. I need help knowing the error/s and need to add and use one additional preprocessor directive that might help …

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Write a return function called averageFourTemperatures that accepts 4 integers in the parameter list, returns the average. In the main function prompt the user for 4 temperatures and them in separate appropriately named variables. Call the averageFourTemperatures, passing values and printing the returned average to the console.

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Write a program that converts temperature from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius .The formula is C = (5.0/9.0) (F-32)

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public class Clock { private int newHour; private int newMinutes; private int newSeconds; public Clock () { } public Clock (int newHour, int newMinutes, int newSeconds) { this.newHour = newHour; this.newMinutes = newMinutes; this.newSeconds = newSeconds; } public int getNewHour(int newHour){ return this.newHour; } public int getNewMinutes (int newMinutes){ return …

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Hello, I'm trying to make a login code for my game algorithm but it isn't working as I want it to so can someone help to stop my loops from repeating when I don't want it to please? ``` def login(): username = input("Enter username: ") password = input("Enter password: …

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## Traversal In Binary Tree : ## **Preorder traversal (NLR) :** 1. Visit the root(N) 2. Traverse the left subtree of root in preorder(L) 3. Traverse the right subtree of root in preorder(R) **Inorder Traversal (LNR) :** 1. Traverse the left subtree of root in inorder(L) 2. Visit the root(N) …

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Write a Program to Delete an Integer from an Array of random numbers? Please reply anyone

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.model small .stack 100h .data Spc db 0dh,0ah, " $" ;New Line ;Bases Conversion ConT db 0dh,0ah, " Conversion $" ;Conversion Title ConBs3 db 0dh,0ah, "Base 3 to Base 5 " db 0dh,0ah,0dh,0ah, "Base 3 [00 to 22] : $" ;Enter Base 03 Number EqBs3 db 0dh,0ah, "Base 5 Equivalent …

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Write a program in IAS language that calculates the output value of the logical function OR for bits b1 and b2 stored in the data memory, what is the change in the code if we want to calculate AND instead of OR ?

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Have understood that ISO 14001 is related to environmental management system. Wanted to know what is **ISO 14001 Certification** and why companies need it?

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i have to write to the output Write to the output the sequence of division remainders of these numbers over a small integer but sorted in the non-decreasing order.i wrote a code for remainder but i cant write for them to sort. Here is the code: #include <iostream> using namespace …

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am developing an assembly language program that will check whether an inputted number is divisible by 3 or not, now I am struggling to get things correct but my code is running..and it seems like dx register always have content zero even after div has been executed.. org 100h jmp …

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#include<stdio.h> #includ<conio.h> Int main() { int ch; float F,C,R,K; char chs; printf(“Choose Input Value\n1.F\n2.C\n3.R\n4.K\n”); scanf(“%d”,&ch); switch(ch) { Case1: F=input(“Fahrenheit value”); C=(5/9)*(F-32); K=C+273.15; R(9/5)*K; Case2: C=input(“Celsius value”); F=(9/5)*(F-32); K=C+273.15; R=(9/5)*K; Case3: R=input(“Rankine value”); F=R-459.67; C=(5/9)*(F-32); K=C+273.15; Case4: K=input(“Kelvin value”); R=(9/5)*K; F=R-459.67; C=(5/9)*(F-32); default: printf(“Invalid Input”) } fflush(stdin); printf(“Print final value F=%0.3f …

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Assume a basic x86 PC (or if it is impossible due to locked access/firmware blobs etc assume the closest modern equivalent of a PC e.g an open RISC system with cpu ram hardrive and a way to interface with a keyboard mouse and a VGA/HDMI monitor) NO OS is present. …

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