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Pricing Plans → Compare plans → Contact Sales → Education → ,I searched the [r] tag on SO for any questions with the word "Error" and got almost 20,000 results, so I use stackr to repeat this query in R, making sure I repeat enough times to get all the data, and return the full text of the questions with filter="withbody",,So more than 20% of the Stack Overflow R questions with "Error" contain one of these first 30 trigrams

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_issue.js/ #devtools::install_github("dgr. . .
#devtools::install_github("dgrtwo/stackr")
library(stackr)
library(stringi)
library(magrittr)

#Sys.setenv(STACK_EXCHANGE_KEY = "XXXXX") < --Get a key or you 'll hit the API
# rate limits.See the stackr README

set.seed(0)
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#javascript #javascript #functions #parameters , #javascript #jquery , #javascript #nodejs #commandline , #javascript

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_issue.js/ let arr = [ { name:"string. . .
let arr = [{
      name: "string 1",
      value: "this",
      other: "that"
   },
   {
      name: "string 2",
      value: "this",
      other: "that"
   }
];

let obj = arr.find(o => o.name === 'string 1');

console.log(obj);
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You should use filter method, which accepts a callback function,,The filter() method creates a new array with all elements that pass the test implemented by the provided function

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_issue.js/ let total = ["10%", "1000", "5. . .
let total = ["10%", "1000", "5%", "2000"];
let percentage = total.filter(function(item) {
   return typeof item == 'string' && item.includes('%');
});
console.log(percentage);
let absolute = total.filter(function(item) {
   return typeof item == 'number' || !isNaN(item);
});
console.log(absolute);
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Pre-processing and Normalizing the collected data,Filter out only the most common tags (Used 500 tags),Using the trained word embeddings to create sentence embeddings for all questions in our database,I constructed a new feature column called ‘post_corpus’ by combining the title, question body, and all the answers(Will be used later to train Word2Vec embeddings)

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_issue.js/ SELECT q.id, q.title, q.body, . . .
SELECT q.id, q.title, q.body, q.tags, a.body as answers, a.score FROM 'bigquery-public-data.stackoverflow.posts_questions'
AS q INNER JOIN 'bigquery-public-data.stackoverflow.posts_answers'
AS a ON q.id = a.parent_id WHERE q.tags LIKE '%python%'
LIMIT 500000
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In case you are wondering about the syntax of lambda used in map, see this Stack Overflow answer for an explanation, So what exactly is better with this implementation:,Asynchronous programming: forEach and async/await don’t play nicely together

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_stackoverflow.js/ const kids = []; people.forEac. . .
const kids = [];
people.forEach(person => {
   if (person.age < 15) {
      kids.push({
         id: person.id,
         name: person.name
      });
   }
});
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Example_snippet/controller/utility/_stackoverflow.js/ a = [5, 4, 3, 2, 1]; smallvalu. . .
a = [5, 4, 3, 2, 1];
smallvalues = a.filter(function(x) {
   return x < 3
}); // [2, 1]
everyother = a.filter(function(x, i) {
   return i % 2 == 0
}); // [5, 3, 1]
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I’m not going to spend time explaining why the above is problematic (but I have before), To solve the issue with callbacks, a new concept—Promises—were added to JS

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_stackoverflow.js/ function foo(someNum: number):. . .
function foo(someNum: number): number {
   return someNum + 5;
}
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