Splitting nested arrays as separate entities

Splitting nested arrays as separate entities

By : user3100183
Date : January 12 2021, 01:40 AM
it should still fix some issue I have some JSON data which contains attributes and some array elements. I would like to push a given set of fields into the array elements and then separate the arrays as separate entities. , It's a lot more easier to achieve this using multiple reduces, like:
code :
def split_data($parent; $ids; $arr_cols):
    ($arr_cols | map([.])) as $p
    | reduce .[] as $in ({}; .[$parent] += [$in | delpaths($p)]
        | (reduce $ids[] as $k ({}; . + {($k): $in[$k]}) as $s
        | reduce $arr_cols[] as $k (.; .[$k] += [$in[$k][] + $s])

split_data("person"; ["name", "year"]; ["phones", "email"])

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splitting comma separated dataset into separate arrays

splitting comma separated dataset into separate arrays

By : Republic Nepal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Firstly I would split the text based on NewLine, as to get the individual lines, and then based on the field seperator.
something like
code :
List<string> lines = new List<string>(textFile.Split(new[] { Environment.NewLine }, StringSplitOptions.None));
for (int iLine = 0; iLine < lines.Count; iLine++)
    List<string> values = new List<string>(lines[iLine].Split(new[] {","}, StringSplitOptions.None));
        for (int iValue = 0; iValue < values.Count; iValue++)
            Console.WriteLine(String.Format("Line {0} Value {1} : {2}", iLine, iValue, values[iValue]));
C++ Splitting an array into 2 separate arrays

C++ Splitting an array into 2 separate arrays

By : Mike Ayers
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine There is a bunch of errors in your code. The worst one is passing the arrays by references in the declaration and definition of the split function. Change both to void split(int ARRAY[], int SIZE, int *NEG_ARRAY, int NEG, int *POS_ARRAY, int POS);, and most of the errors will be gone.
The rest is from the two lines in which you print the array in your main:
code :
cout<<print_array(NEG_ARRAY, NEG) <<endl;
print_array(NEG_ARRAY, NEG);
while(numEle<SIZE) {
  ARRAY[numEle] = x ;
Splitting a line from a textfile into two separate Arrays

Splitting a line from a textfile into two separate Arrays

By : Timothy Meadows
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I must apologize in advance if this question has been answered, I have not been able to find an answer to this problem on the forum thus far. , You can split on space (all whitespace)
For example:
code :
String currLine = input1.nextLine();
//This only needed if you are not sure if the input will have leading/trailing space
currLine = currLine.trim();
String[] split = currLine.split("\\s+");
//Ensuring the line read was properly split
if(split.length == 2) {
    //split[0] will have the first hand
    //split[1] will have the second hand
Splitting an array of letters and numbers into two separate arrays

Splitting an array of letters and numbers into two separate arrays

By : Vardan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem The increment L = L + 1; is not required.
Since in the for loop, you are incrementing the value of L as L++, so another increment for L is not required.
code :
var splitResult = listResult.split(separator);

        var L = 0;
        letterArray = [];
        numberArray = [];
       for (; L < splitResult.length; L++) {
       if(isNaN(splitResult[L]) && typeof splitResult[L] === 'string') {

      } else if (Number(splitResult[L])) {
Splitting interleaved data into separate channels' np.arrays?

Splitting interleaved data into separate channels' np.arrays?

By : user2584119
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps When using a structured array, you can access the arrays corresponding to each field with the syntax ['']. In your case, you can simply do:
code :
ch1, ch2, ch3 = bin_np_arr['CH1'], bin_np_arr['CH2'] and bin_np_arr['CH3']
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