Category : nested

I am new to C++ concepts,I am very much confused in inserting a value in a nested container. #include<bits/stdc++.h> using namespace std; int main() { vector<vector<vector<vector<vector<int>>>>>s; s[0][0][0][0].push_back(5); return 0; } My program gets terminated abnormally. Source: Windows Que..

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Say I have something like this (note pybind11/pybind11.h and pybind11/stl.h included) namespace py = pybind11; int nestedObjSize(py::list plist){ // This is what I would like to achieve, but it doesn’t work return plist[0].size() } int nestedObjSize(py::dict pdict){ // Again doesn’t work, but this is what I essentially want to do return pdict["a"].size() } Now in ..

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i have to handle this scenario: from host1 (win server) i have an nfs server with shared folder "folder1". Then on host2 (linux) i mount "folder1" in path /opt/folder1 and the same path is exported as: /opt/folder1 *(rw,fsid=1,sync,no_root_squash,no_all_squash,hide,no_subtree_check) at this point everything works fine. I have another host "host3" (linux) that mount another folder from ..

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I am writing a comparator builder so that I can do something like this: vector<T> vec; sort< vec.begin(), vec.end(),make_chain<T>().chain( &T::age).chain( &T::name).chain( &T:wight)… > In theory, this chain can last forever. we first compare age, if ages of 2 objects are the same, we compare names. If the 2 names are the same, we continue comparing ..

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