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Default value when calling a function in a for loop


Default value when calling a function in a for loop

By : Vlad League
Date : October 19 2020, 08:10 PM
To fix this issue You could look up the value with formals, which gives you a list which includes all the default values. But it comes with its own set of problems, as not all functions handle things the exact same way.
The first problem becomes clear in your example: formals(randomForest) only gives you x and ..., both without defaults. That is because randomForest is a generic method, which accepts different arguments based on the class of the first one. To get the default for ntree, you need
code :
formals(randomForest:::randomForest.default)$ntree


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HTML Form onclick calling javascript function and later calling the default form action

HTML Form onclick calling javascript function and later calling the default form action


By : Jason Tse
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Change type="submit" to type="button". Read the reference on MDN.
And for the sake of all, be consistent in your HTML... don't mix uppercase, lowercase, " and nothing around attributes, etc... Also, don't mix CSS and Javascript into your HTML, put them into different files. Later you will be grateful you did.
Difference between passing a string to a function versus calling the function with a default parameter?

Difference between passing a string to a function versus calling the function with a default parameter?


By : Annmarie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I have made a small application that increments a counter when a picture of a cat is clicked. When I set the function with default parameters, it works. However, when I pass it a string to substitute in the function, it does not. What is the difference between these two scripts? , The problem lies in the following line:
code :
catGrid.addEventListener('click', catClick('number_clicked'), false);
//1: Using an anonymous function:
catGrid.addEventListener('click', function() {
    catClick('number_clicked')
}, false);

//2: Using bind:
catGrid.addEventListener('click', catClick.bind(this,'number_clicked'), false);
Calling several functions with different default parameters from a function modifying the default values

Calling several functions with different default parameters from a function modifying the default values


By : user2801101
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Problem seems to be the fact that you are calling printing(what, **kwargs) but do not have the **kwargs keyword in the function definition. Just add **kwargs to your first function and things work fine
code :
def printing(what, n = 3, **kwargs):
    for _ in range(n):
        print(what)


outer('hello', 4, i = 4)   
# hello
# hello
# hello
# 4
# 4
# 4
# 4
immediately-invoked function calling setTimeout calling for loop

immediately-invoked function calling setTimeout calling for loop


By : user3137894
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Your version 3 doesn't do at all what you think it does. Parenthesis are not optional on an IIFE. But because you named the function, it does get parsed as a function declaration:
code :
for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
    function x(i) {
        setTimeout(() => {console.log(i)}, 30)
    }
    (i);
}
for (var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
    i;
}
How to declare the return of a function as the default parameter to another function without calling the first function?

How to declare the return of a function as the default parameter to another function without calling the first function?


By : P_Mo
Date : September 24 2020, 08:00 PM
around this issue It seems a litle confuse, but my task is the following: , Just have the default as None, then check for that in the function:
code :
def automation(command, servers=None, mixed=False, logs=False, csv=False):
    if servers is None:
        servers = read_servers_list()
    . . .
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