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Q: Trigger Cloud Function with Eventarc and then extract BigQuery table as csv files

hashafProblem: Whenever new data are inserted, extract BigQuery tables as csv files and store them in Cloud Storage. My plan: Set up an Eventarc trigger based on Event method google.cloud.bigquery.v2.JobService.InsertJob for Cloud Function to identify when new data are inserted into BigQuery. from go...

 
 
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That's a helpful answer, @DavidGrayson. Thank you. Regarding "It sounds like you already figured out so I'm not sure what answer you're looking for. This isn't a code review site, it's for solving problems.", it wasn't my intention to make it a code review question, this is why my the possible solution wasn't initially in the question. Should I close the question? — Alexandre Rocha 7 secs ago
 
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That's a really helpful answer, @DavidGrayson. Thank you. I apologize if my question seemed to stray into code review territory, that was not my intention. At the time of asking, I didn't have a solution in mind. Would it be best to close the question? — Alexandre Rocha 41 secs ago
 
 
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Q: Friendly probability puzzle solved with simulation

DanA friend posed to me a question to see if I could solve it. He says I solved it appropriately. I was hoping someone here could give me a review of the program I wrote to answer it. I figured it would be a good exercise in trying to do things as well as possible and try to follow conventions. The ...

 
 
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Q: Sanitize Url for Insertion Upon DB table via elowuent model

Dimitrios DesyllasIn my case I am saving a url into my database via Eloquent Model: namespace App\Models; use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Factories\HasFactory; use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model; use Illuminate\Support\Str; class PageLink extends Model { use HasFactory; protected $table='links'; ...

 
 
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Q: Delete Row From Treeview and CSV Python/Tkinter

GirlimanI am writing a program to store and modify data in a CSV file using Python and Tkinter. The data is pulled in successfully and put into a treeview without issues. I am also able to search and add entries just fine. The problem comes when trying to delete a row. After using a few methods in other ...

 
 
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Q: De/Serialize uint32_t from/to ASCII to use it in Arduino code

LRDPRDXDespite the intention is to use it in a C++ project I put the c tag also because there is nothing C++-only (except references :)) in the code (I did not compile it by a C compiler though). Preliminaries I'm working on an automation system the main function of which is to control positional table....

 
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possible answer invalidation by Dan on question by Dan: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290743/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Dan on question by Dan: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290743/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Dan on question by Dan: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290743/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Dan on question by Dan: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290743/revisions
 
 
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Q: This code makes a basic quiz game however i need to add a gui that works for it but im struggling

user281403THis code goes through 10 different questions but im not sure how to link the whole thing to a gui while True: module1=input('What module would you like to use?').lower() if module1 == 'module 1': questions = ("How many elements are in the periodic table?: ", "Which animal ...

 
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Q: Rolling mean with conditions (interview problem)

RiaI encountered this during an interview and can't think of a solution. This is the problem, suppose you had a dataset as follows (it goes beyond time 2 but this is just a sample to work with): gsa_data = pd.DataFrame({ 'time': [1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2], 'names': ["Andy", "Bob", "Karen", "Andy", "...

 
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possible answer invalidation by FTG on question by FTG: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290736/revisions
possible answer invalidation by FTG on question by FTG: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290736/revisions
possible answer invalidation by FTG on question by FTG: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290736/revisions
 
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I just did some research, and it seems that using multiple targets is added in future versions. codereview.qt-project.org/c/qt/qttools/+/495546smr 7 secs ago
 
 
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Q: C++ inline minimalist thread pool

Wasfi JAOUADThis is a "minimal thread pool" I came up with to compare with a colleague's approach using Rust's Rayon's par_bridge() to automatically parallelize looping over an indexed container (a vector in his case). This is basically a std::for_each with std::execution::unsequenced_policy (in this case), ...

 
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