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powerapp – why our customizations inside the online list got lost inside sharepoint mobile app

I have a sharepoint online team site and we did these modification on its lists:-

  1. I have customized the list’s forms (new,edit and display) using power-app.
  2. inside another list i set a default value for an field as follow:-

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  1. in another list i set some field to be hidden inside the sharepoint list;s forms as follow:-

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The above modifications are working well in web browsers, but when we accessed the lists inside sharepoint mobile app, all those modifications will be lost! so how i can force sharepoint mobile app to respect the above customization?

Thanks

dataset – Get element of three list combine one by one

I have the following:

Composition1SB = {100, 70, 21, 55, 12, 85, 0};
EaRSBdata = {87.59500266062417`, 79.21523941596703`, 
   72.12306732186894`, 56.693107910697165`, 56.89958615877694`, 
   135.91522196805766`, 69.27255661695618`};
ErrorEaRSBdata = {4.823279954454718`, 4.690600564437454`, 
   3.9811685696852495`, 1.8794098881159669`, 2.7677528848843247`, 
   21.978521496856732`, 4.281624335790518`};

and I want to get a list that combines all the first elements of the lists, all the seconds and so on. Something like this {{100,87.59500266062417,4.823279954454718},{70,79.21523941596703,4.690600564437454}.....etc}

I am trying something like this but it does not work:

newlist = Partition(Riffle(Composition1SB, EaRSBdata, ErrorEaRSBdata), 3)

I can do it for instance for two list (but not for three) such as:

newlist=Partition(Riffle(Composition1SB, EaRSBdata), 2)

How can I do this for three lists?

object oriented – Is there a canonical list of standard verbs to use for method names?

I was trying to explain something to a junior programmer the other day, and as part of it I had to explain that:

  • a method with ‘find’ as the verb in it, will either find an item and return it, or return null.
  • a method with ‘get’ as the verb in it, will either return an item, or throw an exception if it is unavailable.

Those two things are common across Java, PHP and other programming languages.

This made me realise that there are quite a few ‘standard behaviours’ associated with certain verbs, that would be difficult for people to learn about.

Is there a list any where of standard verbs to use, with the standard behaviour they should have, that would avoid confusion in assumptions?

python – np.where? list comprehension? for strings within a list of tuples being contained within strings in another list of tuples

Not a professional coder, but my current hospital position is allowing me to code some workarounds for our abysmal EHR system. The following is part of my Python project to visualize laboratory data.

The following code snippet works, but I haven’t figured out a way with list comprehensions or np.where to streamline it and potentially improve performance. I haven’t found any posts yet to answer this, including among those suggested during question submission.

This code tests tuple(0) in a list of tuples (test_and_value) comprised of (lab test names, test values), searching for misspelled lab test names and replacing them with standardized lab test names.

Common misspellings and their replacement terms live in another list of tuples (chem_fix) to preserve the order in which they are checked. Some word fragments of misspellings are used in lieu of full words, therefore testing cannot be a simple == statement.

Final product is a list of tuples, test_and_value_f, with correctly spelled lab tests.

Pertinent code excerpts:

chem_fix = (('A/G RATIO', 'A:G RATIO'), ('ALK', 'ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE'), ('ALT', 'ALT'), ('AST', 'AST'), ('BILI', 'BILIRUBIN,TOTAL'), ('BLIL', 'BILIRUBIN,TOTAL'), ('BUN/CREAT', 'BUN/CREAT RATIO'), ('BUN', 'BLOOD UREA NITROGEN'), ('CARBON', 'CO2'), ('GLOB', 'GLOBULIN'), ('RANDOM', 'GLUCOSE'), ('PROTEIN', 'TOTAL PROTEIN'))
fix_terms = (x(0) for x in chem_fix)

test_and_value_f = ()
replaced = False
for lab_test, value in test_and_value:
    for count, term_needing_fix in enumerate(fix_terms):
        if term_needing_fix in lab_test:
            test_and_value_f.append((chem_fix(count)(1), value))
            replaced = True
            break
    if replaced == False:
        test_and_value_f.append((lab_test, value))
    else:
        replaced = False

Is there a more efficient way to do this?

pattern matching – Remove the element of a list of data

I have a list of data as:

P= { {  {i_1,j_1,{a_n, b_n}} , {i_1,j_2,{a_n,b_n}}  }
,{ {i_2,j_2,{a_n,b_n}} , {i_2,j_2,{a_n,b_n}} } ...
,{ {i_n,j_{n-1},{a_n,b_n}} , {i_n,j_n,{a_n,b_n}} } }.```


How can I remove the **i_1,i_2,...i_n and j_1,j_2...,j_n**.?

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bash – Daily stand-up list

Like most teams, we take turns to speak in our daily stand-ups. When we gather around the sprint board, it’s easy to know who speaks when – we start at one end and pass the role along the line.

At present, we’re all working remotely, so there’s no physical ordering that we would agree on. And we would get tired of using the same order every day, leading to diminished engagement. So we start the meeting by publishing the day’s speaking sequence. I started with a random shuffle of the team members, but soon realised it would be better if any of us could generate the list, and we’d all get the same result. So I now use the date as a seed for shuffling.

I use a MD5 hash to quickly spread the entropy all around the random word (just using date +%F unmodified resulted in the same sequence every day, because all the variation is near the end), and xxd to convert its hexadecimal output into raw bytes.

#!/bin/bash

set -eu -o pipefail

team=(Alice Bob Charlie Dan Erin Frank)

# Header for today
date +%A:%n
# Team members in today's order
printf '%sn' "${team(@)}" |
    shuf --random-source <(date +%F|md5sum|xxd -r -p)

custom list – Text Column Validation: Numbers only, 5 numbers, a period, and 3 numbers

Try this:

=IF(LEN((YourColumn))=9,IF(MID((YourColumn),6,1)=".",IF(ISNUMBER(VALUE((MID((YourColumn),1,5)))),ISNUMBER(VALUE((MID((YourColumn),7,3)))),FALSE),FALSE),FALSE)

First it validates if it’s a 9 character string or not, then checks if the 6th character is a dot (.), then it validates the first 5 and last 3 characters.

Of course, it might be possible to write in an easier way.

Let me know if this helps.