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Find items of a certain class (a) that are also in other classes (b,c,d)


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Find items of a certain class (a) that are also in other classes (b,c,d)
Tag : javascript , By : pad
Date : November 25 2020, 07:06 PM


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SPARQL query to find all sub classes and a super class of a given class


Tag : development , By : Matt Croydon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help The predicate used in rdfs for state sub/super class relationships is rdfs:subClassOf. With that in mind you just need to write triple patterns in your SPARQL query that bind that predicate and the subject or object that you want to match --- AcousticWave in your case.
I hope that the following queries are self-explanatory.
PREFIX rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#>
PREFIX ns: <http://www.domain.com/your/namespace/>

SELECT ?superClass WHERE { ns:AcousticWave rdfs:subClassOf ?superClass . }
SELECT ?subClass WHERE { ?subClass rdfs:subClassOf ns:Wave . }
SELECT ?subClass ?label WHERE { 
        ?subClass rdfs:subClassOf ns:Wave . 
        ?subClass rdfs:label ?label . 
}

Jquery repetitive class sector use to add/remove classes on multiple items


Tag : php , By : Matt Watson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue So what i am trying to achieve is to change the class of an image, which i have done with the following code. , Change your markup:
<?php  if (is_page)()({
foreach ($posts as post): 
setup_postdata($post);//setup variables inside the loop  
?>
<div class="tab-container">
  <div class="container_left">
      <div data-content="1" class="show_1"><img></div>
      <div data-content="2" class="show_2 show_hidden"><img></div>
      <div data-content="3" class="show_3 show_hidden"><img></div>
  </div>
  <div class="container_right">
      <div class="inner_right">
          <div data-tab="1" class="button_1"></div>
          <div data-tab="2" class="button_2"></div>
          <div data-tab="3" class="button_3"></div>
      </div>
  </div>
</div>
<?php } ?>
$(function () { 
    $('[data-tab]').on('click', function () {
        var $tab = $(this);
        var id = $tab.attr('data-tab');
        var $container = $tab.closest('.tab-container');
        var $contents = $container.find('[data-content]');

        $contents.addClass('show_hidden')
            .filter('[data-content="' + id + '"]')
                .removeClass('show_hidden');
    });
});

Entity Framework - Allow multiple classes to have a list of items with the same class type


Tag : chash , By : unadopted
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out It's not a great or direct answer to your question, but you can create a base class with the comments property, and it'll work;
public abstract class CommentedObject
{ 
    public List<Comment> Comments {get; set;}

public class Joke: CommentedObject
{ 
}

public class  Story : CommentedObject
{
}

public class Comment
{
     public Guid Id {get; set;}
     public String Comment {get; set;}
     [Key, ForeignKey ("IdentifiableObject")]
     public Guid TargetId {get; set;}
}

vue.js : click a button, look through dom, find all classes with a specific class name and append a new class to that ex


Tag : vue.js , By : Ivan Kitanovski
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps So, i'm using Axios to pull an html file, and then take everything in that html file past the tag and appending it to {{htmlData}} inside of a div in my template , Since you already have a parsed htmlDoc:
for (const element of htmlDoc.querySelectorAll('.you-can-edit-me')) {
  element.classList.add('additional-css-class');
}

Array of unknown size with items of different classes that extends the same parent class


Tag : typescript , By : aspitzer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times The error you are getting is one that is designed to catch typos. The most common reason it triggers is for a mis-spelled property. This check only applies to object initialization.
If you have an existing array, the function will be happy to accept it as long as it has a name property.
var arr = [
    { name: '1', prop1: 1 },
    { name: '1', prop2: '2' }
];

f(arr);
class Base {
    name: string;
    [key: string]: any;
}
class Base {
    name: string;
}

type Indexed = { [key: string]: any; }

// ...

function f(...arr: (Base & Indexed)[]) {
}

// ...
// ...

type SubOfBase = Base & Indexed;

function f(...arr: SubOfBase[]) {
}
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