around this issue Idea #1: Simple incremental counter Each request sends sequence number as param which is being verified as expected at the server. Server increments the number and sends it back via response the new number is used in future requests Basically, if server expects the SEQUENCE number to be 2 and client sends 1 the request is to be rejected.
How can I prevent additional newlines with set-content while keeping existing ones when saving in UTF8?
Does that help [IO.File]::WriteAllText() assumes that $content is a single string, but Get-Content produces an array of strings (and removes the line breaks from the end of each line/string). Mangling that string array into a single string joins the strings using the $OFS character (see here). To avoid this behavior you need to ensure that $content already is a single string when it's passed to WriteAllText(). There are various ways to do that, for instance:
will be helpful for those in need In your fetchCurrentUser, you can check to see if your cachedProfile is not nil, and then you can just return from there. If it is nil, then you can proceed to make the network call. I don't think you really have to use a singleton here.
How to set subdivisions for the auc() function in the MESS package to prevent getting an error message?
it fixes the issue The error message comes from function integrate that is used within MESS::auc. More precisely, it comes from the argument subdivisions (maximum number of subintervals), which is set to 100 by default. However, in your case, a higher value would probably make more sense.
How to use Google Guava's Preconditions.checkElementIndex?