may help you . I am not sure this is even possible but let's say you want to show either label A or label B based on a condition and hide the other, in the same line. So if label A is visible, label B is hidden and vice-versa. If I wanted to set both label A and B visible, I could simply do , I'd send code back to the author if they did something like this
will be helpful for those in need Use 'very magic': add \v to the expression. See :help magic. Basically, it mean that all non-alphanumeric characters have special (i.e. regular expression operator meanings) unless escaped, which means that they do not need to be escaped in your usage above.
How to decide if left hand or right hand based on the accelerometer of the phone
may help you . There is no easy way to detect which-handedness, but I bet that left and right handholding produce different accelerometer signatures over time, which you can then test against via machine learning.
ORA-22163: left hand and right hand side collections are not of same type
like below fixes the issue It seems to me too that this is the subset sum problem, which is NP-complete (meaning that a polynomial-time solution doesn't exist, unless P=NP) but can be solved in pseudo-polynomial time (i.e. time polynomial both in the number of numbers and the value of the sum) using dynamic programming.