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Takes an array of information to generate the CAPTCHA as input and creates the image to your specifications, returning an array of associative data about the image. [array] ( 'image' => IMAGE TAG 'time' => TIMESTAMP (in microtime) 'word' => CAPTCHA WORD ) The "imag...
Once loaded you can generate a captcha like this: $vals = array( 'word' => 'Random word', 'img_path' => './captcha/', 'img_url' => 'http://example.com/captcha/', 'font_path' => './path/to/fonts/texb.ttf', 'img_width' => '150', 'img_height'...
There is no imshow in the java, you need to write a method for this. This method is a Mat2bufferedImage. Takes mat object as parameter and returns image. public static void main(String[] args) { Mat frame = new Mat(); //0; default video device id VideoCapture camera = new VideoCaptur...
Channel adapter is one of message endpoints in Spring Integration. It is used for unidirectional message flow. There are two types of channel adapter: Inbound Adapter: input side of the channel. Listen or actively read message. Outbound Adapter: output side of the channel. Send message to Java cla...
In the official reference document, it says: The main function of an inbound Channel Adapter is to execute a SQL SELECT query and turn the result set as a message. The message payload is the whole result set, expressed as a List, and the types of the items in the list depend on the row-mapping st...
In the Spring Integration Reference Docuement, it says: The outbound Channel Adapter is the inverse of the inbound: its role is to handle a message and use it to execute a SQL query. The message payload and headers are available by default as input parameters to the query... Java code p...
import cv2 def canny_webcam(): "Live capture frames from webcam and show the canny edge image of the captured frames." cap = cv2.VideoCapture(0) while True: ret, frame = cap.read() # ret gets a boolean value. True if reading is successful (I think). frame ...
Main layout : activity_main.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <LinearLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:id="@+id/activity_main" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layo...
Backreferences "Backreferences" are references in a search regex to capture groups in the same search regex. The "search regex" is the regex used in the "Find" field of the Find/Replace dialog box. Here is the most common backreference syntax: Absolute: (group one)...
A regex in Notepad++ may have as many capture groups as desired. (one)(two)(three)...(nine)(more than nine groups!)... Anonymous capture groups use the standard syntax: (group) Named capture groups may use either of following syntax formats: (?<name>group) (?'name'group) Anonymo...
Moshi has built-in support for reading and writing Java’s core data types: Primitives (int, float, char...) and their boxed counterparts (Integer, Float, Character...). Arrays Collections Lists Sets Maps Strings Enums It supports your model classes by writing them out field-by-field. In ...
Hello friends before start code we have need to declare dependency for access firebase ui component, so here is the dependency which you can put it in your gradel other wise you can add dependency as jar also. compile 'com.firebaseui:firebase-ui-database:0.4.0' Then after we are querying in fire...
Block will capture variables that appeared in the same lexical scope. Normally these variables are captured as "const" value: int val = 10; void (^blk)(void) = ^{ val = 20; // Error! val is a constant value and cannot be modified! }; In order to modify the variable, you need to ...
You can capture the correct this using a closure. new Vue({ el:"#star-wars-people", data:{ people: null }, mounted: function(){ // Before executing the web service call, save this to a local variable var self = this; $.getJSON("http://swapi.co/api/peop...
public class ConvertMapToList { public static void main(String[] args) { Map<Integer, String> map = new HashMap<>(); map.put(10, "apple"); map.put(20, "orange"); map.put(30, "banana"); map.put(40, "w...
Adapters are used to convert the interface of a given class, known as an Adaptee, into another interface, called the Target. Operations on the Target are called by a Client, and those operations are adapted by the Adapter and passed on to the Adaptee. In Swift, Adapters can often be formed through ...
public class BitmapTools { /// <summary> /// Gets the cropped bitmap asynchronously. /// </summary> /// <param name="originalImage">The original image.</param> /// <param name="startPoint">The start ...
ArgumentCaptor will to receive the actual invocation arguments that has been passed to method. ArgumentCaptor<Foo> captor = ArgumentCaptor.forClass(Foo.class); verify(mockObj).doSomethind(captor.capture()); Foo invocationArg = captor.getValue(); //do any assertions on invocationArg For ...
“Adapter” as the name suggests is the object which lets two mutually incompatible interfaces communicate with each other. For example: if you buy a Iphone 8 (or any other Apple product) you need alot of adapters. Because the default interface does not support audio jac or USB. With these a...
Sherlock captures all your crashes and reports them as a notification. When you tap on the notification, it opens up an activity with all the crash details along with Device and Application info How to integrate Sherlock with your application? You just need to add Sherlock as a gradle dependency i...

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