Can someone tell me a different way of writing this line of code?

I know this is a strange question but for research purposes could anyone tell me a different way of writing this line of code? I am making a word cloud in The “forEach(s -> ignoreWords.add(s.toUpperCase()));” is the line of code I would like to change. Preferably not a lambda

Thanks very much in advance!!!!

Researched numerous pages

BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(input));

ignoreWords = new HashSet<String>();  

Stream stream = Files.lines(Paths.get(“/ignorewords.txt”));

stream.forEach(s -> ignoreWords.add(s.toUpperCase())); 

How to tell if a menu link is route: or not?

Trying to theme a menu in Drupal 8, running into a case where we need to add classes on certain links.

In the case of a menu link that is route:<nolink> we need to not add any class at all.


{% if item.below and item.url %}  {{ link(item.title, item.url, { 'class':['link', 'link--arrow']} ) }} {% else %}  // not a link {% endif %} 

How can we tell at this level that item.url is route:<nolink>?


Current solution so far, is there a better way?

{% if not item.url.isExternal() and item.url.getRouteName() is same as('<nolink>') %}   {{ link(item.title, item.url) }} {% else %}   {{ link(item.title, item.url, { 'class':['link', 'link--arrow']} ) }} {% endif %} 

What does vanishing of higher direct images of the structure sheaf tell us?

Let $ f:X\to Y$ be a morphism of schemes over $ k$ . I am wondering about, what geometric consequences $ R^qf_*O_X=0$ for $ q\geq k$ does have. I saw vanishing of higher direct images used in some proofs of coherence of structure sheaves and also for the computation of cohomology if one in addition assumes that $ f_*O_X=O_Y$ . Also there seem to be a lot of papers out there discussing cases in which the higher direct images vanish for $ q\geq 1$ .

What are natural situations in which one wants vanishing of higher direct images and what does it tell us (geometrically)?

I know this is kind of vague but I was unable to figure it out myself. Thanks in advance!

Can you please tell me which formula this is?

I am working on a recommendation system, which uses the euclidean distance formula to calculate the similarity between 2 users.

Euclidean distance

Thereafter, it uses a formula to predict the rating using this formula. Unknown formula

I cannot find the formula name anywhere. Please can you tell me what formula this is so that I can make progress on my research.

I am not a math person, so any help is appreciated!

Thanks in advance.

How do I tell the difference between a self signed ca I made for myself for signing scripts and ones that were already there?

Basically my question is, how do I know when a certificate I find in my cert:/localmachine/my store is self signed and not already present when I start using a new computer.

If you do a Get-ChildItem cert:\localmachine\my it can list many certificates, and it lists the Thumbprint and the Subject, and you can list all of the members of each by tacking on a | % { $ _ |get-member } on the end of it.

But which of these members can tell me the difference between a self-signed cert that I created (possibly by mistake) and ones that were already in there, and signed by a for real certificate authority?

(honestly, I just want to sign my personal scripts with my personal certificate, but have only one certificate)

Can Any One Tell Me How To Get CoreAudio Back?

(this is my first post so sorry if it’s a bit rushed)

I have always had the buzzing audio issue that comes with the 2018 MacBook Pro Models (I’m still convinced its an audio buffer size mismatch error). Up until now, I have always used the Kill CoreAudio in activity monitor trick to reset the audio and stop the buzzing..

Recently I have discovered that the CoreAudio has actually gone from my activity monitor!! I still have audio and still, have the buzzing issue. I’m just concerned that something will trip up along the ways because the CoreAudio is missing? Can someone shed some light on how to get it back please: )!

Not found when searching "Core" Not found when searching "Audio"

Tell TWRP to decrypt for ota

Old versions of TWRP would prompt for the password to decrypt the phone prior to performing an ota, however new versions are able to apply otas without requiring decryption. This is great in practise but does mean that magisk is removed by the ota (when decrypted it would run some scripts after the ota installed, this doesn’t happen when the phone is still encrypted) Is there anyway to tell TWRP I want it to always decrypt the phone?

Edit: the feature was added in twrp 3.2.2)

Running Lineage 15.1 and magisk v18.0 on a op3t