Can anyone help me to write the code for Phi = arctan(y/x) + psi, psi = 0
or pi and (x, y) are the spatial coordinates in the film plane with the
origin at the center of a circular disk of radius 50nm.
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No, unfortunately I worked around the problem by redesigning the modules
On Thu, Sep 12, 2019, 8:52 PM wrote:
> Did you find the solution to this problem? I think I might have the same
> Also, if there is useful info, and it's not too much trouble, can you link
> to the issue you
The feature was in Newsqueak but we deliberately omitted it from Go because
the cost of the operation can be very high and we weren't comfortable
provided such concise notation for such an expensive operation.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 4:02 PM Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 12, 2019
On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 11:58:30 AM UTC-4, T L wrote:
> On Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 5:33:02 PM UTC-4, Ian Lance Taylor
>> The go tool reports a checksum mismatch error.
> "go help module-auth" says
> If a downloaded module is not yet
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 7:36 AM Robert Johnstone
> I'm looking at what I should do to keep my packages current with respect to
> modules. The tutorials have covered top-level packages, but I haven't seen
> any discussions around low-level packages. In particular, I have some
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 9:00 AM Andrey Tcherepanov
> it is nice to know that there is at least "an escape hatch" through reflect
> package if needed.
> Is there an upper bound for how many items could be in that slice (select
Not really. At some point if you keep
Thanks! Yes, let's do that :)
On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 6:28:02 PM UTC-4, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 2:02 PM Nate Finch > wrote:
> > I wish go's type inference worked inside struct literals. Filling out
> config structs would be so much easier if this
I'm looking at what I should do to keep my packages current with respect to
modules. The tutorials have covered top-level packages, but I haven't seen
any discussions around low-level packages. In particular, I have some
low-level packages that rely only on the standard library. It's
it is nice to know that there is at least "an escape hatch" through reflect
package if needed.
Is there an upper bound for how many items could be in that slice (select
On Friday, September 13, 2019 at 12:02:18 AM UTC-6, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> On Thu, Sep
Hey Sam and Pudds,
thanks for feedback and help. v1.1.7 helped.
I must say go.mod is growing on me, but it's still hindering productivity
or let's say a step back.
If you use Goland, which probably most mousepushers like me use, since
everything is under ~/go/pkg/
even with modules enabled in
For users of YottaDB using the Go API, r1.28 is a major release because it
is required for production grade access to YottaDB from Go. For others, it
is a minor release with a small set of enhancements and fixes as detailed
in the release notes (https://gitlab.com/YottaDB/DB/YDB/-/tags/r1.28).
$ $ go get github.com/go101/mod_versions/v3@latest
go: finding github.com/go101/mod_versions/v3 v3.1.0
go get github.com/go101/mod_versions/v3@latest: module
github.com/go101/mod_versions@latest (v2.0.0+incompatible) found, but does
not contain package
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 5:40 AM SATEESH KANDUKURI <
> Can anyone help me to write the code for Phi = arctan(y/x) + psi, psi = 0
> or pi and (x, y) are the spatial coordinates in the film plane with the
> origin at
are you following the steps outlined below?
in particular, for a v2 (or v3) it states that the go.mod file must be updated:
> Update the go.mod file to include a /v3 at the end of the module path in the
> module directive
I really don't get how modules are got.
I create another repo with all versions are module based, but it still
fails on getting v2.
$ go get github.com/go101/mod_versions_b/v2@latest
go: finding github.com/go101/mod_versions_b/v2 v2.1.1
go get github.com/go101/mod_versions_b/v2@latest: module
but require 1.2.0 will not work if another dependency requires the same
package at version 1.1.0 thanks to mvs.
So either I'm wrong and I did not understand mvs, in that case I would like
to get enlighten, or I got that right and that comforts me in my deep hate
On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 9:40 PM Andrey Tcherepanov
> well, subj - why can't I "just" do a select on a slice of channels? Yes, I
> can run a bunch goroutines with of reads on an each channel, funnel it all
> into 1 notification channel, pick up on the other side... boring stuff,
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