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I know it sounds kind of weird and maybe anti-docker mentality if you read the title, but my use-case is quite special.

I have a Ruby on Rails application and whenever I migrate the database (in this case mysql, which is running in a docker container), Rails tries to dump the database using the mysqldump command. Of course this command is by default not globally available as I do not have a global mysql instance installed. The thing here is, that the Rails application must not know about having mysql running in a docker container, and therefore I will not modify the Rails application to try to execute commands like docker exec it ...

Do I have any option to map the dump binary so that I can call it from the command line as if it would be installed on the host?

Thank you

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I have a Ruby on Rails application and whenever I migrate the database (in this case mysql, which is running in a docker container), Rails tries to dump the database using the mysqldump command. Of course this command is by default not globally available as I do not have a global mysql instance installed. The thing here is, that the Rails application must not know about having mysql running in a docker container, and therefore I will not modify the Rails application to try to execute commands like docker exec it ...

Do I have any option to map the dump binary so that I can call it from the command line as if it would be installed on the host?

Thank you

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Hey Everyone,

I was hoping you all could help me as I am a beginner at R. I have an Excel file set up with complicated formulas that reference binary decision variables leading to a nonlinear objective function. It takes awhile to run, was looking at R as an alternative to potentially speed up the process. My main question is, am I able to convert these formulas that lead up to the objective function in R?

For instance, there are two separate fields involving sum products and vlookups that contain the decision variables inside of them, each step of the way these formulas are dependent upon said binary decision variables. Is there a way to replicate these functions, then call them inside the objective function which is inside the solver function call? Apologies if this is confusing, this is a complicated optimization problem for work.

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I was hoping you all could help me as I am a beginner at R. I have an Excel file set up with complicated formulas that reference binary decision variables leading to a nonlinear objective function. It takes awhile to run, was looking at R as an alternative to potentially speed up the process. My main question is, am I able to convert these formulas that lead up to the objective function in R?

For instance, there are two separate fields involving sum products and vlookups that contain the decision variables inside of them, each step of the way these formulas are dependent upon said binary decision variables. Is there a way to replicate these functions, then call them inside the objective function which is inside the solver function call? Apologies if this is confusing, this is a complicated optimization problem for work.

I’m not non-binary myself but I’ve always wondered what pronouns you’d use since French doesn’t seem to have any gender neutral ones

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I have a linked list of objects std::listobjects. And I need to create a binary tree std::set with references to objects from that list. How could we do this? Binary tree needs to compare values to arrange them, but I'm not positive it's possible to do a less than or more than comparisons with pointers.

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Is there a general rule of thumb for how non binary individuals refer to themselves in German? It came up in a discussion with one of my students and I didn’t want to give an incorrect answer. Obviously personal preference is a thing, but are there common pronouns? Danke im Voraus!

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I’m amab and I identify as male (I think) but whenever I bring myself up in my thoughts or something I don’t really like referring to myself as he or a boy but I don’t mind too much if someone else does

I was sending a message to my friends earlier and I got stuck on what to call myself on boy or person or something else I ended up just using something else instead, but I don’t really know if I’m non-binary either like I like looking slightly androgynous and don’t agree with gender roles but I feel like I’m stuck somewhere between male and non-binary and I also just don’t really want to go through all the hassle of asking everyone to use different pronouns for me and if I even really want that I do know that even if I am non-binary I probably won’t change me name

TLDR I don’t really know what I am but I think I fall somewhere between male and non-binary

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I was sending a message to my friends earlier and I got stuck on what to call myself on boy or person or something else I ended up just using something else instead, but I don’t really know if I’m non-binary either like I like looking slightly androgynous and don’t agree with gender roles but I feel like I’m stuck somewhere between male and non-binary and I also just don’t really want to go through all the hassle of asking everyone to use different pronouns for me and if I even really want that I do know that even if I am non-binary I probably won’t change me name

TLDR I don’t really know what I am but I think I fall somewhere between male and non-binary

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So to my understanding, balancing trees is done so that the height of the tree reduces so it becomes easier to find things in a tree. Now my question is, are balanced trees always binary search trees or can they be simply binary trees or simply just a tree. I am trying to wrap my head around why would someone need balancing, if the tree is not a binary search tree and doesn't follow that particular rule where left side values are smaller and right side values are greater of a node?

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I have a linked list of objects and I need to keep track of selected objects from that list, in a binary search tree. So what I basically have to do is construct a binary tree from object pointers. However in a binary tree you need to compare values. And how can one possibly do a less than or more than comparison with pointers? Is there any solution to this?

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My daughter's fiance just came out as non-binary. We were having dinner this evening and we scoured Tumblr to answer the question, how do I refer to them? We can't say "son in law" and we think my "daughters partner" is too formal and I want to ask what would be correct to make them feel like they are my child too. I love them to pieces. They were just as surprised as me when the internet produced no answer.

Edit: I did ask them, which is why we are turning to the smart people of Reddit. They were just as surprised as me to realize there is no concrete name for a non-binary son or daughter. Tumblr let us down.

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Edit: I did ask them, which is why we are turning to the smart people of Reddit. They were just as surprised as me to realize there is no concrete name for a non-binary son or daughter. Tumblr let us down.

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