C language function:Chord sample codes

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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
>>> res = chord((add.s(i, i) for i in xrange(10)), xsum.s())().......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
>>> chord((import_contact.s(c) for c in contacts),.......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
>>> chord(add.s(i, i).......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
>>> result = chord(header)(callback).......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
Remember, the callback can only be executed after all of the tasks in the header have returned. Each step in the header is executed as a task, in parallel, possibly on different nodes. The callback is then applied with the return value of each task in the header. The task id returned by chord() is the id of the callback, so you can wait for it to complete and get the final return value (but remember to never have a task wait for other tasks).......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
>>> c = chord([add.s(4, 4), raising_task.s(), add.s(8, 8)]).......
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TITLE : Canvas: Designing Work-flows — Celery 4.1.0 documentation
def unlock_chord(self, group, callback, interval=1, max_retries=None):.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
start_note = chord([:b1, :b2, :e1, :e2, :b3, :e3].choose, :minor).choose.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
final_note = chord([:b1, :b2, :e1, :e2, :b3, :e3].choose, :minor).choose.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
play chord(:e3, :minor).choose, release: r, cutoff: rrand(50, 90), amp: 0.5.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
play chord(:a3, :m7).choose, release: r, cutoff: rrand(40, 130), amp: 0.7.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
play chord(:e3, :minor).choose, release: r, cutoff: rrand(110, 130), amp: 0.4.......
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TITLE : Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone
play chord([:e2, :e3, :e4].choose, :m7).choose, release: 0.05, cutoff: rrand(50, 129), amp: 0.5.......
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TITLE : The Art of Modulation, Part 2: Common Chord Modulation | Art of Composing
Now that we have identified the common chords in these two keys, we will choose the chord(s) on which to pivot. This is going to be our point of transition into the new key........
http://www.artofcomposing.com/the-art-of-modulation-part-2-common-chord-modulation
TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(mpr.getMatrix(), mpr.getMap());.......
http://www.delimited.io/blog/2013/12/8/chord-diagrams-in-d3
TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(mpr.getMatrix(), mpr.getMap());.......
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TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(mpr.getMatrix(), mpr.getMap(), 0);.......
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TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(mpr.getMatrix(), mpr.getMap());.......
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TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(matrix, mmap);.......
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TITLE : Chord Diagrams in D3 delimited.io
drawChords(mpr.getMatrix(), mpr.getMap());.......
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TITLE : JFugue Examples
Chord[] chords = cp.setKey("C").getChords();.......
http://www.jfugue.org/examples.html
TITLE : Getting Started With Sonic Pi | Raspberry Pi Learning Resources
play chord(:a3, :minor).choose, attack: 0, release: 0.3, cutoff: 80.......
http://www.raspberrypi.org/learning/getting-started-with-sonic-pi/worksheet-2/
TITLE : Getting Started With Sonic Pi | Raspberry Pi Learning Resources
play chord(:a3, :minor).choose, attack: 0, release: 0.3, cutoff: rrand(40, 120).......
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