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TITLE : samples/ApiDemos/src/com/example/android/apis/graphics/Xfermodes.java - platform/development - Git at Google
static Bitmap makeDst(int w, int h) {.......
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TITLE : samples/ApiDemos/src/com/example/android/apis/graphics/Xfermodes.java - platform/development - Git at Google
mDstB = makeDst(W, H);.......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
>>> idst(dst(x, type=2), type=2).......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
>>> idst(dst(x, type=2, norm='ortho'), type=2, norm='ortho').......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
>>> idst(dst(x, type=3), type=3).......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
>>> idst(dst(x, type=3, norm='ortho'), type=3, norm='ortho').......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
>>> idst(dst(x, type=1), type=1).......
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TITLE : Fourier Transforms (scipy.fftpack) — SciPy v0.19.1 Reference Guide
To accelerate repeat transforms on arrays of the same shape and dtype, scipy.fftpack keeps a cache of the prime factorization of length of the array and pre-computed trigonometric functions. These caches can be destroyed by calling the appropriate function in scipy.fftpack._fftpack. dst(type=1) and idst(type=1) share a cache (*dst1_cache). As do dst(type=2), dst(type=3), idst(type=3), and idst(type=3) (*dst2_cache)........
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TITLE : Sample Cisco FWSM Field Extraction Rule - Sumo Logic
| parse regex "dst\s(?\S+):(?\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3})" nodrop.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
return CONSTANT + self.dst(dt) # daylight-aware class.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
If utcoffset() does not return None, dst() should not return None either........
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
dst(self, dt).......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
tz.utcoffset(dt) - tz.dst(dt).......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
Most implementations of dst() will probably look like one of these two:.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
The default implementation of dst() raises NotImplementedError........
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
dtdst = dt.dst().......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
dtdst = dt.dst().......
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def dst(self, dt):.......
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if self._isdst(dt):.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
def dst(self, dt):.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
if self._isdst(dt):.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
return _time.tzname[self._isdst(dt)].......
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def _isdst(self, dt):.......
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if self.dst(dt):.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
return self.stdoffset + self.dst(dt).......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
def dst(self, dt):.......
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TITLE : 6.9.6 tzinfo Objects
When DST starts (the "start" line), the local wall clock leaps from 1:59 to 3:00. A wall time of the form 2:MM doesn't really make sense on that day, so astimezone(Eastern) won't deliver a result with hour==2 on the day DST begins. In order for astimezone() to make this guarantee, the rzinfo.dst() method must consider times in the "missing hour" (2:MM for Eastern) to be in daylight time........
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TITLE : pytz - World Timezone Definitions for Python — pytz 2014.10 documentation
The tzinfo instances returned by the timezone() function have been extended to cope with ambiguous times by adding an is_dst parameter to the utcoffset(), dst() && tzname() methods........
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TITLE : pytz - World Timezone Definitions for Python — pytz 2014.10 documentation
>>> tz.dst(normal, is_dst=True).......
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>>> tz.dst(ambiguous, is_dst=True).......
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>>> tz.dst(normal, is_dst=False).......
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>>> tz.dst(ambiguous, is_dst=False).......
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>>> tz.dst(normal).......
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tz.dst(ambiguous).......
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