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Parsing Yelp using lxml - ignore html tag

I am trying to run the below code bit to extract Yelp review

from lxml import html  
import requests  
import csv  
page = requests.get('http://ift.tt/1ACxsgC')

review = tree.xpath('//p[@itemprop="description"]/text()')
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Get the Click event on setOnTouchListener

I am working in an android application and I want to get the click event in setOnTouchListener of a textview inside a custom Listview. When I returns true from the setOnTouchListener I get the click event correctly but the scroll of the ListView will not work at that part of the textview because I have already another click event in that ListView and I have already Overridden ListView setOnTouchListener. 174 more words

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Change the height of a view added dynamically

I am working in an android and I am adding a view dynamically to a linear layout. And I get the height of the view added dynamically from… 363 more words

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flush on boost::mapped_region superfluous?

I am experimenting with boost::interprocess::mapped_regions for fast reading/writing data.

My understanding is that once mapped regions points to a memory mapped object(in my case a boost::interprocess::file_mapping), any writes into the mapped_region will be reflected into the actual file only after I flush the mapped_region. 174 more words

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JSP Tag file that outputs the result (return value) to a variable instread of printing it out

I have a Custom JSP Tag File (Java Class) that extends TagSupport class. In this class, I have the doEndTag method that computes something and the output is written as shown below: 192 more words

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Where we can place the Page_Init in Razor

I have a Page_Init code for setting no cache in C# code.I need to change the code to razor.
In razor how can we initialise the Page_Init . 52 more words

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Efficiently joining over interval ranges in SQL

Suppose I have two tables as follows (data taken from this SO post):

Table d1:

 x start end
 a     1   3
 b     5  11
 c    19  22
 d    30  39
 e     7  25
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