Ltgt: Less Than, Greater Than Ranges

ltgt

implement correct ranges for level-*

example

var ltgt = require('ltgt')

ltgt.start(range) //the start of the range
ltgt.end(range)   //the end of the range

//returns the lower/upper bound, whether it's inclusive or not.
ltgt.lowerBound(range)
ltgt.upperBound(range)

ltgt.lt(range)
ltgt.gt(range)
ltgt.lte(range)
ltgt.gte(range)

//return wether this is a reversed order
//(this is significant for start/end ranges
ltgt.reverse(range)
var filter = ltgt.filter(range)

filter(key) == true //if key contained in range.

ltgt.contains(range, key)

ways to specify ranges

there have been a variety of ways to specify ranges in level-*. this module supports them all.

gt/gte, lt/lte

specify a range between a lower bound (gt, gte) and an upper bound (lt, lte)

if gte and gt is undefined, read from the start of the database, if lte and lt is undefined, read until the end of the database,

min, max

legacy level-sublevel style, synonym for gte, lte.

start, end, reverse

legacy levelup style.

The range is from start -> end, start does not specify the lowest record, instead it specifies the first record to be read. However, reverse must also be passed correctly. This is way to specify a range is confusing if you need to read in reverse, so it's strongly recommended to use gt/gte,lt/lte.

If reverse is true, start must be undefined or less than end, unless end is undefined.

if reverse is false end must be undefined or greater than start, unless start is undefined.

if start is undefined, read from the first record in the database if end is undefined read until the last record in the database.

api

ltgt.contains(range, key, compare)

using the provided compare method, return true if key is within range. compare defaults to ltgt.compare

ltgt.filter(range, compare)

return a function that returns true if it's argument is within range. can be passed to Array.filter

[1,2,3,4,5].filter(ltgt.filter({gt: 2, lte: 4})
// => [3, 4]

ltgt.lowerBound(range)

return the lower bound of range. Incase the lower bound is specified with gt, check ltgt.lowerBoundExclusive

ltgt.upperBound(range)

return the upperBound of range. Incase the upper bound is specified with gt, check ltgt.upperBoundExclusive

ltgt.lowerBoundExclusive(range)

return true if upper bound is exclusive.

ltgt.upperBoundExclusive(range)

return true if lower bound is exclusive.

ltgt.start(range, default)

The start of the range. This takes into account direction (reverse) If a start is not provided, default is used.

ltgt.end(range, default)

The end of the range. This takes into account direction (reverse) If a end is not provided, default is used.

ltgt.startInclusive(range)

returns true if the range should start at the exact value returned by start(range) otherwise, it should skip one input.

ltgt.endInclusive(range)

returns true if the range should include the exact value returned by end(range) otherwise, it should end on that value.

ltgt.toLtgt(range, _range, map, lowerBound, upperBound)

convert a range to a new ltgt range. _range is the object to return - if you want to mutate range call ltgt.toLtgt(range, range, map)

map gets called on each key in the range, and wether it's an upper or lower bound - so can be used as an encode function.

map(value, isUpperBound) if isUpperBound is false, this is the lower bound.

Author: Dominictarr
Source Code: https://github.com/dominictarr/ltgt 
License: MIT license 

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Ltgt: Less Than, Greater Than Ranges

What is Less Network (LESS) | What is Less Network token | What is LESS token

In this article, we’ll discuss information about the Less Network project and LESS token

Blockchain technology continues to be adapted and integrated into our everyday lives at an incredible speed. Decentralized Finance (DeFi) undoubtedly is one of the biggest and most promising fields of adoption of blockchain technologies. Due to this rapid evolution and vast variety of protocols, for an average user it is hard to keep up and take full advantage of the possibilities. A user, new to DeFi, is most likely lost without hours of research. With LESS we have the vision to solve this issue by offering you all the DeFi services you love and need in one place: The Less network.

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Why you want LESS:

The goal of the LessNetwork is to provide tools for traders and investors to get the most out of the entire DeFi space without having to search for the information in a wide range of non-standardized platforms and websites. LessNetwork will support live-trading, historical data, live charts, top gainers, Multiswap, Pathfinder and much more combined in just one platform. We do not stop there. Imagine having these services for every major DeFi Protocol like Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Tron and others all in one place! We are LessNetwork and we are coming!

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Evaluate real-time data at your fingertips to trade the best strategies and successfully manage your portfolio. LessTools helps you to anticipate the market movements and to explore many pools, pairs and swaps.

Ecosystem

Less****Pad

A decentralized launchpad that will allow easy listing of exceptional project. We support you to raise funds for new projects and enable investors to receive early access to token sales.

Less****Tools

Evaluate real-time data, for successful trading strategies and manage your portfolio. Less Tools helps you predict the market movement, explore various pools, pairs and swaps.

Less****Dex

LessDex is a multi-chain decentralized exchange aggregator that can be connected with leading exchanges. We assist you to find the price rates across networks.

Less****NFT

An NFT marketplace and ability to operate NFTs. You can create your own NFTs and buy/sell other NFTs available on the platform.

FEATURES

Charts — Follow and analyse the best pairs with real time graphics, transactions and much more.

Top gainers — Coins with the biggest gains in the last 24 hours

Wallet Info — Save, track and research wallets

Notifications — Get live notifications on your favourite coins and pairs.

Bots — Create your own trading strategies for maximum profitability.

Subscriptions — Stake LESS to enable features.

LessDex

A multi-chain decentralized exchange aggregator that connects you with all leading exchanges in order to find the price rates across networks.

FEATURES

Multiswap — View and interact with multiple pairs on a single screen.

Pathfinder — find the most efficient paths for a token swap and split between different protocols in the shortest possible time.

LessNFT

Discover, collect, and sell extraordinary NFTs. With LessNFT you can even create your own NFTs and offer them for sale on the platform.

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Supported Chains:

The Less Token

is the one and only token to power the whole Less ecosystem.

Key Information

⦁ Token Name: LessToken
⦁ Ticker: LESS
⦁ ERC20 Contract :  0x62786eeacc9246b4018e0146cb7a3efeacd9459d
⦁ BEP20 Contract :  0xb698AC9bC82C718D8ebA9590564B9a5AA53D58e6
⦁ Token type: Utility, Governance.
⦁ Total Supply: 125,000,000 LESS
Uniswap / PancakeSWAP Liquidy: 18,750,000 - LESS 15%
Team: 5,000,000 - LESS 4% LOCKED 1 Year
Marketing: 8,750,000
LESS 7% Locked 3 Months
Ecosystem: 42,500,000 - 34% Locked

TOKEN ALLOCATION

⦁ Public Sale: 50,000,000 (40%)
⦁ Locked Liquidity: 18,750,000 (15%)

-Uniswap : 12,500,000 (10%)
-PancakeSwapV2 : 6,250,000 (5%)
⦁ Ecosystem Development: 42,500,000 (34%) Locked
⦁ Team: 5,000,000 (4%) 1 Year Locked
⦁ Marketing & Advisors: 8,750,000 (7%) 2 Months Locked

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Roadmap

This is a floating Roadmap, so timelines are flexible. We will listen to community feedback and requests to adjust our roadmap accordingly. So please do understand that this roadmap, especially for items outside of imminent release, is subject to change.

Q2 2021

⦁ Less Presale
⦁ LessPad ETH/BSC Chain
⦁ LessTools Beta
⦁ CEX Listing

Q3 2021

⦁ LessTools platform release
⦁ LessNFT ETH/BSC chain release
⦁ New Chains Integrated
⦁ Project X: More to come!

Q4 2021

⦁ LessDex Full Launch
⦁ Research & Integrate New Chains
⦁ Crosschain features live with added integrations into LessDex
⦁ Project X Full Launch (more info coming)

How and Where to Buy LESS token ?

LESS token is now live on the Ethereum mainnet. The token address for LESS is 0x62786Eeacc9246b4018e0146cb7a3efeACD9459D. Be cautious not to purchase any other token with a smart contract different from this one (as this can be easily faked). We strongly advise to be vigilant and stay safe throughout the launch. Don’t let the excitement get the best of you.

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You will have to first buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Binance (BNB)…

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Next step

You need a wallet address to Connect to Uniswap Decentralized Exchange, we use Metamask wallet

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Transfer $ETH to your new Metamask wallet from your existing wallet

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Contract: 0x62786Eeacc9246b4018e0146cb7a3efeACD9459D

Read more: What is Uniswap | Beginner’s Guide on How to Use Uniswap

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Ltgt: Less Than, Greater Than Ranges

ltgt

implement correct ranges for level-*

example

var ltgt = require('ltgt')

ltgt.start(range) //the start of the range
ltgt.end(range)   //the end of the range

//returns the lower/upper bound, whether it's inclusive or not.
ltgt.lowerBound(range)
ltgt.upperBound(range)

ltgt.lt(range)
ltgt.gt(range)
ltgt.lte(range)
ltgt.gte(range)

//return wether this is a reversed order
//(this is significant for start/end ranges
ltgt.reverse(range)
var filter = ltgt.filter(range)

filter(key) == true //if key contained in range.

ltgt.contains(range, key)

ways to specify ranges

there have been a variety of ways to specify ranges in level-*. this module supports them all.

gt/gte, lt/lte

specify a range between a lower bound (gt, gte) and an upper bound (lt, lte)

if gte and gt is undefined, read from the start of the database, if lte and lt is undefined, read until the end of the database,

min, max

legacy level-sublevel style, synonym for gte, lte.

start, end, reverse

legacy levelup style.

The range is from start -> end, start does not specify the lowest record, instead it specifies the first record to be read. However, reverse must also be passed correctly. This is way to specify a range is confusing if you need to read in reverse, so it's strongly recommended to use gt/gte,lt/lte.

If reverse is true, start must be undefined or less than end, unless end is undefined.

if reverse is false end must be undefined or greater than start, unless start is undefined.

if start is undefined, read from the first record in the database if end is undefined read until the last record in the database.

api

ltgt.contains(range, key, compare)

using the provided compare method, return true if key is within range. compare defaults to ltgt.compare

ltgt.filter(range, compare)

return a function that returns true if it's argument is within range. can be passed to Array.filter

[1,2,3,4,5].filter(ltgt.filter({gt: 2, lte: 4})
// => [3, 4]

ltgt.lowerBound(range)

return the lower bound of range. Incase the lower bound is specified with gt, check ltgt.lowerBoundExclusive

ltgt.upperBound(range)

return the upperBound of range. Incase the upper bound is specified with gt, check ltgt.upperBoundExclusive

ltgt.lowerBoundExclusive(range)

return true if upper bound is exclusive.

ltgt.upperBoundExclusive(range)

return true if lower bound is exclusive.

ltgt.start(range, default)

The start of the range. This takes into account direction (reverse) If a start is not provided, default is used.

ltgt.end(range, default)

The end of the range. This takes into account direction (reverse) If a end is not provided, default is used.

ltgt.startInclusive(range)

returns true if the range should start at the exact value returned by start(range) otherwise, it should skip one input.

ltgt.endInclusive(range)

returns true if the range should include the exact value returned by end(range) otherwise, it should end on that value.

ltgt.toLtgt(range, _range, map, lowerBound, upperBound)

convert a range to a new ltgt range. _range is the object to return - if you want to mutate range call ltgt.toLtgt(range, range, map)

map gets called on each key in the range, and wether it's an upper or lower bound - so can be used as an encode function.

map(value, isUpperBound) if isUpperBound is false, this is the lower bound.

Author: Dominictarr
Source Code: https://github.com/dominictarr/ltgt 
License: MIT license 

#javascript #node 

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How to Replace the If Function in Excel with Python Pandas

Simple conditional logic in excel can get very complex whenever you start having multiple conditionals. With only one line to include your conditionals, or having to write VBA, Excel isn't as user friendly for these operations.

Sample Data
https://github.com/Derrick-Sherrill/DerrickSherrill.com/blob/master/Sample%20Data/sample_scores.xlsx 

Full code from the video:

https://github.com/Derrick-Sherrill/DerrickSherrill.com/blob/master/replace_excel_if.py 

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd

scores_df = pd.read_excel('sample_scores.xlsx')
#print(scores_df)

scores_df['average'] = scores_df.mean(axis=1)

#scores_df['Pass/Fail'] = np.where(scores_df['average'] #greater than 60, 'Pass', 'Fail')
#print(scores_df)

conditions = [
# "Angled Brackets aren't allowed" in YouTube Descriptions. :(
]
results = ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'F']

scores_df['Letter Grade'] = np.select(conditions, results)
#print(scores_df)

scores_df['Pass/Fail'] = ['Pass' if x #greater than 60 else 'fail' for x in scores_df['average']]
print(scores_df)

Packages (& Versions) used in this video:
Pandas 1.1.3
NumPy

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Code from this tutorial and all my others can be found on my GitHub:
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Footer is defined important points like link, basic into, and social icons. So here we made the basic footer in less with the help of CSS properties and HTML.

In this element, we used LESS mixings, variables, and CSS flexbox properties. To make it more attritive and beautiful we used the best color combination for background color and text colors. To make responsive we used media queries.

Make it yours now by using it, downloading it, and please share it. we will design more elements for you.

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