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How does it send slight different emails to multiple recipients, though having them in common 'to' section?

So I was trying mixmax - the chrome extension and got to know it tracks email open event even though the same mail is sent to multiple recipients and it is able to identify receivers properly. I checked and found that it adds different pixel URLs for all receivers, mail looks same (that's not my con...
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What is need of Assign/Deassign in Verilog?

I am here giving here 2 Verilog modules, which during simulation behaves same. But I don't understand that why to use assign/deassign in these modules, i.e. what is the difference between these 2 codes? // Code 1 - Without assign-deassign module dff (q,qbar,clk,reset,d) input clk, reset, d; output r...
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Cannot access page on Refresh due to Hasbangs in a React SPA

I'm using a ReactJS SPA created from https://github.com/facebookincubator/create-react-app I'm using S3 and Cloudfront to serve my website. Everything works fine until I reload the page - it throws an error (Access denied in my case) as it is not able to handle without the Hashbang. Note: It works f...
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Vhdl Type mismatch error

I am having a type mismatch error, but all values are of same type std_logic. Here is the code Nx, Ny - generics ipx - an input port vector tempx, tempz - signals ipx : in std_logic_vector(Nx-1 downto 0); ....... signal tempx : std_logic_vector(Ny-1 downto 0) := ipx(Nx-1 downto Nx-Ny); (Signal init...
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About sequential code in FPGAs

In VHDL, in a process all steps will be executed sequentially, but I wonder how an FPGA can execute steps sequentially. I am very confused about how sequential assignments, functions and similar are being generated in an FPGA, so can anyone throw some light on this topic? process(d, clk) begin...
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Usage of Clocking Blocks in Systemverilog

What is the exact usage of Clocking Blocks in System Verilog, and how does it differ from normal always @ (posedge clk) block? Some differences, which I know : Clocking Block samples input data from Preponed Region, whereas in normal always block, there are always chances of race condition. Clock...
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ATMEGA32 UART Communication

I am trying to do serial communication in ATMEGA32 and I have a question: In asynchronous serial communication both UBRRH and UCSRC registers have same location. I don't know which conditions that location will act as UBRRH and for which conditions, it will act as UCSRC. I need different values for...
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What is the meaning of an object of the class inside it's class-endclass definition?

What is the meaning of the following code (2nd line) in which inside class uvm_resource_pool definition, instance (object) rp is created? class uvm_resource_pool; static local uvm_resource_pool rp = get(); // Function: get // // Returns the singleton handle to the resource pool static function uvm_r...
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Regex in SV or UVM

What functions do I need to call to use Regular Expressions in Systemverilog/UVM? Note: I'm not asking how to use regular expressions, just method names.
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Garbage character displayed while printing web fonts from Google Chrome

I have a problem with printing web fonts from Google chrome v 18 but it works totally fine with IE and Firefox, I am using CSS file to pass the web fonts and the code for it is as follows. @font-face { font-family: 'C39P24DmTtNormal'; src: url('WebFonts/v100025_-webfont.eot'); src: url('WebFonts/v10...
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IllegalArgumentException: A ServletContext is required

Can't get my spring boot application running on AWS instance.It works fine on my machine but it looks like autowiring resolves correctly in one environment but not in another.Looks like I need to clean up configuration classes a bit.Any ideas here? Thanks much. **Main class:** @Configuration @Enable...
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How do we use 'and' operator in array indexing? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: How does the logical `and` operator work with integers in Python? [duplicate] 2 answers Python's Logical Operator AND 6 answers I found one code that used A[i][j] += min(A[i - 1][j and j - 1:j + 2]) I tried similar implementation as shown below which gave...
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automatically appends string in strcat function

I am having a problem with strcat() function. Please explain me how that function works. char a[] = "AT"; char x[] = "KA"; char y = 'X'; sen(a); s = strcat(a, "+CMGF="); sen(s); s = strcat(s, "\r\n"); sen(s); s = strcat(s, &y); sen(s); getch(); return 0; S is a glopal character pointer & sen() is a...
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Google Home dialogue flow agent authentication error

Error:- Buckets: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: com.google.api.services.storage.Storage$Buckets$List.setUserProject(Ljava/lang/String;)Lcom/google/api/services/storage/Storage$Buckets$List; at com.google.cloud.storage.spi.v1.HttpStorageRpc.list(HttpStorageRpc.java:311) at co...
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Not able to understand if in #define

Can anyone help me to understand the meaning of this line? I know it's kind of macro structure, but what does , suggest in the code?? #define ReturnErr(fCall) if (iErr = (fCall), (iErr != NO_ERRORS)) {return iErr;}
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Multiple Clock Assertion in Systemverilog

Here is the Design Code : module mul_clock (input clkA, clkB, in, output out); bit temp; reg x[2:0]; always @ (posedge clkA) temp @(posedge clkB) (out == x[2] ^ x[1], x[1] = x[0]) |=> @(posedge clkB) (out == x[2] ^ x[1], x[2] = x[1]); endproperty Note : With always block and a single clock asserti...
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