Repeat whole row N times based on column value in Google Sheets

Give a try on below formula- =INDEX(SPLIT(FLATTEN(SPLIT(JOIN(“”,INDEX(REPT(BYROW(A2:D3,LAMBDA(x,TEXTJOIN(“|”,0,x)))&”@”,E2:E3))),”@”)),”|”)) To make it dynamic spill array, use- =INDEX(SPLIT(FLATTEN(SPLIT(JOIN(“”,INDEX(REPT(BYROW(A2:INDEX(D2:D,MATCH(“zzz”,D2:D)),LAMBDA(x,TEXTJOIN(“|”,0,x)))&”@”,E2:INDEX(E2:E,MATCH(9^9,E2:E))))),”@”)),”|”))

How can I globally set the PATH environment variable in VS Code?

If you only need the $PATH to be set in the integrated terminal, you can use VS Code’s terminal.integrated.env.<platform> variable (added in version 1.15). Press Cmd+Shift+P (or Ctrl+Shift+P) and search for “Preferences: Open Settings (JSON)”. Then add the following entry to the settings file: “terminal.integrated.env.osx”: { “PATH”: “…:/usr/bin:/bin:…” } (Replace .osx with .linux or .windows … Read more

Why does a std::atomic store with sequential consistency use XCHG?

mov-store + mfence and xchg are both valid ways to implement a sequential-consistency store on x86. The implicit lock prefix on an xchg with memory makes it a full memory barrier, like all atomic RMW operations on x86. (x86’s memory-ordering rules essentially make that full-barrier effect the only option for any atomic RMW: it’s both … Read more

Why are str.count(”) and len(str) giving different outputs when used on an empty string?

str.count() counts non-overlapping occurrences of the substring: Return the number of non-overlapping occurrences of substring sub. There is exactly one such place where the substring ” occurs in the string ”: right at the start. So the count should return 1. Generally speaking, the empty string will match at all positions in a given string, … Read more