Questions tagged [scope]

In computer programming, the scope of an identifier is the part of a computer program where the identifier, a name that refers to some entity in the program, can be used to find the referred entity.

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See the Progress of the Powershell Jobs you are running

This code allows you monitor the progress of the Powershell Jobs you just started. One of the key features is the ability to stop the other Jobs when 1 is failed. For example, if you are running some ...
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Angular controller scope inheritance vs service

On my site I have a navbar component that I want to customize for each and every ng-view I end up loading. Currently I'm doing ...
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Create an isolated dependency scope with “overrides” in Asp.Net Core

Some of the classes in my multi-tenant Asp.Net Core application depend on database repositories which in turn depend on a delegate called GetCurrentTenantKey. In ...
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Memory release after joblib.Parallel [python]

Stuck with the issue with memory consumption - after running joblib's Parallel, deleting results and gc.collect() -ing I still have increased memory (checking by htop for process line). Found no way ...
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“Multi” scope guard using template argument deducing feature

Using modern C++ feature template argument deduction for class templates and folding expressions it is possible to implement "multi" scope guard utility, which have right order of functor calls: <...
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Fake closure to provide variable scoping in SASS

For some time I've wanted a way to provide private scope to variables, functions, etc. that needed to be used across multiple separate selections. As far as I'm aware there is no official solution for ...
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Eloquent Scope and Normal Way

I read the documentation part of Eloquent, especially scopes: Scopes allow you to easily re-use query logic in your models. To define a scope, simply prefix a model method with scope: And so, with ...