The contains() method of the Node interface returns a boolean value indicating whether a node is a descendant of a given node, that is the node itself, one of its direct children (childNodes), one of the children's direct children, and so on.
This function checks to see if an element is in the page's body. As contains is inclusive and determining if the body contains itself isn't the intention of isInPage this case explicitly returns false.
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On .NET Framework: Create a custom method. The following example illustrates one such approach. It defines a String extension method that includes a StringComparison parameter and indicates whether a string contains a substring when using the specified form of string comparison.
Returns true if search contains item. If search is an array, this function returns true if the item is an element in the array. If search is a string, this function returns true if the item is a substring of search. This function is not case sensitive. Casts values to a string.
When this happens, the value is an empty string, and there is no programmaticway for Cypress to filter elements by the label displayed by the user agent.This can cause unexpected failures when using cy.contains() with submitbuttons.
The matching text can appear directly within the selected element, in any of that element's descendants, or a combination thereof. As with attribute value selectors, text inside the parentheses of :contains() can be written as a bare word or surrounded by quotation marks. The text must have matching case to be selected.
RxGroovy also implements the exists operator. It is similar to contains but tests items emitted by the source Observable against a predicate function you supply, rather than testing them for identity with a particular object. The Observable returned from exists will return true if the source Observable emits an item that satisfies your predicate function, and false if it completes without emitting such an item.
RxJava also implements the exists operator. It is similar to contains but tests items emitted by the source Observable against a predicate function you supply, rather than testing them for identity with a particular object. The Observable returned from exists will return true if the source Observable emits an item that satisfies your predicate function, and false if it completes without emitting such an item.
The contains function can be used as the conditional statement within the following If functions: avgIf, minIf, distinct_countIf, countIf, maxIf, medianIf, stdevIf, stdevpIf, sumIf, varIf, and varpIf.
If the point passed into Contains is inside the bounding box a value of True is returned. Points on the min and max limits (corners and edges) of the bounding box are considered inside.Note: If Bounds.extents contains a negative value in any coordinate thenBounds.Contains will always return False.
The contains method determines whether the collection contains a given item. You may pass a closure to the contains method to determine if an element exists in the collection matching a given truth test:
The contains method uses \"loose\" comparisons when checking item values, meaning a string with an integer value will be considered equal to an integer of the same value. Use the containsStrict method to filter using \"strict\" comparisons.
The implode method joins items in a collection. Its arguments depend on the type of items in the collection. If the collection contains arrays or objects, you should pass the key of the attributes you wish to join, and the \"glue\" string you wish to place between the values:
Collections also provide support for \"higher order messages\", which are short-cuts for performing common actions on collections. The collection methods that provide higher order messages are: average, avg, contains, each, every, filter, first, flatMap, groupBy, keyBy, map, max, min, partition, reject, skipUntil, skipWhile, some, sortBy, sortByDesc, sum, takeUntil, takeWhile, and unique.
A new study finds that natural gas used in homes throughout the Greater Boston area contains varying levels of volatile organic chemicals that when leaked are known to be toxic, linked to cancer, and can form secondary health-damaging pollutants such as particulate matter and ozone. The research by the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, PSE Healthy Energy, Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), Gas Safety Inc., Boston University, and Home Energy Efficiency Team (HEET) was published in Environmental Science & Technology.
Let's say you want to ensure that a column contains text, not numbers. Or, perhapsyou want to find all orders that correspond to a specific salesperson. If you have no concern for upper- or lowercase text, there are several ways to check if a cell contains text.
RDF is a directed, labeled graph data format for representing information in the Web. This specification defines the syntax and semantics of the SPARQL query language for RDF. SPARQL can be used to express queries across diverse data sources, whether the data is stored natively as RDF or viewed as RDF via middleware. SPARQL contains capabilities for querying required and optional graph patterns along with their conjunctions and disjunctions. SPARQL also supports aggregation, subqueries, negation, creating values by expressions, extensible value testing, and constraining queries by source RDF graph. The results of SPARQL queries can be result sets or RDF graphs.
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An RDF Dataset may contain zero named graphs; an RDF Dataset always contains one default graph. A query does not need to involve matching the default graph; the query can just involve matching named graphs.
The access to the graph can be conditional on other information. For example, if the default graph contains metadata about the named graphs in the dataset, then a query like the following one can extract one graph based on information about the named graph:
Some types of iterable may have a different equality used for its elements.For example, a Set may have a custom equality(see Set.identity) that its contains uses.Likewise the Iterable returned by a Map.keys callshould use the same equality that the Map uses for keys.
Example: Each of the following DE-9IM text codes are valid for testing whether a polygon geometry completely contains a line geometry: TTTFFTFFT (Boolean), 'T******FF*' (ignore irrelevant intersections), or '102FF*FF*' (dimension form). Each returns the same result.
Fields splits the string s around each instance of one or more consecutive white spacecharacters, as defined by unicode.IsSpace, returning a slice of substrings of s or anempty slice if s contains only white space.
The Java String class contains() method searches the sequence of characters in this string. It returns true if the sequence of char values is found in this string otherwise returns false. 153554b96e