Using g++ and Makefile to compile C language programs based on Linux (Ubuntu) system

Using g++ and Makefile to compile C language programs based on Linux (Ubuntu) system Preface 1. Install Ubuntu Introduction to Ubuntu Ubuntu installation steps After installation, enter the system 2. Compile using g++ Install g++ Write a program and compile and run it The difference between g++ and gcc Experimental case Experimental requirements experiment one […]

golang-bufio buffer scan

The previous two blogs introduced buffered reading and writing (bufio.go) in the bufio package. Next, we will introduce buffered scanning (scan.go). This scan is a higher-level wrapper for cache reads, providing some easier-to-use methods. Buffered Scan Scanner provides a convenient interface for reading data, such as a file of newline-delimited lines of text. It can […]

[LangChain Series 8] Prompt Template – Few Samples Prompt Template (2)

Original address: [LangChain Series 8] Prompt Template – Few Samples Prompt Template (2) Quick reading of this article: Fixed few sample prompt template Dynamic few-sample prompt template The basic usage of few-sample templates was introduced in the previous article. This article will introduce the usage of few-sample prompt templates in dialog model (chat model). LangChain […]

C language internal skill training—detailed explanation of pointers (beginner level)

Foreword: They say that it only takes a few weeks to speak a language. I disagree with this statement, at least not after I learned C language pointers. Do not believe? Come show your talents: //Code 1 (*(void (*)())0)(); //Code 2 void (*signal(int , void(*)(int)))(int); These two lines of code are from “C Pitfalls and […]

Guide to using golang flag package

Speaking of golang’s flag package, what is our first reaction? At least when I saw the flag package for the first time, my first reaction was to remember that when writing C language, we used it to define a representation. We usually named it the flag variable In fact, golang’s flag package is a tool […]

Mybatis dynamic language – mybatis-thymeleaf

Earlier we introduced the use of Mybatis dynamic SQL; in this article we introduce the use of mybatis-thymeleaf dynamic language to generate dynamic SQL. If you don’t know much about Mybatis dynamic SQL, it is recommended that you understand it first before reading this article. You can refer to: Mybatis dynamic SQL – use if, […]

PSP – Protein Sequence Extraction Transformer Protein Language Model ESM2 Features

Welcome to follow my CSDN: URL of this article: Protein language model ESM (Evolutionary Scale Modeling) is a method that uses deep learning technology to predict protein structure and function. ESM learns the evolutionary rules of proteins and the sequence-structure-function relationship by training an autoregressive neural network on a large-scale protein sequence database. […]

Main modules of langchain (5): Agent and Wandb

langchain2 Agent and Wandb langchain 1. Concept 2. Main modules Model I/O Data connection Chain assembly (Chains) Agents Memory Callbacks 3.Agent Action Agent: Plan-and-Execute-Agent: Search Tools 4.wandb 1.Register 2.Installation 3.Log in 4.Use 5. Open the URL to view 6. Use in langchain langchain 1. Concept What is LangChain? Origin: LangChain came about when Harrison was […]

clang-format and cppcheck automation scripts

Ubuntu installs clang-format and cppcheck# code format automatic adjustment & amp;check clang-format format adjustment Install clang-format: sudo apt install clang-format Generate .clang-format file: clang-format -style=google -dump-config > ~/.clang-format Modify the maximum width of each row, ColumnLimit, to 120. The following is the modified code, which can be saved to the ~/.clang-format file. — Language: Cpp […]