Now that BigQuery supports async on #standardSQL, how can I convert this #legacySQL function to run on #standardSQL?  #legacySQL SELECT SUM(s) FROM js((   SELECT FLOOR(RAND()*100000) group, NEST(requests) as x   FROM (     SELECT requests, content_si...
As you can read here: https://forum.vuejs.org/t/wasm-how-to-correctly-call-a-webassembly-method-in-vue-js/83422/24 I'm trying to figure out how to import a module generated by emscripten in Vue.js in order to call its methods.  Following the indi...
Find length of line 300* slower  First of I have read the answer to Why is my WebAssembly function slower than the JavaScript equivalent?  But it has shed little light on the problem, and I have invested a lot of time that may well be that yellow stu...
I would like to test WebAssembly for doing some complex array calculations.   So I've written a simple C++ function adding two int arrays containing 3 elements each  :  // hello.cpp extern "C" {  void array_add(int * summed, int* a, int*...
I have this simple Rust function:  #[no_mangle] pub fn compute(operator: &str, n1: i32, n2: i32) -> i32 {     match operator {         "SUM" => n1 + n2,         "DIFF" => n1 - n2,         "MULT" => n1 * n2,...
I have a wasm process (compiled from c++) that processes data inside a web application. Let's say the necessary code looks like this:  std::vector<JSONObject> data for (size_t i = 0; i < data.size(); i++) {     process_data(data[i]);...
I'm new to WebAssembly and Emscripten and am trying to pass an array of strings in JavaScript to a C function for further processing with Module.cwrap(...). Ideally I'd also like to return an array of strings back to JavaScript from C.  Below...
I'm looking to pass user-submitted data to a c++ function which I've compiled to wasm. The data is a file which the user submits on the front end via an input tag, like so:  <input type="file" onChange={this.handleFile.bind(this)}...
(New to OpenGL / Emscripten)   For a stock trading client application I'm building there is the need of 40+ open charts. About 50% of them being in some sort of 'Free draw' state, meaning they show candlesticks plus other lines/arrows/ima...
I'm following along with the call from JavaScript tutorial. Instead of using node, I'm calling directly from a web browser:  hello_world/index.html  <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en">   <head></head>   <body&g...

Tags

Recent Questions

Top Questions

Home Tags Terms of Service Privacy Policy DMCA Contact Us

©2020 All rights reserved.