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## Sort array of objects by subarray property value in javascript

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I have an array of JavaScript objects: var people = [ { "name": "Edward", "age": 100, "wallet": { "location": "home", "cash": 500 }, "bank": { "location": "bank street", "cash": 22100 } }, { "name": "Lisa", "age": 30, "wallet": { "location": "home", "cash": 20 }, "bank": { "location": "bank street", "cash":...

## Sorting and displaying values systematically from a multi-dimensional PHP array

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Below I've appended the \$var_dump of an array that I've created through user-actions involving an HTML form. I'm certainly willing to consider other strategies for achieving the final effect (and I'm not, to be honest, positive that it would not be better achieved via WordPress functions, since that's the environment...

## C# subarray of strings with LINQ

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I have an array of strings and I have to take only those entries, which are starting with "81" or "82". I've tried it like this: var lines = File.ReadAllLines(fileName); // This returns an array of strings lines = lines.TakeWhile(item => item.StartsWith("81") ||item.StartsWith("82")).ToArray(); but this just doesn't work. It retuns...

## How to get a subarray in numpy

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I have an 3d array and I want to get a sub-array of size (2n+1) centered around an index indx. Using slices I can use y[slice(indx[0]-n,indx[0]+n+1),slice(indx[1]-n,indx[1]+n+1),slice(indx[2]-n,indx[2]+n+1)] which will only get uglier if I want a different size for each dimension. Is there a nicer way to do this....