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revised Is it possible to write a regex that does one search then uses its results to do another search?
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comment Is it possible to write a regex that does one search then uses its results to do another search?
@Ixrec: first, the answer is not no, see mine. Second, this post can be interpreted as a general question about what is possible with regular expressions, which is clearly a conceptual one, at least in my eyes.
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comment Best way to flatten an XML document
then I recommend to use whatever works, and not to overanalyse. Looking for "the best" solution makes IMHO only sense when you have clarity about your criteria for "best".
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comment Best way to flatten an XML document
Hive is a "data warehouse" DBMs. Tables in such a system should be optimized for the queries you want to run, that is nothing you can determine from just looking at the XML structure of your input data.
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comment Best way to flatten an XML document
@swdev: "I am more going for just single unnormalize table file format since it much easier to code" - sounds you are approaching this from the wrong direction. The first thing you should ask not is "what is easier to code" but "what are the requirements". And I guess your requirements are not just "store the data somehow in Hive", but "store them there for doing specific queries". Packing collections into single fields will prevent querying, so that is probably not what you want.
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comment What is the technical term for anything that can obtain a reference?
@oscilatingcretin: I guess those questions you mentioned have good answers as well. For your question, however, there is probably no good answer. And other's don't seem to miss an official term, so your question makes the impression of beeing a very artificial problem.
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comment Open / Closed Principle
@DavidArno: it is both, an OCP example and what you wrote.
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comment Generate equally sized areas in polygon
@SergeyLukin: I changed my answer a little bit to take NiklasJ's comment into account.
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comment Generate equally sized areas in polygon
@NiklasJ: you are correct, see my improved answer which takes this into account.