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The .unwrap() method removes the element's parent and returns the unwrapped content. This is effectively the inverse of the .wrap() method. The matched elements (and their siblings, if any) replace their parents within the DOM structure.




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Unlike unwrap, this method is known to never panic on theresult types it is implemented for. Therefore, it can be usedinstead of unwrap as a maintainability safeguard that will failto compile if the error type of the Result is later changedto an error that can actually occur.


Unlike unwrap_err, this method is known to never panic on theresult types it is implemented for. Therefore, it can be usedinstead of unwrap_err as a maintainability safeguard that will failto compile if the ok type of the Result is later changedto a type that can actually occur.


For the default case where period is \(2\pi\) and discont is\(\pi\), this unwraps a radian phase p such that adjacent differencesare never greater than \(\pi\) by adding \(2k\pi\) for someinteger \(k\).


Use of remark-unwrap-images does not involve rehype (hast) oruser content, it only removes some existing nodes, so there are no openings forcross-site scripting (XSS) attacks.


unwrap() is used here to handle the errors quickly. It can be used on any function that returns Result or Option (Option is also enum). If the function returns an Ok(value), you will get the value. If the function returns an Err(error), the program will panic.


Successive unwrapping of an error creates a tree. The Is and Asfunctions inspect an error's tree by examining first the erroritself followed by the tree of each of its children in turn(pre-order, depth-first traversal).


The calling logic may wish to treat these actions as if they were the original promise contents. The promise returned by the dispatched thunk has an unwrap property which can be called to extract the payload of a fulfilled action or to throw either the error or, if available, payload created by rejectWithValue from a rejected action:


This mode will create seams around the selected polygons. The entire mesh will be unwrapped based on the existing (and newly added) seams, depending on the Processing Mode. In fact, you will create a new island from the selected polygons.


Working in Face or Edge mode makes changes to the selected islands anyway. If you need to unwrap an island without adding seams or splittings it, use Vertex selection mode. You can select only one vertex or several. This will tell the operator which island you want to work with. It is most convenient to use this mode together with the Processing Mode - Selected Only.


The unwrap function requires that the difference between two succesive data should be less than or greater than 2*jump. Otherwise no jump is made for that phase and the original data is maintained. And, if the number of phase data points is one, no phase is unwrapped and the original data is maintained.


If you want to use an image that is tileable,the surface will be covered in a smooth repetition of that image,with the image skewed to fit the shape of each individual face.Use this unwrapping option to reset the map and undo any unwrapping (go back to the start).


The unwrapKey() method of the SubtleCrypto interface "unwraps" a key. This means that it takes as its input a key that has been exported and then encrypted (also called "wrapped"). It decrypts the key and then imports it, returning a CryptoKey object that can be used in the Web Crypto API.


To unwrap, we ask the user for the password and use PBKDF2 and some salt to derive the AES-KW unwrapping key. The salt needs to be the same as the salt that was used to derive the original AES-KW key wrapping key.


To unwrap, we ask the user for the password and use PBKDF2 and some salt to derive the AES-GCM unwrapping key. The salt needs to be the same as the salt that was used to derive the original AES-GCM key wrapping key.


Once we have the unwrapping key we pass it into unwrapKey() with the wrapped key and other parameters. Note that when using AES-GCM we have to pass the iv value into unwrapKey(), and this must be the same as the iv that was used in the corresponding wrapKey() operation. See the complete code on GitHub.


\n The unwrapKey() method of the SubtleCrypto interface \"unwraps\" a key.\n This means that it takes as its input a key that has been exported and then encrypted (also called \"wrapped\").\n It decrypts the key and then imports it, returning a CryptoKey object that can be used in the Web Crypto API.\n


\n To unwrap, we ask the user for the password and use PBKDF2 and some salt to derive the\n AES-KW unwrapping key. The salt needs to be the same as the salt that was used to derive\n the original AES-KW key wrapping key.\n


\n To unwrap, we ask the user for the password and use PBKDF2 and some salt to derive the\n AES-GCM unwrapping key. The salt needs to be the same as the salt that was used to\n derive the original AES-GCM key wrapping key.\n


\n Once we have the unwrapping key we pass it into unwrapKey() with the\n wrapped key and other parameters. Note that when using AES-GCM we have to pass the iv\n value into unwrapKey(), and this must be the same as the iv that was used\n in the corresponding wrapKey() operation. See the complete code on GitHub.\n


We introduce a new representation for video which facilitates a number of common editing tasks. The representation has some of the power of a full reconstruction of 3D surface models from video, but is designed to be easy to recover from a priori unseen and uncalibrated footage. By modelling the image-formation process as a 2D-to-2D transformation from an object's texture map to the image, modulated by an object-space occlusion mask, we can recover a representation which we term the "unwrap mosaic". Many editing operations can be performed on the unwrap mosaic, and then re-composited into the original sequence, for example resizing objects, repainting textures, copying/cutting/pasting objects, and attaching effects layers to deforming objects.


The unWrapKey command in the key_mgmt_util tool imports a wrapped (encrypted) symmetric or private key from a file into the HSM. It is designed to import encrypted keys that were wrapped by the wrapKey command in key_mgmt_util, but it can also be used to unwrap keys that were wrapped with other tools. However, in those situations, we recommend using the PKCS#11 or JCE software libraries to unwrap the key.


These examples show how to use unWrapKey to import a wrapped key from a file into the HSMs. In the first example, we unwrap a key that was wrapped with the wrapKey key_mgmt_util command, and thus has a header. In the second example, we unwrap a key that was wrapped outside of key_mgmt_util, and thus does not have a header.


This command imports a wrapped copy of a 3DES symmetric key into an HSM. The key is unwrapped with an AES key with label 6, which is cryptographically identical to the one that was used to wrap the 3DES key. The output shows that the key in the file was unwrapped and imported, and that the imported key's handle is 29.


This command imports a wrapped copy of a 3DES symmetric key into an HSM. The key is unwrapped with an AES key with label 6, which is cryptographically identical to the one that was used to wrap the 3DES key. As this 3DES key was not wrapped with key_mgmt_util, the noheader parameter is specified, along with its required accompanying parameters: a key label (unwrapped3DES), key class (4), and key type (21). The output shows that the key in the file was unwrapped and imported, and that the imported key's handle is 8.


To create a wrapping key, use genSymKey to generate an AES key (type 31) or genRSAKeyPair to generate an RSA key pair (type 0). If you are using an RSA key pair, be sure to wrap the key with one of the keys, and unwrap it with the other. To verify that a key can be used as a wrapping key, use getAttribute to get the value of the OBJ_ATTR_WRAP attribute, which is represented by constant 262.


3.1 Seams If the geometry is a sphere (closed geometry) or in some instances a cylinder (a surface with holes) UV unwrapping will require you to set one or more seams. This is where Add Seam comes into play. Add Seam: This enables you to, in the preview, select where you want to have a seam. The seam will be highlighted in red. Enable Use as Direction Guide if you want the U direction of the UV-coordinates to follow the seam. When this is enabled, this type of seam will be highlighted in orange.


The Unwrap UV tool can be launched either from the Tools Section in the Ribbon, or via right-click on a part in the scene tree or Real-time view. If nothing has been selected when you launch the tool, a selection dialog will appear. Here you can select the part you want to unwrap in the list, or by clicking in the Real-time View, which will highlight the part in the list. Depending on the type of object you want to unwrap, you have 2 approaches:


Unwrap Shell: If your object is a simple shell (an object with open edges) you can use the Quick Unwrap, Unwrap Shell. This will unwrap your object in one click. The method will not work for sphere geometry (closed meshes) and for cylinders, you will get the best result using the Advanced Unwrap. 041b061a72


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