### Import Python Script to SikuliX

When we need to import python script into sikulix workspace, here is one of the way to do:

1. Import sys
2. Append the path to the script into sys.path

Here is an example

import sys

import HTMLTestRunner

However, it has some limitations. You should refer to this document: https://answers.launchpad.net/sikuli/+faq/1114

### Find JIRA issues mentioned in Confluence Page

I have been walking through a lot of pages in internet but have not found any answer except one. However, the answer is not complete, so I will share my experience here. This feature is very useful, especially to summarize the issues found during certain tests, where the tests are reported in a confluence page. I found that there are so many questions about this, but Atlassian seems does not want to bother with this request. I found one way to do this by the following tricks Take one JIRA issue that related to the target confluence page (in this case, say it is GET-895) Find the global ID of a JIRA issue: http://bach.dc1.scram.com:8080/rest/api/latest/issue/GET-895/remotelink It will show the JSON like this: [{"id":28293,"self":"http://bach.dc1.scram.com:8080/rest/api/latest/issue/GET-895/remotelink/28293","globalId":"appId=662e1ccf-94da-3121-96ae-053d90587b29&pageId=105485659","application":{

### If and For in Wolfram Mathematica (with examples)

IF Condition in Wolfram Mathematica The syntax is as follows xxxxxxxxxx If [ condition , what to do if true , what to do if false ] Some examples Example 1. Simple command x x = - 3 ; If [ x < 0 , - x , x ] 3 Example 2. If condition in a function abs [ x_ ] := If [ x < 0 , - x , x ] abs /@ { - 3 , 2 , 0 , - 2 } { 3 , 2 , 0 , 2 }   For in Wolfram Mathematica The syntax is as follows For [ start , test , inc , what to do ] Some examples Example 1. Simple Loop xxxxxxxxxx For [ i = 0 , i < 4 , i ++, Print [ i ]] 0 1 2 3 Example 2. Another simple loop For [ i = 10 , i > 0 , i --, Print [ i ]] 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Example 3. Print list a = { 10 , 3 , 9 , 2 } For [ i = 1 , i < 5 , i ++, Print [ a [[ i ]]]] 10 3 9 2