Bogus | simple fake data generator for C # , F # , and VB.NET | Mock library

 by   bchavez C# Version: v34.0.2 License: Non-SPDX

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Bogus is a C# library typically used in Financial Services, Banks, Payments, Testing, Mock applications. Bogus has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However Bogus has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

[Chat] . Bogus for .NET: C#, F#, and VB.NET.

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              Bogus has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 7300 star(s) with 423 fork(s). There are 127 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 34 open issues and 260 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 7 days. There are 13 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Bogus is v34.0.2

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              Bogus has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              Bogus code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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            Community Discussions


            Getting authorization for Zoho APIs
            Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 02:32

            I am trying to follow Zoho's guide for getting authorized via OAuth. Unfortunately, the guide seems a little outdated as the API Console doesnt look like the screen shots provided in the guide.

            This is what I am trying to accomplish

            I'm developing a windows client application. So naturally i chose the Non-Browser Application for my zoho client (in the API Console). Using this client type there is no "Authorized Redirect URIs".

            So how am i supposed to get authorized to start using the Zoho APIs?

            Currently, i've tried various client types w/ various redirect uris (bogus). I am getting an http code response of 500.

            I am basically calling an HttpClient GetAsync(requestUrl ) where requestUrl is defined below:



            Answered 2022-Mar-24 at 02:32

            Try going to a different requestUrl. I believe you should be going here. You should also be using a POST request. I chose the Non-Browser Application for my zoho client (in the API Console). And I am able to get a response.



            Git pull from two different branches in two different repositories into one local branch
            Asked 2022-Mar-04 at 00:19

            I cloned a Git repo locally--call it A. This repo A has a branch named aaa. I created a new local branch--bbb. I then created a new GitHub repo (empty)--call it B--and pushed bbb to B. Next, I changed the origin of my local repository to point to B. I also then added a remote named "upstream" to my local repository that points to back to the original source, A. I set the "push" url of this upstream remote to be something bogus ("no-pushing") since I never want to accidentally push from my local repo back to A. I only want to pull from A into my local repo.

            During a transition period, some developers will be committing changes to A/aaa. Others are committing changes to B/bbb.

            I want to be able to pull changes from A/aaa into my local bbb branch and then push those to B/bbb so that the code on B will have all of the changes from the team committing to A as well as all of the change from the team committing to B. I also want to pull changes from B/bbb into my local bbb branch. Essentially, I want to use my local repo as a bridge between the two temporarily until we stop using A at some future point.

            What git commands can I run to accomplish this? (and what are each of the commands doing so I am not just blinding copying commands)

            So far nothing I have tried has worked, and I think I must be missing some key element in my understanding.



            Answered 2022-Feb-23 at 09:06

            I want to be able to pull changes from A/aaa into my local bbb branch and then push those to B/bbb so that the code on B will have all of the changes from the team committing to A as well as all of the change from the team committing to B

            You can make sure:



            C# Regex whitespace between capturing groups
            Asked 2022-Feb-20 at 12:44

            So basically, my input string is some kind of text containing keywords that I want to match, provided that:

            1. each keyword may have whitespace/non-word chars pre/appended, or none (|\s\W)
            2. there must be exactly one non-word/whtiespace char seperating multiple keywords, or keyword is at begining/end of line
            3. Keyword simply ocurring as a substring does not count, e.g. bar does not match foobarbaz




            Answered 2022-Feb-20 at 12:44

            In your case, you need to build the



            Wrong result of multiplication: Undefined behavior or compiler bug?
            Asked 2022-Feb-18 at 23:52

            While debugging a problem in a numerical library, I was able to pinpoint the first place where the numbers started to become incorrect. However, the C++ code itself seemed correct. So I looked at the assembly produced by Visual Studio's C++ compiler and started suspecting a compiler bug.


            I was able to reproduce the behavior in a strongly simplified, isolated version of the code:




            Answered 2022-Feb-18 at 23:52

            Even though nobody posted an answer, from the comment section I could conclude that:

            • Nobody found any undefined behavior in the bug repro code.
            • At least some of you were able to reproduce the undesired behavior.

            So I filed a bug report against Visual Studio 2019.

            The Microsoft team confirmed the problem.

            However, unfortunately it seems like Visual Studio 2019 will not receive a bug fix because Visual Studio 2022 seemingly does not have the bug. Apparently, the most recent version not having that particular bug is good enough for Microsoft's quality standards.

            I find this disappointing because I think that the correctness of a compiler is essential and Visual Studio 2022 has just been released with new features and therefore probably contains new bugs. So there is no real "stable version" (one is cutting edge, the other one doesn't get bug fixes). But I guess we have to live with that or choose a different, more stable compiler.



            Generate Random Age Height Weight using Bogus
            Asked 2022-Feb-04 at 12:22

            using Bogus we can generate fake and random data easily: Now I need to generate some Person's. They have age, weight, height, so here is my code:



            Answered 2022-Feb-04 at 12:22

            To make the limits of the height dependent on the age and the limits of the weight dependent on the height (so, another function for that), you need to refer to the current Person instance - see the (f, x) => { return ...} parts below.

            After reading Generating Test Data with Bogus, I came up with this:



            Deallocating arrays defined from c_f_pointer
            Asked 2022-Feb-03 at 15:42

            The following code compiles in both GNU gfortran and Intel ifort. But only the gfortran compiled version will run successfully.



            Answered 2022-Jan-31 at 17:50

            The error is issued, because the compiler claims that the pointer that is being allocated was not allocated by an allocate statement.

            The rules are (F2018):

   Deallocation of pointer targets

            1 If a pointer appears in a DEALLOCATE statement, its association status shall be defined. Deallocating a pointer that is disassociated or whose target was not created by an ALLOCATE statement causes an error condition in the DEALLOCATE statement. If a pointer is associated with an allocatable entity, the pointer shall not be deallocated. A pointer shall not be deallocated if its target or any subobject thereof is argument associated with a dummy argument or construct associated with an associate name.

            Your pointer b was associated using the c_f_pointer subroutine. The error condition mentioned is the



            Ternary operator not using the useState correctly
            Asked 2022-Jan-08 at 01:55

            I'm trying to update the header component based on the state and the response I get from my API server but for some reason, my updated state is having some type of errors that I cannot understand.

            When my API server responds back if the username and password are correct, I get the console.log( on my browser with the properties(username, password, token). I can login and the token gets saved in the local session... GREAT!! However, when I try to login with a blank username/password or any incorrect data, my state evaluates to true and therefore the HeaderLoggedIn component activates (not following the ternary operator ruleset) / my server responds with console.log('Incorrect username / password.'); but still the HeaderLoggedIn activates.

            My useState(), initially is set to a Boolean(sessionStorage.getItem('movieappToken'). so if there's no token saved, its false and therefore it should be useState(false) - render the HeaderLoggedOut component.

            What am I doing wrong? Thank you

            main Header.js component:



            Answered 2022-Jan-07 at 23:16

            You are not setting loggedIn when getting the "incorrect username/password" response so loggedIn remains whatever it was initially. You can set it to false



            Why is clangd not seeing my custom library location
            Asked 2021-Nov-28 at 01:10
            Problem Statement:

            I have a library installed in a custom location, and compilation and linkage works properly, but clangd is reporting various errors related to the custom lib.

            My Makefile has the following flags:



            Answered 2021-Nov-28 at 01:10

            add compile flags to compile_flags.txt (small project) or for a more complicated project generate compile_commands.json. See instructions here.

            Example: my compile_flags.txt contains:



            plotshape - text colour displayed incorrectly with user defined input variables
            Asked 2021-Nov-20 at 06:01

            There seems to be a bug in the compiler of Pine Script, in this below example the use of a variable called transp sets a user definable input value for the transparency of a given colour.

            Yet when using plotshape and bgcolor it has inconsistent results. bgcolour works as expected, plotshape however behaves very oddly. It sets the colour correctly for the plotted shape using style=shape.cross, but it fails to understand the colour instruction for the text = ‘hi’ or text = ‘lo’. In this case it uses the default colour of blue.

            If you change transp to a set integer like transp = 80, it then works correctly and displays both the shape and text in the given colour. This is incredibly bogus, if it merely didn’t accept variables assigned to user inputs for transparency then it would affect both shape and text. You could also just enter the expression straight into plotshape, and this works in the same way, use a variable for transparency that has a user input associated to it and it will not work correctly, use a hardcoded integer assignment and it works fine.



            Answered 2021-Nov-20 at 06:01

            Although it might not be the reason, it does not necessarily need to be a user defined input. The value needs to be known at compile time.

            If you try transp=close > 2 ? 40 : 80, you will get the same behavior.

            Some more info.

            As a workaround, use the textcolor parameter.



            How to deal with SQL Aggregate Functions when Grouping deeply hiearched data
            Asked 2021-Nov-16 at 19:56

            Given the following scenario:

            I have a Database with 5 tables:

            1. currency (iso_number, iso_code),
            2. product (id, name, current_price),
            3. sale (id, time_of_sale, currency_items_sold_in),
            4. sale_lines (id, sale_id, product_id, price_paid, quantity),
            5. cash_transactions (id, sale_id, received_currency_id, converted_currency_id, received_amount, converted_amount)

            The setup allows to store what kind of currency was originally given by the customer, and what currency it was exchanged to internally and the original amount and the exchanged(converted) amount.

            I want to be able to find all sales that match certain criteria (time period, seller, store) etc. ((left out for simplicity)).

            For all those sales i will join related data which is sale_lines and cash_transactions. Now the currency on sale_lines always matches the currency on the related sale. However for cash_transactions the received_amount/received_currency can differ from the currency on the sale. Allthough converted_currency/converted_amount is stored on the cash_transaction line it should follow the sale.

            The problem arises when i try to perform SUM of certain fields, when you start joining One-To-Many relationships and then perform aggregate functions like SUM even though you specify the correct GROUP BY's behind the scene the SQL Server still SUMs the duplicated lines that would have been required to display the data had we not used a GROUP BY.

            The problem is also described here:

            Following the solution from the article above i should in my case LEFT JOIN the aggregate results of each sale onto the outer query.

            But what can i do when the sale_lines currency match the sale, but cash_transactions currency can differ from the sale.?

            I've tried creating the following SQL Fiddle which inserts some test data and highlights the problems:!17/54a7b/15

            In the fiddle i have created 2 Sales, where the items are sold in DKK(208) and 752(SEK). On the first sale there are 2 sale lines, and 2 cash transactions the first transaction is directly DKK => DKK, and the second transaction is SEK => DKK.

            On the second sale there are also 2 sale lines, and 2 cash transactions the first transaction is NOK => DKK, and the second transaction is directly DKK => DKK.

            In the last query of the fiddle it can be observed that the total_received_amount is bogus as it is a mix of DKK,SEK and NOK does not provide much value.

            I want suggestions on how to fetch the data properly, i do not care if i have to perform additional "logic" on the server-side (PHP) in order to de-duplicate some of the data as long as the sums are correct.

            Any suggestions are much appreciated.

            DDL FROM FIDDLE



            Answered 2021-Nov-16 at 19:56

            You could calculate for every amount grouped per currency in the subqueries. Then join them on the currency.

            And with a CTE you can make sure each subquery is using the same sales.


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