kandi X-RAY | Template Summary
kandi X-RAY | Template Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Called when the activity is created
- Handle result event
- Gets default api
- Get video
- Enables or disables the border
- Calculates and returns the bounds of the layout
- Updates the coordinate matrix
- Setup the bitmap
- On scroll view
- Set the image uri
- Handle a network response
- Set image resource
- Sets the image drawable
- Sets the padding for this view
- Override to customize the resize behavior
- Region drawable methods
- Sets the padding
- Set the bitmap
- Sets the ColorFilter to be used
- Parse network response string
- Bind event to event
- Create observable object
- Initializes this builder
- Disable circle transformation
- Override to intercept touch events
- Sets the border width
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-07 at 13:59
You have missed the footnote about when that overload is available:
This overload participates in overload resolution only if
truefor all i from 0 to
If you have a type
const_swappable such that
swap(const const_swappable &, const const_swappable &) is sensible, then there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to swap
const std::tuple &.
The following code compiles and run with Clang (tested on 13, 14, and current git head), but not with GCC....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 16:35
Without a declaration of
field, this isn’t even valid syntax: the
< can’t begin a template argument list, and expressions aren’t allowed there in a member-declaration. (With a suitable declaration, it could be an invalid declaration with two types and no variables.) Definitely diagnosable, and definitely a Clang bug.
Now that .NET 6.0 is out, what appears to have be a radical update to the default CLI project template is the absence of the familiar boilerplate being reduced to the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-28 at 11:00
I am having problems with npx create-react-app involving global installs. My confusion arises because as far as I'm aware the create-react-app package is not installed on my machine.
I start a react project (with typescript template) as I have previously and recently done on this same machine a number of times:
npx create-react-app --template typescript .
I get this prompt from the terminal
Need to install the following packages: create-react-app Ok to proceed? (y)
I press y to confirm it's okay to proceed. (If I press n, the process terminates with the following error:
npm ERR! canceled.) The terminal then displays the following message
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 14:45
You can try to locate the installed version by running:
The syntax that works for classes does not work for concepts:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 04:06
Because it would ruin constraint normalization and subsumption rules.
As it stands now, every
concept has exactly and only one definition. As such, the relationships between concepts are known and fixed. Consider the following:
Both replica set and deployment have the attribute
replica: 3, what's the difference between deployment and replica set? Does deployment work via replica set under the hood?
configuration of deployment...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 09:41
A deployment is a higher abstraction that manages one or more replicasets to provide controlled rollout of a new version.
As long as you don't have a rollout in progress a deployment will result in a single replicaset with the replication factor managed by the deployment.
A coworker shared this code with me:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-09 at 00:42
[temp.names]/5 says that a name prefixed by
template must be a template-id, meaning that it must have a template argument list. (Or it can refer to a class/alias template without template argument list, but this is deprecated in the current draft as a result of P1787R6 authored by @DavisHerring.)
There is even an example almost identical to yours under it, identifying your use of
template as ill-formed.
The requirement and example comes from CWG defect report 96, in which the possible ambiguity without the requirement is considered.
Open GCC bug report for this is here. I was not able to find a Clang bug report, but searching for it isn't that easy. Its implementation status page for defect reports however does list the defect report as unimplemented.
In my Fedora 34 environment (g++),
std::accumulate is defined as:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 20:50
The value category of
init + *first doesn't matter.
init + *first is a lvalue.
init + *first calls an
operator+ overload taking the parameter by-value, it will cause a copy construction of that parameter
But the value of
init is not required anymore after
init + *first, so it makes sense to move it into the parameter instead.
operator+ overload taking its first argument by rvalue-reference might be used to allow modification of the argument by the operation.
This is what
std::move achieves here.
The standard specifies this behavior since C++20.
I tried to write this function with a default template argument:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-30 at 00:36
The type of a template parameter in a function can't be deduced from a default argument. As shown in the example on cppreference.com:
Type template parameter cannot be deduced from the type of a function default argument:
std::span, which is a view-like object that can take in a continuous sequence, such as a C-style array,
std::vector. A common problem with a C-style array is it will decay to a pointer when passing to a function. Such a problem can be solved by using
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-27 at 02:27
The question is not why this fails for
int, but why it works for all the other types! Unfortunately, you have fallen prey to ADL which is actually calling
std::size instead of the
size function you have written. This is because all overloads of your function fail, and so it looks in the namespace of the first argument for a matching function, where it finds
std::size. Rerun your program with the function renamed to something else:
No vulnerabilities reported
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