kandi X-RAY | refuel Summary
kandi X-RAY | refuel Summary
A simple update framework for Java (requires Java 8).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Download the specified appcast
- Downloads a file from the given URL
- Get the enclosure
- Gets the full URL of the alert
- Get the MD5 hash value
- Returns the length of the string
- Gets the title
- The list of items
- Gets the channel
- Returns the title of the channel
- Converts a byte array to a hex string
- Returns the envelope of the channel
- Executes the given update script
- Unzip a zip file
- Starts the application
- Updates the application file
- Returns a string representation of this update
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I have a script that I am trying to execute. I need the script to, on the press of the submit button:
- fetch values from Google firestore
- Use those values in a calculation
- use the result of this calculation to write back to the firestore database
I have put
console.log("eff[1,2,3]" + result of calculation) to help trace in the console log the order of execution. It first displays
eff2 so this means that the value submitted to firestore is zero (as it is before the calculation) The calculation does calculate the correct answer it just doesn't submit the answer to the database.
How do I change my code to have it execute in the right order?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-16 at 07:57
By using @Professor Abronsius' suggestion, I put my code in a
I have a specific class structure in mind, though I feel like it could become a little messy when the project gets bigger. The general idea is the following:
There is a class for all possible vehicles with basic implementations that do not change for any vehicle, regardless of its specific type. Then, for all the cars, there should be an interface with functions only cars can have. This interface is purely virtual though. Then, any car can implement these functions as needed. I included a very simplistic code example below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-15 at 14:38
Can a C++ interface inherit from a class with full implementation?
The C++ language doesn't distinguish between interfaces and other classes. The distinction is purely conventional. Thus from one perspective it would be correct to say that C++ interface cannot [whatever] because there is no such thing as C++ interface.
If we consider an interface as an abstract concept, then the answer depends on how one chooses to interpret the concept, and to precisely specify it in terms of the language. If the interpretation is that an interface class has only pure virtual member functions (and this is a common interpretation), then
CarInterface is not an interface because it has non-pure-virtual member functions through inheritance.
In the c++ guidelines
I suppose that you intend to refer to the "C++ Core Guidelines". This is how the concepts are defined there:
- interface inheritance is the use of inheritance to separate users from implementations, in particular to allow derived classes to be added and changed without affecting the users of base classes.
- implementation inheritance is the use of inheritance to simplify implementation of new facilities by making useful operations available for implementers of related new operations (sometimes called “programming by difference”).
A pure interface class is simply a set of pure virtual functions; see I.25.
This is a little bit vague, but I would interpret that
CarInterface is a form of both interface inheritance, and implementation inheritance, and it is not a pure interface.
Below the definitions, as well as in section I.25, the guidelines demonstrate such mixed inheritance as a bad example, and suggests an alternative that uses a pure interface instead.
Your example could achieve both pure interfaces, and reuse (which is what your
Vehicle class presumably is for) by using virtual inheritance:
I am having this problem which I can not solve. So basically I have 2 components here Component A and Component G I have more of them but they are pretty much the same(concept is the same). I have a Link in Component G, A which when I click it, it brings me to the Payment Component. Tt now renders the (ImageA, ClassA and PriceA) its hard coded. Anyway what I am trying to achieve is that when I click for example on the Component G it renders only that (imageG, classG and priceG), so I would need it to filter it somehow or split the data somehow in the json file I imagine, but I dont know how to do it. I hope one of you fellow comrades will help me....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-05 at 17:30
I'm updating the answer based on the comments
First thing, I would make sure my JSON properties are consistent across objects:
I'm trying to create a program that simulates driving a car. In my program, I have the following loop to allow the user to "drive" however many miles they wish:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-27 at 07:11
If you don't want to change things up too much, one easy way would be to simply accumulate the user input with another variable, and pass that value into the
function method instead of the user input that updates on each loop. So for example, outside of the do-while loop you would have:
I have a df measuring fuel level % and refueling status. When refueling happens value is 1, otherwise 0. Here is a sample df...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-02 at 11:24
Here is my try, you can change the initial value from 0 to what you want.
I am having difficulty getting the desired effect with UIStackView. Here is my setup:
Field element with textfield:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-26 at 09:41
I am trying to create room database in kotlin/android but I am getting
KotlinNullPointerException when I try te get LiveData from the database. I have two tables
Refueling and from one fragment I can get
Car data without any problems but in a second fragment, I get errors while trying to get
Refueling LiveData. I couldn't find any differences between these two fragments/DAO. Below is a simplified code.
Refueling data class:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-26 at 12:13
getAll() is returning a
LiveData. The actual database query is being done on a background thread. That will take some time to complete. In the meantime,
null. You, however, are assuming that it will complete immediately. So, you try using
value immediately, and you crash with a
I have a tiny observable problem in Angular with Typescript. The code below doesn't work, it's more for understanding what I want to do....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-20 at 10:44
when you have 2 observables, you can use switchMap operator
At the beginning I would like to mention that I am very new to any kind of NoSql databases. I guess I might have misunderstand the concept of indexes in RavenDb.
In my application I have a colletion of documents representing history of car refueling (with child collection of routes taken on this refuel). Simplified version looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-18 at 08:42
The result of a query is always a document (map index). So the original query should actually be:
I have been working on a program to make a turtle mine for me. Here it is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-17 at 10:20
A return statement must be the last statement in a block.
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You can use refuel like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the refuel component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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