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- On view clicked
- Validate input
- Show Toast
- Callback when view is clicked
- On signup success
- Sign up the user
- Validates the input
- Start activity
- Gets preference
- On create
- Setup database
- On view clicked
- Init alert dialog
- Clear file name
- Called when the checked option has changed
- Init view
- Called when view is clicked
- Show a toast
- Initializes the widget
- Init text data
- Show long
- Remove key
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Hey just doing some exercises in c, one is saying to replace tabs in the input string with any other characters , i restrict myself to only using
gets() fgets() etc..., as my learning book didn't catch it yet, so i tried to not break the flow, the code below just
printf() the same line it receives, can you please examine why ?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:33
c, which is used in
c != '\n', is not initialized at first. Its initial value is indeterminate and using is value without initializng invokes undefined behavior.
- You are checking
line[i] != '\0', but you never assigned
'\0'is read from the stream.
- You should initialize
ibefore the second loop and update
iduring the second loop.
- Return values of
getchar()should be assigned to
intto distinguish between
EOFand an valid character.
- You should perform index check not to cause buffer overrun.
looking to understand the order in which kubenetes examine the pods using the 3 type of probes- startup, readiness and live.
How to understand or design these 3 probes correctly for normal applications? What is the chance of getting conflict or breaking the application if the startup probe has wrong entries...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:06
This runs first. When it succeeds, the Readiness Probe and Liveness Probe are run continuously. If this fails, the container is killed.
Use this for "slow staring apps", you can use the same command as Liveness if you want.
The kubelet uses startup probes to know when a container application has started. If such a probe is configured, it disables liveness and readiness checks until it succeeds, making sure those probes don't interfere with the application startup. This can be used to adopt liveness checks on slow starting containers, avoiding them getting killed by the kubelet before they are up and running.
From configuring probesLiveness probe
This is used to kill the container, in case of a deadlock in the application.Readiness probe
This is used to check that the container can receive traffic.
I am hitting a php file and the response returns a string. I can't find the documentation on how to deal with this.
From the google developer doc google developer doc, my fetch is simple...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 08:11
Your PHP isn't returning JSON, it's just returning a string so use
I have a code below. It is part of a dynamic shared library which is loaded by qemu program (a C program) using dlopen....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 10:15
extern "C" makes no difference when declaring variables, it matters only for functions.
The reason is that functions in C++ can be overlapped but variables can't.
I am encountering an issue with Neo4j where the results for the same query change after applying the below:
- an index on a property for nodes with a given label
- a constraint that asserts the existence of the same property for nodes with the same label as above
- Neo4j version: 4.2.1 Enterprise, default runtime (slotted)
- Neo4j Desktop 1.4.1
- Operating system: macOS Big Sur Version 11.4
Create one set of nodes and relationships by running the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 22:27
Yes, this is a good illustration of a bug that was fixed in Neo4j 4.2.3, and happens when the label is present in an OPTIONAL MATCH on a previously-bound variable.
From the changelog:
Fixed a bug where an index scan would be used to solve an OPTIONAL MATCH incorrectly.
The workaround until the fix was to remove the redundant label.
We highly recommend staying updated to at least the latest patch for your minor version to avoid known and fixed bugs.
I'm doing a web analytics data trying to examine the impact of emails on our traffic. The code I have for plotting is simple:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 01:14
To solve this, I identified that if there are multiple counter instances and are not grouped, then it will show the weird graph. This is important as the line chart is created based on the order of data I feed into it.
To solve this, I did the following:
We are able to handle changes made in the JavaFX TextArea as demonstrated here: JavaFX TextArea onChange event
Essentially, this 'listener' helps me examine text before & after changes made to the TextArea.
Sometimes, examining only one character is simply enough, but the way the aforementioned method is implemented, it grabs the entire String for before & after. For instance, I wish to implement a persistent indent, and my logic is:
- I keep a tab counter with initial value of 0.
- If a
\tcharacter is entered, then I increment the value each time.
- Upon input of a
\n, that many
\tcharacters are pre-placed in the following line.
- If a
BACKSPACEkey is pressed (for simplicity let's consider this as the only option to remove text), then I examine the previous character and if it was a
\tthen I decrement the value each time and so on.
However, I feel that Java grabbing the entire text content as before & after values uses too much resource as opposed to just grabbing one character. So,
- In practice, how much difference does this actually make? I would assume this would be quite resource intensive at levels where a text file is around only 0.5MB or so.
- Is there any other way to implement the listener such that it works the way I want, the current method will not accept anything other than an ObservableList object containing Strings only.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 19:57
ChangeListener on the text area's
textProperty() is not the supported way to do what you want. It creates unnecessarily complex logic: by modifying the text inside a listener on the
textProperty(), you cause another change to the property to be fired while the property itself is being changed. In short, you react to the user changing the text (the actual property has been changed) to then modify the text again to represent what you want.
As an example, if you have a different listener registered with the
textProperty(), or a binding to it, that listener or binding would observe two changes to the text: the first ("invalid" in the sense of what you want the text to look like) caused by the user, and the second, reverting to what you actually want it to be, caused by the code in your listener.
It's not clear what "resources" you are referring to: in the worst case scenario I could only see an additional, very temporary, copy of the text in the text area; but even that seems quite unlikely - that (temporary) copy likely exists anyway.
So the reason not to use a listener on the
textProperty() has nothing to do with machine resources or performance; it has to do with the logic of your application and the sequence of values you want the
textProperty() to assume. You want that property to take, in turn, the values seen by the end user, and never to take the values you want to "correct" with your code.
The way to implement that is to use a
Have a need to display certain wide tables - single result vertically to be able to examine the record.
If I have code like the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 15:49
You can use
df.show(vertical=True) to display the dataframe in vertical format, with each row/record having its own table.
I am executing
git branch --contains d54ede4e40364def648b30f7a8c567e1240c1225
this git command it should give me the branch name for the specified commit Id only as per my knowledge.
The output I am getting is...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 13:02
git branch --contains will return the branches that contain the named commit (in other words, the branches whose tip commits are descendants of the named commit)
In your case that are two branches,
master and a branch named
79d86199fb35cd88829551857057e3729fddcb83 which I assume you created by mistake?
I have successfully been able to localize the text of all elements in our B2C custom policy files, with the exception of the 'show password' / password toggler labels, which stubbornly refuse to change from their default values.
When using F12 I can examine the code for the page for both the Password and the Password Toggler labels:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 06:53
You can use JS to read the SETTINGS object, which will contain the language and then do your own language customisation, or deliver dynamic HTML pages using dynamic page customisation.
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