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ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 08:53
If you want to return any XML element that matches that condition, you could just use a standard XPath expression:
My Problem is that and anchor in apostrophe-rich-text produces a not working markup in html.
I have the following setup for my apostrophe-rich-text:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-26 at 14:56
Why would that not work? Using the
name attribute isn't the current recommended practice, but it should still work. The editor likely uses that because it's an older version of CKEditor.
anchor-jump you could add a text style for it like any other text style. Updating the anchor tool button might be possible, but it would involve customizing CKEditor plugin code.
In my experience the link tool can find anchors pretty well. It could be specific to using the
name attribute rather than an
id, but I'm not sure about that.
I'm building a GUI that allows users to search information in a ms access database (yup. It has to be the ms access) The user has a textfield where he can type his search and the Tableview should update instantly. At the moment the DB disappears whenever you type a letter in the field.
Took me a while to figure out the problem: my SQL statement is simply not right. (Thanks to model.lastError)
The whole function looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 12:42
MS-Access needs a double apostrophe like:
After hours of trial and error, I've determined that doing an Application.Vlookup for a text string in a range returns:
- Error 2042 if the text in the search range isn't preceded by an apostrophe
- Returns a value in the search range if the text is preceded by an apostrophe
Both search variables are type 8, string, but only the range value with the apostrophe is considered equal, even though the string being searched for, does not have an apostrophe in it.
Is there a way to have Vlookup consider text without an apostrophe equal? And no, I'd rather not have to add an apostrophe to everything.
Thanks in advance.
PS Made a small program, using a different version of Excel but still getting undesired results...
Excel Program and VLookup results
In the spreadsheet, all the number values were entered by keyboard.
Then used the format cells option to change them to text.
Then added an apostrophe to the second text value '478901' as denoted by the green triangle, top left-hand corner of the cell.
Vlookup in C2 does not recognize A2 as text, even though it has been formatted as such.
Vlookup in C3 does recognize A3 as text and provides the returned value in column 2.
In the macro, the output pretty much says it all.
myData range is confirmed by address call. VarType calls for values in A2 & A3 confirms excel is treating them as Double-precision floating-point number (5) and String (8), even though both have been formatted to text, although I suspect this is just for display purposes now. The Application.Vlookup calls for the values in A2 and A3 return same as spreadsheet Vlookup calls. In my earlier post, I said that both vartypes returned string (8) but that only the one with the apostrophe worked. This was with the work version of excel, which is earlier than this one. So it looks like someone tried to fix this issue or it just ended up different without attention. Either way, something is broken. "444" doesn't equal "'444" except in excel and "444" equals "444" everywhere else but in excel.
Looks like I'll need to test for both.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 00:14
You've formatted the worksheet cells as "Text", but if you do that after the value has been entered it does not "take": cell contents will be by default left-aligned, but the values are still numeric for the purposes of formulas etc.
Your value with the
' prefix works in the lookup because it's actually text: if you re-enter the values in the "text format" cells (no need to add the apostrophe) then those will also become non-numeric and will be matched by the vlookup.
Eg see below - first 4 rows are "General" format for "Value"; next 4 rows are formatted as "Text" (after the values had been entered).
501 and 506 are both not recognized as numbers because they have a
504 was re-entered after the Text cell format was applied, and so is seen as non-numeric.
505 and 507 are both still seen by Excel as numbers.
I try to create a query like such:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 15:28
I suspect that you want:
I wanted to create a user profile piece, which joins apostrophe-user so that the admin can make public profile for specific users. I know its not recommended but I see this as the only option to have the possibility for people on this side having a public profile and be able to login and edit their profiles. Otherwise the Admin needs to change user profiles for hundreds of people and this would result in a full time job. User register is not necessary now but maybe in the future so my module should be compatible with apsotrophe-signup.
The beginning is pretty straight forward:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-04 at 18:49
There is no direct support for using users as publicly available data in Apostrophe 2. A common workaround is to create a "Profile" piece type or something like that, then add a join to connect it to a user if that helps with organization.
adminOnly: false on the users module you could possibly configure permissions directly, but it would make security concerns around users part of your responsibilities.
lib/modules/apostrophe-users/index.js in a project like this will add the
published fields back to users:
I'm running a command to my containerized Hbase DB from the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 05:56
You can't nest double quotes like that. Assuming we can correctly guess what you are attempting to say, try
mylist = ["apples", "bananas", "mangos"]
Wanted output: "apples", "bananas", "mangos"
I've managed to print it this way but can't make it with apostrophes.
print(','.join([x for x in mylist])) apples,bananas,mangos
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 13:36
You would need to add quotes to beginning and end, like this
I need a way of finding long quotes which don't preclude long quotes containing an apostrophe s. This is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 11:58
You can use
I am using the below formula in excel. It works for half the data and returns "0" for the other half. Some of the cells that I reference in the formula are joint strings and numbers (2 cells combined)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 12:45
If you are looking at the exact match, update your match formula to include 0.
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