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I wanted to return the name of elements based on two conditions; even protons number and odd neutrons number. I've tried to print both tests and it turns out well. However, when I try to print the elements using 'and' logical, an error has occurred due to different broadcasting. I can't figure out how do I reshape it. Help me out.
I've already converted elements, protons and neutrons into arrays.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-16 at 15:26
& to the boolean tests, before indexing:
Here is the code i already attempted but it didnt work out:
This code is made by a 14 year old boy (me) so dont worry about the maintenance.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-28 at 16:55
I made a plunker with a working solution: https://plnkr.co/edit/QyAglTqoVx8k5RhZbenV?p=preview
Yeah, it needs put
NaamOfAtoom(AtoomNum) inside that
berekenen() function to fill that
Atoomnaam variable, and change the switch.
Basically, when you did that
cases are numbers, but
AtoomNum is a string (you can type letter also), so it didn't entered any case options.
So was equivalent to
12 === '12' returning false.
switch is strict comparing
=== instead of only
So I've been working on this program for a while and I have gotten it to a point where it compiles just fine but when I run it I get a Segmentation Fault. I've backtraced the fault via gdb to the function below but cannot for the life of me see where the problem is, and I am not versed enough with gdb to determine any more details on the origin of the fault. Like the question says I'm trying to read from a file into a dynamically allocated linked list where each node of the list has a pointer to a struct called Element. Then I need to convert that linked list to an array of pointers to struct Element. I hope that a fresh pair of eyes can see some mistake I've made that I have been blind to.
UPDATE: Added rest of source files. Added
gdb backtrace snippet.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-09 at 06:25
The good news is you were really, really close. The bad news is the "really really close" part -- it only takes one subtle error to torpedo your code.
First the general discussion. While there is nothing wrong with using a pointer-to-pointer-to-Element, you are missing the benefits of using C++ and the automatic memory handling offered by
. That said, it is good to know how to handle both.
Your error is:
I have a CSV file in which record number, element symbol and element name is written. I want to extract those lines in which second column (i.e element symbol)
does not contain the letters a,e,i,o,u,A,E,I,O,U. So I wrote a script to achieve the same but it is giving me all the lines.
This is my script:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-18 at 03:42
No vulnerabilities reported
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