kandi X-RAY | FileAPI Summary
kandi X-RAY | FileAPI Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- check url change
- helper function to process a file
- Main transformation function
- Add a new history entry to the history .
- create SWF object
- Match an array of SWF versions
- file - API helper
- Show an Express install for an attribute .
- Creates a flash image .
- Convert a Blob object to a data URL
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Trending Discussions on FileAPI
I can create a process just fine and send a command to it on start up .
- is let's say a new process is created
- e.g. a new
- and it has a
How do i send another command - for example
DIR - to do it later on?
I know how to concatenate and send multiple commands during process creation ,but i want to know how to send command after the process is created e.g. after i see my new
cmd console with pid 007 on screen.
I read that I could use the Windows WriteFile function, but i don't know ....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-07 at 13:49
Generally, Inter-Process communication is something that both processes must define in order to work. You can't just send "commands" to another application if the other application is not designed to receive it (or easily one program would ruin the other).
Probably you tried
cmd.exe /c dir which instantly executes "dir" on cmd.exe but this works because cmd.exe has the /c parameter, not because you can do that generally. Since cmd can execute batch files, you may try this or this or this.
I am developing an android client to communicate with a REST server. I have been using Retrofit to do this. Up until this point it has been working fine, but today I implemented a new function to get a list of a users data from the server, and Retrofit is not sending the request. I have tried attaching a debugger, and it seems that the
call.enqueue method is not being called, and it seems the execution is for whatever reason stopping on the line above with no error. This is the code that builds and queues the request
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 11:46
Okay, so after digging deeper into the debugger output I managed to figure out the issue. The problem was with using the @Multipart annotation with a GET request, which does not expect a request body. In order to fix this I replaced the two @Part arguments to my request with @Query elements, which is likely better practise anyway.
I am unsure why this throws an exception but doesn't provide any logging output.
So the thing that's happening I am kind of stuck with the extensions of fileApi, I can't see to figure out how should I display the alert when the Upload file is not
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 14:18
here, you need to set mime type of file . Here, I have mention application/pdf instead of ".pdf"
I moving files from one folder to another in windows and want to save the original file date stamps to the new file. I can successfully copy access date and modification date using and I want to also copy the create date where applicable. I see that C++ has the GetFileTime function (fileapi.h) to do this and other languages can do this. Can it be done purely in C and if so how?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 20:32
The Windows API is designed to be called from C. Write
I'm having trouble rewriting files, I'm getting this error. maybe someone can tell me how to convert the datatype so that the file can be rewritten...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-26 at 16:06
I do not know what
file_read is, but the compiler tells you that:
- you should not try to cast it to
WriteFileneeds a pointer as a second parameter:
WriteFile( PEFile, &file_read,....
[Edit - new information added to the question]
file_read is the result of
ReadFile which is a
BOOL (success or failure). Most likely you do not want to write this, anyhow: the third parameter must be the size of the data you are trying to write:
WriteFile(PEfile, &file_read, sizeof(file_read), &returned_bytes, NULL);
This will fix your compiling problem but it won’t fix the logic. And we cannot help you since it is not clear what you are trying to do. Maybe
WriteFile(PEfile, file_buffer, file_size, &returned_bytes, NULL);?
I'm using the paging 3 android library with the RxJava source. I have two fragments, the first displays a list of images in a grid, when an image is clicked the second fragment is shown and it displays the image in fullscreen and has a ViewPager to swipe between images. Because those use the same data I figured I can use a shared view model, in both fragments I have...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 01:29
As recommended by @dlam, I used a
On python3 using the windows API: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/api/fileapi/nf-fileapi-getvolumeinformationw
How to get these values (file_system_flags, max_component_length and serial_number), through this function GetVolumeInformationW, without installing any other external modules?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-24 at 04:28
Create an instance of the type and pass it by reference. It is equivalent to declaring a local variable in C and passing its address, e.g.
DWORD flags; and passing as
&flags to be an output parameter.
It also help ctypes error checking by declaring the
.restype of the function call, which is similar to declaring a C prototype.
ctypes.wintypes has many pre-defined types for Windows.
I've also added an
.errcheck attribute that automatically checks the return value and raises Windows exception based on the GetLastError() code, and an enumeration to process the flags into a readable format:
I'm attempting to use low level Windows API's (specifically
fileapi.h) in a UWP app for the first time.
I have proof of concept code running successfully in a .Net console app, and now want to try it in a UWP app (personal hobby project). The import statement uses SetLastError = true:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 09:04
I tried the code, the code returns the same result as you mentioned. The document of
FindFirstFileW mentions this API could be used in UWP apps but it will still be limited by the UWP apps as the UWP are running in the sandbox.
If you are trying to find a file and its handle, there is another way that you could do that. You could get a brokered file HANDLE from a StorageFile with the IStorageItemHandleAccess interface or from a StorageFolder with the IStorageFolderHandleAccess interface. After you've got the handle, you should be able to use the handle in some win32 APIs to do what you want.
Besides, if you don't mind using the desktop bridge, you could do it in the desktop apps, and then package it together with the UWP app. Use the UWP app to launch the desktop app which calls the win32 APIs to do the work.
I have a Parent process which creates a file using
CreateFile() and locks it. below is the code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-14 at 15:45
Here is the answer of of my question :
create the file with an inheritable handle and pass that handle to the child process. A simple way to do this is to pass it as a command line parameter. We must pass a SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES structure that specifies TRUE for bInheritHandle to CreateFile and also pass TRUE to the bInheritHandles parameter of the call to CreateProcess.
I have read the topic: ASP.NET Core : Synchronous operations are disallowed. Call WriteAsync or set AllowSynchronousIO to true instead but for my case I can't understand, how to fix it:
I have controller method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-03 at 12:39
inputStream.CopyTo(stream) copies the stream synchronously. You'll want to either use a
StreamContent instead of
ByteArrayContent, or copy the stream asynchronously (
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Edit the file crossdomain.xml and place it to the root of the domain to which files will be uploaded.
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