kandi X-RAY | instascan Summary
kandi X-RAY | instascan Summary
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Browserify transform .
- Strips the name from the given name
- Writes a string to an ASCII string .
- Returns a function that evaluates the given function .
- Parse function body
- Sets a value to a pointer .
- Get value for specified pointer
- Allocates the allocator at the specified type .
- All dynamic memory allocation
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can you please help me how to split a string in an input and insert those split strings into different inputs? I already tried some codes that I found here but it still didn't work.
I actually want to store the string in that 2 different inputs (those not hidden) after exectuting the functions
This is the source code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-28 at 11:28
Try this code
I've a problem, I cannot install on Angular Instascan library so I'm using it without installing, only import the script. To make it work I've to use JQuery into my ts file in the component, is there any way to call inside JQuery function a Typescript function to send the QR's content to my web service? I've been trying use Ajax to send the data directly to web service but isn't work.
QR's function is escanearQR and the function that I want to call is registrarAsistencia inside the scanner.addListener....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-05 at 21:13
Let's start from the beginning: functions declared with the "old" function keyword are a little bit forgetful. It means that they don't remember the value of this in the context they are declared, they use the value of this for the context they are executed.
Arrow Functions (*lambda functions if you are familiar with Java) are more powerful: they are able to remind the value of this intended as the scope of their declaration. In some way, the following examples do the same thing:
I have an application that is using instascan to scan QR codes but every time you scan a QR code on an android phone an alert pops up with the decoded result. For example, if I generated a QR code with the text "I like bananas" then the alert would say "https://mywebsite.com says I like bananas".
Is there any way to stop this alert from showing? It doesn't happen on my laptop or tablet only my phone. Here is my code if you would like to see it:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-11 at 23:01
I wanted to return a string from a method called GetContent and alert that to the user only if the string was not empty:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-21 at 07:56
have you initilized the select2? i dont see that in your coding...
I have imported instascan library in Index.html file ,...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-04 at 06:19
This is a simple
declare it on after
Import. Like this ...
No vulnerabilities reported
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