kandi X-RAY | phan Summary
kandi X-RAY | phan Summary
Phan is a static analyzer for PHP that prefers to minimize false-positives. Phan attempts to prove incorrectness rather than correctness. Phan looks for common issues and will verify type compatibility on various operations when type information is available or can be deduced. Phan has a good (but not comprehensive) understanding of flow control and can track values in a few use cases (e.g. arrays, integers, and strings).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Generate issue map .
- Initialize handle map .
- Get the return type overrides .
- Analyzes the override method for an override method .
- Analyze a print - pattern node .
- Get configuration errors .
- Create a class from a reflection class .
- Initializes the types for the visit call .
- Performs final analysis .
- Check for invalid argument type .
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Trending Discussions on phan
I'm trying to create a jQuery function to fade out any specific element that the user clicks on within the webpage.
I have tried using the universal selector to target all the elements, but then when I click an element every single element on the page fades away. Im trying to fade away only the clicked element and the rest of the page stays.
I was thinking of adding and event listener to all elements of the page and then removing the parent node of the clicked element?
Here is my code so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 11:08
You can use
$(this) to refer to the item that was clicked, so it could become:
I have a paragraph with long text like below...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-28 at 08:56
You shouldn't set urls in plain text. They often contain problematic letters and can cause problems in your document. You can instead use packages like
hyperref to set them.
I would also suggest to use an
itemize environment for your itemisation.
I was studying composer, and when creating this script, it returns 'event returned with error code 2', but it doesn't prevent execution, when I run it directly without composer it also works, and it doesn't give this error, I would like to know why this error occurs and how to resolve it. Thanks....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 22:07
End of line character is invalid; expected "\n" but found "\r\n"
Your line endings need to be LF and not CRLF, here's an article which explains the difference. If you're using VSCode then you can change the line ending in the bottom right where it uses CRLF by default. If you're not using VSCode then you will need to Google how to change the line endings for your IDE.Second Warning
Expected 1 newline at end of file; 0 found
PSR12 coding standards require an empty line at the end of your PHP files.Third Warning
A closing tag is not permitted at the end of a PHP file
PSR12 coding standards state that closing PHP tags at the end of the file should be omitted.
Problem 1: (resolved - Thanks @Ranjith Thangaraju)
I tried to access this website via postman, but I can't do this because I got an error: https://i.stack.imgur.com/Dmfj8.png
Then when I try to access it on chrome - there's no restriction at all - I can access it: https://finance.vietstock.vn/
Could someone please help me to explain or help with this?
I'm sorry if someone else had the same issue and it is fixed, if you see some other similar, please point me the direction on that
When I access this page [https://finance.vietstock.vn/CEO/phan-tich-ky-thuat.htm], there is one of the APIs that I've tried to call from the postman but I couldn't, could you please point me a solution for this?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 16:48
As my subject mentioned, after doing a few step (groupby , filter , combine text ...), I have an issue with removing duplicate in the same cell in power query. example: column "cc_emails" has many row, but each row have some duplicated email due to Text.Combine step before:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 10:04
You can split the text by delimiter, select the distinct list values, then recombine as a string:
i am trying to pass @item.PhanHoi.ID to modal but it @item.PhanHoi.ID only stops at first number of loop, is there any way to pass id to modal? Thanks...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-29 at 01:48
The id of modal is not unique,you can try to make it unique,so that it will not always call the first modal.You can use the following code:
In my pdf document, I want some data to repeat on all pages, so I put them in
. It leads to the height of the region is not fixed. I want to calculate the height of this region to place data of
at appropriate position, but I don't know how to do that? Here is my code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 18:07
The simplistic answer would be to put everything in an
fo:table, with the current page header in the
fo:table-header that repeats on every page.
A more complicated solution would be to use the XSLT extensions from the Print and Page Layout Community Group at https://github.com/pplcg/XSLTExtensions to run the formatter during the XSLT transformation to get an area tree for the header content so that you can work out exactly how much height it needs. However, the
<#assign and other markup makes me think that you might not have much access to the XSLT processor and might not be able to configure it to use the extension.
I am trying to scrape a web page which includes multiple tabs. I want to get the quarterly data which is displayed when clicking on By-Quarter Tab, but my code keeps returning yearly data shown when clicking By-Year Tab. The problem is both types of data are on the same URL and when right-clicking “Inspect Element”, their IDs are also the same; you cannot distinguish the quarterly data element ID from yearly data data element ID. "Inspect Element" shows up both quarterlyand yealy data, but “View Page Source” shows up only yealy ones. Could anyone show me how to get the quarterly data please? Thank you very much....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-19 at 19:55
One of the clues given is in the class where you see it says
Ajax. This is dynamically added content. If you use the network tab of dev tools (F12), and manually select the quarterly tab, you will see the following request endpoint, which serves the data you are after:
I'm attempt to do a localization translator in flutter for my project. I got help from this tutorial:
But when I run the program, it only show one language even when I change the language in the laptop setting (I use Chrome for debugging so i had to change language from the laptop setting).
Here's my code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-09 at 10:48
To some up the debugging process:
hard code a different language to check whether the translations are correctly registered
I have a bunch of names from the web (first name, last name, of people in different countries). Some of the countries have statistics on how many people have each last name, as shown in some places like here.
Well, that Japanese surname list only lists the top 100. I have other lists like for Vietnamese listing the top 20, and other lists the top 50 or 1000 even in some places. But I have real name lists that are up to the 1000+ count. So I might have 2000 Japanese surnames, with only 100 that have listed the actual count of people with that surname.
My question is, how can I "complete the curve" on the names that don't have a weight on them? That is, say we have an exponential-like curve sort of, from the 20 or 100 names that have weights on them. I would then like to randomly pick names from the remaining unweighted list, and give them a value that places them somewhat realistically in the remaining tail of the curve. How can that be done?
For example, here is a list of Vietnamese names with weights:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-04 at 09:34
I'm no mathematician, so I've simply fitted the data to a
y=A*x^B equation using these equations, although Wolfram has some others that might fit your data better. Perhaps some papers around the distribution of (sur)names might hint at a better equation.
Nonetheless, the current prediction doesn't seem too bad:
No vulnerabilities reported
Alternative Installation Methods See Getting Started for alternative methods of using Phan and details on how to configure Phan for your project.
Incrementally Strengthening Analysis Take a look at Incrementally Strengthening Analysis for some tips on how to slowly ramp up the strictness of the analysis as your code becomes better equipped to be analyzed.
Installing Dependencies Take a look at Installing Phan Dependencies for help getting Phan's dependencies installed on your system.
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