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While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘
Check with another constructor for htmlView: ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html"); var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage, mimeType);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

how to fill an array that it's part of a struct using a function that can't have an array as arguments
There is a lot wrong with your code. First: ponto verticesLin[ ]; is not valid standard C, gcc will accept this, but if you wish to have a tailing array in a struct then the proper declaration is: ponto verticesLin[0]; If you do this then you need to have sufficient memory allocated for the struct. Second: double i; Don't use double type for array indices, use int or size_t. Third: it is good practice to properly indent your code and give your variables meaningful names otherwise even you won't be able to read it next month. Now if you declare your structs as typedef struct ponto { double x; double y; } ponto; typedef struct linha { size_t numVertices; // counters should have an integer type ponto verticesLin[0]; } linha; Then you need to allocate suffici

Categories : C

array as function arguments
You would need to write the method like this: function get($method=''){ $args = func_get_args(); $method = array_shift($args); return call_user_func_array([$this->model, $method], $args); } After getting the method name and arguments into $args, use array_shift to isolate the method name from the arguments. To pass the arguments (whose number is unknown) to the model's method you need to use call_user_func_array. You already have the arguments array for this call, but you still need the callable. That one is created on the spot as an array of two items per the documentation.

Categories : PHP

Array as function parameters/arguments
Yes, use .apply() to invoke your key function and distribute an Array or Array-like object as individual arguments to the function. key.apply(this, banana); The first argument to .apply() sets the this value of your key function. Here I just used the enclosing this value. The second argument is the collection of arguments to be passed to your key function.

Categories : Javascript

Converting function's arguments to array-like object
if you had done: x={1:1,2:1,0:55,length:3}; toArray(x); // result [55, 1, 1] an array is going to expect the keys to be numbers. so it goes through looks at 0... undefined looks at 1... undefined looks at 2... '2' So yes, it's because their keys are not numeric. hope this helps

Categories : Javascript

Extracting array as list of arguments passed to function
I assume you know how your array is built. So, why do not you just pass an array as a parameter and then use it in your function ? If you do something like this you can access to your array's values : echo $array['something_else']; And build your function like this : $array = array('id' => '5', 'something_else' => 'hi'); function some_function($an_array) { echo $an_array['something_else']; // value for something_else } some_function($array); Or if you don't want to change function's parameters, call it like this : some_function($array['id'], $array['something_else']);

Categories : PHP

unpack function in python
Use 4s if you want unpack string as is. >>> struct.unpack('4s', 'test')[0] 'test' 1953719668 is derived by: (little endian) >>> ord('t') + (ord('e') << 8) + (ord('s') << 16) + (ord('t') << 24) 1953719668

Categories : Python

How to unpack a function-returned tuple?
Use .extend(): >>> table.extend(get_foo_bar()) >>> table.append(get_apple()) >>> [table] [['foo', 'bar', 'apple']] Or, you can concatenate tuples: >>> table = [] >>> table.append(get_foo_bar() + (get_apple(),)) >>> table [('foo', 'bar', 'apple')]

Categories : Python

different outputs in unpack function in python
"x0dx00x00x00" (from the first code) is different from r"x0dx00x00x00" (== "\x0x\x00x00x00") from the second code. >>> struct.unpack("I", 'x0dx00x00x00')[0] 13 >>> struct.unpack("I", r'x0dx00x00x00'[:4])[0] 1680898140 Try following: >>> struct.unpack("I", sys.stdin.readline().decode('string-escape')[:4])[0] x0dx00x00x00 13

Categories : Python

Function Arguments dialog executes UDF when all non-optional arguments are filled
From my UDF page: Excel User-defined Functions To detect when a VBA UDf is being called from the function wizard you can add this code to the UDF If (Not Application.CommandBars("Standard").Controls(1).Enabled) Then Exit Function This code depends on the fact that when using the function wizard most icons in the toolbars are disabled. A solution is also possible by using the Windows API to check if the Function Wizard window is showing and has the same process ID as the current Excel process.

Categories : Excel

Best way of calling a function with different arguments passed by reference when you only need one of these arguments
Acknowledge to Mats Petersson: you can't pass nullptr as the function requires references. If the function has no warranty attached to it, then you should create temporary variables and pass them all in. It would be unsafe to pass the same variable; in case it's used in internal computation. Even if the function works with the same variable passed, there is no guarantee that someone won't change the implementation of that function in a way that causes your code to break. You could be opening yourself up to nasty bugs in the future.

Categories : C++

too few arguments to function even when arguments count are correct
Try and keep it simple. If the "complex" problem is failing, try a simpler approach, i.e. /* Since this doesn't work, let's try something that really should work fun_sbblink_write_OP_frame_channels (0,SBBL_FLINK,PhSlotRRH,i,0,0,0,0); */ sbblink_write_one_frame(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); Then, if that works try: /* Since this doesn't work, let's try something that really should work fun_sbblink_write_OP_frame_channels (0,SBBL_FLINK,PhSlotRRH,i,0,0,0,0); */ /* OK, this worked, let's go one step forward sbblink_write_one_frame(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); */ fun_sbblink_write_OP_frame_channels (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); Then try: /* OK, this silly stuff worked, let's go all the way sbblink_write_one_frame(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); fun_sbblink_write_OP_frame_channels (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8); */ fun_sbblink_write_OP_fra

Categories : C

OpenCV Error: Sizes of input arguments do not match (The operation is neither 'array op array')
In the else if block - img1 is not defined or empty - to give a better diagnosis, more code is required. Also: why do you store gray to disk just in order to read it again?

Categories : C++

bash command line arguments into an array and subset the array based on the parameter value
Here's one way: FIRST_SET=("${@:2:$1}") REST=("${@:$(($1+2))}") That works directly from the arguments, rather than using an intermediate array. It would be easy to use the intermediate array, in more or less the same way but remembering that array indexing starts at 0 while parameter indexing effectively starts at 1 (because parameter 0 is the command name). Note that the quotes are important: without them, the command line arguments would be passed through glob expansion and word splitting an extra time; in effect, you lose the ability to quote command line arguments.

Categories : Linux

Javascript:why the array slice method could turn nodelist or arguments to array?
Better to use MDN than w3cschools/fools. Yes, what you are doing is correct, see the "Array-like objects" section of: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/slice

Categories : Javascript

Passing function pointer to a function + function arguments
Did you read the entire error message? You have some const- and other type mismatches (e. g. a pointer-to-struct instead of void *, etc.) in the signature of the two functions. Function types are compatible only if their signatures match exactly.

Categories : C

Passing optional arguments inside a wrapper function to a sub-function
You need to pass the ... to method.out. Then it works fine: funInFun<- function (x, method, ...) { method.out <- function(this.x, FUN, ...) { FUN <- match.fun(FUN) c <- FUN(this.x, ...) return(c) } d <- method.out(x, method, ...) # <<--- PASS `...` HERE return(d) } data<-seq(1,10) funInFun(data, mean) # Works # [1] 5.5 data<-c(NA,seq(1,10)) funInFun(data, mean, na.rm=TRUE) # Should remove the NA # [1] 5.5 funInFun(c(seq(1,10)), quantile, probs=c(.3, .6)) # 30% 60% # 3.7 6.4

Categories : R

Undefined function 'time' for input arguments of type 'double'. How do i find a function that others didn't seem to have defined in their code?
As pm89 already suspected, time in this case is a variable. Type: > help mpretrack in your command window. Amongst other information, it will say: Also, the program looks for the files "fov#times.mat" for the "time" variable and the images files "fov#fov#####.tif" from the basepath. If you don't have the specified .mat file, the variable time is unknown, which causes the error you see.

Categories : Matlab

passing arguments to a function in javascript but function not working
The reason that doesn't work is that createScript doesn't return a function, but you're expecting it to. The simplest way is just to do this: addLoadEvent(function() { createscript("https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.2/jquery.min.js"); }); addLoadEvent(function() { createScript("nav.js"); }); Note, though, that you're giving the same id value to each script tag created by createScript, which isn't valid. In an ES5-enabled environment, you could use Function#bind, but something about your question suggests to me you can't rely on being in an ES5-enabled environment. But for completeness: addLoadEvent(createscript.bind(undefined, "https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.2/jquery.min.js")); addLoadEvent(createScript.bind(undefined, "nav.js")); Actually, no, th

Categories : Javascript

Function pointers - pass arguments to a function pointer
Fix typedef to typedef void (*VFUNCV)(int , double ); as fun1 and fun2 accepts two argument of type int and double

Categories : C

getting string representation of function from a list having function name and arguments
If the function is defined as module global, you can use globals: func = globals()[list1[0]] func(list1[1]) But above code could cause any abitrary function to be called. If you don't want that, use following form. funcs = { 'dummyfunction': dummyfunction, } func = funcs[list1[0]] func(list1[1])

Categories : Python

How to evaluate arguments of a function call inside other function in R
Lift myfun out of lowerfun and modify the eval call as below. When making a package, if you do not export myfun it will not be accessible directly from R_GlobalEnv, but it can still be called from within lowerfun. topfunction <- function(x){ lowerfunction(myfun(first=x[1], second=x[2], third=if(length(x)>2) x[3])) } lowerfunction<-function(mycall){ mc <- match.call(definition = myfun, call = match.call()[[2]]) eval(mc, envir=parent.frame()) } myfun <- function(first, second=0, third=NULL){ print(first) print(second) print(third) } Example run: > topfunction(1:3) [1] 1 [1] 2 [1] 3 Off topic: myfun can still be accessed from R_GlobalEnv by calling getFromNamespace("myfun", "mypackage") Update If you really want to keep myfun within low

Categories : R

How do I pass a function with arguments to another function to be called?
A third argument might be simplest. If you don't want to use that, one possibility is to pass a function of one argument that then invokes the two-argument action method. forEachIn( objectList, function(equipment) { initEquipAnimations(equipment, animations); } ); This creates a closure assuming that animations is set to the animations to be used. Note that if animations might vary during the iteration, you might need to create another closure to capture the value using an IIFE: forEachIn( objectList, (function(anims) { return function(equipment) { initEquipAnimations(equipment, anims); } }(animations)) ); Another possibility is, if you have the flexibility of reordering the arguments to initEquipAnimation, is to bind the function to the leading arguments,

Categories : Javascript

How to 'forward' all-but-the-first-argument arguments of a function to another function?
Use options[callback_name].apply(this, [].slice.call(arguments,1)); [].slice.call(arguments,1) converts the arguments ('array-like') Object into a real Array containing all arguments but the first. [].slice.call may also be written as Array.prototype.slice.call.

Categories : Javascript

Decorating a function to add custom arguments to function
You could allow func to be called with func(a=4, b=5, var="hi") by making var a keyword argument. def decor(func): def modify(*args, **kwargs): var = kwargs.pop('var', None) print var x,y=func(*args, **kwargs) return x,y return modify @decor def func(a,b): print a**2,b**2 return a**2,b**2 func(a=4, b=5, var="hi") func(a=4, b=5)

Categories : Python

MPI call inside function and function arguments
This seems to be a fairly common misunderstanding among MPI beginners. MPI_Init() and MPI_Finalize() do not mark the start and end of parallel processing. They mark the start and end of where other MPI calls are permitted. MPI runs multiple separate instances of your entire program, each with its own separate memory space. So yes, each process has its own copy of a and i.

Categories : C

php function with 2 arguments
I would suggest that you use PDO. Here is an example EXAMPLE. This is your dbc class (dbc.php) <?php class dbc { public $dbserver = 'server'; public $dbusername = 'user'; public $dbpassword = 'pass'; public $dbname = 'db'; function openDb() { try { $db = new PDO('mysql:host=' . $this->dbserver . ';dbname=' . $this->dbname . ';charset=utf8', '' . $this->dbusername . '', '' . $this->dbpassword . ''); } catch (PDOException $e) { die("error, please try again"); } return $db; } function getAllData($qty) { //prepared query to prevent SQL injections $query = "select * from TABLE where qty = ?"; $stmt = $this->openDb()->prepare($query); $stmt-&g

Categories : PHP

Go Unpacking Array As Arguments
You can use a vararg syntax similar to C: package main import "fmt" func my_func( args ...int) int { sum := 0 for _,v := range args { sum = sum + v } return sum; } func main() { arr := []int{2,4} sum := my_func(arr...) fmt.Println("Sum is ", sum) } Now you can sum as many things as you'd like. Notice the important ... after when you call the my_func function. Running example: http://ideone.com/8htWfx

Categories : Go

How to pass array as arguments
I'm not sure that I understand you, but if you only need to know which records to highlight, then you can have it in the sql (or plsql). Your query can be something like this: select l.HOST, l.USER, l.NAME, case when ml.HOST is null then 1 else 0 end is_to_highlight from LOGS l left outer join MASTER_LIST ml on l.HOST = ml.HOST and l.USER= ml.USER and l.NAME = ml.NAME Here is a sqlfiddle demo

Categories : C#

Why can I not use $this in function arguments default value
Because functions can only accept scalar default values, it can't evaluate $this (or any variable) in that context. From the manual: A function may define C++-style default values for scalar arguments. And: The default value must be a constant expression, not (for example) a variable, a class member or a function call.

Categories : PHP

JS function without arguments is working. How?
Variable scope in javascript doesn't work the way you think. in order to make that variable 'private' try: var arg = "not private"; function privateMSG(){ var arg = "private"; function alerter(){ alert(arg); } alerter(); } MDN has a much better explanation in the Nested functions and closures section

Categories : Javascript

C++ Mutex and Function Arguments
Index is not "protected" but it's a local variable so there's nothing to protect. You are correct in being concerned about the contents of flag however. Your mutex prevents other threads from running the main body of this function but it does not prevent other code from accessing the memory of flag (assuming they have its address).

Categories : C++

Procedure or function !!! has too many arguments specified
You invoke the function with 2 parameters (@GenId and @Description): EXEC etl.etl_M_Update_Promo @GenID, @Description However you have declared the function to take 1 argument: ALTER PROCEDURE [etl].[etl_M_Update_Promo] @GenId bigint = 0 SQL Server is telling you that [etl_M_Update_Promo] only takes 1 parameter (@GenId) You can alter the procedure to take two parameters by specifying @Description. ALTER PROCEDURE [etl].[etl_M_Update_Promo] @GenId bigint = 0, @Description NVARCHAR(50) AS .... Rest of your code.

Categories : SQL

Slice JS function's arguments
every javascript Function object has a method named apply. apply will call your function using the given context and the given arguments. var confirmDelete=function(fun) { if(confirm("Do you want to delete "+ arguments[1])) { // remove the first two elements in arguments, and use the resulting array as a new set of // arguments to fun fun.apply(this, Array.slice(arguments, 2)); } }

Categories : Javascript

C function call with too few arguments
EDIT: I found a stack thread C function with no parameters behavior which gives a very succinct and specific, accurate answer. PMG's comment at the end of the answer taks about UB. Below were my original thoughts, which I think are along the same lines and explain why the behaviour is UB.. Questions: is the result of a function call with missing arguments defined? I would say no... The reason being is that I think the function will operate as-if it had the second parameter, but as explained below, that second parameter could just be junk. If so, what value will the function receive for the unspecified argument? I think the values received are undefined. This is why you could have UB. There are two general ways of parameter passing that I'm aware of... (Wikiped

Categories : C

Passing arguments to $.then function
removeItemResponse(id) is executing the function immediately, and you aren't passing the result of the first deferred. Try this instead: .then(function(data) { removeItemResponse(data, id) }); done() also works here: .done(function(data) { removeItemResponse(data, id) }); You can simplify and handle failures like so: removeItem(url) .done(function(data) { removeItemResponse(data, id) }); .fail(function(result) { /* do something else */ });

Categories : Jquery

C - pointers as function arguments
The difference is simply said in the operations the processor will handle the code with. the value itself is just a adress in both cases, thats true. But as the address gets dereferenced, it's important for the processor and so also for the compiler, to know after dereferencing, what it will be handling with.

Categories : C

Array inequalities as Sumproduct arguments
Since column C is actually never being used in this case, the use of SUMPRODUCT is actually just the same as using SUM. The A1:A10="Ford" and B1:B10="June" just return arrays containing true/false values: Make Month True True True True True False True True False True False True False True False False False true In the actual formula it would look like: =SUMPRODUCT({false,true,true,true,true,false,false,false,false,false}*{true,true,true,false,true,true,true,true,false,true}) Since booleans in excel are actually just represented as 1 or 0 they end up like this: =SUMPRODUCT({0,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0}*{0,1,1,0,1,1,1,1,0,1}) Now when you multiply the arrays think of just like multiplying the matrix: Make Month 1 x 1 = 1 1 x 1 = 1 1 x 0

Categories : Excel

How to convert arguments to an array in coffeescript?
What found is to use Array.prototype.slice: coffee> foo = -> Array.prototype.slice.apply(arguments)[1..] [Function] coffee> foo(0,1,2,3,4) [ 1, 2, 3, 4 ] Another version would be [].slice.call(arguments)

Categories : Arrays

Haskell printf arguments as array
I'm not sure this is a minimal solution, but if you know the length of your vectors statically you can use type-indexed Vectors and type indexed Fun types. {-# LANGUAGE GADTs, TypeFamilies #-} import Text.Printf data Z data S n data Vec n a where Nil :: Vec Z a Cons :: a -> Vec n a -> Vec (S n) a type family Fn n b a type instance Fn Z b a = a type instance Fn (S n) b a = b -> Fn n b a -- in order to tell the compiler that we want to consider a function as a `Fn` newtype Fun n b a = Fun (Fn n b a) run :: Fun n b a -> Vec n b -> a run (Fun f) v = case v of Nil -> f Cons b more -> run (Fun $ f b) more z :: Vec (S (S Z)) String z = Cons "foo" (Cons "bar" Nil) then you can do run (Fun $ printf "%s %s") z.

Categories : Haskell



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