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Carriage Return tooltip text in a title tag using JS
Some browsers will allow &#10; Others will not let you format the tool tip unless you use jQuery UI tooltip or similar Live demo The demo is using jQuery 1.6.4 and jQuery UI v1.11.0pre just to let you see that jQuery and jQuery UI can have different versions the dynamic part is found here: jQuery Tooltip UI - trigger tooltip after x seconds var titles = { "aprmay":"1. April: Result (49)<br/>2. May: Result (47)", "junjul":"1. June: Result (50)<br/>2. July: Result (42)" } $(function() { $(".result").each(function() { var title = this.title.replace(/; /g,"<br/>"); $(this).tooltip({ "content": title }); }); // dynamic generate on hover // http://stackoverflow.com/a/16523285/295783 $(document).tooltip({ items: '.dy

Categories : Javascript

How to enable carriage return with shift+return only
I would suggest writing a custom directive for this. Then you could reuse it for any elements you'd like. Here is an example of using it to move to the next input element. Just put enter-next in whatever element you want to have this ability. .directive('enterNext', function() { return { restrict: 'A', link: function($scope,elem,attrs) { elem.bind('keydown', function(e) { var code = e.keyCode || e.which; if ((code === 13) && (e.shiftKey)) { e.preventDefault(); elem.nextAll('input').first().focus(); } }); } } });

Categories : Angularjs

How to print carriage return in matlab?
or char(10) should do the trick! If you are trying to do this for guis, I recommend the following: ['FIRST LINE' char(10) 'SECOND LINE'] etc. Or I think sprintf will be able to do the " " for you, but I am not positive about that. If in GUIDE, on the string section of the property inspector, you can actually double click for an edit box which will do new lines, it is kind of confusing at first.

Categories : Matlab

Append a carriage return to a textbox
Define a javascript function on the website that clicks the button, and append that to the end of the javascript string sent from objective-c: In website: function clickButton() { $('id^=["btnAdd_"]').click(); } In objective-c, append to the string: jScriptString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"var field = document.activeElement;""field.value='%@';clickButton();", barcode] ; If jQuery isn't available, you can do it with native javascript as well, though I don't know the syntax off the top of my head.

Categories : Javascript

carriage return in sql server 2012
I think we need more information before we can help you. I think you are trying to format the information at the child level in a parent child relationship into a list. You probably saw something like this blog on the web. However, your query is not correctly formatted. Is the ErrorMaster (Production.ProductCategory) the parent and CallRegErrors (SUB.ProductCategoryID) the child? If so just change the query to those table name field names for it to work. I used the REPLACE function on the overall result to change COMMAS to CR + LF. -- Sample database USE AdventureWorks2012 GO -- Change SQL from www.sqlandme.com for this users problem SELECT CAT.Name AS [Category], REPLACE(STUFF(( SELECT ',' + SUB.Name AS [text()] FROM Productio

Categories : SQL

Remove carriage return from XML file C#
You're reading the file line by line, so the line returned will never contain , or - as those are line separators. The simplest approach is just to load the whole lot into memory, remove all the line breaks, then write it out: string text = File.ReadAllText(sourceFileName); text = text.Replace(" ", "").Replace(" ", ""); File.WriteAllText(sourceFileName, text); Of course if you only want to remove carriage returns, just remove the .Replace(" ", "") in the above code. EDIT: Now that we can see your file, there is no XML version 10, which suggests that the document is corrupt before you even get it. You should stop at this point and work backwards towards the source until you can get a valid XML file. There's no point in continuing with what you've currently got.

Categories : C#

Python 2.7 carriage return countdown
For solution number 2, you need to flush stdout. for i in range(10): sys.stdout.write(" Countdown: %d" % i) sys.stdout.flush() time.sleep(1) print '' Also, just print an empty string since print will append the newline. Or use print ' ' , if you think it is more readable as the trailing comma suppresses the newline that would typically be appended. Not sure how to fix the first one though...

Categories : Python

How can I check a string to see if a carriage return exists in C++?
I believe the problem is that you're expecting the newline character to be included in the result from getline(), which it isn't. It seems like if you take the two lines you already have in that block: wordstocheck.push_back(word); word = ""; And add them alongside the line: linecount++; Then it should work as you expect.

Categories : C++

Stop carriage return from appearing in stringstream
std::ifstream operates in text mode by default, which means it will convert non-LF line endings to a single LF. In this case, std::ifstream is removing the CR character before std::getline() ever sees it. std::istringstream does not do any interpretation of the source string, and passes through all bytes as they are in the string. It's important to note that std::string represents a sequence of bytes, not characters. Typically one uses std::string to store ASCII-encoded text, but they can also be used to store arbitrary binary data. The assumption is that if you have read text from a file into memory, you have already done any text transformations such as standardization of line endings. The correct course of action here would be to convert line endings when the file is being read.

Categories : C++

How to query a field with ASCII 13 or "Carriage return"?
SELECT * FROM Table1 where Myfield = Chr(13) I might also look for a limited number of characters SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE Myfield = Chr(13) OR Len(Myfield) < 2 ' or < 3

Categories : SQL

javascript error with carriage return and newline
It sounds like you haven't gotten all of the line breaks out of your String. You might find this post helpful: How do I replace all line breaks in a string with <br /> tags?

Categories : Java

Why does XSLT add newline (carriage return) in IE10
I found that if I use "ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP")" instead of "window.XMLHttpRequest" the issue goes away. It seems that Microsoft just implemented the browser-native "window.XMLHttpRequest" ... but it has bugs AND limitations. For example, "ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP")" has the transformNode method, but "window.XMLHttpRequest" does not. For browser compatibility in my javascript code I was creating the object as follows: var XMLDoc = (window.XMLHttpRequest) ? (new XMLHttpRequest()) : (new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")) ...so in IE, as long as window.XMLHttpRequest did not exist it was using the ActiveXObject. But now that it does exist it's using it, along with all it's bugs and limitations. I am now in the process of reversing that conditional statement everywhere its

Categories : Javascript

Carriage Return showing in notepad++ but not textpad?
This happens when the EOL control characters are not correct. Windows represents newlines with the carriage return + line feed. In Notepad++, you can check for these characters by selecting: View > Show Symbols > [x] Show End of Line You need to modify your script so your data is formatted like this: CRLF

Categories : Misc

TELNET: Pasting a carriage return into the console
/r/n is a perfectly acceptable carriage return line feed character for ANSI, which is what most telnet clients communicate in. Are you applying the @ sign in front of your string? ie: @"GET / HTTP/1.1 Host: www.example.com Connection: close "; If you are trying to type in /r/n and pasting that input in raw, then the telnet component will often assume you wanted the characters sent as they are type(not as new lines) and do so accordingly.

Categories : Misc

How can I remove carriage return from a text file with Python?
Depending on the type of file (and the OS it comes from, etc), your carriage return might be ' ', ' ', or ' ' '. The best way to get rid of them regardless of which one they are is to use line.rstrip(). with open(infile, "r") as f: for line in f: line = line.rstrip() # strip out all tailing whitespace If you want to get rid of ONLY the carriage returns and not any extra whitespaces that might be at the end, you can supply the optional argument to rstrip: with open(infile, "r") as f: for line in f: line = line.rstrip(' ') # strip out all tailing whitespace Hope this helps

Categories : Python

Removing carriage return from beginning of string in Perl?
^C is not the cat -v representation of carriage return, but of ETX, maybe that's the source of your confusion. s/cC// will remove it. Check with Devel::Peek::Dump from within Perl or uniquote from outside for other invisible characters.

Categories : Regex

RegisterStartupScript Alert Error when carriage return is in the string
Line terminators are not allowed in js strings. Eliminate the line terminators (carriage returns, new line symbols etc.) using regular expressions: var errorMsg = Regex.Replace(ex.Message, @"[u000A|u000D|u2029u2028|u000Du000A]", " "); Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(this.GetType(), "System Error", String.Format("alert('{0}');", errorMsg), true);

Categories : C#

XML line feed symbols are replaced with carriage return
XML parsing normalizes line breaks; XML serialization is responsible for deciding whether to convert them back to CRLF form. See http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/#sec-line-ends

Categories : Xml

How can you specify carriage return and newline character match when using boost::regex?
Try with this one instead : string str_regex("ATI3 v(\d+[.]\d+) OK "); Notice that the of d is escaped to become \d. Applying the same change to your two alternative regular expressions should also make those work. Explanation : This is not a problem with the newline or carriage return matching, but rather with escape sequences in string literals. d is not a valid escape sequence for a string literal - in fact my compiler warns me about this : warning: unknown escape sequence: 'd' [enabled by default] It is a shortcut for [:digit:] recognized by boost::regex. In order for the boost::regex library to 'see' the , it needs to be escaped.

Categories : C++

split on dynamically generated carriage return, using javascript or regex
You can prevent line breaks after short words by replacing any space after those words with a non-breaking space. This displays like a normal space, but doesn't allow the text to be wrapped at this point. E.g. mydiv.innerHTML = mytext.replace(/(w{1,3})s+/g, '$1&nbsp;'); The {1,3} specifies words of one to three alphanumeric characters in length. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Guide/Regular_Expressions for details. You way wish to adjust the regular expression for your own requirements. I don't think the effect is especially visually pleasing. Browsers don't have very sophisticated word-wrapping algorithms.

Categories : Javascript

Problems targeting carriage return and newlines with regex in Python
I think you are better iterating through the string rather than trying to do stuff with regex as Python you can do this in a few steps import re parsed_html = [] # Open the file and close it after being read with open('test.html', 'r') as html_file: lines = html_file.readlines() # Iterate through each line using , or as separators for line in lines: # Remove whitespace chars before and after the content (6 & 7) line = line.strip() # Skip empty lines (you could merge this and latter if) if not line: continue # Skip lines with only <p> or </p> (check output and remove if not needed) if re.match("^</?p>$", line): continue # Remove the date line (using + instead of * as * matches 0 or more entries) line =

Categories : Python

Is there an Aspose way of getting text, including the line breaks/carriage return, out of a cell in Excel?
Try the latest release of Aspose.Cells. It includes the carriage returns and line breaks. If you are displaying the string value in a browser, then all line breaks will be ignored unless you wrap in pre tag. You can do the following to verify it. Check the value of the String variable in Visual Studio debugger. Write the String value to a text file and view it's contents in any Notepad or any editor. It should include the line breaks. File.WriteAllText(@"D:DataAsposeForumsdataa1.txt", a1); And here is the screenshot of the Excel file that I used. I work for Aspose as a Developer Evangelist.

Categories : Dotnet

perl script to monitor & restart listener hangs on nohup waiting for carriage return
You're looking for the system() function, not exec() From the doc for exec(): The exec function executes a system command and never returns; use system instead of exec if you want it to return. Try doing system( $start_comtrol ) instead.

Categories : Perl

SQL Server / SSIS - Exporting a stored procedure to flat file csv preserving carriage return/line feeds
Change field datatype to text or ntext. You can also do double substitution: Replace CR and LF with 2 unique character combinations in SP Replace these char sets with CR and LF in SSIS/SSRS.

Categories : Csv

slidify layouts: title-only, title-and-body, title-and-two-cols, title caption, and blank
Slide layouts are mustache templates that can make use of objects returned by the parser. You can find a list of objects returned by the parser here. Coming to the question raised, here is how one would go about building the layouts for the slides. Title Only <slide class="segue nobackground {{ slide.class }}" id="{{ slide.id }}"> <hgroup> {{{ slide.header }}} </hgroup> </slide> The two column layout inherits from the parent layout, and the column widths are configurable. Two Columns --- layout: slide replace: slide.content --- {{{ slide.content }}} <div class='left' style='float:left;width:{{{ slide.left.w }}}'> {{{ slide.left.html }}} </div> <div class='right' style='float:right;width:{{{ slide.right.w }}}'> {{{ slide.right

Categories : R

Return all values ​​for the title JSON
demo You need to iterate over the items. $.getJSON("...", function (data) { var titles = data.query.results.channel.item.map(function(item) { return item.title; }); $(".make-text").html(titles.join('<br>')); }); Map is often used to extract a property of objects in an array.

Categories : Javascript

Return To Title Bar When The Lock Button Is Pressed Android
After all the time spent trying to figure this out, I realized I was just wasting my time. I fixed it by just making the lock screen not work in my app. Kind of a workaround, but the best thing I could find without wasting weeks of my life.

Categories : Java

dynamically apply title of html document into the title fields of images
var title = document.title; $('.sth').attr('title',title); Edit, but I don't really see the point of doing this. The title of the site has little to do with the images, if it's added to all of them, what is the point anyways?

Categories : PHP

Javascript Slider title replace html for title just working on 1st item
I found a couple of issues with your script, but first you have invalid markup in your page since you have multiple <div> elements with the same ids of tbtit and tbdescp. Id attributes should be unique in a HTML page so should change those to classes instead. Now in your script you need to change the part where you retrieve the values of the title and the description of the image that is hovered to reference the sibling elements: //THIS var tbtit = $("#tbtit").html(); var tbdesc = $("#tbdescp").html(); //SHOULD NOW BE THIS var tbtit = $(this).siblings('.tbtit').text(); var tbdesc = $(this).siblings('.tbdescp').text(); Finally when you update the text for your main image you want to set the content for your <h4> and <p> tags and not replace them completely, so use .t

Categories : Javascript

(javascript / google scripts) How to get the title of a page encoded with iso-8859-1 so that the title will display correctly in my utf-8 website?
Where are you displaying the content is more important. If you are writing it to a spreadsheet, then you have to change the settings of the spreadsheet to the correct language (French). In addition, you can use the advanced parameters to specify what charset the original content is in. For example, var result = UrlFetchApp.fetch( url , {contentType : 'text/html; charset=utf-8'}); var wholePage = result.getContentText(); var scrap = wholePage.match( /<title>(.*?)</title>/ ); var title = scrap[1];

Categories : Javascript

Responsive menu with title: have a resizing title that takes up all available space
Unfortunately, this is not possible with CSS only — not if you want to work with IE8. You have to calculate the available space to fill the divs within, and the calc()'s function just work on modern browsers. I created two topics to search a responsive solution to percentage containers, and the results are here and here. The JavaScript's final solution is this: /** Centralize the main container **/ function calculateMainContainerWidth() { $realWidth = $(".main-container").width() - $(".right").outerWidth(), $containerContent = $(".left"); $containerContent.css("width", $realWidth); }; $(window).on("resize", function() { calculateMainContainerWidth(); }); calculateMainContainerWidth(); Also available in FiddleJS. I hope it helps.

Categories : Jquery

View Pager Title Strip to show one title Only
get pagerTitleStripe (pagerTitleStripe=(PagerTitleStrip) findViewById(R.id.pager_title_strip);) set alpha to 0 in secondary views (pagerTitleStripe.setNonPrimaryAlpha(0);) y listo!

Categories : Android

VBScript Carriage Returns
Try to do a replace of lf (line feed) for lf and cr (carriage return). Linux only has LFs, where windows also requires the carriage return to show the extra line. Alternatively, open the file in Notepad++ and you'll notice that the lines are printed line by line. (http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v6.4.5.html) EDIT: Try the following after you outputted the file to replace the line feeds (reference: link): Const ForReading = 1 Const ForWriting = 2 Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile("C:out.txt", ForReading) strText = objFile.ReadAll objFile.Close strNewText = Replace(strText, chr(10), chr(13) & chr(10)) Set objFile = objFSO.OpenTextFile("C:out.txt", ForWriting) objFile.WriteLine strNewText objFile.Close

Categories : Vbscript

Count carriage returns in javascript
var string = "foo bar baz"; console.log(string); // foo // bar // baz var lines = string.split(/ /).length; Simply split the string by every new lines, and then see how many lines you have.

Categories : Javascript

OS X Terminal: tr: how to add multiple carriage returns?
tl;dr tr is the wrong tool for the job; try something else (like sed) tr (text replace) only does 1:1 replacement - so it will only replace one character, with another, at a time. I think your current command replaces > with /n, >> with /n/n, >>> with /n/n/n and >>>> with /n/n/n/n. try using sed instead, probably something like this (untested!): cat input | sed $'s/>/\ \ \ \ /g' > output

Categories : Osx

Removing Carriage Returns in a column
I'm willing to bet that there's an LF (ASCII 10) character after the CR (ASCII 13) you're trying to eliminate. You're not seeing it because of your tr -d ' '. I'm willing to bet you need to remove both the CR and LF from field 26 of your BVP.csv. But, you only want to remove the LFs that appear just after a CR. You might try this simple perl recipe to strip all CR+LF combos from your csv file, while leaving bare LF intact: perl -p -e 's/ //g' < BVP.csv > BVP1.csv This will strip CR+LF while leaving LF alone. The reason I think this will do what you want is that bare CR without a trailing LF are relatively uncommon. The pre-MacOS X text file formats used CR without LF. Since OS X, those have waned in popularity dramatically.

Categories : Unix

StreamReader does not read in carriage returns
The problem is that you're calling ReadLine() which does exactly that, it reads til it encounters a carriage return (you have to call it in a loop). Typically if you want to read a file line by line with StreamReader the implementation looks more like this (from msdn); using (StreamReader sr = new StreamReader("TestFile.txt")) { string line; // Read and display lines from the file until the end of // the file is reached. while ((line = sr.ReadLine()) != null) { Console.WriteLine(line); } } The condition in the while loop ensures that you will read til the end of the file because ReadLine will return null if there is nothing to read. Another option is just to use File.Re

Categories : C#

Page Title and Site Title Configuration DNN 7
The default behavior is automatic if you leave the "Page Title" setting blank within the settings for the individual page. To accomplish what you desire you will need to customize the settings on a page-by-page basis.

Categories : Asp Net

Difference between window.title and document.title
The window object doesn't have a title property. http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/obj_window.asp Hope this helps! Cheers, LC

Categories : Javascript

Replace spaces, tabs and carriage returns
In Oracle if you just want to remove a character you can omit the third argument of the replace call and the function for character codes is chr(), not char(). So your line would be SELECT ... replace(rs.notes,chr(10)) ...

Categories : SQL



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