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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

.append not working in Notepad++
You're appending a div to the html element: $("html").append("<div><form> Category Name: <input type = "text">") You should put it in the body or below, not in the html element. $("body").append("<div><form> Category Name: <input type = "text">") While some browsers may show the div anyway, you're creating an invalid structure. Sticking to a valid one is probably best. (Note that creating this via the DOM is totally different from actually writing an HTML file with that content. There are "optional" tags in serialized HTML — such as that from a file or URL — but that's different from building an invalid structure via the DOM.) It's also probably a good idea to include the closing tags in the fragment you're appending: $("bo

Categories : Jquery

jquery - append html doesn't append the empty String inside the div
You can escape html your string so it keeps the white spaces. See details here. Or you can trim your message string (=remove spaces at the beginning and end of it) with such an instruction, and then manualy add the spaces (with the &nbsp; code inside a div, span, ...): s.replace(/s+/g, ' ');

Categories : Javascript

regex - notepad++ - search for a string containing a string and not containing another string
Try using negative look ahead: user = (?![aA][bB]).* You are misunderstand how a character class works. The character class - [ab] matches only one character, out of all present inside [ and ]. So, it will match either a or b. I won't match ab in sequence. Basically [ab] is same as a|b.

Categories : Regex

How to get desired String from whole
A way to do it: NSString *stringToModify = @"series0110.0050"; stringToModify = [stringToModify stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:@"series" withString:@""]; NSArray *array = [stringToModify componentsSeparatedByString:@"."]; NSString *finalString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"Series %d %d", [[array objectAtIndex:0] integerValue], [[array objectAtIndex:1] integerValue]]; NSLog(@"%@",finalString); Note that it maybe modified according to what you really want. I assumed that you got always "series" to look for.

Categories : Iphone

Parsing string into desired output
Looks Like each line starts with a space then a numeric. So this might be a simpler first pass cleanup before you do any other processing. var myString = "Line: 12 this way 23 that way 34 no way".ToCharArray(); var firstDigitFound = false; for (int i = 0; i < myString.Length; i++) { var isNumber = char.IsNumber(myString[i]); if (isNumber && i > 0 && !firstDigitFound) { firstDigitFound = true; myString[i - 1] = '|'; } else { firstDigitFound = false; } } var myNewArray = new string(myString).Split('|');

Categories : C#

Oracle: REGEXP_SUBSTR to extract desired string
Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll use regular expressions." Now they have two problems. -- Jamie Zawinski That's not to say never use regex, but in a case like this there may be a much simpler option; could you try using a simpler approach - say, SUBSTR characters 6 to 13 (124281-2) and characters 22 to 26 (31701)? That's assuming fixed substring lengths, which you may not have - but it's worth looking at. Alternatively, if you have to use a regex, you'll need to use groups to trap the two values you want back; try being more specific - something like [A-Z]+: ([0-9-]+) - [A-Z]+: ([0-9]+)

Categories : SQL

Split string to desired form using Python
Is that N3/Turtle? If so, I think you want RDFlib. Also see: Reading a Turtle/N3 RDF File with Python

Categories : Python

To replace a string and append a string in perl in 1 file
Use Three-arg open and open your file in Read+Write mode by +<.

Categories : Perl

How to replace several characters on a single string to desired characters (java)?
public class TranslateChar { /** @param args */ public static void main(final String[] args) { final Map<Character, Character> mapCharCod = new HashMap<>(36); final Map<Character, Character> mapCharDecod = new HashMap<>(36); mapCharCod.put('A', 'Z'); mapCharCod.put('B', 'X'); mapCharCod.put('C', 'Y'); mapCharDecod.put('Z', 'A'); mapCharDecod.put('X', 'B'); mapCharDecod.put('Y', 'C'); final String toCod = "CAB"; StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("{"); for (final char c : toCod.toCharArray()) { sb.append(mapCharCod.get(c)); sb.append(','); } sb.setCharAt(sb.length() - 1, '}'); System.out.println(sb.toString()); f

Categories : Java

Telling sed where exactly to append a string
It easier to do with awk. When first field matches Numbers, print that line, read next one (getline), print it and then print your line (000). The last print is the default for every other line of the input file: awk '$1 ~ /Numbers/ { print; getline; print; print "000"; next } { print }' infile It yields: Separator line of dashes Letters Separator line of dashes aaa bbb Separator line of dashes Numbers Separator line of dashes 000 111 222

Categories : Bash

append a string to the params name
Billy Chan is right, what you're trying to do sounds very strange and you should probably rethink your whole approach. But if you must do such an odd thing, you could just do this: params[:"attended_#{@sys.id}"] = params.delete(:attended) Or, since params will be a HashWithIndifferentAccess, you could skip the symbolification: params["attended_#{@sys.id}"] = params.delete(:attended) # or even params["attended_#{@sys.id}"] = params.delete('attended') params is simply a method that returns a Hash, you can change that Hash as needed.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

PHP String Replace/Append
Here you go <?php $string = "anything"; echo substr($string."------------------------------------------",0,20); ?> Just use the first 20 chars of your string and ------------------------ Edit based on new requirement not given in original question for some reason. <?php $string = "anything"; $newstring = substr($string."------------------------------------------",0,20); echo $newstring."whatever you want to add at end"; ?>

Categories : PHP

how to append string when match by awk or sed
sed 's/Date_Of_Event,/Date_Of_Event dd/mm/yyyy hh24:mi:ss,"/g' my_file But you could also use different delim in sed, so you don't have to escape / sed 's#Date_Of_Event,#Date_Of_Event dd/mm/yyyy hh24:mi:ss,"#g' my_file

Categories : Misc

How can I append

to the start and

to the end of a string if it's missing?
If I understand your needs, I'd use something very easy like var s = your_user_string; if (!s.StartsWith("<p>") && !s.EndsWith("</p>")) s = String.Format("<p>{0}</p>", s); UPDATED after OP comment: var s = !input.StartsWith("<p>", StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase) && !input.EndsWith("</p>", StringComparison.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase) ? String.Format("<p>{0}</p>", input) : input;

Categories : C#

append a json string to a file
Methods in java.nio.Files: public static Path write(Path path, Iterable<? extends CharSequence> lines, Charset cs, OpenOption... options) public static BufferedWriter newBufferedWriter(Path path, Charset cs, OpenOption... options) If options excludes CREATE, then existing file is opened, but new file never created. If options excludes TRUNCATE, then existing content is kept and new content is appended. Calls: java.nio.Files.write(new Path(...), myOutputString, // or StringBuffer/StringBuilder/Charbuffer myCharset, // e.g. java.nio.charset.Charset.forName("UTF8")

Categories : Java

Append string between each cell value in a series
Put a comma and a space in cell B1, then use this formula: =CONCATENATE(A1,B1,A2,B1,A3,B1,A4, B1, A5) There are several answers to the following question that you can try as well, including VBA options and a formula: Need to concatenate varying number of cells...

Categories : Excel

Append a string to another with Regex tools
In sed, + is not a special character, and literally means the + character. You need to escape it with backslash: sed 's/[0-9]+/file&.txt/' file_name.txt Alternatively you can use the -r option, which adds several special characters (including +): sed -r 's/[0-9]+/file&.txt/' file_name.txt

Categories : Regex

Bash: loop through file line by line, find specific string and append to each subsequent line until same string is found
If I have your requirements right, this little awk program will work: awk '/^AB1/{ab1=$0;next}/^AB2/{print $0, ab1}' That will do nothing with any line which doesn't start with AB1 or AB2 and it fails to check for equality of the 12-character string following the AB1/AB2. I couldn't tell if you require that check.

Categories : Regex

I want to find the word and replace the 3 word after the search string with my desired word in batch script
You were close. See mods to your code below. If you really want the first word after wordB... this will do it. Don't enable delayed expansion if you don't need it because that just messes you up if there are ! in the text. @echo off SET InFile=test.txt FOR /F "tokens=*" %%A IN ('FINDSTR "wordA" "%InFile%" ^| FINDSTR "wordB"') DO CALL :FindString "%%A" pause goto :eof :FindString SET String=%~1 SET String=%String:*wordA =% SET String=%String:wordB =% FOR /F "tokens=1" %%A IN ('echo.%String%') DO ECHO.%%A :goto :eof

Categories : Batch File

jquery get textarea -> append to search string
just try to get the value by element id var txtarea = $("#s").val(); is this u want? $(document).ready(function() { $(".btn").click(function() { var txt = $("#s").val(); $.ajax({ type: "GET", dataType: "jsonp", cache: false, url: "https://api.instagram.com/v1/tags/"+txt+"beach/media/recent?client_id=xxx&access_token=yyy", success: function(data) { for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) { $("#w").append("<a class='photos' target='_blank' href='" + data.data[i].link + "'><img src='" + data.data[i].images.low_resolution.url +"'></img></a>"); } } }); });

Categories : Jquery

String method Append() : StringBuilder vs StringBuffer
StringBuilder does have a constructor accepting a String as an argument, and does have a .charAt() method (which it it must implement since it implements CharSequence). Conclusion: this is a mishap from the part of your IDE, which did not import the correct StringBuilder. You use another library which has the unfortunate "property" of having implemented a class by the same name -- but not in the same package. Go see at the top of your file if the import line is: import java.lang.StringBuilder;

Categories : Java

how to append string to Categories : Javascript
Objective-C append to string not working NSXMLParser
The stringByAppendingString function returns a NSString. It doesn't alter the receiver. You need to fix your use of stringByAppendingString. For example, in foundCharacters, replace this: [arrayString stringByAppendingString:string]; With this: arrayString = [arrayString stringByAppendingString:string]; Apple's documentation on stringByAppendingString: stringByAppendingString: Returns a new string made by appending a given string to the receiver. Also, when appending strings, don't forget to initialize the string before you append to it.

Categories : IOS

preg_replace if string doesn't exist, append
preg_replace('/^([^5]*)$/', '${1}5', '1253'); # => 1253 preg_replace('/^([^5]*)$/', '${1}5', '1234'); # => 12345 NOTE: used ${1}5 instead of $15 to distinguish group 1 from literal5`.

Categories : PHP

How do I append some text to a string and call it as a method?
You could probably do something like: Then(/^I should see my (published|unpublished) project$/) do |published_state| page.should have_content(send(:"#{published_state}_name")) end However, I would simply write: Then /^I should see my published project$/ do page.should have_content(published_name) end Then /^I should see my unpublished project$/ do page.should have_content(unpublished_name) end

Categories : Ruby

How to append query string & value via IIS rewrite rule?
Found the solution by myself, just share it. <rewrite> <rules> <rule name="Redirect for download result page" stopProcessing="true"> <match url="(.*)/test.aspx(.*)" /> <action type="Redirect" url="{R:1}/test.aspx?rf=sp" appendQueryString="true" redirectType="Found" /> <conditions> <add input="{QUERY_STRING}" pattern="flag=value" negate="true" /> </conditions> </rule> </rules> </rewrite>

Categories : Iis

How to append a dynamic string to the end of a copy's filename
In two steps: Copy the file to /home/sys. cp /home/dev/a1234.txt /home/sys Move from a1234.txt to a1234.txt.130625. This way you can make it more general. mv /home/sys/a1234.txt{,$date} #is expanded to mv /home/sys/a1234.txt /home/sys/a1234.$date As you indicate your file name will change, you can generalise my answer with $file_name instead of a1234.txt. Test $ touch a $ date=23 $ mv aa{,$date} $ ls aa23

Categories : Unix

jQuery append preformatted concatenated string
HTML doesn't handle multiple spaces or new lines. You may : put the whole in a <pre> element (the simplest would be to have <pre id=options></pre>) replace the with <BR> : options = options.replace(/ /g,'<br>')

Categories : Javascript

Append text string after first character in textarea
You may try this $(function(){ var items = ''; $.each(results, function (i, marker) { items+= ' {latitude:' + marker.position.lat() + ', ' + 'longitude:' + marker.position.lng() +'}, '; }); $("#geofenceCoords").val('['+' '+items.substr(0, (items.length-2))+' ]'); }); This will output something like this [ {latitude:123, longitude:321}, {latitude:567, longitude:765} ]

Categories : Jquery

Parse rss feed and append string to link - objective c
You simply append the parameter as below: NSString *modifiedString = [NSString stringWithFormat:@"%@%@",[item.link absoluteString],@"?f=m"]; NSURL *modifiedUrl = [NSURL URLWithString:modifiedString]; Now use modifiedUrl instead of item.link

Categories : IOS

Append a column values from multiple rows into a string
To achieve your goal you need to use STUFF() and GROUP BY SELECT q.Question + ';' + STUFF((SELECT ';' + Answer FROM Answers WHERE Question_Id = q.Question_Id ORDER BY 1 FOR XML PATH(''), TYPE ).value('.', 'NVARCHAR(MAX)'),1,1,'') result FROM Questions q LEFT JOIN Answers a ON q.Question_Id = a.Question_Id GROUP BY q.Question_Id, q.Question Sample output: | RESULT | ----------------------------------------------- | Can You Repeat The Question;Maybe;No;Yes | | Can You Really Repeat The Question;Sure;Yes | Here is SQLFiddle demo If there is a possibility of having questions without answers being assigned yet and you want to properly show them you may use I

Categories : SQL

Loop through unix array and get the last character and append string
This is in bash, not sh: #!/bin/bash fruitlist=(apple pear tomato peach grape); for curFruit in "${fruitlist[@]}"; do [[ ${curFruit: -1} == 'o' ]] && ending='es' || ending='s' echo "I like ${curFruit}$ending" done Also note that you cannot remove the space in ${curFruit: -1}. Without space character it will become a syntax for default value. Also, if you don't like one line if syntax, use this: if [[ ${curFruit: -1} == 'o' ]]; then ending='es' else ending='s' fi

Categories : Linux

In emacs lisp how can I append a string to a file that I don't like to open?
Why don't you try something like: (defun my-append-string-to-file (s filename) (with-temp-buffer (insert s) (write-region (point-min) (point-max) filename t))) EDIT: Apparently, as @Stefan answered, write-region is capable of appending a string to a file, so I would recommend using his answer instead.

Categories : Emacs

Ruby: How to append to each line of a string based on a given regex?
Given the example provided, I'd just do something like this: text.split(/</?tag>/). reject {|t| t.strip.length == 0 }. map {|t| "<tag>%s</tag>" % t.strip }. join(" ") You're basically treating either and as record delimiters, so you can just split on them, reject any blank records, then construct a new combined string from the extracted values. This works nicely when you can't count on newlines being record delimiters and will generally be tolerant of missing tags. If you're insistent on a pure regex solution, though, and your data format will always match the given format (one record per line), you can use a negative lookbehind: text.strip.gsub(/(?<!</tag>)( |$)/, "</tag>\1")

Categories : Ruby

C#: Why does .ToString() append text faster to an int converted to string?
Now we have an extra step where i is being converted to a string? It's not an extra step. Even in the first snippet, obviously the integer i has to be converted to a string somewhere -- this is taken care of by the addition operator so it happens where you don't see it, but it still happens. The reason the second snippet is faster is because it does not have to create a new string by concatenating the result of i.ToString() and ",". Here's what the first version does: sb.Append ( i+","); Call i.ToString. Create a new string (think new string(iAsString + ",")). Call sb.Append. Here's what the second version does: Call i.ToString. Call sb.Append. Call sb.Append. As you can see the only difference is the second step, where calling sb.Append in the second version is expected t

Categories : C#

how to append unique string at the end of resource routes in rails4
You should be able to do this by specifying the routes individually like this: get 'secret/:id/:token' => 'secret#show' #or whatever action In that controller action you can ensure that the token matches the id. But you should know that this is not secure, that url will be stored in browser history and will be visible to other sites if that page has external links

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Rewrite rule to append a string in the url through htaccess file
Is brand_name what you want to get stored in the variable? Then try: RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^xyz-string/([A-Za-z_]+)/$ pagename.php?name=$1 [NC,L] Note that you might have to change the flags depending on other rules in your .htaccess file. Also, with the above RegEx, brand_name can only consist of letters and underscores.

Categories : Regex

How to append 4 digit number to the next string read from file
Is this what you want? while((data = br.readLine()) != null) { String[] data=br.readLine().split(); if(data!=null&&data.length==2) { System.out.println(data[1]+"/"+data[0]); }else { System.out.println("bad string!"); } }

Categories : Java

PHP how can I append $html_div (string type) to child of DOMElement
I would suggest you to use PHP's Simple HTML DOM Parser and do it easily (just like jQuery) include('simple_html_dom.php'); $html = str_get_html("<!DOCTYPE HTML><html><head><meta charset='utf-8'><title>TEST</title></head><body></body></html>"); $html->find('body', 0)->innertext = "<div class='MyClass' id='MyID'>ABC<hr><div></div></div>"; echo $html; It's a small library to make the dom manipulation easy and it really did it, you can use it easily, it's a fun.

Categories : PHP



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