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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

Override a private JS method in Yii Grid View
IMHO, acceptable options is 1 or 3 1: + Uses the core functionality + Only one request for script - You can break something 3: + Safety (did not break anything) - Additional request - Need to connect in each file I would choose option number 1

Categories : Javascript

How can I extend a module, override a method, and still call the overridden method?
Why something so complicated ? You could something like this module URI def first_level_domain host.split('.').last(2).join('.') end end uri = URI.parse('http://subdomain.domain.com/section/page.html') uri.first_level_domain # => "domain.com"

Categories : Ruby

Is there a way in javascript to give access to variable inside a prototype private (using the Module JS Pattern) method
Nope. The two strategies are somewhat incompatible. Which is why private properties are usually public, but prefixed with an underscore, when using prototypes. Namespace.Apple = function(p_color){ this._color = p_color; }; Namespace.Apple.prototype.eat = function(){ console.log("I'm eating a " + this._color + " apple !") }; This tells JS developers using this code that they should not mess with the _color property, as it's for internal use. That said, you have other big problems here... Namespace.Apple = function(p_color){ var AppleInstance = this; //clarity.. AppleInstance.color = p_color; return { /************** / Public method /**************/ //Here, we only return an access to the Method Eat Eat : NameSpace.Apple.prototype.Eat } } This do

Categories : Javascript

private method in python
Python doesn't have the concept of 'private' the way many other languages do. It is built on the consenting adult principle that says that users of your code will use it responsibly. By convention, attributes starting with a single or double leading underscore will be treated as part of the internal implementation, but they are not actually hidden from users. Double underscore will cause name mangling of the attribute name though. Also, I'd note for you that self is only special by convention, not by any feature of the language. For instance methods, when called as members of an instance, they are implicitly passed the instance as a first argument, but in the implementation of the method itself, that argument can technically be named any arbitrary thing you want. self is just the con

Categories : Python

What does it mean for a private method to be only accessible from its own class in python?
class Car(object): def __reset_odometer(self): pass def reset(self): self.__reset_odometer() # This is valid. turbocar = Car() turbocar.reset() turbocar.__reset_odometer() # This is invalid. __reset_odometer is only accessible from Car methods.

Categories : Python

Is there a Python method to access all non-private and non-builtin attributes of a class?
Actually, it would be unpythonic for such function to exists - because "officially" there is no private or protected fields/properties in Python. While it makes sense to throw away module attributes with leading underscores (which are usually some implementation details) during import * from some module*, it is not useful in context of any other object. So, if you need to list only "public" methods/attributes of an object, just iterate through result of dir and drop names with leading underscores. * "during import * from some module'" Usually it is not the best practice. Consider the next example: module A has a1 and a2 defined module B has b1 and b2 defined This code in module C works as expected: from A import a1, a2 from B import * Imagine we add function a1 in module B. N

Categories : Python

Can't override method (Flash Builder) - #1065 Variable Override is not defined
I solved it myself, kind of an strange error, but oh well. I had to press the cross icon that says "Remove Launch" and "Remove All Terminated Launches" next to the stop icon in the console tab. I even restarted my PC, tried project>clean, and restarted Flash Builder several times but only that fixed it. I leave this here just in case anyone meets the same error.

Categories : Actionscript

why is there a need to override hashcode if I override equals method in java?
Go to this link The hashcode is used to maintain the contract and uniquely identify each object in hashmap or hashtable.

Categories : Java

python cannot call module method from staticmethod?
Don't start names with double underscores. Any identifier found in a class statement, starting with at least 2 underscores and ending with less than 2 underscores, gets _Classname prepended to it, where Classname is the name of the class. This is supposed to provide limited support for private-ish variables, but using it is often considered bad practice.

Categories : Python

Why I cannot use python module concurrent.futures in class method?
From the docs: The ProcessPoolExecutor class is an Executor subclass that uses a pool of processes to execute calls asynchronously. ProcessPoolExecutor uses the multiprocessing module, which allows it to side-step the Global Interpreter Lock but also means that only picklable objects can be executed and returned. Try a ThreadPoolExecutor Update I looked over your code again, the problem is that the function - make_readdb - is a member of the class test. Can you refactor and pull this function out?

Categories : Python

Trying to override _beforeSave method and Magento calling both custom method and core method as well
The same question was answered here. The main idea is that if you copied the method from the original class, this line parent::_beforeSave($customer) will call the original method. You can replace that line with Mage_Eav_Model_Entity_Abstract::_beforeSave($customer); thanks @ProxiBlue for the idea.

Categories : Magento

How can I override private variable by passing it as a parameter in a class member function?
In Java, all arguments are passed by value. That means that the value of image1 cannot be changed in the called method; only the local copy of the reference can be changed. You could do something like this: @Override protected void onResume() { super.onResume(); image1 = onUpdate(); } private ImageView onUpdate() { ImageView image = new ImageView(this); // I would like to override member variable image1 // update image parameters return image; }

Categories : Java

Joomla module CSS override
Both the selectors are completely different, what you are doing with this joomla_tables is you target the table where joomla targets tr and td so you need .joomla_tables tr, .joomla_tables td { border: 0; padding: 5px; } Now the above selector will select all tr and td which are nested inside element having a class joomla_tables. Joomla targets tr and td, you are targeting table, so using your selector, it does get rid of the table border but you will still see it, as td has the border, so just use the selector I provided and it will target the elements perfectly. For making it more stricter, you can use table.joomla_tables tr, table.joomla_tables td { /* Styles goes here */ } Note: tr don't have borders and paddings, it's the td which has borders (It can have bord

Categories : HTML

Extend not override module in TypeScript
You can do it with vars: module library { export var widget = function () { // } } module library{ if(library.widget){ return; } else{ library.widget = function(){ } } } Try it.

Categories : Typescript

Is it possible to override #initialize in a Ruby module?
Would it satisfy to have a conditional call in Foo's initialize that only calls an included method if it's present? module Mo def initialize_extra puts "Hello from Mo" end end class Foo include Mo def initialize if defined? initialize_extra initialize_extra else puts "Hello from Foo" end end end x = Foo.new

Categories : Ruby

Node JS override standard module
I feel obliged to strongly warn you against overriding native functions. That being said, this will work: main.js: var fs = require('fs'), oldReadFile = fs.readFile; fs.readFile = function (filename, options, callback) { console.log('hey!'); oldReadFile(filename, options, callback) }; var other = require('./other'); other.test(); other.js: var fs = require('fs'); exports.test = function () { fs.readFile('./main.js', {encoding: 'utf8'}, function (err, data) { console.log(err, data); }); }; You'll need to wrap your user's script with your own to first override what you want.

Categories : Javascript

Override module in magento, no result
Action controllers are instantiated and resolved differently than the other main class types in Magento (blocks, helpers, and models): Rewrite via config XML can be achieved but via a different mechanism and convention By intentional design PSR-0-like autoloading does not work for controller classes in Magento. It is necessary to add a separate module's controllers directory under the overwritten module's frontName: <frontend><!-- match to original module config --> <routers> <newsletter><!-- match to original module config--> <args> <modules> <MageNS before="Mage_Newsletter">MageNS_Module</MageNS> <!-- The above points to app

Categories : Magento

How do I override an attr_accessor getter from a module?
Are you sure you want the attr_accessor? Wouldn't an attr_writer suffice? require 'active_support/all' module HasUrl extend ActiveSupport::Concern included do attr_writer :bar end def bar 0 end end class Foo include HasUrl end p Foo.new.bar Anyhow, if you really want to use attr_accessor, this should work: require 'active_support/all' module HasUrl extend ActiveSupport::Concern included do attr_accessor :bar define_method :bar do 0 end end end class Foo include HasUrl end p Foo.new.bar

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Angular Module Private Members
No, it is not possible to create "private" services in the current version of AngularJS. There were some discussions about support for private (module-scoped) services but it is not implemented. As of today all the services exposed on a given module are visible to all other modules.

Categories : Javascript

Override Dagger Module in Robolectric Tests
I suppose you are creating the object graph in Application.onCreate(). If that's the case and if you're using Robolectric 2, you can create a test application as explained here and create an object graph for your tests with your test modules (prod and test application must inherit from the same base class). For more info on this, you can have a look here. Hope it helps.

Categories : Android

Magento Override Community Controller from a local module
Looks almost correct. Try replacing <Namespace_Mylocalmodule before="Namespace_Mycommunitymodule">Namespace_Mylocalmodule_Mycommunitymodule</Namespace_Mylocalmodule> by <Namespace_Mylocalmodule before="Namespace_Mycommunitymodule">Namespace_Mylocalmodule</Namespace_Mylocalmodule> and the class name Namespace_Mylocalmodule_Mycommunitymodule_IndexController by Namespace_Mylocalmodule_IndexController as of its filename and folder if needed.

Categories : Magento

Can I choose where to publish my NPM module - either to the public or a private repo?
In the package.json file: { "publishConfig": { "registry":"https://private.internal.registry.mycompany.local/" } } The npmrc stuff is a bit tricky to manage. We're working on rewriting a bunch of stuff so that all those configs will be scoped to a specific registry, but it'll be a while before that's done.

Categories : Node Js

How can I share module-private data between 2 files in Node?
I'd like some vars from one file to be accessible from other file, but not from the files external to the module Yes, it is possible. You can load that other file into your module and hand it over a privileged function that offers access to specific variables from your module scope, or just hand it over the values themselves: index.js: var foo = 'some value'; module.exports.additional = require('./additional.js')(foo); module.exports.extra = require('./extra.js')(foo); extra.js: module.exports = function(foo){ // some magic here var bar = foo; // foo is the foo from index.js // instead of assigning the magic to exports, return it }; additional.js: module.exports = function(foo){ // some magic here var qux = foo; // foo is the foo from index.js again // instead of a

Categories : Javascript

Javascript revealing Module, return private field
The "changename" function only updates the "name" property of the object; it doesn't mess with the local variable called "name" that's present in the closure, and it doesn't mess with "foo". Thus the "foo" property of the object retains it's initial value no matter what you pass to "changename". So step by step: The variable "vm2" is initialized by that anonymous function. It's value is an object with three properties. The call to the "changename" function is made via the property reference on "vm2". That will cause this to be bound to that object while "changename" executes. Inside "changename", the "name" property of the object referenced by this (which is the "vm2" object) is updated to whatever value is passed as the parameter. Note that once "vm2" is initialized, nothing in that

Categories : Javascript

Accessing Private Methods from Module Functions in Ruby
If you want to call methods directly on the module (e.g., Party.pooper), you have to define the methods using self module Party def self.pooper enjoy end private def self.enjoy puts "wahoo!" end end Party.pooper #=> wahoo! Generally though, one primary purpose of modules is they are meant to be added to a class using include or extend. module Party def pooper enjoy end private def enjoy puts "wahoo!" end end Here's an extend example that shows the module methods being added as class methods class Diaper extend Party end Diaper.pooper #=> wahoo! Here's an include example that shows the module methods being added as instance methods class Toilet include Party end t = Toilet.new t.pooper #=> wahoo!

Categories : Ruby

How to mock the return of a public method called in a private method inSpring
If you are trying to test Service, then you have to mock oracleDao as well and make its getSubjectOracle() method return the String you want. I'm assuming you aren't testing getSubject() but a method that calls getSubject().

Categories : Java

RSpec. How to test method with nested private method (mocking/stubbing)?
I would just test the default method without regards to the fact that it uses a private method to do its work. Figure out what the expected outputs for given inputs are. The primary reason I say this is that it makes your tests more robust. You can change the internal workings of the default method, maybe even eliminating the private method, without changing the test. The only thing I would think about mocking is whatever the settings object is in the private merge_op method. That object is effectively an input to the default method.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Can I add a method to a requirejs module used as dependency in another module and have it available every time the module is loaded as dependency?
Short answer: Yes. The module needs to be an object/instance (not a class) and it will work with requirejs. Long answer: When you require a module as a dependence for the first time Requirejs generates an object, and for the next times you requires the module Requirejs will return the object it generated the first time. So all the times you require a module you get always the same reference of the object. With define([], function () { var app = { //my methods. }; return app; }); and define(['app'], function (app) { app.newMethod = function (){ // ... }; }); you can use app like this: define(['app'], function (app) { app.newMethod(); }); But injecting methods from one object to an other is a really bad practice. If you need something f

Categories : Javascript

How to access Parameter Value of public method inside private method
public partial class EditQuestionMaster : Form { DbHandling db = new DbHandling(); int qid; // here is the class variable public EditQuestionMaster(int qid_value) { InitializeComponent(); this.qid = qid_value; // set the value here string subNtop = db.GetEditSubNTopic(qid_value); string[] subNtopData = subNtop.Split('~'); cmbSubject.Text = subNtopData[2]; } private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { qid // use it here

Categories : C#

How to access method defined in a module inside another module in Ruby?
You've define the method as an instance method. If you want to use the method without an instance, it should be a class method on the module: module A module B def self.whoa puts 'Whoa!' end end end 1.9.3p327 :009 > A::B.whoa Whoa! => nil

Categories : Ruby

How to resolve The method addView(View, int, LinearLayout.LayoutParams) of type YourLayout must override or implement a supertype method
Change it to addView(View child, int index, ViewGroup.LayoutParams params) Looks like somehow you imported LinearLayout.LayoutParams instead of ViewGroup.LayoutParams and ViewGroup does not have a method with a signature like that. ViewGroup.addView() Make sure your method is using the right kind of LayoutParams

Categories : Java

How to override prestashop's default front-office template and controller in module
Modules can work like you ask only if there's an HOOK inside the template/controller that allow you to run your customized function. Look if you have a chance of hooking your module somewhere by watching on the list showed inside backoffice > modules > position the Address controllers hasn't got any Hook if i recall well, so you have 3 ways to edit its functionality: 1) go for an (imho) horrible client-side modification, by an heavy usage of jquery/ajax call to perform the action you need. Place the code by using a module that only add your js script in the header by using the hookHeader() function. Since this hook it's always called in all the site you can exploit the missing hook in the address template. 2) add yourself an hook inside the Controller and the template by follow

Categories : PHP

Revealing Module Pattern adding submodule and accessing private functions
Unless you are defining the submodule in the same lexical scope as the parent module, and doing some kind of closure over the "parent" private functions, you can't. You made the functions private, and so you need to be able to see them to call them. And you can't see them when defining a sub-module in a different place from the parent module. The only way you will get your desired structure is like this: var Module = (function () { function B() { console.log("B"); }; var Utils = (function () { function C() { B(); }; return { C: C } })() return { Utils: Utils }; })();

Categories : Javascript

public const doesn't override private const function?
make sure navmesh is const in the context of your call. But I would not recommend const_cast it, you might read this http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq/overview-const.html .

Categories : C++

Import python module over the internet/multiple protocols or dynamically create module
In principle, yes, but all of the tools built-in which kinda support this go through the filesystem. To do this, you're going to have to load the source from wherever, compile it with compile, and exec it with the __dict__ of a new module. See below. I have left the actually grabbing text from the internet, and parsing uris etc as an exercise for the reader (for beginners: I suggest using requests) In pep 302 terms, this would be the implementation behind a loader.load_module function (the parameters are different). See that document for details on how to integrate this with the import statement. import imp modulesource = 'a=1;b=2' #load from internet or wherever def makemodule(modulesource,sourcestr='http://some/url/or/whatever',modname=None): #if loading from the internet, you'd

Categories : Python

why is python argparse giving the help for imported module rather than current module?
Your tone module defines an argument parser at the module level and prints the help message as it parses your command line arguments If you only want the parsing to take place if tone is being run as a script, move the parser.parse_args() call to your __main__ test block: if __name__ == '__main__': # run as a script, not imported as a module args = parser.parse_args()

Categories : Python

Why does this method override inside a method fail?
you cannot call the constructor in the later calls of your other overloaded constructor. the call to constructor of the same class or super class has to be the first statement in the constructor. and you have to call it by this() or super() public Hello(int value){ this(); this.value=value; title = "Hello"; }

Categories : Java

python c api not able to import any module into the newly created module
Resolved this in a different way : The problem is that the __dict__ attribute of a module is read-only. I am using the python/c api for 2.7.5. After using PyModule_New there was no provisioning to execute any code into the __dict__ for imports in the api. So I used a different approach. I created a module using python code rather than the python/c api. Which has the provision to to execute some code into a modules dictionary exec 'import sys' in mymod.__dict__. The sys import provides the newly created module to have access to sys.modules which has all the available modules. So when I do another import, the program knows where to look up the path for the import. Here is the code. PyRun_SimpleString("import types,sys"); //create the new module in python PyRun_SimpleString("mymod = t

Categories : Python

Python: where is the method listdir because there is no "def listdir()" in module os.py?
The listdir method is actually implemented in a C module, and is imported dynamically depending on the operating system environment. You can see the imports near the top of os.py, in blocks like this : if 'posix' in _names: name = 'posix' linesep = ' ' from posix import * Then the file posixmodule.c in the Python source has the POSIX implementation of listdir : https://github.com/python-git/python/blob/master/Modules/posixmodule.c#L2068 (and likewise for other OSes).

Categories : Python



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