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Regex string mismatch with pipe
So there are a couple of issues. First, an alternation applies to the entire group that contains it. Secondly, $ matches the end of the input string (or the end of the line in multi-line mode). So your first regex: //automobiles/(cr)|(ts$)|(zs)|(ax)|(wx)$/ will match a literal /automobiles/cr or a literal ts followed by the end of the string or a literal zs or a literal ax or a literal wx followed by the end of the string. I suspect you want a pattern like this instead: //automobiles/(cr|ts|zs|ax|wx)// This will match a literal /automobiles/ followed by a literal cr, ts, zs, ax, or wx followed by a literal /. I dropped the $ because in your example you used /..., implying that there are other characters following the final /. You can test it here.

Categories : Javascript

Meta Regex: test if regex is only a string (no regex "wildcards")
Well, there's a quick two-step way to test for this. Instead of testing for escaped characters and wildcards in one regex, the first line of your function could remove escaped characters, then the second line would test the remaining string for wildcard-type expressions. .*(([.+?])|({[0-9]*,[0-9]*})|(*)|(+)).* will match a string that contains any *, +, {#,#}, or [] expression. In your function, return whether or not the passed string matches this expression.

Categories : C++

Java VM mismatch
I had the same problem and resolved it by: Installing the 64 bit java JRE Installing the 64 bit java JDK Apparently, IMO the java SunSpot expects the architecture for the processor and java to be the same. Once this was done I got Solarium running.

Categories : Java

VBA type mismatch
As per the comment by user414076 which was mostly correct: Sub testHidden() Dim i As Integer Dim totalRows As long totalRows = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count ActiveSheet.Rows("1:" + CStr(totalRows)).Hidden = False End Sub

Categories : Excel

Git log and reality mismatch
When you pulled and did the merge, commit 2ab5fb14765caa269c027e8c57b11232b0441625 removed a large chunk of code near where you made your change and git mistakenly resolved the merge using that commits version of the line. You can see the line in the patch for that commit. Git doesn't keep track of line changes. It tracks the state of the files at a given point. Git doesn’t think of or store its data this way. Instead, Git thinks of its data more like a set of snapshots of a mini filesystem. Every time you commit, or save the state of your project in Git, it basically takes a picture of what all your files look like at that moment and stores a reference to that snapshot. To be efficient, if files have not changed, Git doesn’t store the file again—just a link to the

Categories : GIT

atmost K mismatch substrings?
You have two errors. First, for(r=1;r<len;r++) should be for(r=1;r<=len-j;r++) since otherwise, str[j+r] would at some point begin comparing characters past the null-terminator (i.e. beyond the end of the string). The greatest r can be is the remaining number of characters from the jth index to the last character. Second, writing str[i+r] and str[j+r] skips the comparison of the ith and jth characters since r is always at least 1. You should write for(r=0;r<len-j;r++)

Categories : C

DB2 Tablespace Size mismatch
Even though this table function has been deprecated (it was deprecated in DB2 9.1), this looks like a bug in SNAPSHOT_TBS_CFG, which has been corrected in more current versions (I don't see this bug in 9.7.3). It's been replaced with the much more useful SNAPTBSP_PART administrative view. Please note that with DPF (née EEE), using this table function with the global argument for the database partition number (-2) is not particularly useful as it does include the database partition number in its output - so for tablespaces spanning multiple database partitions you will get multiple rows returned with no way to tell which row came from which database partition.

Categories : SQL

Async PCL assmeblies mismatch
Can you try: Uninstalling the package everywhere Removing any binding redirects that refer to System.Runtime, System.Threading.Tasks or Microsoft.Threading.* from all projects. Reinstall the package in every project including the WP8 project There should be no binding redirects in the WP8 project referring to System.* - if there are, remove them also (you might be hitting https://nuget.codeplex.com/workitem/3072).

Categories : Dotnet

MySQL collation mismatch
Hope this would be helpful: http://forums.mysql.com/read.php?103,265345,265579 And this: http://ftp.nchu.edu.tw/MySQL/doc/refman/5.1/en/charset-collate-tricky.html

Categories : Mysql

Why is there no type mismatch error?
The Go Programming Language Specification Conversions Specific rules apply to (non-constant) conversions between numeric types. Conversions between numeric types For the conversion of non-constant numeric values, the following rules apply: When converting between integer types, if the value is a signed integer, it is sign extended to implicit infinite precision; otherwise it is zero extended. It is then truncated to fit in the result type's size. For example, if v := uint16(0x10F0), then uint32(int8(v)) == 0xFFFFFFF0. The conversion always yields a valid value; there is no indication of overflow. When converting a floating-point number to an integer, the fraction is discarded (truncation towards zero). When converting an integer or floatin

Categories : Go

Apache2 SSL Certificate/Key mismatch
$ openssl s_server -cert server.crt -key server.key 140518544565920:error:0D0680A8:asn1 encoding routines:ASN1_CHECK_TLEN:wrong tag:tasn_dec.c:1319: 140518544565920:error:0D06C03A:asn1 encoding routines:ASN1_D2I_EX_PRIMITIVE:nested asn1 error:tasn_dec.c:831: 140518544565920:error:0D08303A:asn1 encoding routines:ASN1_TEMPLATE_NOEXP_D2I:nested asn1 error:tasn_dec.c:751:Field=n, Type=RSA 140518544565920:error:04093004:rsa routines:OLD_RSA_PRIV_DECODE:RSA lib:rsa_ameth.c:115: Add -keyform. It can be DER or PEM. You'll have to look at server.key to determine the form. If server.key has --- BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY --- (or similar), its PEM. If its not PEM encoded, then try DER. Also, server.key might be encrypted. You might have to re-save the key without a passphrase.

Categories : Ssl

Ruby version mismatch
Please read this blog post, I think this is the answer for you. I had the same problem before so I specified the ruby version it worked afterwards. http://cbednarski.com/articles/installing-ruby/

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Data type mismatch using RND()
You need to verify the values in the Number column where a.Location = 'Columbus'... I suspect you have a non-numeric value in one of the Number columns, which is causing the type mismatch error. You can use this to narrow it down: SELECT * FROM a WHERE NOT ISNUMERIC(a.Number) and a.Location = 'Columbus' Or better yet, exclude the location to find any possible bad values: SELECT * FROM a WHERE NOT ISNUMERIC(a.Number)

Categories : SQL

BadPaddingException: Blocktype mismatch: 0
Many things can cause a BadPaddingException. To diagnose them, temporarily set your decryption method to NoPadding. That will allow it to run to completion and give you some output to examine. Look at the last block of the decrypted message. If you see the tail end of your message plus some good padding, then set your decryption method to expect that padding. If you see complete garbage, then you have an earlier problem, unrelated to padding. Check that everything is byte-for-byte identical on both sides: key, IV, message. As @GregS pointed out, default character encodings are a common offender here. In general, defaults are a bad thing. Different systems have different defaults, so always explicitly specify what you are using: character encoding, Cypher mode, padding, KDF etc. N

Categories : Android

Tag mismatch player health
This is a common problem in SA:MP (which I presume is what you're developing for). GetPlayerHealth gives the player's health as a float, but you're saving it as an untagged variable. To fix this, simply change new health; to new Float:health;

Categories : Misc

Reflection type mismatch
Your CustomProcessor class has no constructor because the name of the method you believe to be your constructor is different. public CustomLatencyProcessor(Manager m) { super(m); } Should be changed to public CustomProcessor(Manager m) { super(m); } Because the name of your class is CustomProcessor. Constructor's names must match the name of their containing class exactly.

Categories : Java

Access Type Mismatch
From MSDN: The OLE DB .NET Provider does not support named parameters for passing parameters to an SQL statement or a stored procedure called by an OleDbCommand when CommandType is set to Text. In this case, the question mark (?) placeholder must be used. For example: So change your query to: select 'x' from mytable1 where typecode = ? and EXISTS (select 'x' from mytable2 where (freq=0 OR freq = ?) and mytable1.id=mytable2.pid) And you have to add parameters in the same order as they occur in query.

Categories : C#

Stuck on Type Mismatch
How exactly is list a List[T]? T is a generic parameter of method addGroup. If list is defined outside the method, then it cannot be a List[T] with the same T. Supposing you have class YourCode[T] { val list: List[T] def addGroup[T](....) } the T parameter in addGroup just hides the T in YourCode, they are two different types. You can rename it e.g U without changing anything, except making it clear. Doing that, in list diff xss.flatten, list is of type List[T], xss.flatten is List[U], T and U are two different type parameters which can be just anything (no bounds) the best common supertype is Any, so the diff is a List[Any] instead of the expected List[T]. From there, you get List[List[List[Any]]] at the end.

Categories : Scala

Why do I get "foreign key mismatch" error?
you don't have a field called text in table a.. You probably meant to do: sqlite> create table a (id text, val text primary key(id)); sqlite> create table b (bid text, ref text, foreign key(ref) references a(val)); sqlite> insert into a values("1", "one"); sqlite> insert into b values("1", "one");

Categories : SQL

AS3 Argument count mismatch
Event listeners are passed one argument, which is the event object (MouseEvent in your case). So your code should look a bit different function addme(event:MouseEvent):void { var num1:Number = Number(num1txt.text); var num2:Number = Number(num2txt.text); var answer:Number = num1 + num2; trace(answer); answertxt.text = String(answer); } All you need to do is change other 3 event handlers in the same way. You can also remove the local variables num1 and num2 from the constructor code since they are not used anywhere.

Categories : Actionscript

ID mismatch using Passport in Express
findOne needs to be passed the query as the first argument. In your example, you're passing it an empty argument which pretty much means 'give me some random user from the database'. Try this: User.findOne({ _id: req.user._id }, '_id username interests', function(err, user) { // in case of errors, send back a response too! if (err) return res.send(500); ... }); FWIW: since it looks like you're using Mongoose, there's also findById for cases like this.

Categories : Node Js

signature mismatch on zip downloaded from github
Downloading a repo source content with the following url... https://github.com/{username}/{projectname}/archive/{sha}.zip ...will retrieve the code source contained in the commit with the following url https://github.com/{username}/{projectname}/commits/{sha} Running sha1sum on the retrieved archive will not produce the sha of the targeted commit. The way Git relies on SHA-1 hashes to uniquely identify its internal objects is explained in detail in this chapter of the Pro Git book. You'll notice that the sha of any commit will depend on the sha of its parent commit (and indirectly of all its ancestors). This means that in order to produce such a sha, you would need the whole history of all the changes that lead to this commit. In order to securely verify that the source code has

Categories : GIT

statuscode and statecode mismatch even though both are explicitly set
statecode is a readonly property, you can't set its value when you create a new record. To set the right value you need to use always a SetStateRequest http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.crm.sdk.messages.setstaterequest.aspx Conclusion: first you need to create the record (and it will be in open state) and after change its status to reserved.

Categories : Web Services

runtime error 13 type mismatch
Your if statement syntax is wrong, you need to specity the left-hand side multiple times like this If Cells(x, 15).Value <> "Active" And (Cells(x, 10).Value <> "E&D" And Cells(x, 10).Value <> "ESG" And Cells(x, 10).Value <> "DLM SER" And Cells(x, 10).Value <> "VPD" And Cells(x, 10).Value <> "PLM PROD") Then You also need to use and in this case rather than or because you want to check that all the conditions are true, i.e. none of the listed values are in cell x, 10 Edit If you want to delete rows that are either not active OR the value in column 10 does not match you probably want to use the following If Cells(x, 15).Value <> "Active" Or (Cells(x, 10).Value <> "E&D" And Cells(x, 10).Value <> "ESG" And Cells(x, 10).Value &

Categories : Excel

Type mismatch in scala with wildcards
Without further information this answer is only a guess based on the error: type mismatch; found : TBase[_$1,_$2] where type _$2, type _$1 required: TBase[_ <: TBase[_, _], _ <: TFieldIdEnum] Constraining the type arguments as the error message suggested may fix the problem: def serialize(base: TBase[_ <: TBase[_,_] ,_ <: TFieldIdEnum]) It's hard to tell why this would be case, without seeing the signatures of the serialize methods and the TBase class. I can only speculate that the java wildcards brings the constraint already defined somewhere else, while the scala existencials doesn't, requiring that you state than explicitly. Also, don't use the return keyword. It doesn't do what you think it does.

Categories : Java

Using Application.Intersect why do I get Type Mismatch
The varocarbas answer got me to thinking about the various types I was using. So I experimented with various combinations of objects Dim ObjRange1 As Object and declared types Dim rg1 As Excel.Range Here is the code that I tested and it works fine except the one at the end which gave me the "Type Mismatch" error. Sub testXL1() Dim XLApp As Object Dim wb As Object Dim ws As Object XLApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application") XLApp.visible = True wb = XLApp.Workbooks.Add() XLApp = wb.application ws = wb.worksheets(1) ws.cells(1, 1) = "First" ws.cells(2, 2) = "hello" 'this works fine Dim rg1 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range Dim rg2 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range Dim rg3 As Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range rg1 =

Categories : Vb.Net

Joda Time UTC Value Mismatch Between Two Different TimeZone
I need to save the DateTime value from user in global constant(UTC) millisecond value Then all you need to do is call getMillis() on a DateTime constructed with the right local date/time and time zone. You don't need to use withZone at all. Note that some local date/time/zone combinations can be ambiguous or skipped, due to time zone transitions. You should think about what you want to do in those situations. With PDT Timezone, why local milliseconds and UTC milliseconds are same Because you're calling getMillis(), which is the number of milliseconds since the unix epoch. It's a global representation of an instant in time, regardless of time zone. Why the UTC value from Two Different TimeZone are different ? You've kept the local time the same, but changed the time zone -

Categories : Java

Type mismatch with VBA while other computer works well
Use late-binding to allow the code to run: Dim oGraph As Object Dim chSeries As Object It may be that the Graph is not correctly registered on the computer. You could register it manually. I would create a Restore Point before doing this, just in case (possibly even back up the registry, but this is perhaps over cautious). Click the Start button, Run "C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice14GRAPH.EXE" /REGSERVER Re-installing Access and making sure it is up-to-date with all Windows Updates is another possibility.

Categories : Vba

Immutable fields and lifetime mismatch
If you wish to have add being a mutating operation, it should take &mut self rather than &self. If you wish to have add create a new Vector2, then don't try mutating self—clone it (assuming 0.8-pre; on 0.7, you'd copy it instead with copy self) and modify the clone, or create a new instance with the same type. (This will be faster in a case like add. While you're at it, don't just have a method called add: implement std::ops::Add, and + will work! (There is no += yet—see https://github.com/mozilla/rust/issues/5992.) The final code: struct Vector2 { x: int, y: int, } impl Vector2 { pub fn new(x: int, y: int) -> Vector2 { Vector2 { x: x, y: y, } } } impl Add<Vector2, Vector2> for Vector2 { fn add(&sel

Categories : Rust

PHP Sockets - socket_sendto() - UDP Header Mismatch
This happens because off TCP/UDP checksum offloading to the NIC. See this page for more details, and commands you can use to disable this option, which will suppress the errors.

Categories : Sockets

overrideMaterial and renderObject() geometry mismatch
No need to go through all the trouble. Indeed the initMeshBuffers take into account the presence or lack of normals, but they can be computed successfully after the fact. I made a basic test with an application here and after appling the MeshBasicMaterial to my model I simply called geometry.computeTangents(); Then built a new ShaderMaterial and applied that as my new material. Worked like a charm, hope that helps. Edit: I should mention this may be in conjuction with the aforementioned computeVertexNormals() and computeFaceNormals() depending, oh and that the shader material uses normals for my normal map.

Categories : Three Js

Parameter count mismatch. Threading
You've forgotten to pass the bool Remove parameter. Change your line to this: box.Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateList(UpdateListbox), new object[]{box, value, Remove}); Or if you want to avoid making the same mistake in the future, you can use lambdas with this overload: box.Dispatcher.Invoke(() => UpdateListBox(box, value, Remove)); Had you forgotten the Remove argument there, you would have received a compile-time error.

Categories : C#

Type mismatch Error VBScript
Space is missing after a.run http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d5fk67ky%28v=vs.84%29.aspx Folder and filename are not two seperate parameters. a.run "C:Users\%username%Desktop" & b However, path and filename might contain spaces, so you should always quote them (quotes inside strings are written as two quotes) a.run """C:Users\%username%Desktop" & b & """"

Categories : Vbscript

ByRef argument type mismatch:
I assume you have this Public Function PathFile(ByRef a As String, ByRef b As String) PathFile = "C:Bla.txt" End Function and p_FileInfo is an Array, so in this case you have to call the function like this: Workbooks.Open Filename:=PathFile(CStr(p_FileInfo(i, 3)), CStr(p_FileInfo(i, 4))), ReadOnly:=True, Password:="password" That should work if I am not misunderstand your question.

Categories : Excel

Parameter count mismatch. - Threading
There are a few things wrong with your Invoke calls. You don't need to create an object array to pass the parameters. Passing DispatcherPriority.Normal is redundant (Normal is default). You aren't passing any parameters to the second Invoke method (which is probably where your error is happening). It should look like this: private void UpdateTextBox(object txt) { if (msg_log.Dispatcher.CheckAccess()) { Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateText(UpdateTextBox), txt); } else { msg_log.Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateText(UpdateTextBox), txt); } } EDIT For StackOverflowException This will cause a StackOverflowException because you are calling your method in an infinite loop. This is happening because your method is simply calling itself over and over again

Categories : C#

Mismatch between PointerPressed and PointerReleased events
From http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/apps/br208971: Other events instead of PointerReleased may fire at the end of the action—for example, PointerCanceled or PointerCaptureLost. Don't rely on PointerPressed and PointerReleased events always occurring in pairs. To function properly, your app must listen for and handle all events that represent likely conclusions to the Press action. Some of the reasons why you might not get a PointerReleased occurrence are: Differences in how specific hardware handles touch actions and Press actions A programmatic pointer capture from a different pointer User actions that change the relationship of the display area, such as changing resolution or monitor settings Input interactions such as a stylus touching the same surface as a previous

Categories : C#

VBA Runtime Error '13': Type Mismatch
As the error message states, either Month(date2) or Month(rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value) is failing at some point in your loop. Insert two debug statements before the If statement that is causing the error: For j = 1 To rgMonth.Columns.Count Debug.Print "date2 is " & date2 Debug.Print "rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value is " & rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value If Month(date2) >= Month(rgMonth.Cells(i, j).Value) Then 'Runtime Error '13':_ Type Mismatch Run your code. When you get to the error, debug and take a look at the Immediate window. The last 2 lines should show you why the error is occurring. If you don't see the Immediate window, you can open it by selecting View --> Immediate Window from within the Visual Basic Editor.

Categories : Excel

Parameter count mismatch. on setDataSource
I found the answer although not sure why this works and the other option doesn't Dim da = New System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataAdapter("SELECT THSysRef, THCSCode FROM TranHead Where THCSCode = "YYY001" ", data.Connection) Dim dtTH = New DataTable da.Fill(dtTH) Dim crySalesTran As ReportDocument = New IBS_DAL.rep_SalesTransaction crySalesTran.Database.Tables(0).SetDataSource(dtTH) CrystalReportViewer1.ReportSource = crySalesTran

Categories : Vb.Net

Prototype mismatch: sub main::strftime
You either have two functions named strftime (but then you would probably have another warning too), or you used strftime before it was declared. I always specify my imports explicitly, so I never run into the first problem. use Date::Format qw( ); use POSIX qw( strftime );

Categories : Perl

Scala really weird Type Mismatch
You already have type parameter A on the original 'dropWhile' which is scoping the type of f. However, you then introduce a second type parameter on the inner def which shadows the outer definition of A and scopes the type of the XList. So the problem is that the A are not the same type! If you remove the shadowed type, it all works (few other changes made to get your code to compile): def dropWhile[A](l: XList[A])(f: A => Boolean): XList[A] = { def dropWhile(toCheck: XList[A], toKeep: XList[A]) : XList[A] = toCheck match { case XNil => toKeep case Cons(h, t) if f(h) == false => dropWhile(t, Cons(h, toKeep)) case Cons(_, Cons(t1, t2)) => dropWhile(Cons(t1, t2), toKeep) } dropWhile(l, XNil) }

Categories : Scala

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