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invalid character error with jquery and highcharts SCRIPT1014: Invalid character
I got a special character '?' when I copy your code just after the last semicolon. Try to copy your code in a text editor (notepad++ for me), remove this character and copy again your page. It has worked for me.

Categories : Javascript

Page won't validate due to invalid utf-8 character, but I can't find any invalid characters
Line 858 of your page shows: Trinidad Scorpion Peppers ( Moruga ) are � ...</strong></p> try using htmlspecialchars around whatever that character is. more info can be found here: http://php.net/manual/en/function.htmlspecialchars.php

Categories : PHP

org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: Character reference "�" is an invalid XML character
In C or C++ strings are terminated by the null (or ''). In C# a string can contain a null, but often these come from a C/C++ function. You can get rid of the null in the .net String with s = s.Replace("", ""); // just removes the null or int pos = s.IndexOf(''); if (pos >= 0) s = s.Substring(0, pos); // removes the null and the rest of the string depending on what is the reason for the null in the string.

Categories : C#

ORA-00911: invalid character?
Get rid of the trailing semicolon. using (OracleCommand crtCommand = new OracleCommand( "SELECT dbms_metadata.get_sxml('VIEW','VIEW_TBL_A') FROM dual", conn1)) Oracle doesn't like statement delimiters when passing in a single statement for immediate execution.

Categories : C#

reproducing An invalid XML character (Unicode: 0x0)
There are some characters that are not recognized by an xml parser. you need to replace/ handel these chracters. You can use the following extension method in C#/.Net to replace these chracters from your xml document prior to parsing. public static string CleanInvalidXmlChars(this string StrInput) { // From xml spec valid chars: // #x9 | #xA | #xD | [#x20-#xD7FF] | [#xE000-#xFFFD] | [#x10000-#x10FFFF] // any Unicode character, excluding the surrogate blocks, FFFE, and FFFF. string RegularExp = @"[^x09x0Ax0Dx20-xD7FFxE000-xFFFDx10000-x10FFFF]"; return Regex.Replace(StrInput, RegularExp, String.Empty); }

Categories : Xml

SyntaxError Invalid character 'u8220'
Your editors are displaying the offending character, you're just not recognizing it. The code point in the error message refers to the left double quotation mark character, which is indeed present in some examples on the linked page. This is almost certainly an unintentional effect of some well-meaning text editing software. As you correctly point out, code examples are intended to be copied and pasted, and you should report a bug to the site admins. To add to the confusion, the error message printed by Seed's JavaScript parser is wrong: it misrepresents the u201c character (which has decimal code 8220) as u8220. This is why attempts to search for u8220 fail. To fix the problem in your file, you need to replace the character with an upright quotation mark. To search for an arbitrary Unic

Categories : Javascript

An invalid character was found in the mail header: ';'
You are adding not email but query into your recipients list. I assume you want to retrieve email address from your query: string strCommandText = "SELECT custEmail From Customer WHERE userID= '" + Session["userID"] + "';"; SqlCommand myCommand = new SqlCommand(strCommandText, myConnection); var email = myCommand.ExecuteScalar(); //rest of the code message.To.Add(email); also you should use parametrized queries.

Categories : C#

ORA-00911: invalid character in C#, but not Oracle SQL Developer
At a minimum, you don't want the trailing semicolon in the SQL statement you send from C#. I would strongly advocate as well that you use bind variables rather than concatenating together a string with your SQL statement. That will be more efficient, it will prevent shared pool related errors, it will make your DBA much happier, and it will protect you against SQL injection attacks.

Categories : C#

Invalid multibyte character (US-ASCII) error
You need to add #encoding: UTF-8 at the top of your file that has multi-byte characters in it, as per this topic: How does the magic comment ( # Encoding: utf-8 ) in ruby​​ works?

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Android App doesn't compile due to invalid character constant
UNICODE_TRANS.put('÷', "/"); There are two characters in that literal, so it's not a character literal. What was meant was: UNICODE_TRANS.put('÷', "/"); So what has probably happened is that the source code is saved as UTF-8, but is being interpreted by the compiler (and your text editor) as Windows code page 1252. To fix the compiler for normal javac you use the flag -encoding UTF-8. The way you specify that for different IDEs and build systems will vary. It is unfortunate that Java does not have in-file signalling for encoding. You can avoid the problem by ensuring source is pure ASCII, and including non-ASCII characters via escape: UNICODE_TRANS.put('u00F7', "/");

Categories : Java

SQL command from C# through OracleCommand giving invalid character error
Instead of sending parameters we can build the query first and then execute it. In your code we don't need semicolon in 'MICRO WAVE OVEN';" string _currentQuery = "SELECT DSAT.ORGANIZATION_ID, APPS.DAW_INV_ORG_NAME(DSAT.ORGANIZATION_ID) ORGANIZATION_NAME,APPS.DAW_CAT_NAME(MC.SEGMENT4) PRODUCT,TRUNC(NVL(DSAT.SCH_END_DATE,DSAT.SCH_START_DATE)) TRANSACTION_DATE," +"TO_CHAR(NVL(DSAT.SCH_END_DATE,DSAT.SCH_START_DATE),'MM-YYYY') MONTH,DSAT.ITEM_SEGMENTS ITEM_CODE, DSAT.ITEM_DESCRIPTION," +"DSAT.CURRENT_FORECAST_QUANTITY PLAN_QTY FROM APPS.DAW_SCPDB_ASCP_TPP_V DSAT,APPS.MTL_ITEM_CATEGORIES MIC," +"APPS.MTL_CATEGORIES MC" + " WHERE NVL(SCH_END_DATE,SCH_START_DATE) BETWEEN TO_DATE('" + vfrom + "','dd/mm/yyyy') AND TO_DATE('" + vto + "','dd/mm/yyyy')" + " AND MIC.CATEGORY_SET_I

Categories : C#

ORA-00911: invalid character error while truncating table
It seems like you have tried to execute SQL statement with a special charter in it. I don't think it is to do with the truncate command. You might just replace the truncate with a simple Select and test this scenario. Note that the special character might appear as white space due to the font you are using.

Categories : Database

XMLDocument.Load(), hexadecimal value 0x17, is an invalid character
This character is a part of binary encoded image data. Then it shouldn't be in an XML document. An XML document is text - typically if you want to include arbitrary binary data, you base64-encode it. This isn't actually a C# problem or a .NET problem - it's simply that your XML document is invalid.

Categories : C#

cURL - Invalid character is found in given range 'start' - 'stop'
cURL gets confused about the square brackets in your command. It interprets them as a range of characters it should process. Either way your question would probably fit better on SuperUser than on Stackoverflow.

Categories : Api

f:validateRegex doesn't show any message after typing invalid character
<f:validateRegex> is not for client side but for server side. Post a <h:messages> and send the form that contains this <h:inputText> to see the generated message for the wrong value for your sender component. Example: <h:form> Input the data: <h:inputText id="sender" value="#{contactForm.sender}"> <f:validateRegex pattern="([a-zA-Z_0-9]).{4,32}" /> </h:inputText> <h:commandButton value="Submit" /> <h:messages /> </h:form> As suggested by BalusC in comments, you can fire the validation using ajax for the onkeyup event for your input. <h:form> Input the data: <h:inputText id="sender" value="#{contactForm.sender}"> <f:validateRegex pattern="([a-zA-Z_0-9]).{4,32}" />

Categories : Regex

"Invalid character in filename: __static__" when deploying to Google Appengine
Issue seen in PHP & Python 1.8.1 deployments on Windows when using application_readable. Issue flagged: https://code.google.com/p/googleappengine/issues/detail?id=9558 Work around: replaced os.path.join with posixpath.join in Google Appenginegoogleappengine oolsappcfg.py

Categories : Python

JavaScript runtime error: Invalid character (JSON.parse)
Are you using IIS? If so, open IIS and look at your MIME types. Check to see if you have one called .json. If not, simply add one called .json and set it to application/json. Hope it helps :)

Categories : Javascript

ExecuteStoreCommand, multiple insert statement generates Invalid Character error
Both ObjectContext.ExecuteStoreCommand and the newer DbContext.ExecuteSqlCommand as implied in their name will only execute a single command. I suggest you build up your commands in a List<> of update statements and execute them sequentially when they are all ready ... public void ApplyRules() { var saveQueries = new List<Tuple<string, object[]>>(); foreach(var item in list) { //Do something saveQueries.Add(SaveQuery(reasonId, ...)); } using(var context = new SpecializedDBEntities()) { foreach(var saveQuery in saveQueries) { testContext.Database.ExecuteSqlCommand(saveQuery.Item1, saveQuery.Item2); } ctx.SaveChanges(); } } private Tuple<string, object[]> SaveQuery(int reasonId,

Categories : C#

Cloudera-Agent giving error - 'Hostname is invalid; it contains an underscore character.'
Excerpt from wiki link: The Internet standards (Request for Comments) for protocols mandate that component hostname labels may contain only the ASCII letters 'a' through 'z' (in a case-insensitive manner), the digits '0' through '9', and the hyphen ('-'). The original specification of hostnames in RFC 952, mandated that labels could not start with a digit or with a hyphen, and must not end with a hyphen. However, a subsequent specification (RFC 1123) permitted hostname labels to start with digits. No other symbols, punctuation characters, or white space are permitted. So, having hostnames with _ is illegal, I wondering how did you even setup a cluster with that?

Categories : Hadoop

invalid 'envir' argument of type 'character' -- in self-defined function with lattice histogram
Readers of this should be aware that the question has completely mutated from an earlier version and doesn't really match up with this answer anymore. The answer to the new question appears in the comments. There is no object named Sepal.Length. (So R is creating an error even before that my_function gets called.) There is only a column name and it would need to be quoted to pass it to a function. (The data object could not be created because that URL fails to deliver the data. Why aren't you using the built-in copy of the iris data object? You will also need to build a formula from myvar and fac. Formulas are expressions and get parsed without evaluation of their tokens. You need to build a formula inside your function that looks like: ~Sepal.Length|Species and then pass it to the histo

Categories : R

Asp.net:How to fix exception thrown when sending mail message to multiple recipients?erroline:An invalid character was found in the mail header: ','
Please take a look at this. I don't know the credentials so I assume you can add them up. void Sendmail_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { List<DAL.Customer> mailId = (from rs in General.db.Customers where rs.IsActive == true select rs).ToList(); SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient(); mailMessage.From = fromMail; mailMessage.IsBodyHtml = true; foreach (var item in mailId) { mailMessage.To.Add(new MailAddress(item.Email)); } lblStatus.Text = "Email sent successfully"; }

Categories : C#

Cascading dropdown in MVC4 with Knockout.js, JSON returns valid JSON according to validator but Jscript Invalid character error
Based on your sample JSONs the data variable in your $.getJSON callback does not directly contain your array but it is wrapped within an object where the "DataID" property contains your actual array of elements. So in your $.getJSON use data.DataID instead of data: $.getJSON("/TestStep/GetDataList/" + selStepKindID, null, function (data) { objVM.DataID(data.DataID); });

Categories : Jquery

Deleting a character within a string an replacing with a different character from a list that includes the original character
Strings are immutable in python, you should re-assign the string returned from bases.replace(base, '') to bases. bases = bases.replace(base, '')

Categories : Python

invalid syntax when create a instance of class
I test the following code, and it works well. #!/usr/bin/python class Animal(object): is_alive = True def __init__(self, name, age): self.name = name self.age = age def description(self): print (self.name) print (self.age) hippo = Animal("2312",21)#error occurs in that line hippo.description()

Categories : Python

ASP.NET MVC 4 "Create" page submission results in invalid ModelState
It looks like you're using your EF Entity classes as ViewModels. This is not recommended because there is not a 1:1 mapping between ViewModels (that encapsulate the data content of a humand-readable input form) and entities (which represent normalized business objects), it's just coincidental that you can get away with using simple EF classes as ViewModels, but if you do, eventually you'll run into problems like these. There are a few possible solutions, the best is to use a dedicated ViewModel for your page. The second is to modify your entity class to change int ID to int? ID, so the Model-binder will not require that the item be specified, the third option is to clear the Model-state dicitonary of any errors relating to the ID member prior to calling ModelState.IsValid. Note that if y

Categories : Asp Net

Create Excel files in java(invalid number)
Remove the comma before inserting it into Excel, cast it to a number before inserting, then format the column to show the comma. String replace In Excel the code to format a Range with commas is: SomeRange.Style = "Comma" 'or, recorded version SomeRange.NumberFormat = "_-* #,##0_-;-* #,##0_-;_-* ""-""??_-;_-@_-" 'a simpler version.. SomeRange.NumberFormat = "#,##0"

Categories : Java

IIS and COM+ Partitions: Failed to create ASP Application XXX due to invalid or missing COM Partition ID
After a lot of research on this subject I have found the solution: do not use the PartitionId from IIS and do not enable partitions from IIS either. Leave them to default values. The solution to this is the following: Each partition should be assigned as default partition for one user and each IIS Application (and each App pool) should run on the same users that the default partitions use. So basically if you have two IIS Applications named: web1 and web2, and two app pools: app1 and app2, two users user1 and user2 and two partitions: part1 and part2. web1 should run under user1 and app1 should run also under user1 (app1 is the application pool for web1). Then in Component Services user1 should have the default partition: part1. Then when the web1 will search for a COM+ component it will

Categories : Iis

Oracle create table with foreign key error - Invalid Identifier
You need breed_id in HORSE table CREATE TABLE HORSE ( horse_id numeric PRIMARY KEY, horse_name character(30) not null, horse_gender character(1) not null, horse_height decimal not null, horse_image character(40), breed_id numeric null CONSTRAINT horse_breed FOREIGN KEY (breed_id) REFERENCES breed(breed_id) );

Categories : SQL

how to exclude a character in a regex pattern character class if last character?
I don't think it's possible in a single regex check... someone might be able to correct me on that, but I don't think so at the moment (Or I can't think to optimise things at the moment). What you can do, on the other hand, is run a check. Run the input through an initial replace function first to see whether there is a dot at the end or not and replace it if there is one. From there you can just feed it through the previous regex. So this is how it could go... function dotCheck( $url ) { $noDotURL = preg_replace( '/.+$/', '', $url ); return $noDotURL; } urlCheck( dotCheck( $_POST['form'] ) ); Where urlCheck is the main check to see whether it is a valid link structure or not. The regex - in verbose form - checks for any dots as the last characters in the link and deletes them.

Categories : PHP

SAS Create Multiple Tables Based on Given Character Elements
You could replace your array with a macro variable string: %let period=day week month year; In your macro then, you loop over the words in the macro variable: %MACRO sqlloop; proc sql; %DO k = 1 %TO %sysfunc(countw(&period.)); /*fixed extra s*/ %LET bucket = %scan(&period.,&k.); CREATE TABLE output.t_&bucket AS ( SELECT INTNX( "&bucket.", date_field, 0, 'E') AS test FROM table); %END; quit; %MEND; %sqlloop edit you forgot some semicolons apparently. :p

Categories : Sas

HTML5/JS/jQuery: On invalid input, mark a different (arbitrary) element as invalid
Try the below code. You are getting that error because jQuery returns an array of selected objects and since setCustomValidity is supported by native input elements and not jquery objects, you are seeing that error. $('#newpassword1, #newpassword2').each(function() { this.setCustomValidity(errorMessage) });

Categories : Javascript

Python Invalid Syntax error -> ' <- calles as invalid
If hashs is an integer like you say, then you should have if hashs == 1:, not '1'. '1' is a string. It may have been how you copy and pasted your code, but that if statement also looks to be one space to the right more than it should be. You should decide on a tab convention, 2 spaces, 4 spaces, etc, and use that consistently. edit: counter and the while loop were unnecessary and resulted in an infinite loop. This code works for me: import hashlib def main(): hashs = 0 read = str(raw_input('Please enter filename for input : ')) output = str(raw_input('Please enter filename for output : ' )) hashs = int(raw_input('Select a Hash to convert to : ')) if (output != ''): fileObj = open(output,"a") if (read != ''): numlines = 0 for line i

Categories : Python

ios 5: Invalid update: invalid number of rows in section
Need to add [self.tableView reloadData]; and self.editing = YES; This is needed because the table view doesn't initially have information about its data source and delegate; if you create a table view, it always needs to be sent a reloadData message as part of its initialization. Hope it will Help you

Categories : Iphone

Python: octal escape character 33 from a dictionary value translates in a print statement to a UTF-8 character instead
I went through your source code and I think the probelm is with the color definition within the dictionary. If you observe carefully, your dictionary value for a color is something like 33[1,30m for white color. However it should be 33[1;30m. Note that you are using a ',(comma) character instead of ';(semicolon) character. As a test I created a subset of the color dictionary and ran these tests. >>> color = {'white' :'33[1;37m', 'yellow':'33[1;33m', 'off' : '33[0;0m'} >>> print color['white'] + 'string' + color['off'] string #this string is white in color >>> print color['yellow'] + 'string' + color['off'] string #this string is yellow in color >>> color['yellow'] = '33[1,33m' #incorrect color code - using a , character instead of ; >>> prin

Categories : Python

Getting a character's position that is randomly generated which as a string is stored in character array
Array.IndexOf Method (Array, Object) is your friend: int index = Array.IndexOf(characters, randomChar) + 1; //+1 at the end because indexes are zero-based

Categories : C#

Unable to add json string to a url with special character. Illegal character exception
You have to encode the JSON string first, using URLEncoder.encode(). Of course, a better alternative would be to use URL encoding instead of JSON, for example: http://somelink.com/somemethod?start=2013-04-23&end=2013-04-30 Or even better if the /somemethod handler supports it, send it through a POST request.

Categories : Json

Store a single character (tab, new line, any character) in User.config file
You could store the decimal ASCII code for the character by converting to an int, and convert it back to a char in your program. e.g. char charToSave = ' '; int code = (int)charToSave; SaveCharToUserConfig(code); ... int code = GetCodeFromUserConfig(); char savedChar = (char)code;

Categories : C#

Strange Error XML parsing: line 1, character 2038, illegal xml character
&#x03; is an invalid character in XML. From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Fifth Edition) Char ::= #x9 | #xA | #xD | [#x20-#xD7FF] | [#xE000-#xFFFD] | [#x10000-#x10FFFF] Your query that works can be simplified to this: select cast(0x3 as char(1)) col for xml raw The output of the above query is a table with one row and one column with the datatype nvarchar(max). When assigning to a XML variable you get an error. declare @XML xml = ( select cast(0x3 as char(1)) col for xml raw ) Msg 9420, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 XML parsing: line 1, character 16, illegal xml character Or when you specify the type directive the column will be a XML column and you get a more verbose error. select cast(0x3 as char(1)) col for xml raw, type Msg 6841, Leve

Categories : SQL

Intellij IDEA regex character class may not be used inside character range
You are creating a range by using the hyphen(-) in mid of your character class. You should move it to either end. Also, note that you don't need to escape the regex meta-characters inside the character class. They loose their meanings in there. So, just use: [-w._+%]

Categories : Javascript

A strange HTML display issue when mix use Arabian character (right to left) with normal English character
well it is problem with rtl languages and rtl languages <div> <span>Exchange Rate : 1 USD($)</span> <span> = 1.0 EUR(€)</span> </div> <div> <div class="en">Exchange Rate : 1 AED<div class="ar">(د.إ)</div> = 1.0 EUR(€)</div> </div> try to fix by putting another language in separate element give it direction:rtl; and in this case i gave display:inline-block;

Categories : HTML



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