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msgbox in MATLAB
msgbox can be formatted like this R=23;G=35;B=45; %given values (msgbox({['Red ',num2str(R)];['Green ',num2str(G)];['Blue ',num2str(B)]; })); After your later part of the question uiwait(msgbox({['Red ',num2str(R)];['Green ',num2str(G)];['Blue ',num2str(B)]; })); W = questdlg('Would you like to retrain or test the network?', ... 'Artificial Neural Network', 'Retrain', 'Test', 'Exit', 'Exit');

Categories : Matlab

VB6 MsgBox not working with ASP.NET
If you want to display message boxes on the server for debugging purposes, here is a link that describes how to do that: how to enable message box in IIS server It also explains why this is a bad idea. :)

Categories : Asp Net

Issue with MsgBox added under for loop
The only way that function is called and messagebox pops up is that setFcType is called during Excel Cells calculations or directly from an event from VBA. Search your whole VBA code(event handlers) and also all the Excel Sheets and try to find setFcType and remove those if needed.

Categories : Vba

How to stop vbscript msgbox from autoclosing?
The docs state clearly: MsgBox Function: Displays a message in a dialog box, waits for the user to click a button, and returns a value indicating which button the user clicked. So the MsgBox should not 'auto-close'. The only way I know to (seemingly) auto-close a MsgBox is to terminate the script by using the //T parameter to set a time out. Given: Option Explicit WScript.Echo "Will call MsgBox" MsgBox "Waiting for the cow" WScript.Echo "MsgBox done" I get: cscript autoclosemsgbox.vbs Will call MsgBox MsgBox done when I close the MsgBox (even after a long wait), but cscript //T:3 autoclosemsgbox.vbs Will call MsgBox Script execution time was exceeded on script "autoclosemsgbox.vbs". Script execution was terminated. (mark the missing "MsgBox done") So check if there

Categories : Vbscript

jquery msgBox execution in code behind(c#)
While using this plugin it is necessary to include 3 files: <script src="Scripts/jquery-2.0.0.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="Scripts/jquery.msgBox.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <link href="Styles/msgBoxLight.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> I used this code on client-side: <script type="text/javascript"> function warningMessage() { $.msgBox({ title: "Hatalı Giriş", content: "Kullanıcı numarası ya da şifre hatalı...", type: "error", buttons: [{ value: "Okay"}] }); } </script> On server-side: Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(this.GetType(), null, "warningMessage();", true); IT WORKS WELL FOR ME

Categories : C#

Put HTML content in errordlg/msgbox
No, it's not possible, as text labels do not support HTML. You can create your own dialog using dialog, and then either use a little undocumented functionality to put a Java label on there, or perhaps more simply you can just display the URL as text, and have a button saying "visit URL", with a callback function that calls the web command.

Categories : Matlab

MsgBox vbOKCancel leaves 1 or 2 in cell
You're assigning the return value of MsgBox, which will be either vbOK (1) or vbCancel (2), to the range. You should be assigning it to a numeric variable instead, and then testing that variable: Dim Res As Integer .... Res = MsgBox("Please Select a Valid Code. Try again?", vbOKCancel + vbQuestion) If Res = vbCancel Then 'No retry Exit Sub Else 'retry Run "MyCellToCorrect" End If

Categories : Excel

How to prompt a msgbox if connection in the server fails
in thius case you the ADODB.Connection object would throw an error on the Connect or Execute method. You can trap that error and handle it with the message box. Here is an example: dim adoCN as new adodb.connection dim sConn as string on error goto err_Connection sConn ="OLEDB;Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;Persist Security Info=True;Initial Catalog=VQPBOS;Data Source=" & "GHSI" & strcode with adoCN .connectionstring=sconn .cursorlocation=aduseclient .open end with exit sub err_Connection: msgbox "The Connection failed to server: " & "GHSI" & strcode & vbcrlf & vbcrlf & "Please check your connection settings", vbokonly+vbexclamation you can get correct Connection strings either from Connectionstrings.com or you could create a

Categories : Excel

EXCEL VBA Use msgbox to show items in combobox
This can be done as follows: Private Sub ShowComboBoxAsMsgBox() Dim s As String Dim sep As String Dim i As Integer For i = 0 To Me.ComboBox1.ListCount - 1 s = s & sep & Me.ComboBox1.List(i) sep = vbCrLf Next i MsgBox s, vbInformation, "my ComboBox" End Sub

Categories : Excel

Access VBA - Display table row data in a Msgbox
Put a button next to the textbox, and the OnClick event would be something like: Dim X as String X = DLookUp("tblPostcodes", "fldCluster", "fldPostCode = '" & Me.txtPostCode & "'") msgbox "The Cluster is " & X That might need a little tweaking, but it should get you close. EDIT: You could put it in the LostFocus event of the textbox, but I'm not a fan of that because if someone decides to click out of the box for some reason it tries to execute the code anyway, and it just feels sloppy.

Categories : Vba

how to show quotation marks inside of a msgbox
All you have to do is use double quotes. For example : Dim abc as string = "Using double ""quotes"" So for MsgBox you would do the same. MsgBox("Use double ""quotes"" to show quotes")

Categories : Vb.Net

Macro Bulder MS Access Insert textbox value into msgbox
You need to convert into an expression using equals: =""Success..."&[tboTaskNumber] It doesn't require Me as the macro is embedded in the form. If the macro wasn't embedded then it would require: =""Success..."&Forms![frmName]![tboTaskNumber]

Categories : Ms Access

C# Not Recognizing SafeTokenHandle
that's because these struct aren't defined in your project. from what i know you neet the method to be: [DllImport("advapi32.dll", SetLastError=true)] public static extern bool LogonUser( string lpszUsername, string lpszDomain, string lpszPassword, int dwLogonType, int dwLogonProvider, out IntPtr phToken ); here is an explanation on the function

Categories : C#

IIS not recognizing my pages
I understood that you try execute php file in Windows Server 2008. But, Windows Server isn't compatible with PHP. Windows Server is compatible with ASP, ASP.NET. But you can execute PHP files in Windows with using WAMP server. http://www.wampserver.com/en/ But , it can't be stable. I think you should use Linux Hosting for your PHP files and sites to get the best performance.

Categories : Iis

IE8 not recognizing css :hover properly
There is no reason this should not work in IE 8 The :hover pseudo-class applies while the user designates an element with a pointing device, but does not necessarily activate it. See : http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#the-user-action-pseudo-classes-hover-act for details. Also : Starting with Windows Internet Explorer 7, when the browser is in standards-compliant mode (strict !DOCTYPE), you can apply the :hover pseudo-class to any element, not only links. If the pseudo-class is not applied specifically to an element in the selector, such as the a tag, the Universal (*) Selector is assumed. Indiscriminate use of the :hover pseudo-class can negatively impact page performance. Still you could force IE to :hover on any elements and manage IE erratic support of :hove

Categories : CSS

Open with 'rU' not recognizing endlines
This is behaving as expected. From the docs: readlines: Read until EOF using readline() and return a list containing the lines thus read. If the optional sizehint argument is present, instead of reading up to EOF, whole lines totalling approximately sizehint bytes (possibly after rounding up to an internal buffer size) are read. Objects implementing a file-like interface may choose to ignore sizehint if it cannot be implemented, or cannot be implemented efficiently. readline: Read one entire line from the file. A trailing newline character is kept in the string (but may be absent when a file ends with an incomplete line). If you don't want the trailing line, strip on each line will get rid of it. If you just want to skip past some opening lines, there are a number of ways to d

Categories : Python

Java isn't recognizing my constructor
A constructor is named exactly like its class, and has no return type. If you provide a return type, even void, you create a method called GameLoop. What you are looking for is public GameLoop() rather than public void GameLoop()

Categories : Java

Why is OpenXava not recognizing my Pojo?
I suspect you're using lowercase for the first letter of the entity in the URL. Try the URL in this way: http://localhost:8080/YourApplication/modules/Party YourApplication and Party cases must be the correct ones.

Categories : Misc

Ember rc 6 not recognizing Handlebars rc 4
Just solved this issue. Did not know you needed to place the handlebars script before ember. Declarations now look like this: <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery-1.9.1.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/modernizr-1.7.min.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/handlebars-1.0.0-rc.4.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/ember-1.0.0-rc.6.js")" type="text/javascript"></script>

Categories : Javascript

Django Not Recognizing URLs
Your request url is http://127.0.0.1:8000/admin, but your urlpattern is url(r'^admin/$', include(admin.site.urls)). There is an extra / in the urlpattern. If you want to include other URLConfs, here's an example to include other URLconfs: from django.conf.urls import include, patterns, url urlpatterns = patterns('', # ... snip ... url(r'^comments/', include('django.contrib.comments.urls')), url(r'^community/', include('django_website.aggregator.urls')), url(r'^contact/', include('django_website.contact.urls')), # ... snip ... ) As Burhan correctly pointed out, you need to remove the trailing $ so that include could work. The reason is because in regex trailing $ matches right after the last character in the string.

Categories : Python

NA-recognizing boolean operator
You could define your own operator that does what you want. > `%and%` <- function(x, y){as.logical(x*y)} > NA %and% FALSE [1] NA > FALSE %and% NA [1] NA > NA %and% TRUE [1] NA > TRUE %and% NA [1] NA

Categories : R

recognizing actions on an iframe
If your iframe is coming from a different domain, as in your fiddle, then your JavaScript code has no access to its contents at all, sorry! As @Max poins out, you can use postMessage() or the URL fragment hack to communicate with an iframe in a different domain, if there is code in that iframe to handle this communication from that side. With an iframe from tumblr.com, you could check their documentation to see if it talks about using this page in an iframe and communicating with it across the domain barrier. Now if you're talking about an iframe from the same domain as your page, then it's easy. Given an iframe element in a variable named myframe, you can use myframe.contentWindow to get its window object and myframe.contentWindow.document to get its document object. From there you can

Categories : Javascript

Submit method not recognizing AddWithValue
Code behind: protected void submitButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { //string constr = @"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=~App_DataTravelJoansDB.accdb"; string constr = @"Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=|DataDirectory|Database21.accdb;"; string cmdstr = "INSERT INTO Comments(commentText,datePosted,personName) VALUES (@txtComments, @datePosted, @personName)"; OleDbConnection con = new OleDbConnection(constr); OleDbCommand com = new OleDbCommand(cmdstr, con); TextBox tComments = (TextBox)FormView1.FindControl("txtComments"); HiddenField tDate = (HiddenField)FormView1.FindControl("hidTimeDate"); TextBox tName = (TextBox)FormView1.FindControl("txtName"); con.Open(); com.Parameters.AddWithValue("@txtComments", tComment

Categories : C#

Castor not recognizing value as valid according to regex
Castor does not have a (good) native Regex validator, you have to specify one in a config file. See http://castor.codehaus.org/conf-lib.html Add a config file called castor.properties to the classpath containing the following: org.exolab.castor.regexp=org.exolab.castor.util.JakartaRegExpEvaluator You may have to add a dependency to Jakarta Regex to Maven as well: <dependency> <groupId>jakarta-regexp</groupId> <artifactId>jakarta-regexp</artifactId> <version>1.4</version> </dependency>

Categories : Java

Django `with` tag not recognizing keyword argument
Looks like Django is quite picky about whitespace in this instance. If I change... {% include "entry_table/cell.html" with data_items = data_fields class="entry_table_title" only%} ...to... {% include "entry_table/cell.html" with data_items=data_fields class="entry_table_title" only%} ...it works for me.

Categories : Python

SQL not properly recognizing and honoring the WHERE statement
You do know that the SQL Standard has no requirements mandating a specific order of expression evaluation or short-circuiting of expression evaluation? The query optimizer is free to rearrange pretty much the entire query so long as the semantic meaning (not intent) is maintained. Your second stab at things, pre-filtering on datetype = 'int' and loading the filtered results works because that forces an order of operation on the query processor. Your single-query tries fail because the expression CAST( adj AS INT ) <> adj Which takes a varchar converts it to an int converts that int back into a varchar, and finally... compars that varchar (containing a normalized/canonical string representation of the int) back to the original varchar value. Fails. It fails because the query

Categories : Sql Server

Android Dialog not recognizing Spinner
it is called findVIEWbyid for a reason. it needs some reference to a View, not the dialogInterface try replacing countryField = (Spinner)dialog.findViewById(R.id.viewSpin); with countryField = (Spinner) getView().findViewById(R.id.viewSpin);

Categories : Android

Recognizing a non-word sound on android
You cannot expect the algorithm here, anyway I can help you get started. Similar question here You can start by recording your "small boom" sound. You can run FFT on these clips and extract the magnitude of the same. You can store this value as a hash and compare it with the live sound. for additional details check here, here and here

Categories : Android

Why isn't Rails recognizing nil if blank in my form?
I solved this by ignoring the nil problem. Instead, I used !@newsavedmap.start_masterlocation_id.blank? This evaluates whether the data in the record is blank and then either does or doesn't do something. Obviously, this results in unwanted "blank" data being left inside my database, so it's not ideal, but it helped me move forward with the project. I'd appreciate any responses that deal directly with the nil issue and tell me how to have Rails ignore blank data in a form.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Recognizing variables in external .js file
The issue us that the .js file is not loaded yet, when you are referencing these variables. I would use jquery ready event - http://api.jquery.com/ready/ If you can't use jquery, then see answers for this question - $(document).ready equivalent without jQuery Another option is to keep both scripts on the same place, either in js file or in html.

Categories : Javascript

recognizing small objects in opencv
If you know what the shapes will look like ahead of time and your chessboard image is taken straight-on like your example, it looks like a perfect case for cv::matchTemplate(). The code below searches the image for areas which best match the template images. cv::Mat chessboard = cv::imread(path_to_image); cv::Mat template1 = cv::imread(temp1_path); cv::Mat template2 = cv::imread(temp2_path); cv::Mat cross_corr; cv::Point maxloc; // Find the first template cv::matchTemplate(chessboard, template1, cross_corr, CV_TM_CCORR_NORMED); cv::minMaxLoc(cross_corr, nullptr, nullptr, nullptr, &maxloc); //Only want location of maximum response cv::Rect t1rect(maxloc,template1.size()); //Find the second template cv::matchTemplate(chessboard, template2, cross_corr, CV_TM_CCORR_NORMED); cv::minM

Categories : C++

JS not recognizing a string from a hidden field?
It looks like your string has a newline in it (right after "CALIBRATION GROUP EXPLANATION"). This will be HTML-encoded in your tag; however, in the server-side evaluation of GList.Value, it will be converted to a newline, which is not escaped by HtmlEncode. Because of this, you have a newline in your string literal in the resulting JS. This is not valid. Do away with the server tags and change your Javascript to this: <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { displayGageInfo($('#Glist').val()); }); </script> This will avoid the nasty business of dynamically generating string literals in code blocks and let your client-side code be concerned with doing your client-side processing. Additionally, your inline code will execute too late to

Categories : Javascript

Magento not recognizing custom sql setup
Figured it out... <config> <modules> <namespace_module> <version>0.0.1</version> </namespace_module> </modules> </config> needs to be... <config> <modules> <Namespace_Module> <version>0.0.1</version> </Namespace_Module> </modules> </config> Your module namespace and module name needs to match the module namespace and module name directory structure.

Categories : PHP

eclipse is not recognizing my maven dependency
Based on what you have written, my first thought would be to check that all your desired jars/classes are in the build path in eclipse? If not, you might need to use mvn eclipse:eclipse to generate the .classpath file and then use that. This is assuming you have a M2_REPO variable set and pointing to your local repo. You can inspect the generated .classpath file to make sure all your desired jars/classes are present. You could also open the project properties and add the jar from your local repo as an external jar or add your first project as the 'required project on the build path' for your second project. The latter might be more convenient while your are developing.

Categories : Eclipse

Click event not recognizing textbox in asp.net
Those aren't Asp.net Controls. Add the runat="server" attribute: <input type="text" name="username" id="login_username" class="field required" title="Please provide your username" onclick="return login_username_onclick()" runat="server"/> Or you can add Asp.net controls: <asp:TextBox runat="server" ID="login_username" CssClass="field required" ToolTip="Please provide your username"></asp:TextBox>

Categories : Asp Net

Recognizing multiple intents (for onActivityResult)
When you call startActivityForResult(), you set the requestCode. Later, you can use this request code inonActivityResult() to determine the intent. see What is Intent from onActivityResult Parameters for more. If you see the documentation of onActivityResult, it mentions: protected void onActivityResult (int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent data) requestCode: The integer request code originally supplied to startActivityForResult(), allowing you to identify who this result came from.

Categories : Android

Recognizing and Replacing values matlab
You need to change the specific indices in myimage that have a specific value. The way your currently calling it, you're overwriting the myimage variable with a specific value. One way to find all the relevant indices is with find: find(myimage==20) in order to find and replace all the values with a one liner, reference the indices of interest in myimage: myimage(find(myimage<20))=0; and to combine multiple sets of indices (eg values >20 AND <40), use intersect: myimage(intersect(find(myimage>20),find(myimage<40)))=20;

Categories : Matlab

Recognizing small numbers through a For Each loop in VBA
Your problem comes from data types. This runs perfectly on my computer with just this code. I suspect you have declared cell2 as a datatype that isn't fit. I like this way better though: Sub Test() Range("C13:C21").Select For Each cell2 In Selection If cell2.Value = -0.0568 Then Debug.Print "YES" End If Next cell2 End Sub

Categories : Vba

Program not recognizing ArrayList Index
Error resolved: It turns out that I needed to add a +1 to the for loop where I'm originally creating. I'm not quite sure why my program was saying that it was at index 0 that I wasn't able to do it, though I suppose it could be at the last row of the ArrayList which is not declared. So, I fixed the error by making the for loop that adds the tiles use <= instead of <. Thanks for the help guys.

Categories : Java

BeautifulSoup isn't recognizing UTF-8 characters even after using "fromEncoding=UTF-8"
The characters you're having trouble with aren't " (U+0022) and ' (U+0027), they're curly quotes “ (U+201C) and ” (U+201D) and ’ (U+2019). Convert those to their straight versions first, and you should get the results you're expecting: raw = urlopen(url).read() original = raw.decode('utf-8') replacement = original.replace('u201c', '"').replace('u201d', '"').replace('u2019', "'") soup = BeautifulSoup(replacement) # Don't need fromEncoding if we're passing in Unicode That should get the quote characters into the form you're expecting.

Categories : Python



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