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How to Convert Array into String in HTML Form? [Notice: Array to string conversion?]
$_FILES["files"]["tmp_name"] is the array of the files you are receiving So you need to do:- move_uploaded_file($_FILES["files"]["tmp_name"][$key], "upload/products/" . $random_name); Or you are receiving current temp name in the $tmp_name so you can use:- move_uploaded_file($tmp_name, "upload/products/" . $random_name);

Categories : PHP

how do i convert Dictionary string string to array of key value pair of string and string using linq and c#
try below , you may need to change the set properties of new object accordingly ArrayOfKeyValueOfstringstringKeyValueOfstringstring[] array = valuePairs.Select(pair => new ArrayOfKeyValueOfstringstringKeyValueOfstringstring(){ Key= pair.Key, Value= pair.Value}).ToArray();

Categories : C#

Passing C# structure with string array to c++ function which accepts void * for c# structure and char** for c# string array
[MarshalAs(UnmanagedType.ByValArray, SizeConst = 2)] public String[] Parameters; is an inline array. The C++ declaration that matches is: char* Parameters[2]; But you are trying to match it to: char** Parameters; and that's completely different. You will need to marshal this by hand. In the C# struct declare Parameters to be IntPtr. Then allocate native memory with Marshal.AllocHGlobal to hold an array of pointers. And then populate those pointers with pointers to your strings. [StructLayout(LayoutKind.Sequential)] public struct TestInfo { public int TestId; public IntPtr Parameters; } static void Main(string[] args) // no need for unsafe { TestInfo testInfo; testInfo.TestId = 1; testInfo.Parameters = Marshal.AllocHGlobal(2*Marshal.SizeOf(typeof(IntPtr)));

Categories : C#

Error while trying to place string array into string array
Your code really needs refactoring, dont use arrays of strings - use vector-s of strings: std::vector<std::string> parse(string str,int from){ std::vector<std::string> data(6); .... .... return data; } int main(){ std::vector<std::string> data=parse(str,18); }

Categories : C++

Convert System.String array into php string array
Isn't "implode" what you're looking for in php? Something like this? And to use it : $string = implode("",$yourArray);

Categories : C#

Java - Store byte array as String in DB and create byte array using String value
According to Object.toString()- Returns a string representation of the object. In general, the toString method returns a string that "textually represents" this object. The result should be a concise but informative representation that is easy for a person to read. It is recommended that all subclasses override this method. The toString method for class Object returns a string consisting of the name of the class of which the object is an instance, the at-sign character `@', and the unsigned hexadecimal representation of the hash code of the object. In other words, this method returns a string equal to the value of: getClass().getName() + '@' + Integer.toHexString(hashCode()) Therefore what you are saving does not contain the real value of your byte array.

Categories : Java

How to write a one liner that converts string array input into cell array and appends additional cell array term?
This works perfectly for the odd case: mat2cell(s, 1, [2*ones(floor(size(s, 2)/2)), mod(size(s,2), 2)])' but in the even case it will add an extra empty cell at the end. I suggest you just don't enforce a one-liner rule on yourself in this case.

Categories : Arrays

How to use a case class to deserialize an array of json objects to List[Map[String,String]]
As I replied to you on the Salat mailing list, Salat doesn't support deserializing nested collections right now. https://github.com/novus/salat/wiki/Collections

Categories : Scala

MongoDB String type field search match against Array of string
While the $all can only be applied to arrays, this is not the case for $in. What might be causing your problem is that the first query will only match the text exactly, have you tried something like: Tweet.where({:text=>{ "$in" => [/champ/,/looser/]},:load_date.gte=>1.month.ago.utc})

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Adding elements to string array String[] and testing the results in Junit
In your add function, you have the following if-condition: if (getCurrentSize() >= count) { where count is originally 0, and getCurrentSize() returns the value of num (which is 4). The thing is, when you insert the fifth time, count is 4, and this statement evaluates to true. If you want it to fail the fifth time, you need a > instead of a >= (so that when count is 4, it'll evaluate to false) When you change num to 5, the original statement is true (since 5 >= 4), and so the fifth insert succeeds. Side note: Your add function as is (when num is 4) ought to be throwing a IndexOutOfBoundsException right as it tries to insert the fifth time. The fix will also resolve this issue (since you won't be trying to add to thisBag[num], which is one off the end of the array). Again, w

Categories : Java

With PHP, how can I split a string into an array where the delimiters are a variable string enclosed with braces like '[Ab]'
You can use this pattern with preg_split $pattern = '~(?=[[^]]*])|]K(?=[^[])~'; or more simple: $pattern = '~(?=[)|]K(?=[^[])~'; or: $pattern = '~(?=[)|(?<=])~';

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scanf() does not read input string when first string of earlier defined array of strings in null
Declaring a pointer does not allocate a buffer for it in memory and does not initialize it, so you are trying to dereference an uninitialized pointer (str) which results in an undefined behavior. Note that scanf will cause a potential buffer overflow if not used carefully when reading strings. I recommend you read this page for some ideas on how to avoid it.

Categories : C

Compare string array with a single string entered by user , it also tell that it is found 2times &at that position
You have to use std::strcmp from cstring: Full code: #include<iostream> #include<cstring> using std::cout; using std::endl; using std::cin; using std::strcmp; int main() { char str[3][10], search[10]; int i, t = 0, k; cout<<"Enter 3 Names Of Fruit"<<endl; for( i = 0; i < 3; i++ ) cin>>str[i]; cout<<"Enter Fruit Name To Search"<<endl; cin>>search; for( i = 0; i < 3; i++ ) { if( strcmp(search, str[i]) == 0) { t++; k=i; } } cout << "The " << search << " is found " << t << " times and is at position " << k + 1 << endl; cin.get(); return 0; } Sample run: Enter 3 Names Of Fruit b

Categories : C++

Can executeQuery(String sql) function's return value be typecasted to a String Array?
Answer to your question: No, is not possible because (from PreparedStatement javadoc) ResultSet executeQuery() throws SQLException Executes the SQL query in this PreparedStatement object and returns the ResultSet object generated by the query. and you can't change this signature. Your intention is to return the whole ResultSet in Array<>[] variable and, for large resultset, this can results in a OutOfMemoryException. You can think to use Spring JDBC support and JDBCTemplate.queryForList() to make use of ResultSet mapping easy EDIT: About your code best choice is to change query as: select Col3,MyOption from MyOption where OptionKey in (?,?,?,?) and ID = " + _Id"; while(rs.hasNext()) { String option = rs.getString(2); String optionValue = rs.getString(1); String pro

Categories : Java

How to Return true if String array having mix of Int and String type value converted to int in C#
Why not use a regular expression? If a string has words and numbers in it, it must have letters and number characters. I don't entirely understand the logic in your question, so you may need to adjust the logic here. using System; using System.Text.RegularExpressions; ... string words = "1 2 c 5"; Match numberMatch = Regex.Match(words, @"[0-9]", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase); Match letterMatch = Regex.Match(words, @"[a-zA-Z]", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase); // Here we check the Match instance. if (numberMatch.Success && letterMatch.Success) { // there are letters and numbers }

Categories : C#

How to select rows from character array that match char string and save them in a new array?
Try ismember(A(:, 1:numel(B)), B, 'rows') rather to get a logical vector that indexes only the rows you want and now A(C,:) to extract the rows The reason you're getting a dimension mismatch error is because your A(:,1:9) has many rows but B only has one and Matlab does not automatically broadcast like Octave or Python. You could do it using either repmat or bsxfun but in this case ismember is the correct function to choose.

Categories : Matlab

python - parse string (which is an array) returned from a web service as array/list
If the server is returning JSON (which it looks like it might be) it is a simple matter of: import json # ... snip ... rehydrated_data = json.loads(data)

Categories : Python

java string split into array, how to save into the same array the char im splitting with?
How about splitting before or after each of X + - / characters? BTW you don't have to escape + and / in character class ([...]) String[] tmp = strEquation.split("(?=[X+\-/])|(?<=[X+\-/])"); seems to do the trick.

Categories : Java

Trouble padding a Perl string array without increasing array length
I think you are possibly confused - the @ sigil indicates @DigitField is an array variable. A string is not an array. I think you want to format the number: my $reading = 1200; my $digitfield = sprintf('%09d', $reading); print $digitfield, " "; I added a to the end of the print, this adds a newline. Depending on the context of your program, you may or may not want this in the final.

Categories : Perl

How to determine if string contains array, object array or function definition
[{ label: "Choice1", value: "value1" },{ label: "Choice2", value: "value2" }] isn't json, but assuming that it should be, because you mentioned that in the question, console.log(typeof JSON.parse(string)) Should work nicely for anything but functions.

Categories : Javascript

copying portions of string, which are stored in a char array, to another array
You are copying pointers to statically declared strings to an array. That's theoretically fine. Howevery, you want to cut off the remainder of the strings, so you need to prepare memory for the target strings, because if you write to the strings you will invoke undefined behaviour. This line: array_main[i] = ("%*.*s ",1,3,array1[i]); definitely doesn't do what you want though. I think this shouldn't even compile. You loop over the array and malloc the appropriate size of bytes (3+1), then copy over the parts of the string that you want (don't forget the 0-byte at the end). So it should look like this: for(i = 0; i < 6; i++) { array_main[i] = malloc(4); snprintf(array_main[i], 4, "%.3s", array[i]); printf("%s ", array_main[i]); free(array_main[i]); } A simpler ve

Categories : C

receive a string message from user input in android and parse to an int so can be stored in an array and compared with another array of integers
Change String to Int here: for (int loop = 0; loop < userArray.length; loop++) { for (int loopOther = 0; loopOther < numbers.length; loopOther++) { if (Integer.valueOf(userArray[loop]) == numbers[loopOther]) //how do I parse this? { lottCount++; }else if (Integer.valueOf(userArray[loop]) == bonus) { bonus = true; } }//for }//for main

Categories : Android

How to access a string array with a string variable? Javascript
Use bracket notation: arr_data[access][0]; // ["bus", 28, "F"] Also that is not called a string array. It is an object.

Categories : Javascript

String array gets passed to my controller as just a string when there is only one element
They are sent as string in both case. That's your framework that decodes the comma separated value list which results of the casting of the array to a string (try idArray.toString()). It probably does that based on the Content-Type header of the request. You can try to use the jsonData option of the request instead of params. If your framework accepts JSON, the typing of the data will be better respected.

Categories : Javascript

2d numpy.array() comparing one string to all others, and repeated for each string
Check out the itertools library. The product function seems to be what you are after In [19]: list( product([1, 2, 3, 4, 5], repeat=2) ) Out[19]: [(1, 1), (1, 2), (1, 3), (1, 4), (1, 5), (2, 1), (2, 2), (2, 3), (2, 4), (2, 5), (3, 1), (3, 2), (3, 3), (3, 4), (3, 5), (4, 1), (4, 2), (4, 3), (4, 4), (4, 5), (5, 1), (5, 2), (5, 3), (5, 4), (5, 5)]

Categories : Python

$_POST is returning just 'Array' as string and i am posting an Array
I'm pretty sure that <input type="checkbox" name="om[1]" value="10"> is not the same as $_POST['om'][1] The one in the form is an array with a string-type index "1", while in the $_POST var you're accessing the first element of $_POST['om']. So you'll either have to use something else than integers in the HTML form or access the values by using $_POST['om']['1'].

Categories : PHP

vba Excel 2010: convert string array into int array
Looping through the array and converting the values one-by-one is fast enough. Here's a snippet of code to show how fast a conversion loop is relative to performing your cell I/O: Private Const I_MAX = 10000 Private Const J_MAX = 200 Private Declare Function GetTickCount Lib "kernel32.dll" () As Long Sub ticktest() Dim ticks As Long, i As Long, j As Long Dim v() As Variant Dim a() As Long 'VBA integers are internally stored as longs Dim r As Range Set r = [A1].Resize(I_MAX, J_MAX) ReDim a(1 To I_MAX, 1 To J_MAX) ticks = GetTickCount v = r Debug.Print "Read from range: " & GetTickCount - ticks Debug.Print "Type of values in v(): " & TypeName(v(1, 1)) ticks = GetTickCount For i = 1 To I_MAX For j = 1 To J_MAX a

Categories : Arrays

How to convert a jquery array to a string array in javascript
Why not using .map() method? var x = $(".container h3").map(function(){ return $(this).text(); }).get(); // ["A", "B", "C", "D", "E"]

Categories : Javascript

How do you convert a string representation of array back to array?
Since your string looks like it's JSON you use JSON.parse. JSON doesn't allow ' so you can't parse the label. Is there any chance you can change how that HTML is generated? If you generate it with proper HTML encoding you can easily parse it to JSON. <div label="[&quot;test1&quot;, &quot;test2&quot;, &quot;test3&quot;, &quot;test4&quot;, &quot;test5&quot;]"> JSON.parse(elm.label); // should work

Categories : Javascript

string to byte array (to string to XML) and back again
where i get my first problem. If the strings lenght is a not a multiple of 4 (s.lenght % 4 == 0) i get a "Invalid length for a Base-64 char array" error. That suggests that it's not base64 to start with. It sounds like you're going in the wrong direction here - base64 is used to convert binary data into text. To convert text into a binary form, you should normally just use Encoding.GetBytes: return Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(text); Now if you needed to encode the result of the encryption (which will be binary data) as text, then you'd use base64. (Because the result of encrypting UTF-8-encoded text is not UTF-8-encoded text.) So something like: public static string EncryptText(string input) { byte[] unencryptedBytes = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(input); byte[] encryptedBytes = Enc

Categories : C#

How to Join Array of string into single string?
This should do it: string joined = string.Join("", myArray); DevComponents.DotNetBar.MessageBoxEx.Show(joined); If you want to put a separator between the joined strings, that's the first parameter of string.Join(). For example, to put a space between them: string joined = string.Join(" ", myArray); However, your code to actually create the string array in the first place looks wrong. Do you get a single string back from the database for the required network, or do you get a single string containing all networks that you have to parse yourself?

Categories : C#

Store parts of string in a string array
Since String.split is not available. You can see the implementation of split from this answer public static String[] Split(String splitStr, String delimiter) { StringBuffer token = new StringBuffer(); Vector tokens = new Vector(); // split char[] chars = splitStr.toCharArray(); for (int i=0; i < chars.length; i++) { if (delimiter.indexOf(chars[i]) != -1) { // we bumbed into a delimiter if (token.length() > 0) { tokens.addElement(token.toString()); token.setLength(0); } } else { token.append(chars[i]); } } // don't forget the "tail"... if (token.length() > 0) { tokens.addElement(token.toString()); } // convert

Categories : Java

Comparing String Array at an index with a String
Most likely cause: the value of counter is steady throughout your loop, thus you're always comparing "moo" with the value of some fixed cell. If that cell happens to hold "moo" then you're bound to get true on every iteration. Bottom line: make sure counter is changed in your loop. I'd go even further to say that you don't really want to compare with longestsequences[counter] bur rather with longestsequences[i] where i should be initialized to zero before the loop starts and it is increased with every iteration through the loop. As for equals(longestSequences[counter],"moo") - this cannot work. The equals method is an instance method that takes a single parameter. It compares the parameter with the instance on which this method was called (that is: with the object at the left side of th

Categories : Java

Converting 2D ArrayList to 2D String Array
This line: String[][] childString=child.toArray(new String[parent.size()][child.size()]); is trying to create an array of ArrayLists as child.toArray() will return ArrayList[] as exception states source[0] of type java.util.ArrayList cannot be stored in destination array of type java.lang.String[][] To do this you will need to create array and loop to populate String[][] childString = new String[parent.size()][child.size()]; int i = 0; int j = 0; for(ArrayList<String> al : child) { for(String s: al) { childString[i][j] = s; j++; } i++; j = 0; } You will have to be wary if the ArrayList sizes vary.

Categories : Java

Select a string for a bound string array
You should add click handler to li element instead of ul: <input data-bind="value: clicked" /> <ul data-bind="foreach: strArr"> <li data-bind="text: $data, click: $root.selectStr"></li> </ul> Here is working fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/BqGrR/1/

Categories : Javascript

How do you set a String array equal to another string (Java) (NB: I am using I/O)?
You have not initialized the array. public String[] anArray; Its an String array with zero memory locations allocated to store any String. Use String[] anArray = new String[numberOfElements]; // Here anArray will be a String Array with 'numberOfElements' memory location. Highly recommend to use List<String> anArrayList = new ArrayList<String>(); Hope this helps.

Categories : Java

Format a quoted array string into an array
How is this ? require 'json' require 'yaml' JSON.parse("[{"workstationName":"Test Workstation Id 123"},{"workstationName":"Alex's Workstation"}]") # => [{"workstationName"=>"Test Workstation Id 123"}, # {"workstationName"=>"Alex's Workstation"}] YAML.load("[{"workstationName":"Test Workstation Id 123"},{"workstationName":"Alex's Workstation"}]") # => [{"workstationName"=>"Test Workstation Id 123"}, # {"workstationName"=>"Alex's Workstation"}]

Categories : Ruby On Rails

creating a 2D array out of an array of string pointers in C
Based on the comments, I think this is what you're asking about. int main(void) { char *array1 = "12345"; char *array2 = "abcde"; char *array3 = "67890"; char *array4 = "fghij"; char *array_2d[8]; array_2d[0] = array1; array_2d[1] = array2; array_2d[2] = array3; array_2d[3] = array4; array1 = "ABCDE"; array2 = "GHIJK"; array3 = "LMNOP"; array4 = "QRSTU"; array_2d[4] = array1; array_2d[5] = array2; array_2d[6] = array3; array_2d[7] = array4; int i,j; for(i = 0; i<=7 ; i++ ) { for(j = 0; j<=4 ; j++) { printf("%c", array_2d[i][j]); } printf(" "); } } Reassigning array1 doesn't affect what array_2d[0] points to. The original assignment just copies the pointer, it doe

Categories : C

How to extract array Keys to String in an array PHP
you could do something like... $mapArray = array(); $symbol = '/'; foreach($array as $k =>$v) foreach($v as $k1 =>$v1) foreach($v1 as $k2 =>$v2) $mapArray[] = $k.$symbol.$k1.$symbol.$k2; also this obviously only works in this particular case, if it needs to be more generic it can be done, but I think this should get you started.

Categories : PHP

Array of object is much slower than array of string
As MrYoshiji says, you can probably refactor your request to minimize loops on your data collection. A way to improve your Method 1 && Method 2: you can avoid the last map and each call, just return collection as the Array given by flatten # Method 2 def trip_photos if (photos = trip_days.map(&:spots).flatten.map(&:photos).flatten) photos end end # >> [photo_object_1, photo_object_2]

Categories : Ruby On Rails



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