[Solved] C++ copying char to a char array (Debug assertion failed) says string is not null terminated

strcat() (which is a “less-safe” version of strcat_s()) requires both strings to be null-terminated. That’s because strcat() appends its second parameter (source) where first parameter (dest) ends. It replaces null-terminator of dest with first character of source, appends rest of source and then a null-character is included at the end of the new string formed … Read more

[Solved] C++ fstream getline parameters

If you mean std::basic_stream::getline(), you provide a pointer to character array and the size of that array. You have to create the array somewhere by yourself. If some line is longer than sz – 1, only part of it with length sz – 1 will be read. If you don’t know the maximum length of … Read more

[Solved] How to create this border styles in HTML/CSS? [closed]

Following is a sample (Note that Samples are not complete answers and so my answer is) ,see this, Learn CSS basics The following code will give you the result you want though. //HTML <table style=”border:none;”> <tr> <td>Corporate Finance</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Derivatives</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Economics</td> </tr> </table> // CSS table { border-spacing: 5px; } table, th, … Read more

[Solved] How to sort python dictionary/list?

Assuming I understood your question, these should do it: for person in sorted(cat1): print(person, max(cat1.get(person))) result: ben 9 jeff 6 sam 9 then: for person in sorted(cat1, key=lambda x: max(cat1.get(x)), reverse=True): print(person, max(cat1.get(person))) result: ben 9 sam 9 jeff 6 then: for person in sorted(cat1, key=lambda x: sum(cat1.get(x))/len(cat1.get(x)), reverse=True): print(person, sum(cat1.get(person))/len(cat1.get(person))) result: ben 7.666666666666667 sam … Read more

[Solved] I want to do a Web Slide Transaction [closed]

jQuery is the easiest with flash but with keyframes in css3 with no flash are your choices. Example code : <html> <head><title>Slide transaction</title><head> <script src=”http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.2/jquery.min.js”></script> <script> $(window).ready(function(){ $(“#btn”).click(function(){ $(“.slide1”).animate({ width : ‘toggle’ },1000,function () { $(“.slide2”).animate({ width : ‘toggle’ },1000);}); }); }); </script> <style> .slide1 { background-color : yellowgreen; width:100%; height : 250px; display : … Read more

[Solved] CSS Propertie change OnClick [closed]

Here’s an example of an onclick event for the one element, which will change its z-index. $(function(){ $(“#one”).click(function(){ $(this).css(“z-index”, 2); }); }); From this you should be able to work out how to do the rest. If not, then look into the use of jQuery more. We’re not here to do the work for you. … Read more