[Solved] Check to see if two lists have the same value at the same index, if so return the index. If not return -1

Introduction Solution I think a cleaner answer uses the built-in enumerate and zip functions: Dlist = [17,13,10,6,2] Ilist = [5,9,10,15,18] def seqsearch(DS,IS): for idx, (d, s) in enumerate(zip(DS, IS)): if d == s: return f”Yes! Found at index = {idx}” return “No!\n-1” print(seqsearch(Dlist,Ilist)) It’s unclear whether you want to return just the first index, or … Read more

[Solved] Generics C# organization of methods that depends on type [closed]

Introduction Solution The reason you’re getting the compiler error is that you’ve pushed the generic constrains to the individual methods rather than putting the restraint on the class. The way you have it, there’s no way to override the intrinsically generic method GetOrderingFunc<T> with a method that returns a Expression<Func<User, string>>. What you’ve posted works … Read more

[Solved] Database – SQL Table to Perl Script

Introduction Solution If you add use strict and use warnings you’ll probably get some feedback about needing to declare @tran in the code below: while(my @row = $tran->fetchrow_hash) { my $tran = join ‘,’, @row; $trans{$tran[2]}{$tran[3]} += $tran[4]; } $tran is 657520,02-07-1999,016901581432,Debit,16000 when you try and use it as an array. Use Data::Dumper to show … Read more

[Solved] Comment xml elements programmatically

Introduction Solution You can do it easily with XDocument var xDocument = XDocument.Parse(@”<configuration> <property> <name>name</name> <value>dinesh</value> </property> <property> <name>city</name> <value>Delhi</value> </property> </configuration>”); var firstPropertyElement = xDocument .Descendants(“property”) .First();//Find your element var xComment = new XComment(firstPropertyElement.ToString());//Create comment firstPropertyElement.ReplaceWith(xComment);//Replace the element with comment Console.WriteLine(xDocument); Which outputs: <configuration> <!–<property> <name>name</name> <value>dinesh</value> </property>–> <property> <name>city</name> <value>Delhi</value> </property> </configuration>

Fix [Solved] Omv-Extras Menu Not Showing Docker Portainer etc. (OVM 6.4.1-2)

Fix [Solved] Omv-Extras Menu Not Showing Docker Portainer etc.

If you are experiencing the issue of the OMV-Extras menu not showing Docker, Portainer, or other plugins in OpenMediaVault (OMV), don’t worry. This problem can be resolved by following a few troubleshooting steps. In this article, we will guide you through the process of fixing this issue and getting the OMV-Extras menu to display the … Read more

[Solved] how to fix error: “the prelaunchtask ‘c/c++: gcc build active file’ terminated with exit code -1” [closed]

Introduction Solution Don’t use special shell characters in your file names. & is special, so C&Cpp will bite you, again and again and again and again AND AGAIN AND AGAIN. Special shell characters in filenames are not illegal, and you can use them if you really want to, but… The alternative is to fix all … Read more

[Solved] How to extract an array from string input?

Introduction Solution You can split the string and then iterate over the array. Which results in something like this: String input = “3 12#45#33 94#54#23 98#59#27″; String[] strings = input.split(” “); int size = Integer.parseInt(strings[0]); int[][] result = new int[size][size]; for( int i = 0; i < strings.length – 1; i++ ){ String[] strings2 = … Read more

[Solved] Pivot element – c++/c

Introduction Solution #include<iostream> using namespace std; void initarray(int a[], int n) { for(int i = 0; i<n; i++) { a[i]=0; } } void acceptarray(int a[], int n) { for(int i = 0; i<n; i++) { cin >> a[i]; } } int pivotelement(int a[], int n) //function has return type int so return the index of … Read more

[Solved] Array iteration in javascript

Introduction Solution So I know you are talking about arrays in your post but your “array” you give to us is actually an object. Major shocker, I know… Notice the array [ ] vs object { } brackets. But this isn’t actually a bad thing in your case. You won’t need to loop over all … Read more

[Solved] Could not find a method […](View) in the activity class […] for onClick handler on

Introduction The onClick handler is an important part of the Activity class in Android. It is used to handle user interactions with the UI elements of an application. In some cases, it may be necessary to use a custom method for the onClick handler instead of the default one provided by the Activity class. In … Read more