[Solved] Without the first line table

You must divide by lenght-1 and takes the value from line number 1. Thats why you must substract 1 from length and add 1 to position for (var i = 1; i<mo.rows.length;i++) { mo.rows[i].cells[1].innerText=na.rows[i % (na.rows.length-1)+1].cell[0].innerText } 1 solved Without the first line table

[Solved] Indentation on python [closed]

From what I can see, sales is a local variable in the main(), and you are trying to access it in DetermineCommRate, and you have syntax errors in the definition of that function def DetermineCommRate(sales): Currently, you are passing sales to it, but not accepting it. Also, your following line should be indented to run … Read more

[Solved] % operator not working with integer variables

I’m only writing this because the other answers are dangerously wrong. Here is a simple, slow and fool-proof solution: #include <iostream> #include<cmath> int getDigit(int num, int index) { // first shift index -1 digits to the right to position the indexth digit while(–index) { num /= 10; } // now strip off everything after the … Read more

[Solved] How can i convert string to date with some strange format

You can use this function to get date from your string. – (NSDate *) dateFromServerAttributeDateFormat:(NSString *)dateString { NSDateFormatter *dateFormatter = [[NSDateFormatter alloc] init]; [dateFormatter setDateFormat:@”yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ss.SSS”]; [dateFormatter setLocale:[NSLocale currentLocale]]; if (!dateString.length){ return nil; } else return [dateFormatter dateFromString:dateString]; } in swift func dateFromServerString(dateString:String) -> NSDate { let dateFormater = NSDateFormatter() dateFormater.dateFormat = “yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ss.SSS” dateFormater.locale = NSLocale.currentLocale() … Read more

[Solved] Return value of process to String

! returns the exit code of the process (0 in your case). If you need the output of the process you should use !! instead: val url = “https://morningconsult.com/alert/house-passes-employee-stock-options-bill-aimed-startups/” import sys.process._ val result = (“wget -qO- ” + url !!).toString println(“result : ” + result) (relevant documentation) solved Return value of process to String

[Solved] error cs1001 cant use command ctrl c

Console applications consider CTRL+C to be the “termination command” of which is expected to cease functionality of the application and force it to close. Using CTRL+C as your input keys is faulty to begin with… HOWEVER… The keypress.Key should be the C key and you then need to also check if any “modifiers” are pressed. … Read more

[Solved] How to style a data that is taken from JSON file, locally?

The only way to style different parts of the text in different ways is to wrap them all in their own elements and give them separate class names. e.g. <p class=”movie”> <span class=”movieName”>Godzilla</span> <span class=”movieYear”>2014</span> <span class=”movieGenre”>Fantasy|Action|Sci-fi</span> <span class=”movieRunningTime”>2h 3min</span> </p> You can then experiment with the css to get it how you want. You … Read more