## [Solved] function not stopping [closed]

Your problem comes from a bad use of switch/case. See Switch/Case documentation. Your menu switch/case will triggered every cases switch(1) { case 1 : cout << ‘1’; // prints “1”, case 2 : cout << ‘2’; // then prints “2” } and switch(1) { case 1 : cout << ‘1’; // prints “1” break; // … Read more

## [Solved] Split string by n when n is random

I figured it out. string = ‘123456789’ splitted = [] prev = 0 while True: n = random.randint(1,3) splitted.append(string[prev:prev+n]) prev = prev + n if prev >= len(string)-1: break print splitted 0 solved Split string by n when n is random

## [Solved] Phone number validation regex for length and numeric values [duplicate]

Try the regular expression ^\\d{10,15}\$ Here \d is a predefined character class for digits{10, 15} quantifier stands for a repeat of 10 to 15 times of the previous pattern Ex: String input = “1234567890”; Pattern pattern = Pattern.compile(“^\\d{10,15}\$”); if (pattern.matcher(input).find()) { System.out.println(“Valid”); } 0 solved Phone number validation regex for length and numeric values [duplicate]

## [Solved] how to break 10 digit number into two 5 digit number in c?

If you have char arr[10] = “1234567890” as per your question, note that it is not a string since it has no room for the NUL terminator (would need size 11, or left empty [] for the compiler to count for you). Assuming you want two strings out of it, you need to copy the … Read more

## [Solved] Formatting a number with exactly two decimals in JavaScript

To format a number using fixed-point notation, you can simply use the toFixed method: (10.8).toFixed(2); // “10.80” var num = 2.4; alert(num.toFixed(2)); // “2.40” Note that toFixed() returns a string. IMPORTANT: Note that toFixed does not round 90% of the time, it will return the rounded value, but for many cases, it doesn’t work. For … Read more

## [Solved] Explain the javascript

This looks a bit like minimised code, where function call are often shortened by creating lookup tables, so you can save some bits on long function calls like Element.dispatchEvent and instead minimise it to e[l(p)]. The variable _0x76ed32 holds the reference to your input element. _0x76ed32[‘dispatchEvent’](new Event(‘blur’)) This is a function call on your element. … Read more

## [Solved] How to add a button to my PHP form that deletes rows from my MYSQL database [duplicate]

In your html view page some change echo “<td><a href=”https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40479421/delete.php?did=”.\$row[“id’].”‘>Delete</a></td>”; like bellow: <?php while(\$row = mysql_fetch_array(\$result)) { echo “<tr>”; echo “<td>” . \$row[‘name’] . “</td>”; echo “<td>” . \$row[‘id’] . “</td>”; echo “<td>” . \$row[‘rollnumber’] . “</td>”; echo “<td>” . \$row[‘address’] . “</td>”; echo “<td>” . \$row[‘phonenumber’] . “</td>”; echo “<td><a href=”https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40479421/delete.php?did=”.\$row[“id’].”‘>Delete</a></td>”; echo “</tr>”; } … Read more

## [Solved] How to retrieve integer value from field in selenium?

Looking at your code you are trying to print the element itself. System.out.println(FatherNum); If you want to print the value of that field , you can do it by : System.out.println(FatherNum.getAttribute(“value”)); OR String Fathernum= FatherNum.getAttribute(“value”); System.out.println(Fathernum); See the doc for getAttribute – see link 1 solved How to retrieve integer value from field in selenium?

## [Solved] How do I generate number pattern in triangular form

Fairly simple: use two loops, one for counting up and one for counting down. Print literal “0” between the two. #include <stdio.h> int main() { for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) { for (int j = 10 – i; j < 10; j++) printf(“%d”, j); printf(“0”); for (int j = 9; j … Read more

## [Solved] Javascript JSON array of objects to HTML table

The order is wrong. out is an object of arrays (not an array of objects). Here I fixed the order of access with the assumption, that all properties contain an array with the same length: function fetch() { return Promise.resolve({ json() { return Promise.resolve({ “name”: [ “John”, “Marie”, “Clara” ], “surname”: [ “Doe”, “Jane”, “Smith” … Read more