[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] Generic class with type as pointer to object of another class – NOT WORKING [closed]

Your code should compile if you: choose one of class/struct in types and one of class/typename in template parameters use semicolons after class or struct definitions write > > instead of >> in nested templates (pre C++11) 5 solved Generic class with type as pointer to object of another class – NOT WORKING [closed]

[Solved] Generic Binary Tree Java

Well, there are quite a number of syntax errors: public class Node <T> implements NodeActionInterface { // <T> data; T data; // ^ T is the data type… Node<T> leftTree; Node<T> rightTree; // ^ not really an errror, but you should use the generic here //public <T> Node(<T> data) public Node(T data) // ^ declared … Read more

[Solved] Generic Pythonic Code to Solve: 2**2**2**2**0 [closed]

Alternative approach to achieve this by using reduce() function as: >>> operation_str=”3^2^4^1^0″ >>> reduce(lambda x, y: int(y)**int(x), operation_str.split(‘^’)[::-1]) 43046721 Explanation based on step by step operation: >>> operation_str.split(‘^’) [‘3’, ‘2’, ‘4’, ‘1’, ‘0’] # Converted str into list >>> operation_str.split(‘^’)[::-1] [‘0’, ‘1’, ‘4’, ‘2’, ‘3’] # Reversed list >>> reduce(lambda x, y: int(y)**int(x), operation_str.split(‘^’)[::-1]) 43046721 … Read more

[Solved] Generic object inside class constructor [closed]

Is Id a function with generic object as first parameter and optional GUID as a second parameter? Not quite. It is a function with a generic object as a first parameter (the type of T is defined elsewhere, probably in the class definition) that returns a nullable GUID. solved Generic object inside class constructor [closed]

[Solved] List table=null; in java

This code declares a variable tables of type List<Data>, and initialize it to null. (I change your data to Data to match the java convention) I think you’re in trouble with the <Data> part. So let me say: List is a generic class, which can be parametrized with another type. You can write List<String> or … Read more

[Solved] How to create a static variable shared amongst instances of closed constructed generic types?

There’s 3 ways that I can think of that would work for you: Create a non-generic base class holding the shared field(s) Create a non-generic separate class holding the shared field(s) Create a non-generic type that holds these shared values, and reuse this inside your generic ones For the third one, since you say you … Read more

[Solved] In Java What is the < > notation [duplicate]

It denotes generics. Mapper is a generic and you’re inheriting from Mapper<LongWritable, Text, Text, IntWritable>, which is that generic specialized for those types. It’s like Vector – also a generic – you can have Vector<Object> and Vector<SomeOtherClass>. solved In Java What is the < > notation [duplicate]

[Solved] Why this is not possible in C#? [closed]

Looks like an interesting case on what is allowed as a generic parameter type name. This: class DoesSomething<T> : IDoSomething<string> { public void Dispose() { } } and this class DoesSomething<T> : IDoSomething<String> { public void Dispose() { } } is obvious. Here T is used as a generic parameter name. On the other hand … Read more

[Solved] Compare two numbers

I think the main problem is the conversion of numeric types. So let´s encode that: trait NumericConversion[X, Y] { def convert(x: X): Y } Of course one have to specify that abstract concept: (for example) implicit object Int2IntNumericConversion extends NumericConversion[Int, Int] { def convert(i: Int): Int = i } implicit object Double2DoubleNumericConversion extends NumericConversion[Double, Double] … Read more

[Solved] Problem with pushing into stack with generic type [closed]

Your question misses important details and actually I shouldnt be writing this answer, but as you actually also didnt ask a question, I just do it. This error message: error: no matching function for call to ‘AlgoStack<State<std::pair<int, int>* >>::push(State<std::pair<int, int> >*&)’ tells us that there is an instantiation of AlgoStack with the template parameter being … Read more