[Solved] Is there a way to access a variable from a calling function in python?

So after a while of back and forth I have finally found a solution to my issue. As Matthias suggested I use global to find the object, i decided to use inspect to add it myself like so: Assigning def __enter__(self): inspect.stack()[1][0].f_globals[“_ExampleName”] = self Retrieving (Fixed) @staticmethod def _find_example(): stack = inspect.stack() for stack_index in … Read more

[Solved] Display an alert visible if the user is using the web or not

Based on the link you’ve shared, if you want a popup over any desktop application through the browser, use the W3C Notification API. For example window.onload = function () { if (Notification.permission !== “granted”) Notification.requestPermission(); }; function notifyMe() { if (!Notification) { alert(‘Desktop notifications not available in your browser. Try Chromium.’); return; } if (Notification.permission … Read more

[Solved] C# Global Object [closed]

Change it to: public static class ObjectsGlobal { public static Bays bay1 = new Bays(); public static bay10 = new Bays(); } Also, as recommended in a comment I have now read, take a look at the Singleton Pattern. solved C# Global Object [closed]

[Solved] how to operate on global variables in c++

The problem is that you’re storing pointers into cstr in argv, but then you’re deleting cstr at the end of the parse() function. Get rid of: delete[] cstr; Also, you should pass argc by reference. Otherwise, when you update it in the parse() function it won’t update the caller’s variable. So it should be: void … Read more