[Solved] How to print largest number from User Input

This method is quick and clean, basically read in values the number of times specified, and each time the number is greater than the current maximum, replace max with the value read. int main() { int num_entries; float num; float max = 0; cin >> num_entries; while (num_entries– > 0){ cin >> num; if (num … Read more

[Solved] C++ cin don’t work properly [closed]

The line World(height, width); constructs a temporary object and discards it. The member variable of the current object never get initialized properly. Simplify your code. Move the code to get input data to the function that calls it. For example, use it in main. int width = -1; int height = -1; cout << “Aby … Read more

[Solved] How do I use a div as an input? [closed]

There are several ways to achieve this. But all of them requires knowledge in javascript (JQuery for more advanced features). You could try create a form with an hidden input and by clicking the div it will put the value in there and submit a form. For example: HTML: <div id = “settingValue” data-value = … Read more

[Solved] What is wrong with my jQuery code? Gives error that it’s not a function [closed]

Because $().value is undefined (not a function). The value property belongs to the HTMLInputElement DOM interface, jQuery objects don’t have any property or method by that name. jQuery objects provide the .val() method to set elements’ value property: $(‘.usp-title input’).eq(0).val(name); You may also get and set DOM element properties directly by retrieving a DOM element … Read more

[Solved] How to add a single letter filter to input box [closed]

Here is a snippet with two input boxes: the top one defining the replacement rules and the bottom one accepting any text input to be processed: function mkdict(){ dict={}; key.value.split(“,”).forEach(kv=>{ let [k,v]=kv.split(“=”); dict[k]=v; }); transform(); } function transform(){ out.textContent=text.value.split(“”).map(c=>dict[c]||c).join(“”); } var dict; mkdict(); key.addEventListener(“input”,mkdict); text.addEventListener(“input”,transform); <input type=”text” value=”i=!,t=7″ id=”key”><br> <input type=”text” id=”text”> <div id=”out”></div> For … Read more

[Solved] Hi, I am a newbie in this Javascript. I just wanna ask on how to validate input from a form. Can you check up on my code? [closed]

Problem is here if ( ver_date.test(z) ){ alert (“Input the right date format”); //you have used alert (“Input the right date format”) add the semicolem return false; also change onsubmit=”return validateForm()” to onsubmit=”return validateForm();” Updated add var ver_num = ‘/^ \d{4}-\d{4}-\d{4}-\d{4}$/’; var ver_date=”/^([0-9]){2}(\/)([0-9]){4}$/”; 3 solved Hi, I am a newbie in this Javascript. I just … Read more

[Solved] How to get the

In modern browsers (and IE8), you can use document.querySelector to use any CSS selector to find an element. In your case, for instance, you could use var x = document.querySelector(‘[action=”form_action.asp”]’); …to look it up by the value of its action attribute. The rest of your function doesn’t change. querySelector finds the first matching element. If … Read more

[Solved] Java: Combining the inputs of a while loop

Here is the code together with some comments. import java.io.BufferedReader; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.InputStreamReader; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.List; //import java.util.Scanner; public class Ingredients { public static void main(String [] args)throws IOException{ BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in)); //or Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in); int ingredientID=0; int sumOfIngredients=0; System.out.println(“Keep selecting the ingrients that you want until … Read more