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|why this assembly piece of code do jmp forever|
Maybe, you could solve the problem by inserting a push and pop to make
sure, cx isn't changed
between "do" and "cmp cx, 1":
do: dec cx ;
atoi number ;
cmp ax, max;
cmp cx , 1;
jne do ;
Another problem could be the "je exit". Replace it by
or "jmp short exit". This way, it's save, that the cPU won't continue
|Laravel sql query continuously running forever|
Syntax of where operator is where('column', 'operator', $value)
So, you must add the operator in your query (3 additions).
Sorry, I hadn't noticed that can skip the equality operator.
Nonetheless, I think you need a Many To Many
(belogsToMany-belogsToMany) relationship. It is more easier and more
|Large file CSV transpose takes forever in C#|
Try using StringBuilder. Concatenation (+) of long strings is very
Create a List<string> of lines and then make a single call
System.IO.File.WriteAllLines(filename, lines). This will reduce disk
If you don't care about the order of the points try changing your
outside for loop to System.Threading.Tasks.Parallel.For. This will
run multiple threads. Since these run parall
|Parse - uploading data sometimes needs forever and does never finish|
"po.save()" in a loop is not likely not to be performant.
you want to somehow get many threads working on API calls on the parse
API that dont block one another. Your current code is probably on a
single thread where successive calls to 'save' are blocked waiting for
previous calls to complete.
See the docs on 'bolt' ( look at the loops there ) and try to get your
android SDK code doing paralle
|Nodejs forever, run on boot with --watch not working|
I use forever-service and nodemon and then use the chkconfig utility
to have it start on reboot.
This forever-service command does the following: everytime a json or
raml file in the applications dist/assets folder is modified, wait 10
seconds and then restart the node app (server.js script):
$ forever-service install raml --script server.js -f " -c nodemon" -o
" --delay 10 --watch