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If you don't exactly know what is coming in, you have virtually no
change of getting the date format in correctly.
Take this sample:
Is this the 2nd of January or the 1st of February?
If you do know the formats, you could use TryParseExact and just walk
down the list until one matches:
if (DateTime.TryParseExact(encrypt, "dd/MM/yyyy",
|error "array to string conversion" in FacebookCurl.php|
Looks like in the $custom_image just the path to the image is required
but you are assigning the whole $_FILES compound array to it.
Try replacing this line $custom_image=$_FILES['custom_image']; in your
code with this, $custom_image=$_FILES['custom_image']['tmp_name']; and
see if it works
|Compass ERROR: no implicit conversion of Array into String|
The import statement needs to be relative to your images directory,
it's not relative to your sass file.
|boost filesystem canonical path is not valid after conversion to const char *|
Despite not being standard practice, forward slashes are also accepted
on Windows, that's why boost isn't forcing the conversion.
However, some libs won't accept forward slashes.
boost::filesystem::path::make_preferred() is meant to solve such
situations, by converting the path to the system's preferred
representation (i.e. using backslashes on Windows).
 This older reference makes that be
|How to fix this error: Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'String or binary data would be truncated.' to data type int|
The error is pretty self explanatory. Try replacing
EDIT: Check source table: IPAddress varchar(1) - in the actual
insert I notice an IPAddress of varchar(20). You should alter table
and increase this column width.