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Getting error that Conversion from String to Long is Not Valid in

The expressionIf No1 Or No2 Or No3 = No4 assumes that No1 and No2 are of type Boolean. You cannot apply the Or operator to something which is not boolean.

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Getting error : String was not recognized as a valid DateTime in c#
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: 01/02/2014 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: DateTime d; if (DateTime.TryParseExact(encrypt[1], "dd/MM/yyyy", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, o

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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

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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.

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How to fix this error: Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'String or binary data would be truncated.' to data type int
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