|Related to : Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 73|
|a format specification for argument 2, as in 'msgstr', doesn't exist in 'msgid_plural'|
It’s not that Poedit doesn’t like it, it’s gettext msgfmt tool
— and your way of doing plurals fails its sanity checks. As you
observed, the reason is that you must use the same arguments in both
msgid and msgid_plural. Just do it.
If you’re wondering why, it’s because your code ignores the
possibility that some languages may have more (or less!) than just two
forms, singular and plur
|String does not conform to type AnyObject in NSarray Swift|
NSArray can only hold reference types, whereas Swift's String is a
value type. String instances are normally automatically bridged to
NSString, but the constructor you're using for the NSArray explicitly
expects AnyObject, so that kind of bridging is defeated. You should be
able to use a Swift Array instead:
Exersice (name: "Test", type: "Test", muscles: ["muscle1", "muscle2"],
|Is there a text string variable type in Adobe PDF specification?|
The PDF does not have something like a variable like PostScript does.
What may come close to what you are trying to achieve (output the same
text multiple places) is a form XObject. Just like a page it has a
content stream with graphics objects such as (Hello, world!) Tj, and
it can be be drawn on a page (or another XObject) through the graphics
Do operator. Its operand corresponds to a key in the
|Calculating Days With Equivalent String Value Using Datediff Computed Column Specification Formula|
WHEN ( Datediff(day, [ResidencyDate], Getdate()) ) <= 183 THEN
WHEN Datediff(day, [ResidencyDate], Getdate()) >= 184
AND Datediff(day, [ResidencyDate], Getdate()) <= 1825
OR use Between
WHEN ( Datediff(day, [ResidencyDate], Getdate()
|Argument dump format error on starting a rails server|
update JRuby to it's latest 1.7.x (184.108.40.206 or at least 1.7.13) ...
there's been a lot of Ruby (1.9.3) compatibility (e.g. encoding
related) fixes since 1.7.3, it's not worth exploring the issue on it.
if it still happens, you should try if it's the same failure on MRI.
it also would be valuable (esp. for yourself) to upgrade to latest
Rails in 3.1.x if you can not go to a supported 3.2.x release