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|Why is this call not passing the information from my xml file to the winForm?|
Okay, finally getting to something that might be a solution to your
The "this" in this line of code :
is the class that contains the void ApproveTime_Load.
I'm hoping that class is a form.(if not please specify the class)
The problem with your code is that you're passing this into the
function elementUser as an object and later on casting it as a string.
|passing information from html to python script|
You need to run a Python web server. A simple way to do this is by
installing the Flask library. For example:
from flask import Flask, request
app = Flask(__name__)
lat = request.form.get('lat')
lon = request.form.get('lon')
return "You submitted: lat=%s long=%s" % (lat,lon)
if __name__ == '__main__':
|Passing information to multiple threads in the dining philosopher's algorithm|
The warning is simply means that an int is not necessarily the same
size as a pointer on all platforms. To avoid the warning, you could
declare i as an intptr_t. An intptr_t is guaranteed to be the same
size as a pointer. But allow me to suggest an alternative solution.
The code below demonstrates how to start multiple threads while
passing a unique piece of information to each thread. The steps
Most efficient way to create a bunch of elements is to create a string
and create element from this string.
Most efficient way to create a string of element is to join from array
So you should refactor your code to
Create an array of elements like a[i] = "<tr><intput
Join an array to get one string var s = a.join();
Create DOM elements like var div
|Dynamically creating and populating class inside method in java|
What you're trying to do is not possible with reflection and with your
current setup. Even if you manage to cast the object to classRef, you
wouldn't know what instance methods to call since getBENodeData
presumably can take any type.
What you can do is call the method from a location where the type is
known, and cast to it.
Object obj = getBENodeData(MyType1.class, MyType1.class.getName());