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PIC C - Sending 200 values over USB, but it only sends 25 or so of them


PIC C - Sending 200 values over USB, but it only sends 25 or so of them

By : user3861628
Date : November 20 2020, 07:00 PM
To fix this issue You might be over-filling the buffer (FIFO in hardware) if it's too short. This is why the delay has solved the problem - because you gave the hardware time to actually send out some bytes before you filled in new ones into the FIFO.
Read the datasheet of the controller to see how large that FIFO is. There's probably a way to check how full it is, and thus wait less than a constant 20 usec.
code :


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Sending Email with attachment, sends a blank file

Sending Email with attachment, sends a blank file


By : user2769710
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you if really is this the case....
ur path 2 file must be missing somewhere, means your path 2 the file must be incorrect....
ListView is sending strings to another Activity, but it always sends the last one only... how do I fix this?

ListView is sending strings to another Activity, but it always sends the last one only... how do I fix this?


By : Zeljko Malic
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help EDIT: Turns out I just didn't put break; between cases so I've removed my code since it was a basic error. , You have forgotten the break statements
code :
switch(position) {
       case 0:
          Intent one = new Intent(MainActivity.this, BookDetails.class);
          one.putExtra("jsonUrl", "url 1 here");
          startActivity(one);
          one.removeExtra("jsonUrl");
          break;          // here
       case 1:
          Intent two = new Intent(MainActivity.this, BookDetails.class);
          two.putExtra("jsonUrl", "url 2 here");
          startActivity(two);
          two.removeExtra("jsonUrl");
          break;      // here
       case 2:
          Intent three = new Intent(MainActivity.this, BookDetails.class);
          three.putExtra("jsonUrl", "url 3 here");
          startActivity(three);
          three.removeExtra("jsonUrl");
          break;         // here
Why's my code sending a double message (it sends XX instead of X)?

Why's my code sending a double message (it sends XX instead of X)?


By : Amit Sharma
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . You are mixing 2 things. First the program prints the string with the io:format/2 function. As there is no new line at the end of the string, the cursor in the shell stays at the same place. Then the function send(X,Name) returns its value, that is the result of the if statement, so the message itself: 0 and add a new line before printing the prompt.
The 2 things are independent so it is possible that you get:
code :
0I'm about to send: 0
(pz@Molly)4>
0
I'm about to send: 0(pz@Molly)4>
end,
ok.
How to make bot When sending a message (DM) to the bot, the bot sends it back to channel

How to make bot When sending a message (DM) to the bot, the bot sends it back to channel


By : Hamish Mckay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help You have few errors in code, first addField method takes 2 parameters, and both are type of string, setFooter also. client.users.get("404968772969955329").send(yumz) grabs user(visible by bot) with id 404968772969955329 and sends him a direct message, so if you want to send message direct to guild channel you'll need something like this:
code :
client.on("message", (message) => {
  if (message.channel.type === "dm") {
    if (message.author.id != client.user.id) {
      let yumz = new Discord.RichEmbed()
      .setTimestamp()
      .setTitle("Direct Message To The Bot")
      .addField("Sent By", message.author.username)
      .setColor("RANDOM")
      .setThumbnail(message.author.displayAvatarURL)
      .addField('Message:', message.content)
      .setFooter('DM Bot Messages | DM Logs')
      client.channels.find('id','404968772969955329').send(yumz) // channel id
    }       
  }
});
Kubernetes sends traffic to the pod even after sending SIGTERM

Kubernetes sends traffic to the pod even after sending SIGTERM


By : user3002717
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps SIGTERM isn't putting the pod into a terminating state immediately. You can see in the logs your application begins graceful shutdown at 10:23:16.180 and takes >20 seconds to complete. At this point, the container stops and pod can enter the terminating state.
As far as kubernetes is concerned the pod looks ok during the graceful shutdown period. You need to add a liveness probe to your deployment; when it becomes unhealthy the traffic will stop.
code :
livenessProbe:
  httpGet:
    path: /actuator/health
    port: 8080
  initialDelaySeconds: 100
  periodSeconds: 10
  timeoutSeconds: 5
seconds | healthy | events
   0    |    ✔    |   * liveness probe healthy
   1    |    ✔    |   - SIGTERM
   2    |    ✔    |   
   3    |    ✔    |   
   4    |    ✔    |   
   5    |    ✔    |   * liveness probe issued
   6    |    ✔    |       .
   7    |    ✔    |       .
   8    |    ✔    |       .
   9    |    ✔    |       .
   10   |    ✔    |   * liveness probe timeout - unhealthy (1/3)
   11   |    ✔    |   
   12   |    ✔    |   
   13   |    ✔    |   
   14   |    ✔    |   
   15   |    ✔    |   * liveness probe issued
   16   |    ✔    |       .
   17   |    ✔    |       .
   18   |    ✔    |       .
   19   |    ✔    |       .
   20   |    ✔    |   * liveness probe timeout - unhealthy (2/3)
   21   |    ✔    |   
   22   |    ✔    |   
   23   |    ✔    |   
   24   |    ✔    |   
   25   |    ✔    |   * liveness probe issued
   26   |    ✔    |       .
   27   |    ✔    |       .
   28   |    ✔    |       .
   29   |    ✔    |       .
   30   |    ✘    |   * liveness probe timeout - unhealthy (3/3)
        |         |   * pod restarts

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