Unable to add ArrayList with multiple arguments

Unable to add ArrayList with multiple arguments

By : bbubbletrubble
Date : October 25 2020, 07:10 PM
help you fix your problem Your Movie constructor only takes one Genre as argument, while it should take a List as argument:
code :
Movie(String title, int year, Genre genre, int price){
Movie(String title, int year, List<Genre> genres, int price){
  public class Movie
      private String title;
      private int year;
      private int price;
      private List<Genre> genres;

      Movie(String title, int year, List<Genre> genres, int price){
          this.title = title;
          this.year = year;
          this.genres = genres;
          this.price = price;
public class Catalogue
    private Kiosk kiosk;
    private List<Movie> moviesAvailable = new ArrayList<Movie>();
    private Set<Genre> genres =  new HashSet<Genre>();

    Catalogue(Kiosk kiosk){

        Genre sciFi = new Genre("SciFi");
        Genre drama = new Genre("Drama");
        Genre crime = new Genre("Crime");
        moviesAvailable.add(new Movie("Matrix", 1999, sciFi, 3));
        moviesAvailable.add(new Movie("Titanic", 1997, drama, 4));
        moviesAvailable.add(new Movie("The Silence of the Lambs", 1991, crime, 3));
        moviesAvailable.add(new Movie("Jurassic Park", 1993, sciFi, 4));
        moviesAvailable.add(new Movie("Terminator 2", 1991, sciFi, 3));

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ArrayList with multiple arguments (User input)

ArrayList with multiple arguments (User input)

By : Rahul
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , What you are trying to do is add wrong elements in a list.
The list you students is a list of Student. So as pointed out earlier, students.add() would only accept objects of type Student.
code :
System.out.println("- Add Student Info -");
String name = ""; //Get name from user
Date dob = new Date(); //Get DOB from user
String[] friends = new String[]{"Friend1", "Friend2"}; //Get a list of friends from user
String school = ""; //Get school from user

students.add(new Student(name, dob, friends, school));
//OR students.add(0, new Student(name, dob, friends, school)); //Replace 0 with any index
Unable to pass multiple arguments in php $_GET

Unable to pass multiple arguments in php $_GET

By : Luan Nguyen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . The problem was resolved when I modified my php file for file_get_contents
code :
echo(file_get_contents($url . '/' . $_GET["poolingServer"]));
[WebInvoke(BodyStyle = WebMessageBodyStyle.Wrapped, UriTemplate = "getServerUtil/{poolingServer}/{serverPID}", ResponseFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json, Method = "GET")]
Sort between multiple arguments in ArrayList c#

Sort between multiple arguments in ArrayList c#

By : Dylan gigante
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Instead of an Arraylist consider a generic list List. Then use LINQ to sort your list.
code :
List<Student> people = new List<Student>();
people.Add(new Student("Maria", "Svensson", "1989-06-14", "C#Programming", 7));
people.Add(new Student("Bahar", "Nasri", "1992-08-04", "C#Programming", 5));
people.Add(new Student("Kent", "Kaarik", "1967-12-12", "Software Development", 8));
people.Add(new Student("Ahmed", "Khatib", "1990-06-06", "C#Programming", 9));
people.Add(new Student("Lisa", "Lundin", "1984-01-22", "Software Development", 6));
people.Add(new Student("Peter", "Stark", "1987-08-24", "Software Development", 4));
people.Add(new Student("Christer", "Stefansson", "1987-04-02", "C#Programming", 10));

var orderedPeople = people.OrderBy(x => x.lastN);
foreach (Student item in orderedPeople)
   Console.WriteLine(item.firstN + " " + item.lastN + " " + item.birthD + " " + item.courseT + " " + item.gradeH);
var orderedPeople = people.OrderBy(x => x.lastN).ThenBy(x => x.firstN);
Unable to pass multiple arguments to handleChange in React

Unable to pass multiple arguments to handleChange in React

By : Stigamus Maximus
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times You are calling a function that's defined like this in props onChange of Child in the parent component:
code :
(e) => this.handleChange("Hello", e)
onChange(this.props.id, this.props.value, event.target.checked)
Unable to pass multiple arguments to each function in kdb

Unable to pass multiple arguments to each function in kdb

By : Lets Hamstern
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , How do i passed 2 variables to a lambda function, where x is a number and y is a symbol. I have written this, but it wouldn't process , Here's an example that I think does what you're looking for:
code :
q){string[x],string y}./: raze (til 5) ,\:/: `a`b`c`d`f
q){x+y} . 10 2
q){{string[x],string y} . x} each raze (til 5) ,\:/: `a`b`c`d`f
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