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VHDL: convert "real" and "time" variables into strings for display on console


VHDL: convert "real" and "time" variables into strings for display on console

By : Claudio Luna
Date : October 16 2020, 06:10 AM
Hope that helps This is easy, a type's image attribute is a function that convert that type to a string representation:
code :
report real'image(pi);
report time'image(pi_time);


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C# - convert strings such as "uniqueidentifier", "timestamp", "image", "money",

C# - convert strings such as "uniqueidentifier", "timestamp", "image", "money",


By : Will Hughes
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Simply work out what you want the types to be (which may vary by your database) and use a dictionary:
code :
static reaodnly Dictionary<string, Type> NameToTypeMap = 
new Dictionary<string, Type>
{ 
    { "uniqueidentifier", typeof(Guid) },
    { "timestamp", typeof(DateTimeOffset) },
    { "image", typeof(byte[]) },
    // etc
};
static Dictionary<string, Type> NameToTypeMap = GetTypeMap();

private static Dictionary<string, Type> GetTypeMap()
{ 
    Dictionary<string, Type> ret = new Dictionary<string, Type>();
    ret["uniqueidentifier"] = typeof(Guid);
    ret["timestamp"] = typeof(DateTimeOffset);
    ret["image"] = typeof(byte[]);
    // etc
    return ret;
}
Java garbage collection "real" time is much bigger than "user" +"system"

Java garbage collection "real" time is much bigger than "user" +"system"


By : user3475829
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps For a full collection to occur, you need to stop all the threads. (One of the reasons it call a stop the world collection)
Stopping all your threads can take a long time, esp if you have thousands of them. Each thread has to reach a "safepoint" to stop it.
Why does Array("1","2","3").join() convert strings to numbers in JavaScript?

Why does Array("1","2","3").join() convert strings to numbers in JavaScript?


By : evenagainstthewrold
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times It doesn't. Quotes around strings are a notation thing, telling the system that you want to create a string; they're not part of the string itself. So when you join ["1", "2", "3"], you get "123", because that's the content of the three strings. It happens to look the same as if they'd been numbers, but this is only a coincidence.
There are a couple of ways to add quotes to strings. In general, you need to escape them in some way. The easiest way to do this in JavaScript is to put a backslash (\) in front of the character you want to escape, like this:
code :
Array("\"1\"","\"2"\","\"3\")
Array('"1"','"2"','"3"')
Array("'1'","'2'","'3'")
Flutter console log "Failed to send request: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":"9354",&

Flutter console log "Failed to send request: {"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":"9354",&


By : Hamza EL Karroumi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Actually this error is not showing anymore after a reboot of my computer. Couldn't reproduce it but strange log anyway... for the answers, if i have the same issue again i will try to find out where it comes from.
In VHDL-2008, how to format "real" similar to "%f" in c-language, example: sprintf(str, "%9.6f&

In VHDL-2008, how to format "real" similar to "%f" in c-language, example: sprintf(str, "%9.6f&


By : Vũ Nguyễn
Date : October 07 2020, 09:00 PM
To fix the issue you can do I'm using VHDL-2008 and I want to nicely format real numbers are strings similar to this c-language function: , VHDL 2008 provides to_string for real in 3 flavours:
code :
function TO_STRING (VALUE: REAL) return STRING;
function TO_STRING (VALUE: REAL; DIGITS: NATURAL) return STRING;
function TO_STRING (VALUE: REAL; FORMAT: STRING) return STRING;
entity real_test is
end entity real_test;

architecture test of real_test is
begin

  process
    variable r : real;
  begin
    r := 3.25432;

    report to_string(r);
    report to_string(r, 3);
    report to_string(r, "%.2f");
    wait;
  end process;

end architecture;
EXECUTION:: NOTE   : 3.25432
EXECUTION:: Time: 0 ps,  Iteration: 0,  Instance: /real_test,  Process: line__7.
EXECUTION:: NOTE   : 3.254
EXECUTION:: Time: 0 ps,  Iteration: 0,  Instance: /real_test,  Process: line__7.
EXECUTION:: NOTE   : 3.25
EXECUTION:: Time: 0 ps,  Iteration: 0,  Instance: /real_test,  Process: line__7.
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