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Function will only properly work if I've printed the values of the attributes

By : juliemiller
Date : September 16 2020, 05:00 AM
will help you I am trying to create a library for college that handles musical partitions from XML files. I don't want to get into much detail, but I have a function that creates the partition score and another that adds individual notes score_add_note. , This code
code :
    note_t* note = sc->system[ins].tab[bar];
        if(note->next == NULL){
            note->next = (note_t*) malloc (sizeof(note_t));
            note = note->next;
        note = note->next;
    note_t* note = sc->system[ins].tab[bar];
    while (1) {
        if (note->next == NULL){
            note->next = malloc(sizeof *note->next);
            note = note->next;
            note->next = NULL;
        note = note->next;

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Preferences attributes doesn't work properly

By : RizQy Al-faQier
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I never solved this problem using getAttributeBooleanValue() method. However the workaround for this problem is:
code :
attributes = context.obtainStyledAttributes(attrs,R.styleable.yourFullPackageName_ClassName);

status = attributes.getBoolean(R.styleable.yourFullPackageName_ClassName_YourAttributeNameFromPreferencesFile, false);

How do I get a function to return values in adjacent cells instead of being printed below the cell where the function is

By : user3154582
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I have a table of teams, names, and roles. I am trying to move that data to a separate table, but I want to write a query that returns the values in adjacent cells as opposed to directly underneath which I think is the default. , delete everything in range E2:I. then...
paste in E2 cell:
code :
=FILTER(B$2:B, A$2:A=E2, C$2:C="coach")
=TRANSPOSE(FILTER(B$2:B, A$2:A=E2, C$2:C="player"))
=TRANSPOSE(QUERY(Players!A:I, "select I where G = 'player' and A = "&
 QUERY(Teams!A:F,   "select A where F = '"&C2&"'", 0), 0))

Return values from one function work properly, returns from the second do not reflect the correct value

By : Attacker
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue In the declaration of double radiusMethod1(int angleYres, int l1, int l2, int l3) angleYres should be a double, not an int.
The same problem occurs with declaring angleY as an int in the main function. Here it also should be a double.

Array values set in function only work properly for one data type

By : user3673475
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times @Azoros,
Your code works for integers because you define the pointer type as integers. When you define the pointer type as double, the processor will try to process each element as a double data type. Internally integers and doubles are stored using different formats. That is why when you try to retrieve the integer value from a double data type it does not work.
code :
void* array;
array = calloc(1, INT_SIZ + (noe * soe));
memcpy(array, (void*)&noe, INT_SIZ);
return (void*)(((int*)(array)) + 1);
# include <stdio.h>
# include <string.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

# define INT_SIZ sizeof(int)
# define GetSize( pt ) ((int *)pt)[-1]
# define GetElement( pt, etype, idx ) ((etype *)pt)[idx]
# define InsertElement( pt, etype, idx, val ) \
  { \
     etype temp = val; \
     memcpy ( (void *) &((etype *)pt)[idx], &temp, sizeof(etype) ); \

void * createArray(int noe,  /* Number of elements */
                   int soe)  /* Size of element */
   void *array;

   /* Allocate the array */    
   array = calloc(1, INT_SIZ + (noe * soe));
   if ( array == NULL ) return NULL;

   /* Copy the integer value representing the number of elements to the first
      element in the array */
   memcpy ( array, (void *) &noe, INT_SIZ );

   /* Return the pointer value offset by the size of an int */
   return (void *) (((int *)(array))+1);

int main(void)
   void *array;
   int i=0;

   array = createArray(10, sizeof(int));
   InsertElement ( array, int, 0, 65534 );

   printf("%d\n",  *(int *)( ((int *)(array)) - 1) );  /* pointer syntax */
   printf("%d\n",  ((int *)array)[-1]  );              /* array syntax   */
   printf("%d\n",  GetSize(array)  );
   printf ( "Element #%d: %d\n", 0, GetElement ( array, int, 0 ) );

   puts ( "\nDemonstrating Array of Doubles --------------------------------");
   array = createArray(10, sizeof(double));
   InsertElement ( array, double, 0, 3.0 );
   InsertElement ( array, double, 1, 3.1 );
   InsertElement ( array, double, 2, 3.2 );

   printf("Array size: %d\n",  GetSize(array)  );
   for ( i=0; i<3; i++ )
      printf ( "Element #%d: %lf\n", i, GetElement ( array, double, i ) );

   free ( ((int *)(array))-1 );
Element #0: 65534

Demonstrating Array of Doubles --------------------------------
Array size: 10
Element #0: 3.000000
Element #1: 3.100000
Element #2: 3.200000

NightwatchJs Problems getting element texts printed in console, attributes and values

By : Ivan Kosak
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I have encountered this issue just recently and the way how I solved this was by using 'textContent' to capture the string between the elements.
On this example:
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