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Restarting from the beginning using do while loops


By : mkapi
Date : August 01 2020, 09:00 PM
wish helps you I am trying to create a small block of code where it just runs through using functions. Im trying to figure out how to create a function at the end to where it asks the user if they want to continue. if they type Y then it starts back at the beginning. if the user types N then it the code ends. it looks something like this: , This is a skeleton to get you started:
code :
/* Prompts the user if program should continue
 * blocking
 * return true if it the program should continue, false if it should stop
 */
bool should_continue_ask_user();

int main()
{
    do
    {
        // functions running
    } while (should_continue_ask_user());
}


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restarting an app picks up where I closed it - not from the very beginning


By : Vasi Mihalca
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Well, it's more complicated than just that.
First of all, you will not see the normal Android application lifecycle when you're running it in the debugger. Killing and restarting the app will indeed start you from the beginning. The normal Android app lifecycle is not very intuitive to developers, though. Normally, if a user 'backs' out of an app to the Android home-screen, one would expect your app to be killed once there are no Activities alive. This is not the case. The Android OS will keep your application alive in memory until memory pressure causes it to release the app. This is done because if the user 'opens' the application again, it will start up much, much faster. I'll point out that your Application's onDestroy() method will actually never be killed, because that surprises some developers too.

Restarting from beginning after clearInterval


By : Beatriz Paramio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , link to test site , At the end of your loop you can do this:
code :
$(".path0 a").click(); 
function slideshow(){ 
    var time = window.setInterval("slideshow()", 3000);
    next= $(".next");
    inside = parseInt($(".inside").css("left")); 
    if (inside==-3080)
    {
        window.clearInterval(time); 
        $(".path0 a").click(); 
    }
    else {next.trigger("click");}
};

How to use nested DO loops in SAS without my index restarting at 1


By : Laitue Di Vincenzo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem There are, as you expect, a million and a half ways to solve this problem in SAS.
So I assume you want a dataset where you have
code :
A 1
A 2
A 3
A 4
A 5
A 6
A 7
A 8
B 9
B 10
B 11
...
F 48
data want;
  set have;
  do subject = 1 to 48;
    group=<logic to determine group>;
    cohort=<logic to determine cohort>;
    output;
  end;
run;
if subject le 8 then group='A';
else if subject le 16 then group='B';
...
else group='F';
do class='A','B',...;
  subjID+1;
  cohort=...;    
end;

While loops within while loops for a beginning programmer in C++


By : Nguyễn Trọng Thuấn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I'm in an introduction to C++ programming class. I am suppose to create a program that loops the whole program if a character y is inputted at the end of the program. I cannot seem to get the loop to loop even when I input the value for y I have defined the variables as follows: , I think you should do something like
code :
int main() {
    char value = 'a', y;
    do {
        // do something
        cout << "hello" << endl;
        cin >> y;
    } while (y == value);

    return 0;
}

Reload the same file from the beginning without restarting logstash


By : Mamoru Fujita
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I finally used the exec input instead of file and launched a cat command to read the file every 2 seconds. The cat command retrieve the whole file content so I used a first split filter to retrieve each line separately and then a csv filter to separate the columns. Here is my config file content :
code :
input {
    exec {
        command => "cat myfile.csv"
        interval => 2
        add_field => {
              "tag" => "mytag"
        }
    }
}
filter {    
    if [tag] == "mytag" {
        split {
            terminator => "\n"
        }
        csv {
            columns => ["myFirstColumn", "mySecondColumn", "mythirdColumn"]
            separator => ";"        
        }
}
output {
    if [tag] == "mytag" {
        elasticsearch {
            hosts => [ "localhost:9200" ]
            index => "myIndex"
        }
    }
}  
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