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Weird behavior with "this T"


Weird behavior with "this T"

By : al9595
Date : November 21 2020, 03:00 PM
this one helps. Looking at the code I see it's because the constructor is called recursive.
The simple fix is the following:
code :
static if (member != "__ctor") mixin("members ~= to!string(child." ~ member ~ ");\r\n"); 


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MATLAB "bug" (or really weird behavior) with structs and empty cell arrays

MATLAB "bug" (or really weird behavior) with structs and empty cell arrays


By : user1108813
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue As you already discovered yourself, this isn't a bug but a "feature". In other words, it is the normal behavior of the STRUCT function. If you pass empty cell arrays as field values to STRUCT, it assumes you want an empty structure array with the given field names.
code :
>> s=struct('a',{},'b',{})

s = 

0x0 struct array with fields:
    a
    b
>> s = struct('a',{{}},'b',{{}})

s = 

    a: {}
    b: {}
>> s = struct('strings',{{'hello','yes'}},'lengths',[5 3])

s = 

    strings: {'hello'  'yes'}
    lengths: [5 3]
>> s = struct('strings',{'hello','yes'},'lengths',[5 3])

s = 

1x2 struct array with fields:
    strings
    lengths

>> s(1)

ans = 

    strings: 'hello'
    lengths: [5 3]

>> s(2)

ans = 

    strings: 'yes'
    lengths: [5 3]
Weird compiler optimization/behavior regarding a "for" loop without a body in Objective-C

Weird compiler optimization/behavior regarding a "for" loop without a body in Objective-C


By : Poulami Sanyal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . C-style arrays are not nil-terminated by default. If you want to check the length this way, you need to add the terminator yourself.
code :
static NSString *const OrderByValueNames[] =
   {@"None",@"Added",@"Views",@"Rating",@"ABC",@"Meta",nil};
length = sizeof(OrderByValueNames) / sizeof(OrderByValueNames[0]);
Weird behavior from the results of "Get Link URLs from Webpages" action

Weird behavior from the results of "Get Link URLs from Webpages" action


By : Anusha Seles
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Weird behavior of GWTP app when hitting "Go Back" and "Go Forward" button of Web Browser?

Weird behavior of GWTP app when hitting "Go Back" and "Go Forward" button of Web Browser?


By : Burak Cebecioğlu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . the onBind() method is only called once, when you first instantiate the Presenter. So it populates the TextBox and dataList as you want.
Then when you click back and go forward again what you are seeing is the View that was populated by the first call to onBind(). Pressing forward does not run onBind() again so maybe you are re-instantiating the ArrayList somehow and then NOT populating it because onBind() has already been called.
code :
@Override
public onBind(){
   private List<String> dataList = new ArrayList<String>();
   myTextBox.setText("Test");
   dataList.add("test");
}
Weird behavior while Suppress "Bookmarks" button in SAPUI5, Fiori

Weird behavior while Suppress "Bookmarks" button in SAPUI5, Fiori


By : Ravengamma
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue The most likely cause for this would be the UI5 version(the latest update that you mentioned). Try one of these two things,
Clear cache and re-run the application Revert to a previous UI5 version or update to a new version
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