Appopriate Container that acts like normal static array?

Appopriate Container that acts like normal static array?

By : Maciej Kobuszewski
Date : November 22 2020, 03:01 PM
wish helps you It is not possible to have an object that can change it's size but returns the correct size through sizeof. The sizeof operator is evaluated at compile time and can thus only return sizes that are available at this point. Since a dynamic size is only known at runtime it is impossible to do what you want.
Besides the problems on the C++ side (which could be worked around by uploading the data in two steps, first the matrix and then the pointlight data with correct offset), a UBO in OpenGL can only contain Arrays with a constant length. Arrays of undetermined length are only available for SSBO. Due to this, you always have to supply data for the whole shader array. If you want to change the number of lights, you have to recompile the shader.
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How do I write an application that more or less acts as a container?

How do I write an application that more or less acts as a container?

By : Emi Balbuena
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Spring does have transaction management. You can define a DataSource in your application context using Apache DBCP (using a org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSourceorg.springframework.jdbc.datasource.DataSourceTransactionManager for the DataSource. After that, any object in your application can define its own transactions programatically if you pass it the TransactionManager, or you can use AOP interceptors on the object's definition in your application context, to define which methods need to be run inside a transaction.
Or, the easier approach nowadays with Spring is to use the @Transactional annotation in any method that needs to be run inside a transaction, and to add something like this to your application context (assuming your transactionManager is named txManager):
Editable-Text with angular JS acts like a normal link

Editable-Text with angular JS acts like a normal link

By : monstersam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
In a WPF control that acts as a container, how do I place the content?

In a WPF control that acts as a container, how do I place the content?

By : Programmer Difficult
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I am writing a WPF control that is meant to be a container in the same way Border and ScrollViewer are containers. It is called EllipsisButtonControl, and it is supposed to place an ellipsis button to the right of its content. Here's an example of how I intend for it to be used:
code :
    <TextBlock Text="Testing" />
<ContentControl …>
<ContentControl …>
    <!-- We are setting the `Template` property -->
        <!-- The template value is of type `ControlTemplate` and we should
             also set the target type properly so binding paths can be resolved -->

            <!-- This is where your control code actually goes -->

<ContentPresenter Content="{TemplateBinding Content}" />
<Button Command="{TemplateBinding local:EllipsisButtonControl.Command}" … />
        d:DesignHeight="30" d:DesignWidth="300" mc:Ignorable="d">
        <ControlTemplate TargetType="ContentControl">

                <ContentPresenter Grid.Column="0"
                        Content="{TemplateBinding Content}" />

                <Button Grid.Column="1" Content="…"
                        Command="{TemplateBinding local:EllipsisButtonControl.Command}" />

Is the body element's height not 100% of its container by default in the static positioning normal layout?

Is the body element's height not 100% of its container by default in the static positioning normal layout?

By : Cary Golomb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I assumed until now that by default, according to the normal layout behavior, the element filled up 100% of the height of the container element even when position: static was set. , TL;DR: Yes, this is the normal behaviour.
How to name a B+Tree key/value map collection that also acts as the container for other collections

How to name a B+Tree key/value map collection that also acts as the container for other collections

Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Based on the wording of your question, how about the obvious NestedMap?
Another one that comes to mind is HyperMap. As per definition, hyper means beyond; above; exceeding; excessively; above normal, all of which could be used to describe the fact that the map stores more than just the normal key/value pair.
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