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EDITED: I'm having issues with a button and its function


EDITED: I'm having issues with a button and its function

By : Eduardo Natali
Date : November 24 2020, 05:47 AM
it helps some times it looks like there's a rogue curly brace in your Story function
This is what your function looks like right now
code :


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How do I select last edited row using a button

How do I select last edited row using a button


By : Prashant
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you You could create a variable or class to hold the index and/or data of the last edited row. This class would be reinitialized every time the "New" button is pressed.
Edited code using ReadProcessMemory has issues

Edited code using ReadProcessMemory has issues


By : hgme2
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps The third parameter of ReadProcessMemory() is a memory address in the calling process where the function writes the read data to. You are not passing a memory address, though. In the code shown in the third revision to the original question, you were type-casting the value of an uninitialized integer variable into a memory pointer. So the function would try to write to random memory. Now you have removed the type-cast, so the code should not even compile anymore.
Your readMem() function is not designed correctly. You need to change it so that either:
code :
bool readMem(HANDLE processHandle, intptr_t address, void *memValue, int sizeToReadBytes)
{
  bool success = ReadProcessMemory(processHandle, (LPVOID)address, memValue, sizeToReadBytes, NULL);
  if (!success)
    std::wcout << "Memory read failed on address: " << std::hex << address << "\n";
  return success;
}
intptr_t memValue = 0;
readMem(processHandle, address, &memValue, sizeof(memValue));
void* readMem(HANDLE processHandle, intptr_t address, int sizeToReadBytes)
{
  uint8_t memValue = new uint8_t[sizeToReadBytes];
  bool success = ReadProcessMemory(processHandle, (LPVOID)address, memValue, sizeToReadBytes, NULL);
  if (!success) {
    std::wcout << "Memory read failed on address: " << std::hex << address << "\n";
    delete [] memValue;
    memValue = NULL;
  }
  return memValue;
}
intptr_t *memValue = (intptr_t*) readMem(processHandle, address, sizeof(intptr_t));
...
delete [] memValue;
bool readMem(HANDLE processHandle, intptr_t address, int sizeToReadBytes, std:vector<uint8_t> &memValue)
{
  memValue.resize(sizeToReadBytes);
  bool success = ReadProcessMemory(processHandle, (LPVOID)address, &memValue[0], sizeToReadBytes, NULL);
  if (!success)
    std::wcout << "Memory read failed on address: " << std::hex << address << "\n";
  return success;
}
std::vector<uint8_t> buffer;
readMem(processHandle, address, sizeof(intptr_t), buffer);
intptr_t memValue = (intptr_t*) &buffer[0];
Issues in regards to a button with scrollTo() function in Javascript

Issues in regards to a button with scrollTo() function in Javascript


By : Ilayaraja
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Well there is no lick event :) (you must mean click) so onclick and function names are case sensitive so call scrollDown and not ScrollDown
code :
figure{height:2000px;}
<figure id="LoadVideo">
     <button type="button" onclick="scrollDown()"> Scroll Down</button>
           <script>
                 function scrollDown(){
                      window.scrollTo(0,500);
                 }
           </script>
     <video id="LoadVid" autoplay src="images/LoadVid.mov" type="video/mov">
     </video>
   </figure>
Facing some issues in creating function for next button to change section in a single webpage

Facing some issues in creating function for next button to change section in a single webpage


By : kalai
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue You can do this without specifying id in url. You need to use javascript/jquery for this. Below are reference steps to achieve this.
Javascript has windows global object, you can create your custom object inside it at very beginning of your code.
code :
window.customobject = {
        step_one : true;
        step_two : false;
};
jQuery('#buttonId').click(function(e){
     window.customobject.step_one = false;
     window.customobject.step_two = true;
});
jQuery('#buttonId').click(function(e){
         window.customobject.step_one = false;
         window.customobject.step_two = true;
         if(window.customobject.step_two){
            //Update your content section
         }  
});
Creating Jira issues through Python script: trouble with component, duedate and fixversion field EDITED

Creating Jira issues through Python script: trouble with component, duedate and fixversion field EDITED


By : jkat
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do The error TypeError: Object of type 'datetime' is not JSON serializable is issued when you try to serialize a datetime object into a JSON object.
The duedate value you use is a datetime object. Whenever you try to dump a dictionary containing a datetime object to a JSON object, you will encounter this error. Example below:
code :
import datetime
test = {}
test['date'] = datetime.datetime.now()
import json
json.dumps(test)
test['date'] = str(datetime.datetime.now()) 
json.dumps(test)
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