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Extjs: share data between two functions


Extjs: share data between two functions

By : Roland Gonzales Pest
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM
like below fixes the issue As your property is defined via config, getter and setter methods are already generated automatically, i.e. in method1 you can just call the setter to change the value:
code :
method1: function() {
    var me = this;
    me.setVar('Test2');
},


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How to share data between ExtJS grids

How to share data between ExtJS grids


By : MR NULL
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out If you have three grids you effectively would need to have three stores. However you can do one request, get a store object and then clone it into other two local copies. Search for cloning ExtJs store
Matlab GUI, share data among callback functions

Matlab GUI, share data among callback functions


By : user2531941
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Use the handles structure of the GUI to store all the data you want. Look here as well.
code :
function pushbutton2_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)

handles.data = get(handles.listbox2,'String') % Store the data directly in  the structure.

guidata(handles,hObject); %// update the structure. Important!

function pushbutton1_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)

%// Here use the data as you wish:

DatatoUse = handles.data;
Share data between multiple c mex s-functions

Share data between multiple c mex s-functions


By : user2028530
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help There are several ways this can be done, although none of them are clearly the best approach.
One approach is to define everything in a dll and have that loaded by each of the S-Functions. That is outlined in the question How to share a C struct among C S-Functions?.
code :
typedef struct{
    real_T sig0;
    real_T sig1;
}myStruct;
myStruct tmp;

/* Register the user-defined data types */
id = ssRegisterDataType(S, "customDataType");
if(id == INVALID_DTYPE_ID) return;

/* Set the size of the user-defined data type */
status = ssSetDataTypeSize(S, id, sizeof(tmp));
if(status == 0) return;

/* Set the zero representation */
tmp.sig0 = 0;
tmp.sig1 = 0;
status = ssSetDataTypeZero(S, id, &tmp);
myStruct *pY0 = (myStruct *)ssGetOutputPortSignal(S, 0);

pY0[0].sig0 = 'value of this param';
pY0[0].sig1 = 'value of this param';
DTypeId  id;
id = ssRegisterDataType(S, "customDataType");
if(id == INVALID_DTYPE_ID) return;
myStruct **uPtrs = (myStruct **) ssGetInputPortSignalPtrs(S,0);
firstVar = uPtrs[0]->sig0;
secondVar = uPtrs[0]->sig1;
How to share data among many AWS Lambda functions?

How to share data among many AWS Lambda functions?


By : Prat Nudklin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. There is no in-built technique for sharing data between Lambda functions. Each function runs independently and there is no shared datastore.
You will need to use an external datastore -- that is, something outside of Lambda that can persist the data.
How to share data between functions in Elm (or Haskell)

How to share data between functions in Elm (or Haskell)


By : abdolraheem khader
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Remeber that OO method calling† is nothing but syntactic sugar for supplying an extra this / self argument to the function:
code :
--  OO                       ┃      functional/procedural
Client c = ...;              │     c = ... :: Client
...                          │     ...
main() {print(c.getFoo());}  │     main = print(getFoo c)
data Client {
    url :: String
  , ...
  }

getFoo :: Client -> String
getFoo (Client{url = u}) = ...
type Reader c r = c -> r

getFoo :: Reader Client String
getBar :: Reader Client Int
getBaz :: Reader Client Double
 quun = (`runReader`c) $ do
   foo <- getFoo     -- `c` argument implicitly passed
   bar <- getBar
   baz <- getBaz
   return (calcQuun foo bar (2*baz))
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