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passing an array of names to _.bindAll - Arguments list has wrong type


passing an array of names to _.bindAll - Arguments list has wrong type

By : user2950712
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM
should help you out You are passing bindAll the return of unshift, which is the length of the modified array. You need to either store an array reference, modify it, and then pass that reference to apply or employ some other trickery:
code :
// note, no need to bind to `this`
_.bindAll.apply(null, [this].concat(_.values(this.events)));
var target = document.querySelector('#target');

var map = {
  'foo': 'foo',
  'bar': 'bar'
};

function C() {
  this.value = 'Value';
  _.bindAll.apply(null, [this].concat(_.values(map)));
}

C.prototype.foo = function() {
  console.log('hello', this);
  target.textContent = this.value + ' set by foo';
}

C.prototype.bar = function() {
  return this.value;
}

var c = new C();

document.addEventListener('click', c.foo);
<script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/underscore.js/1.7.0/underscore-min.js"></script>

<div id="target">Click me</div>


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TypeError: wrong number of arguments when passing list to Python function

TypeError: wrong number of arguments when passing list to Python function


By : anu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I have a Python parent class which includes a function which is passed a list, and then checks whether a particular element (key) is included within it: , You don't need to include self when calling a method on an instance:
code :
self.checkCal(data)
Passing apply the arguments array-like object returns wrong value

Passing apply the arguments array-like object returns wrong value


By : user2347910
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue A(age)
Has one parameter. arguments is an object with two elements in your case. When you just pass arguments object you essentially pass the element with index 0, which in your case is name. If you reverse the arguments you will have what you want
code :
function A(age){
  this.age=age;
}
A.prototype.random_age = Math.random();
function B(age, name){
  A.apply(this, arguments);
  this.name=name;
  console.log(arguments)
}
B.prototype = new A();

var b = new B(25, "John"); 
console.log("age: " + b.age + " name: " + b.name + " random age " + b.random_age);
function A(age){
  this.age=age;
}
A.prototype.random_age = Math.random();
function B(name, age){
  A.apply(this, [arguments[1]]); // or even better A.apply(this, [age]);
  this.name=name;
  console.log(arguments)
}
B.prototype = new A();

var b = new B("John", 25); 
console.log("age: " + b.age + " name: " + b.name + " random age " + b.random_age);
Using String.Format when passing DateTime arguments type to DB. Exception is thrown. What is wrong?

Using String.Format when passing DateTime arguments type to DB. Exception is thrown. What is wrong?


By : Sancheswj8
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem , try below code. It should work.
code :
object[] args = new object[]   { "Project", "ProjectName", "@PrName", "ProjectStartDate", "@StartDate", "ProjectEndDate", "@EndDate", "ProjectId", "@Id" };
Wrong number of type arguments when passing openssl::rsa::Rsa as a parameter

Wrong number of type arguments when passing openssl::rsa::Rsa as a parameter


By : Rakesh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps openssl::rsa::Rsa expects a parameter type T, which should be either Public or Private. In turn, these types are markers for identifying the kind of key.
As the static method Rsa::generate yields a private key, you may want the following signature:
code :
use openssl::pkey::Private;

fn async_encrypt(rsa: &Rsa<Private>, plain: &str) -> String {
    // ...
}
fn async_encrypt<T>(rsa: &Rsa<T>, plain: &str) -> String {
    // ...
}
Passing column list names and table name as arguments to sp_executesql

Passing column list names and table name as arguments to sp_executesql


By : Bruno Vinicius Fisch
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . You can only parameterize constant values in SQL queries. This means that you cannot parameterize column names, table names, schema names, database names, functions, and operators.
Hence, you cannot do what you want using parameters. You have to munge the query string:
code :
declare @query nvarchar(max) = N'select @c from @t';
declare @col nchar(1) = 'x';
declare @table nchar(5) = 'sch.a'

set @query = replace(replace(@query, '@c', @col), '@t', @table);

exec sp_executesql @query;
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