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Nested calling vs. Calling step by step


Nested calling vs. Calling step by step

By : kongy
Date : November 18 2020, 01:01 AM
seems to work fine You should go for clarity - the compiler should optimize the temporary away. But if it's critical, benchmark and look at the assembly code.
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Calling C function from intel Fortran 11 in Visual studio 2008 step by step procedure

Calling C function from intel Fortran 11 in Visual studio 2008 step by step procedure


By : user3461442
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . You are best off using a Windows build environment such as MinGW. Install that and make sure the MinGW directory containing gcc.exe, make.exe etc is in your path. Do you need help setting that up?
Next you write the C file and compile it to an object file:
code :
gcc -c -o c_file.obj c_file.c
#include <stdio.h>

void my_c_function() {
    printf("Entering my_c_function()...\n");
}
module foo
    use ISO_C_Binding

    interface
        subroutine my_c_function() bind(C,name="my_c_function")
        end subroutine
    end interface

end module foo

program main
    use foo

    call my_c_function()

end program
Calling next step with parameters in Node.js Step module

Calling next step with parameters in Node.js Step module


By : user3518127
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You could use a variable scoped outside getFiles (hacky), or you could also use a closure.
Personally, I would switch from step to async (https://github.com/caolan/async). The waterfall method provided in async is what you're really looking for. Async has the same functionality as step and more.
Ruby, cucumber, calling a step within a step, within an if statement

Ruby, cucumber, calling a step within a step, within an if statement


By : Walt Ziegler
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue In a process of making Gherkin a little more readable, I'm trying to call a step within a step. , Capture the number with (\d+) instead of (.*).
Calling previous step from the current step in the spring batch

Calling previous step from the current step in the spring batch


By : Bunthoeurn Muon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? In addition of Mark Kouba's answer, here are a few tips for an implementation.
To control the return code of your tasklet (ie. the value "on=" in the "next" tag), you can for example implement StepExecutionListener (or add a custom listener which implements this class). Then in the method afterStep, you can use your own logic to return a custom exitCode :
code :
@Override
public ExitStatus afterStep(StepExecution stepExecution) {

    if (true) // Your logic
        return new ExitStatus("GOTOEND"); // Your custom code
    else
        return null; // Inherit status from step
}
<batch:decision decider="myDecider" id="myDecider">
    <batch:end on="GOTOEND" />
    <batch:next on="OTHER" to="OtherStep"/>
    <batch:fail on="*" />
</batch:decision>

<bean id="myDecider" class="xx.xx.xx.MyDecider"></bean>
@Override
public FlowExecutionStatus decide(JobExecution jobExecution, StepExecution stepExecution) {

    if (true) // Your logic 
        return new FlowExecutionStatus("GOTOEND");
    else
        return FlowExecutionStatus.FAILED;

}
Calling step from another step throws Object reference not set to instance error

Calling step from another step throws Object reference not set to instance error


By : Ivan Rivas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? The short answer is that this is very unwise. I'm not entirely sure why the API is allegedly supported by SpecFlow when it is so flaky.
Allegedly:
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