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Process variable between functions

By : user2953059
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM
hop of those help? Right now, your createWidgets method isn't returning anything, so the result of self.createWidgets() is None. None objects don't have a name attribute, so you're getting an error.
Assign the Entry to an attribute of self, such as self.name. Also, you should never assign and grid on the same line - then the variable won't contain the widget, it will contain the return value of grid, which is None.
code :
class whatever(x):
    def __init__(self):
        self.createWidgets()
    def get_inpt(self):
        print (self.name.get())
    def createWidgets(self):
        self.name = Entry(self)
        self.name.grid()


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Moving C# in Process Functions to SQL Server CLR functions

Moving C# in Process Functions to SQL Server CLR functions


By : fournm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue What are the limitations, unexpected pitfalls and performance traits of moving from in process C# code to SQL CLR Functions? , Your
Compile Install Test Debug
python 2.7.5, using functions to process user input, assigning new variables and multiple functions

python 2.7.5, using functions to process user input, assigning new variables and multiple functions


By : Anto David
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Your getProd is a good start, but you have to return something for it to be useful.
code :
def getProd(n1,n2,n3):
    itotal = n1 * n2 * n3 
    return itotal
def displayProductData(first, second, third, total):
    print("The first value is = ", first);
    print("The second value is = ", second);
    print("The third value is = ", third)
    print("The Total is = ", total);
def main():
    isum1 = 0
    isum2 = 0
    isum3 = 0 

    isum1 = getValue()
    isum2 = getValue()
    isum3 = getValue() 
    itotal = getProd(isum1, isum2, isum3)

    displayProductData(isum1, isum2, isum3, itotal)
def get_value():
    #code

def get_sum():
    #code

def get_prod()
def get_sum(first, second):
    return first + second

def get_prod(n1,n2,n3):
    return n1 * n2 * n3
def main():
    isum1 = getValue()
    isum2 = getValue()
    isum3 = getValue() 
    itotal = getProd(isum1, isum2, isum3)

    displayProductData(isum1, isum2, isum3, itotal)
def display_product_data(first, second, third, total):
    print "The first value is = ", first
    print "The second value is = ", second
    print "The third value is = ", third
    print "The Total is = ", total
('The first value is = ', 2.0)
('The second value is = ', 3.0)
('The third value is = ', 4.0)
('The Total is = ', 24.0)
The first value is =  2.0
The second value is =  3.0
The third value is =  4.0
The Total is =  24.0    
How can I process variable parameters (passed through ellipsis) using own custom functions (not vprintf etc)?

How can I process variable parameters (passed through ellipsis) using own custom functions (not vprintf etc)?


By : user2393251
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You use va_arg:
code :
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, specifier);  // the argument before the ellipsis

int i = va_arg(ap, int);  // extract an int argument
double d = va_arg(ap, double);  // extract a double argument
// etcetera.

va_end(ap);  // cleanup
Is it possible to pass a dynamic variable to process.env, to get the env variable? For example process.env['variable nam

Is it possible to pass a dynamic variable to process.env, to get the env variable? For example process.env['variable nam


By : user2614850
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Just like with any property of any object in JavaScript you can access them like this, if you know the property name:
code :
thing.other.propertyName
const propNameVar = 'myProperty';
thing.other[propNameVar]
thing.other.myProperty;
Best practices: Many small functions/methods, or bigger functions with logical process components inline?

Best practices: Many small functions/methods, or bigger functions with logical process components inline?


By : user3741693
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I always break long methods up into logical chunks and try to make smaller methods out of them. I don't normally turn a few lines into a separate method until I need it in two different places, but sometimes I do just to help readability, or if I want to test it in isolation.
Fowler's Refactoring is all about this topic, and I highly recommend it.
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