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UITableViewCell spooky action


UITableViewCell spooky action

By : user2954666
Date : November 22 2020, 10:31 AM
I wish this helpful for you dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier: forIndexPath: gives you a cell, which might be a new cell, or it might be an old cell that's previously been shown, but has scrolled off the screen.
One quick fix is:
code :
UITableViewCell *cell = [tableView dequeueReusableCellWithIdentifier:@"Cell"forIndexPath:indexPath];

Produit *object = self.objects[indexPath.row];

[cell.contentView.subviews makeObjectsPerformSelector:@selector(removeFromSuperview)];
[cell.contentView addSubview:object];

return cell;


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asp.net spooky page load

asp.net spooky page load


By : craneis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Does this also happen when you use Response.Redirect instead of Server.Transfer? What URL are you seeing in the browser address bar after the Server.Transfer?
C++ spooky constructor

C++ spooky constructor


By : Amy Okuno
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue , Foo f3(); declares a function called f3, with a return type of Foo.
Spooky Java Reflection Bug

Spooky Java Reflection Bug


By : Sergei
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Figured it out! so there was an inherent bug with the way I was approaching the 'ordering' of the methods that were being checked. Although I anticipated the 'getMethods()' to return the methods of a class in no particular order, if one of the methods came to me in the wrong order, It never got re-checked! It was simply by happenstance that sometimes the numerically ordered first methods would come before the later ones, leading to the correct behaviour. most often, it just so happened that the numbered methods 0-5 would come AFTER 6-14 (that was the range in this data set).
So, my solution, was to create a 'pool' of rejected method names, and then every time the check failed, iterate through the pool of rejects, and make sure one of them didn't fit the bill either. If it was none of those, it wasn't a method we cared about.
code :
public boolean objectWriter(List<Object> input, String sheetName, int startingRow, String tag){
    ArrayList<Object> myList = new ArrayList<>();
    ArrayList<Method> methodList = new ArrayList<>();
    jxl.write.Number number;
    Label label;

    //This is just an internal counter since we're using a for-each loop. 
    int j;
    try{
        for (int i = 0; i < input.size(); i++){
            j = 0;
            //we want to iterate over all of the available methods in the given class with reflection
            for (Method m: input.get(i).getClass().getDeclaredMethods()){
                //Check to see if the method name has our requested tag, plus the appropriate counter
                //tacked on, and ZERO parameters, in our case.
                if (m.getName().startsWith((tag + j))){
                    //Invoke the method, give it's return value to r (return)
                    final Object r = m.invoke(input.get(i));
                    //Since we defined in the requirements of this class that it must be a string
                    //those types of methods returned, this works just fine, just case it to
                    //String (Since String extends object) and call it a day. 
                    if (isNumeric((String)r)){
                        //if it's a number, make a number object out of it. 
                        number = new jxl.write.Number(j, startingRow + i
                        , Double.parseDouble((String)r)
                        , buildNumberFormat((String)r));

                        myList.add(number);
                    }else{
                        label = new Label(j,startingRow + i,(String)r);
                        myList.add(label);
                    }
                    j++;
                }else{
                    methodList.add(m);
                    for (int x = 0; x < methodList.size(); x++){
                        if (methodList.get(x).getName().startsWith((tag + j))){
                            //Invoke the method, give it's return value to r (return)
                            final Object r = methodList.get(x).invoke(input.get(i));
                            //Since we defined in the requirements of this class that it must be a string
                            //those types of methods returned, this works just fine, just case it to
                            //String (Since String extends object) and call it a day. 
                            if (isNumeric((String)r)){
                                //if it's a number, make a number object out of it. 
                                number = new jxl.write.Number(j, startingRow + i
                                , Double.parseDouble((String)r)
                                , buildNumberFormat((String)r));

                                myList.add(number);
                            }else{
                                label = new Label(j,startingRow + i,(String)r);
                                myList.add(label);
                            }
                            j++;
                            //methodList.remove(x);
                            break;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }catch(IllegalAccessException | IllegalArgumentException | InvocationTargetException ex){
        myLog.error("There was an error working through the point class with reflection.", ex);
        return false;
    }
    boolean successfulWrite = myExcelWriter.writeInformation(myList, sheetName);
    myExcelWriter.resizeColumns(18, sheetName);
    return successfulWrite;

}
Python class inheritance - spooky action

Python class inheritance - spooky action


By : user2957180
Date : November 23 2020, 01:01 AM
I hope this helps . The aedion.project module does two things:
code :
class ProjectMeta(type):

    """
    Project metaclass with delegated methods added.
    Public methods are added to the class dictionary during :meth:`__new__`
    in order to fool Sphinx (and perhaps other API documentation generators)
    into thinking that the resulting instantiated class actually contains those
    methods, which it does not since the methods are removed during
    :meth:`Project.__init__`.
    """
# Remove class-level function added by ProjectMeta.
if hasattr(self.__class__, attr_name):
    delattr(self.__class__, attr_name)
agent = getattr(aeidon.agents, agent_class_name)(self)
# ...
attr_value = getattr(agent, attr_name)
# ...
self._delegations[attr_name] = attr_value
>>> import aeidon
>>> class Wrapper(aeidon.Project): pass
... 
>>> wrapper = Wrapper()
>>> wrapper.open_main
<bound method Wrapper.open_main of <__main__.Wrapper object at 0x1106313a8>>
>>> wrapper.open_main.__self__
<__main__.Wrapper object at 0x1106313a8>
>>> wrapper._delegations['open_main']
<bound method OpenAgent.open_main of <aeidon.agents.open.OpenAgent object at 0x11057e780>>
>>> wrapper._delegations['open_main'].__self__
<aeidon.agents.open.OpenAgent object at 0x11057e780>
>>> Project.open_main
<function OpenAgent.open_main at 0x110602bf8>
>>> Project()
<aeidon.project.Project object at 0x1106317c8>
>>> Project.open_main
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
AttributeError: type object 'Project' has no attribute 'open_main'
>>> wrapper.open_main
<bound method OpenAgent.open_main of <aeidon.agents.open.OpenAgent object at 0x11057e780>>
>>> wrapper.open_main.__self__
<aeidon.agents.open.OpenAgent object at 0x11057e780>
class Wrapper(aeidon.Project):
    def __init__(self):
        super().__init__()
        for name in self._delegations:
            if hasattr(aeidon.Project, name):
                delattr(aeidon.Project, name)
Understanding Scopes in Spooky JS

Understanding Scopes in Spooky JS


By : Pixeldood
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you This implementation of SpookyJS is really spooky. While using Gulp to run Mocha + SpookyJS tests, I am unable to see most console log output. I have been following the Quickstart steps on SpookyJS's github page. Why can't I see these console log outputs? , Simplifying your code, it roughly looks like this:
code :
describe('test', function () {
    it('test 1', function(done){
        var Spooky = require('spooky');
        var spooky = create a spooky object with a lot of logic in it;

        console.log('Hello 2');  //this is printing to the console
        done();
    });
});
spooky.on('hello', function (line) {
    console.log(line);
    done();
});
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