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By : yuri
Date : November 22 2020, 10:33 AM
around this issue Take a look on this to understand the basic form for your first question:http://jsfiddle.net/steinair/d6pe977v/ code :
``````    <html>
Width of David star: <input type=text size=2 id=starwidth onchange="check_and_draw();" value="5" />
<center>
<div id=star></div>
</center>

<script>
function check_and_draw(){
w=document.getElementById("starwidth").value;
drawstar(w);
}

function writetxt(t){
document.getElementById("star").innerHTML+=t;
}

function drawstar(w){
document.getElementById("star").innerHTML="<br>Star of David with width of "+w+" letters:<hr>";

h=Math.ceil(w/3);//since every phase is a third of the triangle
for (y=1;y<=h;y++){ //The first third of the upper triangle
for (x=1;x<=y;x++){
writetxt("A ");
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y=0;y<h;y++){ //The base of the lower triangle and 2nd third of the upper triangle
for (x=(w-y);x>0;x--){
writetxt("B ");
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

//if width is not even = odd then draw another line in the middle:
if ( w % 2 ) {
for (x=(w-y);x>0;x--){
writetxt("C ");
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y=h;y>0;y--){ //The base of the upper triangle and 2nd third of the lower triangle
for (x=(w-y)+1;x>0;x--){
writetxt("D ");
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y=h;y>0;y--){ //The last third of the lower triangle
for (x=y;x>0;x--){
writetxt("E ");
}
writetxt("<br>");
}
}

</script>
</html>
``````
``````    <html>
String:
<input type=text size=30 id=starstring onchange="check_and_draw();" value="" />
<center>
<div id=star></div>
</center>

<script>
function check_and_draw() {
starstring = document.getElementById("starstring").value;
w = starstring.length;
drawstar(w, starstring);
}

function writetxt(t) {
document.getElementById("star").innerHTML += t;
}

function drawstar(w, starstring) {
var n = 0;
var spacer = "&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;";
document.getElementById("star").innerHTML = "<br>Star of David from string '" + starstring + "' (" + w + " letters):<hr>";

h = Math.ceil(w / 3); //since every phase is a third of the triangle

for (y = 1; y <= h; y++) { //The first third of the upper triangle
n = 0;
for (x = 1; x <= y; x++) {
charN = starstring.charAt(n);
n++;
writetxt(charN + spacer);
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y = 0; y < h; y++) { //The base of the lower triangle and 2nd third of the upper triangle
n = 0;
for (x = (w - y); x > 0; x--) {
charN = starstring.charAt(n);
n++;
writetxt(charN + spacer);
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

//if width is not even = odd then draw another line in the middle:
if (w % 2) {
n = 0;
for (x = (w - y); x > 0; x--) {
charN = starstring.charAt(n);
n++;
writetxt(charN + spacer);
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y = h; y > 0; y--) { //The base of the upper triangle and 2nd third of the lower triangle
n = 0;
for (x = (w - y) + 1; x > 0; x--) {
charN = starstring.charAt(n);
n++;
writetxt(charN + spacer);
}
writetxt("<br>");
}

for (y = h; y > 0; y--) { //The last third of the lower triangle
n = 0;
for (x = y; x > 0; x--) {
charN = starstring.charAt(n);
n++;
writetxt(charN + spacer);
}
writetxt("<br>");
}
}
</script>
</html>
`````` ## Drupal five star module, change star.gif image dynamically depending on variable value

By : Flying Dragon Top
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Well that's a tough one. Let me try.
First : To create a widget of your own you can follow the steps from http://www.drupalace.com/drupal_tutorial_make_custom_fivestar_graphics. Read starting from the heading Make me a star!
code :
``````\$class[] = 'fivestar-' . \$element['#widget']['name'];
``````
``````if (my_condition_is_met) {
\$class[] = 'fivestar-' . \$element['#widget']['name'] . 'special-case';
}
`````` ## Why does ['Mr David',23,'City'] become [[\'Mr David\',23,\'City\'] in Python?

By : Jay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . When you print a list in Python, it uses repr to reproduce the value, which will represent each list item as a Python string literal. If you want to print each value separately, you can do so:
code :
``````for item in ListNow:
print item
`````` ## Stacking Font-Awesome Star Icons (fa-star & fa-star-half)

By : user3796754
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Use the following margin-left to line up the image. Check it out here: https://jsfiddle.net/f63h157x/1/
code :
``````.fa-stack i.fa-star-half {
color:yellow;
-webkit-text-stroke-width: 1px;
-webkit-text-stroke-color: orange;
margin-left: -5px;
}
`````` ## Why can I not typecast from int star to void star and then to int64_t star?

By : Ritesh Gohil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Just casting the pointer to another type does not change the value to which the original pointer is pointing. You can only safe cast the values but not the pointers.
As you see your cast forces to read the other int value from index x and displays it as int64_t. ## Drawing a "star of david" shape

By : Vasudev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Looking to create the star of david: , This is what you need: 