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Is it possible to merge all these three functions in only one by adding a new parameter and without using eval?


Is it possible to merge all these three functions in only one by adding a new parameter and without using eval?

By : SindreB
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
Does that help Though I don't quite follow your uses of .small() and .big(), here's a generic way to do it with one function. You pass in the method name and argument you want to pass it and the function uses the [xxx] syntax to call a method from a string (without using eval()) like this:
code :
function changeContent(id, method, arg) {
    var obj = document.getElementById(id);
    obj.innerHTML = obj.innerHTML[method](arg);
}

changeContent("test", "big");
changeContent("headline", "fontsize", 14);


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Asp.Net(C#) inline coding one more eval Merge

Asp.Net(C#) inline coding one more eval Merge


By : Aamir Hussain
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you How to make one more eval merge ? , Try
code :
<asp:HiddenField ID="HiddenField1" runat="server" Value='<%# Eval("Name") + "," + Eval("Surname") + "," + Eval("Mail")%>'/>
adding functions to JSON without using eval

adding functions to JSON without using eval


By : sam kinsella
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Is it possible to make something like this without using eval? , You just want a normal javascript object:
code :
var foo1 = {x: 4};
// we make foo2.x a function so it will dynamically update with foo1.x 's value
var foo2 = {x: function(){ 
    return someFunc(foo1.x);}
};

function someFunc(var1)
{
    return (var1 + 1);
}

alert(foo1.x); // 4
alert(foo2.x()); // 5
Using eval to execute functions

Using eval to execute functions


By : shoaib
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Because no answer is specific about why the last snippet fails, and nobody seems to be warning you for the dangers of eval:
eval, according to MDN:
code :
function foo(){console.log('foo');}//function declaration, fine
;//<-- js adds implied statement terminator
()//no invocation, because no function reference, group nothing ==> does not compute, raise error
(function foo(){ console.log('foo')});
(function f(){}());//<-- invoking parentheses inside group
~function(){}();//bitwise not
+function(){}();//coerce to number
(function(){}());//resolves to undefined
+function(){}();//resolves to NaN, because undefined is NotANumber
eval("(function (){console.log('foo');}());");
eval("~function (){console.log('foo');}();");
eval("!function (){console.log('foo');}();");
What kind of parameter should I be passing to my merge function in Bottom Up Merge Sort?

What kind of parameter should I be passing to my merge function in Bottom Up Merge Sort?


By : Mareker
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Assuming that you are passing an array which has size of a power of two this should work:
code :
void mergesort(int arr[], int len)
{
    int windows;

    for (windows = 1; windows < len; windows = 2* windows)
    {
        int i;

        for (i = 0; i < len; i+ 2*windows)
        {
            // not sure what to pass for the remaining parameters.
            merge(arr, i, i+windows, i+2*windows)); 
        }
    }   
}
when to use DataFrame.eval() versus pandas.eval() or python eval()

when to use DataFrame.eval() versus pandas.eval() or python eval()


By : Daniel Iordache
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you .
So is the benefit of DataFrame.eval() merely in simplifying the input, or can we identify circumstances where using this method is actually faster?
code :
def eval(self, expr, inplace=None, **kwargs):

    inplace = validate_bool_kwarg(inplace, 'inplace')
    resolvers = kwargs.pop('resolvers', None)
    kwargs['level'] = kwargs.pop('level', 0) + 1
    if resolvers is None:
        index_resolvers = self._get_index_resolvers()
        resolvers = dict(self.iteritems()), index_resolvers
    if 'target' not in kwargs:
        kwargs['target'] = self
    kwargs['resolvers'] = kwargs.get('resolvers', ()) + tuple(resolvers)
    return _eval(expr, inplace=inplace, **kwargs)
from pandas.core.computation.eval import eval as _eval
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