logo
down
shadow

proper usage of C dummy functions replacement in different environment


proper usage of C dummy functions replacement in different environment

By : user2955556
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I am trying to add test functions in a suite on both windows and linux machines. On linux machines i want the real functions to be added and on windows machine i want the dummy UnsupportedFunction to be added so that i can have same number of functions on both environments. , How about something like
code :
#if ENV_LINUX
extern void linuxOnlyFunc1(struct1* test);
extern void linuxOnlyFunc2(struct1* test);
extern void linuxOnlyFunc3(struct1* test);
extern void linuxOnlyFunc4(struct1* test);
#else
#define linuxOnlyFunc1 UnsupportedFunction  
#define linuxOnlyFunc2 UnsupportedFunction
...
#endif


Share : facebook icon twitter icon
Proper replacement for usage of the Sun internal com.sun.image.codec.jpeg package?

Proper replacement for usage of the Sun internal com.sun.image.codec.jpeg package?


By : Gijsbert Anthony
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I haven't tried this approach, but you can take a look the Java Image I/O API. The JPEGImageWriteParam class would be of particular interest.
Proper usage of Classes and Functions

Proper usage of Classes and Functions


By : rajesh k
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue One of the guiding principles of OOP currently is the concept of "separation of concerns". This means that you pull out small units of work into their own methods and classes. The idea of having one method that does a hundred things directly is the antithesis of this.
Splitting the functionality out makes your code easier to read, maintain and test.
Proper way to have two functions access a single function's environment?

Proper way to have two functions access a single function's environment?


By : michalsmolinski
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You could get rid of the factory functions, and more explicitly use environments. A solution like this would work as well
code :
.env<-(function() {
    count <- 0
    f <- function(x)  {
        count <<- count + 1
        return( list(mean=mean(x), count=count))
    }   
    return(environment())
})()



statfoo <- function(x){
    list(.env$f(x),plus=2)
}
statbar <- function(x){
    list(.env$f(x),minus=3)
}
Proper usage of Environment.ExitCode = -1

Proper usage of Environment.ExitCode = -1


By : user2967109
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Environment.Exit(-1) terminates the process and sends an exit code of -1 to the operating system. Environment.ExitCode = -1 does not terminate the process, but sets the exit code to -1 for when the process terminates.
I found this information here and here.
code :
public class ExitCodeUsage
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      string[] args = Environment.GetCommandLineArgs();
      if (args.Length == 1) {
         Environment.ExitCode = -1;  
      }
      else {
         //Do stuff that requires the length of args to be not equal to 1.
      }
   }
}
public class ExitUsage
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      string[] args = Environment.GetCommandLineArgs();
      if (args.Length == 1) {
         Environment.Exit(-1);  
      }

      //Do stuff that requires the length of args to be not equal to 1.

   }
}
What's the proper way of setting environment variable in Netlify functions?

What's the proper way of setting environment variable in Netlify functions?


By : kishore
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help The reason you can't resolve the environment variables in your Netlify functions is because as of the time of your question, Netlify does not transfer the environment variables from the netlify.toml file.
You must put them into the admin panel in your site settings in the app.netlify.com dashboard.
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • Vector of pointers: some clarification needed
  • scaling a bitmap without losing quality
  • How to evaluate a function directly?
  • QNetworkAccessManager: How to change post data at createRequest function
  • Returning std::move of a local variable
  • Is there a fast linear SVM library with a good C++ interface?
  • What is the purpose of name mangling in C++?
  • C++ Why the void function is not working eventhough I called it?
  • How the pointer and the pointer's adress can share the same memory adress?
  • error C2220: warning treated as error - no 'object' file generated
  • exception of strcpy function in c++ console program
  • How to access USB barcode scanner data directly from USB port using C/C++ without driver
  • Under which circumstances will std::vector.clear() call a destructor?
  • Template partial specialisation and dependent names
  • best way to share data between c codes
  • C++ ignores if statement conditions
  • How to set the argv[ ] to be case-insensitive in a Win32 Console Application?
  • How to fix error "clang: error: linker (via gcc) command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)"?
  • C++ How do I print a .txt file verbatim?
  • Creating two dimensional array of class
  • How do I correctly use COMMTIMEOUTS with OVERLAPPED IO mode reading from a Serial port
  • An assert macro which expands to static_assert when possible?
  • How to write a copyconstructor for a class which has HANDLE as a member in win32 c++ application?
  • C++ saving info such as tree in a file
  • Transforming an expression template tree
  • How to overload an operator with multiple parameters like a + b + c?
  • C++ 11 with Raspberry Pi performances
  • Make a C++ class look like a numpy array using swig
  • Postfix incrementer overloading for nested enumerated types
  • Is there a tidy way of associating metadata with functions in C++
  • QObject::installEventFilter(): Cannot filter events for objects in a different thread
  • LNK2005 error with Zxing C++
  • C++ Doubly Linked List with Pointers: Object of class isn't constructed properly
  • Using a random string generator in c++ constructor
  • What should I use instead of void as one of the alternative types in an variant?
  • C++ return value from multithreads using reference
  • How to connect multiple TCP IP clients to same server port using c++
  • Defaul compiler generates the reference operator (In C++)?
  • Unable to change directory time stamp after using FILE_FLAG_BACKUP_SEMANTICS
  • vector handling displaying output
  • WSAGetLastError returns WSAENOTSOCK - Cause?
  • C++: How to overload pow for user type?
  • C++ using arrays as multidimensional despite initalising it as 1D with pointer
  • How negate std::is_integral for use in tag dispatch?
  • Retrieve serial number from USB memory (Windows environment c++)
  • g++ error: invalid preprocessing directive #INCLUDE
  • C++ What is the std::for_each() function parameter type?
  • C++: Read individual lines from text file, sort words alphabetically
  • Saving 'this' address into a variable
  • c++ command line arguments in ubuntu terminal
  • Convert "Cartesian coordinates" to "polar coordinates with respect to user specified origin"
  • In what order are local scoped objects destructed?
  • How to use SDL_MapRGB with SDL 2.0
  • how compiler and interpreter work in case of array declaration
  • GSL integration behaves strange
  • Cropping an image with OpenCV and C
  • Find the last line in text file and select the first 10 char and print to a new file?
  • Created many CCSprits but when triggering ccTouchBegan gives the last one allways
  • seekp and seekg don't work with fstream
  • Taking input in Sublime Text 3
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © ourworld-yourmove.org