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Why is this not assigning the correct value?


Why is this not assigning the correct value?

By : user2955796
Date : November 22 2020, 10:48 AM
With these it helps You need to declare the biggest as a global using global statement (especially when there's an assignment to the variable). Otherwise, it is treated as a local variable.
code :
cache = {}
biggest = 1

def fib(n):
    global biggest  # <-----
    ....


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Assigning the correct ID to a form?

Assigning the correct ID to a form?


By : Jake
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Your code is a bit confusing because you are using the variable poll for questions and choices. It would be better to use question and choice instead.
You should check that both forms are valid before you start saving, otherwise you can end up with a question without a choice if the question form is valid but the choice form is invalid.
code :
if Qform.is_valid() and Cform.is_valid():
    question = Qform.save(commit=False)
    question.author = request.user
    question.pub_date = timezone.now()
    question.save()
    choice = Cform.save(commit=False)
    choice.author = request.user
    choice.question = question
    choice.save()
    return redirect('polls:detail', pk=question.pk)
Correct way of assigning to the innerHTML

Correct way of assigning to the innerHTML


By : Réczi Sándor János
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Why does this line of code work?
code :
var elem = document.getElementById("button");
elem.firstChild.innerHTML = "Enable";
var elem = document.getElementById("button").firstChild.innerHTML;
elem = "Enable";
document.getElementById("button").firstChild.innerHTML = "Enable";
Why this assignment is correct while it looks like assigning an int to int*?

Why this assignment is correct while it looks like assigning an int to int*?


By : user3419212
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps x is of type pointer to int and y is of type array of 100 pointers to int.
Then, x[0] is of type int& (reference to int) and y[0] is of type int*& (reference to pointer to int).
Is this a correct example of assigning by reference?

Is this a correct example of assigning by reference?


By : RhodesiaX Lo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Yes, although the extra braces in the final .cpp file are unnecessary and are not helpful to the reader so you should probably not bother
eg.
Assigning a correct value with an id

Assigning a correct value with an id


By : kshubham.mnit
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Changing your HTML a bit to accommodate data-attributes
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