Why doesn't this loop stop?

Why doesn't this loop stop?

By : Simon Sun
Date : November 22 2020, 10:48 AM
Hope that helps The looping is because your until condition never exits. You are incrementing i when the successive characters match, but at the end of the loop you are resetting i to 1.
If you edit this section and add this line:
code :
until array == []
  puts i  # new line
"xxxyyyzzz".scan(/(.)(\1*)/).map{|a,b| a+b }
=> ["xxx", "yyy", "zzz"]

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How to stop a thread whose run() doesnt have a loop

How to stop a thread whose run() doesnt have a loop

By : Smartroll TCC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue You can't fix a bug other than by actually fixing the bug. If a thread has a bug, the bug has to be fixed or it will contaminate the process context.
See this answer for just one of the reasons it's not safe to reach into a thread from the outside and release its locks. Also, the link in dst's comment is very helpful.
clearInterval doesnt stop loop

clearInterval doesnt stop loop

By : Luis Cabj
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I suspect the problem might be that the code you don't show calls the startProgressTimer() method more than once for the same instance of whatever object it belongs to, and then within the method you store the interval id in an instance property this.eventProgressTimerId - so multiple calls overwrite the property and you'd only be able to cancel the last one.
If that's the case, a simple fix is to declare your eventProgressTimerId as a local variable within startProgressTimer().
while loop doesnt stop at a function c

while loop doesnt stop at a function c

By : blackhat
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue It's because scanf() left the '\n' in the input buffer and when you call the function again it simple returns as if the user pressed '\n', you might do this
code :
int chr;
while (((chr = getchar()) != EOF) && (chr != '\n'));
For loop that doesnt stop

For loop that doesnt stop

By : AvgJoe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times If they don't get it right, you need to get a new guess from the user:
code :
# user guesses the number. Returns Yes or try again.
import random

# Instruct user to guess a number.
number = int(input("Guess a number, see if you're right."))

rn = random.randint(1,10)

while number != rn:  # User number is not equal to rn then continue.
    print("Sorry. Try again.")

    if number < rn:  # tells player that the number is too low.

    if number > rn:  # Tells the player that the number is too high.

    # Ask for a new number
    number = int(input("Guess another number."))

# Move this to outside the loop
print("Well, you got it. Congrats!")
P5 for loop doesnt stop

P5 for loop doesnt stop

By : Hemant Upreti
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps If I'm reading your code correctly (which is a little hard because it's not properly formatted), then you're redoing the request inside the gotData() function:
code :
var lat = citydata[2];

loadJSON('URL', gotData);

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