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  • Java Enum List from Class

    - by DD
    How do I go from a Class object to a list of enums generically? i.e. public static <T extends Enum> List<T> getList(Class<T> clazz) I cant find a way to get to the values() method

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  • How do you pronounce "Enum"?

    - by Davy8
    In the spirit of this question how do you pronounce Enum? Tagging as subjective and community wiki obviously. I've heard E-Nuhm and E-Nnoom any others? Edit: Looks like we have a winner. Thought it'd be a closer race since most of the people at my work use the 2nd one.

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  • how to use JComboBox using Enum in Dialog Box

    - by Edan
    Hi, I define enums: enum itemType {First, Second, Third}; public class Item { private itemType enmItemType; ... } How do I use it inside Dialog box using JComboBox? Means, inside the dialog box, the user will have combo box with (First, Second, Third). Also, is it better to use some sort of ID to each numerator? (Integer) thanks.

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  • problem using enum in another cpp file

    - by Faisal Arshad
    Hi i a have created a global.h file in which i define enum Token I get the garbage value of token if i use the value of Token other than glabal.cpp file i have also include the "global.h" file in other file where i am using the Token value how can i correct this problem.

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  • Binding Enum[] to ListBox

    - by Polaris
    Hello. I have next enumeration Enum rcCategory { Incoming, Internal, Outgoing } and I have property "categories" in my class which has rcCategory[] type. I would like to bind this property to the listBox. I use next code for this MyListBox.SetBinding (ListBox.ItemsSource, new Binding {Source= myClass.categories}); But this code doesnt work as expected. How Can I do this. My listBox always is empty but source property has value

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  • g++ compiler complains about conversions between related types (from int to enum, from void* to clas

    - by Slav
    g++ compiler complains about conversions between related types (from int to enum, from void* to class*, from const char* to unsigned char*, etc.). Compiler handles such convertions as errors and won't compile furthermore. It occurs only when I compile using Dev-C++ IDE, but when I compile the same code (using the compiler which Dev-C++ uses) such errors (even warnings) do not appears. How to mute errors of such types?

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  • g++ compiler complains about conversions between relative types (from int to enum, from void* to cla

    - by Slav
    g++ compiler complains about conversions between relative types (from int to enum, from void* to class*, from const char* to unsigned char*, etc.). Compiler handles such convertions as errors and won't compile furthermore. It occurs only when I compile using Dev-C++ IDE, but when I compile the same code (using the compiler which Dev-C++ uses) such errors (even warnings) do not appears. How to mute errors of such types?

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  • Keep getting error class, interface, or enum expected

    - by user1746605
    I can't see the problem with this short class. I get 8 class, interface, or enum expected errors. Thanks public class BankAccount { public BankAccount { private double balance = 0; } public BankAccount(double balanceIn) { private double balance = balanceIn; } public double checkBalance { return balance; } public void deposit(double amount) { if(amount > 0) balance += amount; } public void withdraw(double amount) { if(amount <= balance) balance -= amount; } }

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  • Enums, Constructor overloads with similar conversions.

    - by David Thornley
    Why does VisualC++ (2008) get confused 'C2666: 2 overloads have similar conversions' when I specify an enum as the second parameter, but not when I define a bool type? Shouldn't type matching already rule out the second constructor because it is of a 'basic_string' type? #include <string> using namespace std; enum EMyEnum { mbOne, mbTwo }; class test { public: #if 1 // 0 = COMPILE_OK, 1 = COMPILE_FAIL test(basic_string<char> myString, EMyEnum myBool2) { } test(bool myBool, bool myBool2) { } #else test(basic_string<char> myString, bool myBool2) { } test(bool myBool, bool myBool2) { } #endif }; void testme() { test("test", mbOne); } I can work around this by specifying a reference 'ie. basic_string &myString' but not if it is 'const basic_string &myString'. Also calling explicitly via "test((basic_string)"test", mbOne);" also works. I suspect this has something to do with every expression/type being resolved to a bool via an inherent '!=0'. Curious for comments all the same :)

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  • How should I store an Java Enum in JavaDB?

    - by Jonas
    How should I store an Java Enum in JavaDB? Should I try to map the enums to SMALLINT and keep the values in source code only? The embedded database is only used by a single application. Or should I just store the values as DECIMAL? None of these solutions feels good/robust for me. Is there any better alternatives? Here is my enum: import java.math.BigDecimal; public enum Vat { NORMAL(new BigDecimal("0.25")), FOOD(new BigDecimal("0.12")), BOOKS(new BigDecimal("0.06")), NONE(new BigDecimal("0.00")); private final BigDecimal value; Vat(BigDecimal val) { value = val; } public BigDecimal getValue() { return value; } } I have read other similar questions on this topic, but the problem or solution doesn't match my problem. Enum storage in Database field, Best method to store Enum in Database, Best way to store enum values in database - String or Int

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  • Automapper: Map an Enum to its [Description] attribute

    - by Seth Petry-Johnson
    I have a source object that looks like this: private class SourceObject { public Enum1 EnumProp1 { get; set; } public Enum2 EnumProp2 { get; set; } } The enums are decorated with a custom [Description] attribute that provides a string representation, and I have an extension method .GetDescription() that returns it. How do I map these enum properties using that extension? I'm trying to map to an object like this: private class DestinationObject { public string Enum1Description { get; set; } public string Enum2Description { get; set; } } I think a custom formatter is my best bet, but I can't figure out how to add the formatter and specify which field to map from at the same time.

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  • Fluent NHibernate - Unable to parse integer as enum.

    - by Aaron Smith
    I have a column mapped to an enum with a convention set up to map this as an integer to the database. When I run the code to pull the data from the database I get the error "Can't Parse 4 as Status" public class Provider:Entity<Provider> { public virtual Enums.ProviderStatus Status { get; set; } } public class ProviderMap:ClassMap<Provider> { public ProviderMap() { Map(x => x.Status); } } class EnumConvention:IUserTypeConvention { public void Accept(IAcceptanceCriteria<IPropertyInspector> criteria) { criteria.Expect(x => x.Property.PropertyType.IsEnum); } public void Apply(IPropertyInstance instance) { instance.CustomType(instance.Property.PropertyType); } } Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

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  • What 'best practices' exist for handing enum heirarchies?

    - by FerretallicA
    I'm curious as to any solutions out there for addressing enum heirarchies. I'm working through some docs on Entity Framework 4 and trying to apply it to a simple inventory tracking program. The possible types for inventory to fall into are as follows: INVENTORY ITEM TYPES: Hardware PC Desktop Server Laptop Accessory Input (keyboards, scanners etc) Output (monitors, printers etc) Storage (USB sticks, tape drives etc) Communication (network cards, routers etc) Software What recommendations are there for handling enums in a situation like this? Are enums even the solution? I don't really want to have a ridiculously normalised database for such a relatively simple experiment (eg tables for InventoryType, InventorySubtype, InventoryTypeToSubtype etc). I don't really want to over-complicate my data model with each subtype being inherited even though no additional properties or methods are included (except PC types which would ideally have associated accessories and software but that's probably out of scope here). It feels like there should be a really simple, elegant solution to this but I can't put my finger on it. Any assistance or input appreciated!

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  • Enum value in C++

    - by Sunil
    enum AccessSource { AccessSourceNull = 0x00000001, AccessSourceSec = 0x00000002, AccessSourceIpo = 0x00000004, AccessSourceSSA = 0x00000008, AccessSourceUpgrade = 0x00000010, AccessSourceDelta = 0x00000020, AccessSourcePhoneM = 0x00000040, AccessSourceSoft = 0x00000080, AccessSourceCR = 0x00000100, AccessSourceA = 0x00000200, AccessSourceE = 0x00000400, AccessSourceAll = 0xFFFFFFFF }; What is the value of AccessSourceAll ?? is it -1? or is it maximum value? I have a parameter ULONG x , whose default value is AccessSourceAll(that means access to all). How do i remove the access right of AccessSourceE only? How to add the access right of AccessSourceE again? If i have a particular value in x, then how do i know whether AccessSourceE is set or not?

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