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  • What is the difference between String and string in C#

    - by SAMIR BHOGAYTA
    string : ------ The string type represents a sequence of zero or more Unicode characters. string is an alias for String in the .NET Framework. 'string' is the intrinsic C# datatype, and is an alias for the system provided type "System.String". The C# specification states that as a matter of style the keyword ('string') is preferred over the full system type name (System.String, or String). Although string is a reference type, the equality operators (== and !=) are defined to compare the values of string objects, not references. This makes testing for string equality more intuitive. For example: String : ------ A String object is called immutable (read-only) because its value cannot be modified once it has been created. Methods that appear to modify a String object actually return a new String object that contains the modification. If it is necessary to modify the actual contents of a string-like object Difference between string & String : ---------- ------- ------ - ------ the string is usually used for declaration while String is used for accessing static string methods we can use 'string' do declare fields, properties etc that use the predefined type 'string', since the C# specification tells me this is good style. we can use 'String' to use system-defined methods, such as String.Compare etc. They are originally defined on 'System.String', not 'string'. 'string' is just an alias in this case. we can also use 'String' or 'System.Int32' when communicating with other system, especially if they are CLR-compliant. I.e. - if I get data from elsewhere, I'd deserialize it into a System.Int32 rather than an 'int', if the origin by definition was something else than a C# system.

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  • String.Empty in strings, need some explanation if possible :)

    - by Pabuc
    Hello all, 2 days ago, there was a question related to string.LastIndexOf(String.Empty) returning the last index of string. So I thought that; a string can always contain string.empty between characters like: "testing" == "t" + String.Empty + "e" + String.Empty +"sting" + String.Empty; After this, I wanted to test if String.IndexOf(String.Empty) was returning 0 because since String.Empty can be between any char in a string, that would be what I expect it to return and I wasn't wrong. string testString = "testing"; int index = testString.LastIndexOf(string.Empty); // index is 6 index = testString.IndexOf(string.Empty); // index is 0 It actually returned 0. I started to think that if I could split a string with String.Empty, I would get at least 2 string and those would be String.Empty and rest of the string since String.IndexOf(String.Empty) returned 0 and String.LastIndexOf(String.Empty) returned length of the string.. Here is what I coded: string emptyString = string.Empty; char[] emptyStringCharArr = emptyString.ToCharArray(); string myDummyString = "abcdefg"; string[] result = myDummyString.Split(emptyStringCharArr); The problem here is, I can't obviously convert String.Empty to char[] and result in an empty string[]. I would really love to see the result of this operation and the reason behind this. So my questions are: Is there any way to split a string with String.Empty? If it is not possible but in an absolute world which it would be possible, would it return an array full of chars like [0] = "t" [1] = "e" [2] = "s" and so on or would it just return the complete string? Which would make more sense and why? Thank you for your time.

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  • How to get full query string parameters not UrlDecoded

    - by developerit
    Introduction While developing Developer IT’s website, we came across a problem when the user search keywords containing special character like the plus ‘+’ char. We found it while looking for C++ in our search engine. The request parameter output in ASP.NET was “c “. I found it strange that it removed the ‘++’ and replaced it with a space… Analysis After a bit of Googling and Reflection, it turns out that ASP.NET calls UrlDecode on each parameters retreived by the Request(“item”) method. The Request.Params property is affected by this two since it mashes all QueryString, Forms and other collections into a single one. Workaround Finally, I solve the puzzle usign the Request.RawUrl property and parsing it with the same RegEx I use in my url re-writter. The RawUrl not affected by anything. As its name say it, it’s raw. Published on http://www.developerit.com/

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  • Formatting a date string when the string sits inside another string

    - by sf
    Hi, I'm trying to figure out a way to format a date string that sits inside string using javascript. The string can be: "hello there From 2010-03-04 00:00:00.0 to 2010-03-31 00:00:00.0" or "stuff like 2010-03-04 20:00:00.0 and 2010-03-31 00:00:02.0 blah blah" I'd like it to end up like: "stuff like 4 March 2010 and 31 March 2010 blah blah" Does anyone have any idea as to how this could be achieved?

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  • vb.net string concatenation string + function output + string = string + function output and no more

    - by Barfieldmv
    The following output produces a string with no closing xml tag. m_rFlight.Layout = m_rFlight.Layout + "<G3Grid:Spots>" + Me.gvwSpots.LayoutToString() + "</G3Grid:Spots>" This following code works correctly m_rFlight.Layout = m_rFlight.Layout + "<G3Grid:Spots>" + Me.gvwSpots.LayoutToString() m_rFlight.Layout = m_rFlight.Layout + "</G3Grid:Spots>" 'add closing tag What's going on here, what's the reason the first example isnt working and the second is? The gvwSpots.LayoutToString() function returns a string.

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  • Remove accents from String .NET

    - by developerit
    Private Const ACCENT As String = “ÀÁÂÃÄÅàáâãäåÒÓÔÕÖØòóôõöøÈÉÊËèéêëÌÍÎÏìíîïÙÚÛÜùúûüÿÑñÇç” Private Const SANSACCENT As String = “AAAAAAaaaaaaOOOOOOooooooEEEEeeeeIIIIiiiiUUUUuuuuyNnCc” Public Shared Function FormatForUrl(ByVal uriBase As String) As String If String.IsNullOrEmpty(uriBase) Then Return uriBase End If ‘// Declaration de variables Dim chaine As String = uriBase.Trim.Replace(” “, “-”) chaine = chaine.Replace(” “c, “-”c) chaine = chaine.Replace(“–”, “-”) chaine = chaine.Replace(“‘”c, String.Empty) chaine = chaine.Replace(“?”c, String.Empty) chaine = chaine.Replace(“#”c, String.Empty) chaine = chaine.Replace(“:”c, String.Empty) chaine = chaine.Replace(“;”c, String.Empty) ‘// Conversion des chaines en tableaux de caractŠres Dim tableauSansAccent As Char() = SANSACCENT.ToCharArray Dim tableauAccent As Char() = ACCENT.ToCharArray ‘// Pour chaque accent For i As Integer = 0 To ACCENT.Length – 1 ‘ // Remplacement de l’accent par son ‚quivalent sans accent dans la chaŒne de caractŠres chaine = chaine.Replace(tableauAccent(i).ToString(), tableauSansAccent(i).ToString()) Next ‘// Retour du resultat Return chaine End Function

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  • SQL SERVER – Order By Numeric Values Formatted as String

    - by pinaldave
    When I was writing this blog post I had a hard time to come up with the title of the blog post so I did my best to come up with one. Here is the reason why? I wrote a blog post earlier SQL SERVER – Find First Non-Numeric Character from String. One of the questions was that how that blog can be useful in real life scenario. This blog post is the answer to that question. Let us first see a problem. We have a table which has a column containing alphanumeric data. The data always has first as an integer and later part as a string. The business need is to order the data based on the first part of the alphanumeric data which is an integer. Now the problem is that no matter how we use ORDER BY the result is not produced as expected. Let us understand this with example. Prepare a sample data: -- How to find first non numberic character USE tempdb GO CREATE TABLE MyTable (ID INT, Col1 VARCHAR(100)) GO INSERT INTO MyTable (ID, Col1) SELECT 1, '1one' UNION ALL SELECT 2, '11eleven' UNION ALL SELECT 3, '2two' UNION ALL SELECT 4, '22twentytwo' UNION ALL SELECT 5, '111oneeleven' GO -- Select Data SELECT * FROM MyTable GO The above query will give following result set. Now let us use ORDER BY COL1 and observe the result along with Original SELECT. -- Select Data SELECT * FROM MyTable GO -- Select Data SELECT * FROM MyTable ORDER BY Col1 GO The result of the table is not as per expected. We need the result in following format. Here is the good example of how we can use PATINDEX. -- Use of PATINDEX SELECT ID, LEFT(Col1,PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%',Col1)-1) 'Numeric Character', Col1 'Original Character' FROM MyTable ORDER BY LEFT(Col1,PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%',Col1)-1) GO We can use PATINDEX to identify the length of the digit part in the alphanumeric string (Remember: Our string has a first part as an int always. It will not work in any other scenario). Now you can use the LEFT function to extract the INT portion from the alphanumeric string and order the data according to it. You can easily clean up the script by dropping following table. DROP TABLE MyTable GO Here is the complete script so you can easily refer it. -- How to find first non numberic character USE tempdb GO CREATE TABLE MyTable (ID INT, Col1 VARCHAR(100)) GO INSERT INTO MyTable (ID, Col1) SELECT 1, '1one' UNION ALL SELECT 2, '11eleven' UNION ALL SELECT 3, '2two' UNION ALL SELECT 4, '22twentytwo' UNION ALL SELECT 5, '111oneeleven' GO -- Select Data SELECT * FROM MyTable GO -- Select Data SELECT * FROM MyTable ORDER BY Col1 GO -- Use of PATINDEX SELECT ID, Col1 'Original Character' FROM MyTable ORDER BY LEFT(Col1,PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%',Col1)-1) GO DROP TABLE MyTable GO Well, isn’t it an interesting solution. Any suggestion for better solution? Additionally any suggestion for changing the title of this blog post? Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL String, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology

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  • What causes exception in string.concat

    - by Budda
    Here are few classes: public class MyItem : ParamOut { public string Code { get { return _quoteCode; } } public InnerItem[] Skus { get { return _skus; } } public PriceSummary Price { get { return _price; } } public override string ToString() { return string.Concat("Code=", Code, "; SKUs=[", Skus != null ? "{" + string.Join("},{", Array.ConvertAll(Skus, item => item.ToString())) + "}" : "", "]" , "; Price={", Price.ToString(), "}", base.ToString() ); } ... } public abstract class ParamOut { public override string ToString() { return null; } public string ErrorMessage { get; set; } } Here is calling functionality: { MyItem item = new MyItem{ ErrorMessage = "Bla-bla-bla" }; string text = item.ToString(); } I am getting NullReference exception inside of 'ToString()' method (each property of item variable is null). Question: Q1. what overload of string.Concat will be called in this case? I have 9 parameters, so I guess one of the following: public static string Concat(params Object[] args) or public static string Concat(params string[] values) But which of them? Q2. Why exception is generated? Shouldn't 'null' be converted into something like 'null' or "" (empty string)? Thanks a lot!

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  • Using String+string+string vs using string.replace

    - by Madi D.
    A colleague told me that using the following method: string url = "SomeURL"; string ext = "SomeExt"; string sub = "SomeSub"; string subSub = "moreSub"; string Url = @"http://www." + Url [email protected]"/"+ ext [email protected]"/"+ sub + subSub; is not efficenet (takes more resources) and it is preferred to use the following method: string Url = @"http://www.#URL.#EXT/#sub/#subSub"; string url = "SomeURL"; string ext = "SomeExt"; string sub = "SomeSub"; string subSub = "moreSub"; Url.Replace("#URL",url) Url.Replace("#EXT",ext); Url.Replace("#sub",sub); Url.Replace("#subSub",subSub); Is that true? and what is the explanation behind it?

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  • String concatenation: Final string value does not equal to the latest value

    - by Pan Pizza
    I have a simple question about string concatenation. Following is the code. I want to ask why s6 = "abcde" and not "akcde"? I have change the s2 value to "k". Public Class Form1 Public s1 As String = "a" Public s2 As String = "b" Public s3 As String = "c" Public s4 As String = "d" Public s5 As String = "e" Public s6 As String = "" Public s7 As String = "k" Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click s6 = s1 & s2 & s3 & s4 & s5 s2 = s7 MessageBox.Show(s6) 's6 = abcde End Sub End Class

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  • Why isnt this returning the new string?

    - by Evan Kimia
    I have a recursive method that reversed a string (HW assignment, has to be recursive). I did it....but its only returning the value of the string after the first pass. By analyzing the output after each pass i can see it does do its job correctly. heres my code, and the output i get below it: String s = "Hello, I love you wont you tell me your name?"; int k=0; public String reverseThisString(String s) { if(k!=s.length()) { String first =s.substring(0,k)+s.charAt(s.length()-1); String end = ""+s.substring(k, s.length()-1); k++; s=first+end; System.out.println(s); this.reverseThisString(s); } return s; } output: ?Hello, I love you wont you tell me your name

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  • SQL SERVER – Find First Non-Numeric Character from String

    - by pinaldave
    It is fun when you have to deal with simple problems and there are no out of the box solution. I am sure there are many cases when we needed the first non-numeric character from the string but there is no function available to identify that right away. Here is the quick script I wrote down using PATINDEX. The function PATINDEX exists for quite a long time in SQL Server but I hardly see it being used. Well, at least I use it and I am comfortable using it. Here is a simple script which I use when I have to identify first non-numeric character. -- How to find first non numberic character USE tempdb GO CREATE TABLE MyTable (ID INT, Col1 VARCHAR(100)) GO INSERT INTO MyTable (ID, Col1) SELECT 1, '1one' UNION ALL SELECT 2, '11eleven' UNION ALL SELECT 3, '2two' UNION ALL SELECT 4, '22twentytwo' UNION ALL SELECT 5, '111oneeleven' GO -- Use of PATINDEX SELECT PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%',Col1) 'Position of NonNumeric Character', SUBSTRING(Col1,PATINDEX('%[^0-9]%',Col1),1) 'NonNumeric Character', Col1 'Original Character' FROM MyTable GO DROP TABLE MyTable GO Here is the resultset: Where do I use in the real world – well there are lots of examples. In one of the future blog posts I will cover that as well. Meanwhile, do you have any better way to achieve the same. Do share it here. I will write a follow up blog post with due credit to you. Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Function, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL String, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL, Technology

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  • SQL University: Parallelism Week - Part 2, Query Processing

    - by Adam Machanic
    Welcome back for the second part of Parallelism Week here at SQL University . Get your pencils ready, and make sure to raise your hand if you have a question. Last time we covered the necessary background material to help you understand how the SQL Server Operating System schedules its many active threads, and the differences between its behavior and that of the Windows operating system's scheduler. We also discussed some of the variations on the theme of parallel processing. Today we'll take a look...(read more)

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  • Read array dump output and generates the correspondent XML file

    - by Christian
    Hi, The text below is the dump of a multidimensional array, dumped by the var_dump() PHP function. I need a Java function that reads a file with a content like this (attached) and returns it in XML. For a reference, in site http://pear.php.net/package/Var_Dump/ you can find the code (in PHP) that generates dumps in XML, so all neeeded logic is there (I think). I will be waiting for your feedback. Regards, Christian array(1) { ["Processo"]= array(60) { ["Sistema"]= string(6) "E-PROC" ["UF"]= string(2) "RS" ["DataConsulta"]= string(19) "11/05/2010 17:59:17" ["Processo"]= string(20) "50000135320104047100" ["NumRegistJudici"]= string(20) "50000135320104047100" ["IdProcesso"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000001" ["SeqProcesso"]= string(1) "1" ["Autuado"]= string(19) "08/01/2010 12:04:47" ["StatusProcesso"]= string(1) "M" ["ComSituacaoProcesso"]= string(2) "00" ["Situacao"]= string(9) "MOVIMENTO" ["IdClasseJudicial"]= string(10) "0000000112" ["DesClasse"]= string(18) "INQUÉRITO POLICIAL" ["CodClasse"]= string(6) "000120" ["SigClasse"]= string(3) "INQ" ["DesTipoInquerito"]= string(0) "" ["CodCompetencia"]= string(2) "21" ["IdLocalidadeJudicial"]= string(4) "7150" ["ClasseSigAutor"]= string(5) "AUTOR" ["ClasseDesAutor"]= string(5) "AUTOR" ["ClasseSigReu"]= string(7) "INDICDO" ["ClasseDesReu"]= string(9) "INDICIADO" ["ClasseCodReu"]= string(2) "64" ["TipoAcao"]= string(8) "Criminal" ["TipoProcessoJudicial"]= string(1) "2" ["CodAssuntoPrincipal"]= string(6) "051801" ["CodLocalidadeJudicial"]= string(2) "00" ["IdAssuntoPrincipal"]= string(4) "1504" ["IdLocalizadorOrgaoPrincipal"]= string(30) "711264420823128430420000000001" ["ChaveConsulta"]= string(12) "513009403710" ["NumAdministrativo"]= NULL ["Magistrado"]= string(28) "RICARDO HUMBERTO SILVA BORNE" ["IdOrgaoJuizo"]= string(9) "710000085" ["IdOrgaoJuizoOriginario"]= string(9) "710000085" ["DesOrgaoJuizo"]= string(45) "JUÍZO FED. DA 02A VF CRIMINAL DE PORTO ALEGRE" ["SigOrgaoJuizo"]= string(10) "RSPOACR02F" ["CodOrgaoJuizo"]= string(9) "RS0000085" ["IdOrgaoSecretaria"]= string(9) "710000084" ["DesOrgaoSecretaria"]= string(31) "02a VF CRIMINAL DE PORTO ALEGRE" ["SigOrgaoSecretaria"]= string(9) "RSPOACR02" ["CodOrgaoSecretaria"]= string(9) "RS0000084" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" ["Localizador"]= string(25) "EM TRÂMITE ENTRE PF E MPF" ["TotalCda"]= int(0) ["DesIpl"]= string(8) "012/2010" ["Assunto"]= array(1) { [0]= array(4) { ["IdAssuntoJudicial"]= string(4) "1504" ["SeqAssunto"]= string(1) "1" ["CodAssunto"]= string(6) "051801" ["DesAssunto"]= string(84) "Moeda Falsa / Assimilados (arts. 289 e parágrafos e 290), Crimes contra a Fé Pública" } } ["ParteAutor"]= array(1) { [0]= array(12) { ["IdPessoa"]= string(30) "771230778800100040000000000508" ["TipoPessoa"]= string(3) "ENT" ["Nome"]= string(15) "POLÍCIA FEDERAL" ["Identificacao"]= string(14) "79621439000191" ["SinPartePrincipal"]= string(1) "S" ["IdProcessoParte"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000002" ["IdProcessoParteAtributo"]= NULL ["IdRepresentacao"]= NULL ["TipoRepresentacao"]= NULL ["AtributosProcessoParte"]= NULL ["Relacao"]= NULL ["Procurador"]= array(6) { [0]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(25) "SOLON RAMOS CARDOSO FILHO" ["Sigla"]= string(13) "cor-sr-dpf-rs" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262893271855450420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "CPF" } [1]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(18) "LUCIANA IOP CECHIN" ["Sigla"]= string(11) "luciana.lic" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262946806708880420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "CPF" } [2]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(31) "ALEXANDRE DA SILVEIRA ISBARROLA" ["Sigla"]= string(15) "drcor-sr-dpf-rs" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262949451860560420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "CPF" } [3]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(24) "JUCÉLIA TERESINHA PISONI" ["Sigla"]= string(11) "jucelia.jtp" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262950492275450420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "CPF" } [4]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(32) "MARCOS ANTONIO SIQUEIRA PICININI" ["Sigla"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "APF" } [5]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(20) "PRISCILLA BURLACENKO" ["Sigla"]= string(12) "priscilla.pb" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711262955631630740420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(3) "DPF" } } } } ["ParteReu"]= array(1) { [0]= array(11) { ["IdPessoa"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000001" ["TipoPessoa"]= string(2) "PF" ["Nome"]= string(8) "A APURAR" ["Identificacao"]= NULL ["SinPartePrincipal"]= string(1) "S" ["IdProcessoParte"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000001" ["IdProcessoParteAtributo"]= NULL ["IdRepresentacao"]= NULL ["TipoRepresentacao"]= NULL ["AtributosProcessoParte"]= NULL ["Relacao"]= NULL } } ["OutraParte"]= array(1) { [0]= array(10) { ["Nome"]= string(26) "MINISTÉRIO PÚBLICO FEDERAL" ["CodTipoParte"]= string(3) "114" ["DesTipoParte"]= string(3) "MPF" ["SinPolo"]= string(1) "N" ["Identificacao"]= string(13) "3636198000192" ["SinPartePrincipal"]= string(1) "N" ["IdProcessoParte"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000003" ["IdPessoa"]= string(30) "771230778800100040000000000217" ["TipoPessoa"]= string(3) "ENT" ["Procurador"]= array(1) { [0]= array(4) { ["Nome"]= string(25) "MARIA VALESCA DE MESQUITA" ["IdUsuarioProcurador"]= string(30) "711265220162198740420000000001" ["TipoUsuario"]= string(1) "P" ["Sigla"]= string(5) "pr528" } } } } ["DadoComplementar"]= array(6) { [0]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(21) "Antecipação de Tutela" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(13) "Não Requerida" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "1" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000003" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "4" } [1]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(16) "Justiça Gratuita" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(13) "Não Requerida" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "4" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000001" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "3" } [2]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(15) "Petição Urgente" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(3) "Não" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "5" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000004" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "2" } [3]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(22) "Prioridade Atendimento" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(3) "Não" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "2" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000006" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "2" } [4]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(9) "Réu Preso" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(3) "Não" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "6" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000002" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "2" } [5]= array(5) { ["DesDadoComplem"]= string(24) "Vista Ministério Público" ["ValorDadoComplem"]= string(3) "Sim" ["IdDadoComplementar"]= string(1) "3" ["NumIdProcessoDadoComplem"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000005" ["IdDadoComplementarValor"]= string(1) "1" } } ["SemPrazoAbrir"]= bool(true) ["Evento"]= array(8) { [0]= array(18) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711269271039215440420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(3) "166" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "8" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "22/03/2010 12:19:16" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "S" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= string(7) "90 DIAS" ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(37) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA - 90 DIAS" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(7) "ap18785" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711263330517182580420000000001" ["DesPeticao"]= string(25) "DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO DEFERIDA" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(75) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA - 90 DIAS - DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO DEFERIDA - 90 DIAS" } [1]= array(18) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711269032501923580420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(3) "166" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "7" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "19/03/2010 18:04:59" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "S" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= string(7) "90 DIAS" ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(37) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA - 90 DIAS" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(5) "pr700" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262976146980920420000000002" ["DesPeticao"]= string(25) "DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO DEFERIDA" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(75) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA - 90 DIAS - DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO DEFERIDA - 90 DIAS" } [2]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711268077089625240420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(3) "165" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "6" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "08/03/2010 16:55:48" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "N" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["Documento"]= array(2) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711268077089625240420000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "CERT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [1]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711268077089625240420000000002" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "2" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "DESP" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(26) "PEDIDO DE DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(26) "PEDIDO DE DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO" } [3]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711267732906972600420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(2) "52" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "5" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "04/03/2010 17:20:29" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "N" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(5) "pr700" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262976146980920420000000002" ["Documento"]= array(1) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262976146980920420000000002" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711267732906972600420000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "PET" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" } [4]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711265889365256290420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(3) "165" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "11/02/2010 09:59:04" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "N" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["Documento"]= array(2) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711265222866995860420000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "PORT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [1]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711265222866995860420000000002" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "2" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(26) "PEDIDO DE DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(26) "PEDIDO DE DILAÇÃO DE PRAZO" } [5]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711263991150788270420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(2) "52" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "3" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "20/01/2010 10:50:05" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "N" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["Documento"]= array(4) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263991150788270420000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "DECL" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [1]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263991150788270420000000002" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "2" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "DECL" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [2]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263991150788270420000000003" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "3" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "DECL" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [3]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263991150788270420000000004" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "4" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "DECL" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" } [6]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711263955058688620420000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "228" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= string(2) "52" ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "2" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "20/01/2010 00:40:39" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= string(1) "N" ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "4" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["CodEvento"]= string(10) "0000000852" ["DesEvento"]= string(27) "PETIÇÃO PROTOCOLADA JUNTADA" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["Documento"]= array(6) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [1]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000002" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "2" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [2]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000003" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "3" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [3]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000004" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "4" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [4]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000005" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "5" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [5]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711263229632249660420000000006" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "6" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(7) "PETIÇÃO" } [7]= array(19) { ["IdProcessoEvento"]= string(30) "711262958983115560390000000001" ["IdEvento"]= string(3) "430" ["IdTipoPeticaoJudicial"]= NULL ["SeqEvento"]= string(1) "1" ["DataHora"]= string(19) "08/01/2010 12:04:47" ["SinExibeDesEvento"]= NULL ["SinUsuarioInterno"]= string(1) "N" ["IdGrupoEvento"]= string(1) "0" ["SinVisualizaDocumentoExterno"]= string(1) "N" ["Complemento"]= NULL ["DesEventoSemComplemento"]= string(56) "Distribuição/Atribuição Ordinária por sorteio eletrônico" ["CodEvento"]= string(6) "030101" ["DesEvento"]= string(56) "Distribuição/Atribuição Ordinária por sorteio eletrônico" ["DesAlternativaEvento"]= NULL ["Usuario"]= string(13) "picinini.masp" ["idUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["Documento"]= array(4) { [0]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711262956008922510390000000001" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "1" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "PORT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [1]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711262956008922510390000000002" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "2" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(4) "OFIC" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [2]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711262956008922510390000000003" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "3" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } [3]= array(6) { ["IdUsuario"]= string(30) "711262951173995330420000000001" ["IdDocumento"]= string(30) "711262956008922510390000000004" ["SeqDocumento"]= string(1) "4" ["SigTipoDocumento"]= string(3) "OUT" ["IdSigilo"]= string(1) "0" ["DesSigilo"]= string(10) "Sem Sigilo" } } ["DesPeticao"]= string(56) "Distribuição/Atribuição Ordinária por sorteio eletrônico" ["DescricaoCompleta"]= string(56) "Distribuição/Atribuição Ordinária por sorteio eletrônico" } } ["ValCausa"]= string(4) "0.00" ["OrgaoJul"]= string(45) "JUÍZO FED. DA 02A VF CRIMINAL DE PORTO ALEGRE" ["CodOrgaoJul"]= string(9) "RS0000085" ["OrgaoColegiado"]= NULL ["CodOrgaoColegiado"]= NULL ["CodOrgaoColegiadoSecretaria"]= NULL } }

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  • Complex query making site extremely slow

    - by Basit
    select SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS DISTINCT media.*, username from album as album, album_permission as permission, user as user, media as media , word_tag as word_tag, tag as tag where ((media.album_id = album.album_id and album.private = 'yes' and album.album_id = permission.album_id and (permission.email = '' or permission.user_id = '') ) or (media.album_id = album.album_id and album.private = 'no' ) or media.album_id = '0' ) and media.status = '1' and media.user_id = user.user_id and word_tag.media_id = media.media_id and word_tag.tag_id = tag.tag_id and tag.name in ('justin','bieber','malfunction','katherine','heigl','wardrobe','cinetube') and media.media_type = 'video' and media.media_id not in ('YHL6a5z8MV4') group by media.media_id order by RAND() #there is limit too, by 20 rows.. i dont know where to begin explaining about this query, but please forgive me and ask me if you have any question. following is the explanation. SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS is calculating how many rows are there and will be using for pagination, so it counts total records, even tho only 20 is showing. DISTINCT will stop the repeated row to display. username is from user table. album, album_permission. its checking if album is private and if it is, then check if user has permission, by user_id. i think rest is easy to understand, but if you need to know more about it, then please ask. im really frustrated by this query and site is very slow or not opening sometimes cause of this query. please help

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  • String Manipultation - Get String between two other Strings?

    - by Ben
    I have a large piece of text in which there is something simular to this: !#_KT_#!COMMANDHERE!#_KT_#! I want, in VB.Net, to get the 'COMMANDHERE' part of the string, how would I go about doing this? I have this so far: Dim temp As String = WebBrowser1.Document.Body.ToString Dim startIndex As Integer = temp.IndexOf("!#__KT__#!") + 1 Dim endIndex As Integer = temp.IndexOf("!#__KT__#!", startIndex) Dim extraction As String = temp.Substring(startIndex, endIndex - startIndex).Trim TextBox1.Text = extraction However this only removes the LAST string eg: #_KT_#! COMMAND. Any help is appreciated!

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  • SQL SERVER – SSMS Automatically Generates TOP (100) PERCENT in Query Designer

    - by pinaldave
    Earlier this week, I was surfing various SQL forums to see what kind of help developer need in the SQL Server world. One of the question indeed caught my attention. I am here regenerating complete question as well scenario to illustrate the point in a precise manner. Additionally, I have added added second part of the question to give completeness. Question: I am trying to create a view in Query Designer (not in the New Query Window). Every time I am trying to create a view it always adds  TOP (100) PERCENT automatically on the T-SQL script. No matter what I do, it always automatically adds the TOP (100) PERCENT to the script. I have attempted to copy paste from notepad, build a query and a few other things – there is no success. I am really not sure what I am doing wrong with Query Designer. Here is my query script: (I use AdventureWorks as a sample database) SELECT Person.Address.AddressID FROM Person.Address INNER JOIN Person.AddressType ON Person.Address.AddressID = Person.AddressType.AddressTypeID ORDER BY Person.Address.AddressID This script automatically replaces by following query: SELECT TOP (100) PERCENT Person.Address.AddressID FROM Person.Address INNER JOIN Person.AddressType ON Person.Address.AddressID = Person.AddressType.AddressTypeID ORDER BY Person.Address.AddressID However, when I try to do the same from New Query Window it works totally fine. However, when I attempt to create a view of the same query it gives following error. Msg 1033, Level 15, State 1, Procedure myView, Line 6 The ORDER BY clause is invalid in views, inline functions, derived tables, subqueries, and common table expressions, unless TOP, OFFSET or FOR XML is also specified. It is pretty clear to me now that the script which I have written seems to need TOP (100) PERCENT, so Query . Why do I need it? Is there any work around to this issue. I particularly find this question pretty interesting as it really touches the fundamentals of the T-SQL query writing. Please note that the query which is automatically changed is not in New Query Editor but opened from SSMS using following way. Database >> Views >> Right Click >> New View (see the image below) Answer: The answer to the above question can be very long but I will keep it simple and to the point. There are three things to discuss in above script 1) Reason for Error 2) Reason for Auto generates TOP (100) PERCENT and 3) Potential solutions to the above error. Let us quickly see them in detail. 1) Reason for Error The reason for error is already given in the error. ORDER BY is invalid in the views and a few other objects. One has to use TOP or other keywords along with it. The way semantics of the query works where optimizer only follows(honors) the ORDER BY in the same scope or the same SELECT/UPDATE/DELETE statement. There is a possibility that one can order after the scope of the view again the efforts spend to order view will be wasted. The final resultset of the query always follows the final ORDER BY or outer query’s order and due to the same reason optimizer follows the final order of the query and not of the views (as view will be used in another query for further processing e.g. in SELECT statement). Due to same reason ORDER BY is now allowed in the view. For further accuracy and clear guidance I suggest you read this blog post by Query Optimizer Team. They have explained it very clear manner the same subject. 2) Reason for Auto Generated TOP (100) PERCENT One of the most popular workaround to above error is to use TOP (100) PERCENT in the view. Now TOP (100) PERCENT allows user to use ORDER BY in the query and allows user to overcome above error which we discussed. This gives the impression to the user that they have resolved the error and successfully able to use ORDER BY in the View. Well, this is incorrect as well. The way this works is when TOP (100) PERCENT is used the result is not guaranteed as well it is ignored in our the query where the view is used. Here is the blog post on this subject: Interesting Observation – TOP 100 PERCENT and ORDER BY. Now when you create a new view in the SSMS and build a query with ORDER BY to avoid the error automatically it adds the TOP 100 PERCENT. Here is the connect item for the same issue. I am sure there will be more connect items as well but I could not find them. 3) Potential Solutions If you are reading this post from the beginning in that case, it is clear by now that ORDER BY should not be used in the View as it does not serve any purpose unless there is a specific need of it. If you are going to use TOP 100 PERCENT with ORDER BY there is absolutely no need of using ORDER BY rather avoid using it all together. Here is another blog post of mine which describes the same subject ORDER BY Does Not Work – Limitation of the Views Part 1. It is valid to use ORDER BY in a view if there is a clear business need of using TOP with any other percentage lower than 100 (for example TOP 10 PERCENT or TOP 50 PERCENT etc). In most of the cases ORDER BY is not needed in the view and it should be used in the most outer query for present result in desired order. User can remove TOP 100 PERCENT and ORDER BY from the view before using the view in any query or procedure. In the most outer query there should be ORDER BY as per the business need. I think this sums up the concept in a few words. This is a very long topic and not easy to illustrate in one single blog post. I welcome your comments and suggestions. Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com) Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Server Management Studio, SQL Tips and Tricks, SQL View, T SQL, Technology

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  • C - check if string is a substring of another string

    - by user69514
    I need to write a program that takes two strings as arguments and check if the second one is a substring of the first one. I need to do it without using any special library functions. I created this implementation, but I think it's always returning true as long as there is one letter that's the same in both strings. Can you help me out here. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong: #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int my_strstr( char const *s, char const *sub ) { char const *ret = sub; int r = 0; while ( ret = strchr( ret, *sub ) ) { if ( strcmp( ++ret, sub+1 ) == 0 ){ r = 1; } else{ r = 0; } } return r; } int main(int argc, char **argv){ if (argc != 3) { printf ("Usage: check <string one> <string two>\n"); } int result = my_strstr(argv[1], argv[2]); if(result == 1){ printf("%s is a substring of %s\n", argv[2], argv[1]); } else{ printf("%s is not a substring of %s\n", argv[2], argv[1]); } return 0; }

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  • How to optimize this MySQL query

    - by James Simpson
    This query was working fine when the database was small, but now that there are millions of rows in the database, I am realizing I should have looked at optimizing this earlier. It is looking at over 600,000 rows and is Using where; Using temporary; Using filesort (which leads to an execution time of 5-10 seconds). It is using an index on the field 'battle_type.' SELECT username, SUM( outcome ) AS wins, COUNT( * ) - SUM( outcome ) AS losses FROM tblBattleHistory WHERE battle_type = '0' && outcome < '2' GROUP BY username ORDER BY wins DESC , losses ASC , username ASC LIMIT 0 , 50

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  • PHP string manipulation, inside the string

    - by James
    I have string: ABCDEFGHIJK And I have two arrays of positions in that string that I want to insert different things to. Array ( [0] => 0 [1] => 5 ) Array ( [0] => 7 [1] => 9 ) Which if I decided to add the # character and the = character, it'd produce: #ABCDE=FG#HI=JK Is there any way I can do this without a complicated set of substr? Also, # and = need to be variables that can be of any length, not just one character.

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  • C string question

    - by user208454
    I am writing a simple c program which reverses a string, taking the string from argv[1]. Here is the code: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> char* flip_string(char *string){ int i = strlen(string); int j = 0; // Doesn't really matter all I wanted was the same size string for temp. char* temp = string; puts("This is the original string"); puts(string); puts("This is the \"temp\" string"); puts(temp); for(i; i>=0; i--){ temp[j] = string[i] if (j <= strlen(string)) { j++; } } return(temp); } int main(int argc, char *argv[]){ puts(flip_string(argv[1])); printf("This is the end of the program\n"); } That's basically it, the program compiles and everything but does not return the temp string in the end (just blank space). In the beginning it prints temp fine when its equal to string. Furthermore if I do a character by character printf of temp in the for loop the correct temp string in printed i.e. string - reversed. just when I try to print it to standard out (after the for loop/ or in the main) nothing happens only blank space is printed.

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  • Segfault when iterating over a map<string, string> and drawing its contents using SDL_TTF

    - by Michael Stahre
    I'm not entirely sure this question belongs on gamedev.stackexchange, but I'm technically working on a game and working with SDL, so it might not be entirely offtopic. I've written a class called DebugText. The point of the class is to have a nice way of printing values of variables to the game screen. The idea is to call SetDebugText() with the variables in question every time they change or, as is currently the case, every time the game's Update() is called. The issue is that when iterating over the map that contains my variables and their latest updated values, I get segfaults. See the comments in DrawDebugText() below, it specifies where the error happens. I've tried splitting the calls to it-first and it-second into separate lines and found that the problem doesn't always happen when calling it-first. It alters between it-first and it-second. I can't find a pattern. It doesn't fail on every call to DrawDebugText() either. It might fail on the third time DrawDebugText() is called, or it might fail on the fourth. Class header: #ifndef CLIENT_DEBUGTEXT_H #define CLIENT_DEBUGTEXT_H #include <Map> #include <Math.h> #include <sstream> #include <SDL.h> #include <SDL_ttf.h> #include "vector2.h" using std::string; using std::stringstream; using std::map; using std::pair; using game::Vector2; namespace game { class DebugText { private: TTF_Font* debug_text_font; map<string, string>* debug_text_list; public: void SetDebugText(string var, bool value); void SetDebugText(string var, float value); void SetDebugText(string var, int value); void SetDebugText(string var, Vector2 value); void SetDebugText(string var, string value); int DrawDebugText(SDL_Surface*, SDL_Rect*); void InitDebugText(); void Clear(); }; } #endif Class source file: #include "debugtext.h" namespace game { // Copypasta function for handling the toString conversion template <class T> inline string to_string (const T& t) { stringstream ss (stringstream::in | stringstream::out); ss << t; return ss.str(); } // Initializes SDL_TTF and sets its font void DebugText::InitDebugText() { if(TTF_WasInit()) TTF_Quit(); TTF_Init(); debug_text_font = TTF_OpenFont("LiberationSans-Regular.ttf", 16); TTF_SetFontStyle(debug_text_font, TTF_STYLE_NORMAL); } // Iterates over the current debug_text_list and draws every element on the screen. // After drawing with SDL you need to get a rect specifying the area on the screen that was changed and tell SDL that this part of the screen needs to be updated. this is done in the game's Draw() function // This function sets rects_to_update to the new list of rects provided by all of the surfaces and returns the number of rects in the list. These two parameters are used in Draw() when calling on SDL_UpdateRects(), which takes an SDL_Rect* and a list length int DebugText::DrawDebugText(SDL_Surface* screen, SDL_Rect* rects_to_update) { if(debug_text_list == NULL) return 0; if(!TTF_WasInit()) InitDebugText(); rects_to_update = NULL; // Specifying the font color SDL_Color font_color = {0xff, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00}; // r, g, b, unused int row_count = 0; string line; // The iterator variable map<string, string>::iterator it; // Gets the iterator and iterates over it for(it = debug_text_list->begin(); it != debug_text_list->end(); it++) { // Takes the first value (the name of the variable) and the second value (the value of the parameter in string form) //---------THIS LINE GIVES ME SEGFAULTS----- line = it->first + ": " + it->second; //------------------------------------------ // Creates a surface with the text on it that in turn can be rendered to the screen itself later SDL_Surface* debug_surface = TTF_RenderText_Solid(debug_text_font, line.c_str(), font_color); if(debug_surface == NULL) { // A standard check for errors fprintf(stderr, "Error: %s", TTF_GetError()); return NULL; } else { // If SDL_TTF did its job right, then we now set a destination rect row_count++; SDL_Rect dstrect = {5, 5, 0, 0}; // x, y, w, h dstrect.x = 20; dstrect.y = 20*row_count; // Draws the surface with the text on it to the screen int res = SDL_BlitSurface(debug_surface,NULL,screen,&dstrect); if(res != 0) { //Just an error check fprintf(stderr, "Error: %s", SDL_GetError()); return NULL; } // Creates a new rect to specify the area that needs to be updated with SDL_Rect* new_rect_to_update = (SDL_Rect*) malloc(sizeof(SDL_Rect)); new_rect_to_update->h = debug_surface->h; new_rect_to_update->w = debug_surface->w; new_rect_to_update->x = dstrect.x; new_rect_to_update->y = dstrect.y; // Just freeing the surface since it isn't necessary anymore SDL_FreeSurface(debug_surface); // Creates a new list of rects with room for the new rect SDL_Rect* newtemp = (SDL_Rect*) malloc(row_count*sizeof(SDL_Rect)); // Copies the data from the old list of rects to the new one memcpy(newtemp, rects_to_update, (row_count-1)*sizeof(SDL_Rect)); // Adds the new rect to the new list newtemp[row_count-1] = *new_rect_to_update; // Frees the memory used by the old list free(rects_to_update); // And finally redirects the pointer to the old list to the new list rects_to_update = newtemp; newtemp = NULL; } } // When the entire map has been iterated over, return the number of lines that were drawn, ie. the number of rects in the returned rect list return row_count; } // The SetDebugText used by all the SetDebugText overloads // Takes two strings, inserts them into the map as a pair void DebugText::SetDebugText(string var, string value) { if (debug_text_list == NULL) { debug_text_list = new map<string, string>(); } debug_text_list->erase(var); debug_text_list->insert(pair<string, string>(var, value)); } // Writes the bool to a string and calls SetDebugText(string, string) void DebugText::SetDebugText(string var, bool value) { string result; if (value) result = "True"; else result = "False"; SetDebugText(var, result); } // Does the same thing, but uses to_string() to convert the float void DebugText::SetDebugText(string var, float value) { SetDebugText(var, to_string(value)); } // Same as above, but int void DebugText::SetDebugText(string var, int value) { SetDebugText(var, to_string(value)); } // Vector2 is a struct of my own making. It contains the two float vars x and y void DebugText::SetDebugText(string var, Vector2 value) { SetDebugText(var + ".x", to_string(value.x)); SetDebugText(var + ".y", to_string(value.y)); } // Empties the list. I don't actually use this in my code. Shame on me for writing something I don't use. void DebugText::Clear() { if(debug_text_list != NULL) debug_text_list->clear(); } }

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  • C# adding string elements of 4 different string arrays with each other

    - by new_coder
    Hello. I need an advice about how to create new string array from 4 different string arrays: We have 4 string arrays: string[] arr1 = new string [] {"a1","a2","a3"..., "a30"}; string[] arr2 = new string [] {"d10","d11","d12","d13","d14","d15"}; string[] arr3 = new string [] {"f1","f2","f3"...,"f20"}; string[] arr4 = new string [] {"s10","s11","s12","s13","s14"}; We need to add all string elements of all 4 arrays with each other like this: a1+d10+f1+s10 a2+d10+f1+s10 ... a1+d11+f1+s10 a2+d11+f1+s10 ... a30+d15+f20+s14 I mean all combinations in that order : arr1_element, arr2_element, arr3_element, arr4_element So the result array would be like that: string[] arr5 = new string [] {"a1d10f1s10","a2d10f1s10 "....}; Any help would be good Thank you

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