… Student table is '2016-10-18', so any other record after… NEW.EnrolledDate > '2016-10-18' THEN SIGNAL SQLSTATE VALUE '45000… Discussion Thread by Daron_1 in Databases
It seems your trigger working fine ![Screenshot.png](/attachments/large/4/a2fb230d2decde1a99060dcf5e7e093f.png "align-center") Reply by AndrisP
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I've had my hands on what is being described as the 'most secure hard drive ever made' for a while now. Such are the advantages of being a well known reporter on all things security I guess, I get to play ahead of the crowd. As the first journalist to get … Product Review by happygeek in Information Security
… reasons, do it because your 18-year-old nephew just caught… Reply by AssertNull
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… 0 0 DEBUG5: iFields is 18 DEBUG6: iOffset is 0, xrate…is 20 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript…is 29 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
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… 0 0 DEBUG5: iFields is 18 DEBUG6: iOffset is 0, xrate…is 20 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript…is 29 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
> It is the fgets and sscanf that do not seem to be working correctly. Garbage in, garbage out. fgets is reading wrong and the scanf code requires that fgets reads correctly in order to do its job. Looking at the very first line, it appears that … Reply by AssertNull
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… 0 0 DEBUG5: iFields is 18 DEBUG6: iOffset is 0, xrate…is 20 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript…is 29 DEBUG6: iOffset is 18, xrate is 0.000, subscript… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
Be very carefull of naming between various systems. I early on learned to use lower case only in my naming of variables, be carefull with special characters. Sometimes if a file-name uses Upper case or mixed case, one system will read it correctly, but a … Reply by abbott@lantic
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… on me' elif age < 18: school = raw_input ('in wich school… Discussion Thread by kiyo_1 in Software Development
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….99 (76% pa) 4 : 1.18 (67% pa) 5 : 2.59… Discussion Thread by Heather_6 in Software Development
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…. medium ($14.99) c. large ($18.99)') choice = input('Please enter….99 , 'b':14.99 , 'c':18.99} if choice == 'asdf' : print… up, a large pizza. There 18.99 each.") else: print… Discussion Thread by Ace_4 in Software Development
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…. medium ($14.99) c. large ($18.99)') choice = input('Please enter….99 , 'b':14.99 , 'c':18.99} if choice == 'asdf' : print… up, a large pizza. There 18.99 each.") else: print… Discussion Thread by Ace_4 in Software Development
On line 20, why are you multiplying choice (a character) by the input? Looks odd doesn't it? Reply by rproffitt
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…. medium ($14.99) c. large ($18.99)') choice = input('Please enter….99 , 'b':14.99 , 'c':18.99} if choice == 'asdf' : print… up, a large pizza. There 18.99 each.") else: print… Discussion Thread by Ace_4 in Software Development
@rproffitt i did not intend to downvote, your help is welcome, appologies Reply by Ace_4
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…. medium ($14.99) c. large ($18.99)') choice = input('Please enter….99 , 'b':14.99 , 'c':18.99} if choice == 'asdf' : print… up, a large pizza. There 18.99 each.") else: print… Discussion Thread by Ace_4 in Software Development
I see upvote +1 so far. Anyhow, do you see it now? `amount = choice * input('How many would you like?')` might need to be. `amount = input('How many would you like?')` I didn't test this to see if you need to write `amount = int(input('How … Reply by rproffitt
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…. medium ($14.99) c. large ($18.99)') choice = input('Please enter….99 , 'b':14.99 , 'c':18.99} if choice == 'asdf' : print… up, a large pizza. There 18.99 each.") else: print… Discussion Thread by Ace_4 in Software Development
Ace, I think you misunderstand me. I did not test your code. I only pointed out what looks odd or off. If I fix the code, I need your teacher's email address to share that. Reply by rproffitt
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….99 (76% pa) 4 : 1.18 (67% pa) 5 : 2.59… Discussion Thread by Heather_6 in Software Development
Ha ha ..Why I have these kind of questions in my mail box?? I think that main reason to make a course o programming is....to learn programming. Anyway, If you still want to know how to do it, you have all the clues in your other post: 1. "I have … Reply by ignacio.camachoortiz
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…apple.CFNetwork (811.4.18 - 811.4.18) <9CE329E8-6177-3474…- 0x7fffaf43bfff com.apple.Metal (87.18 - 87.18) <5D8B1DD7-84A4-359F…8K 2 MALLOC 45.4M 18 MALLOC guard page 32K … Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
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…apple.CFNetwork (811.4.18 - 811.4.18) <9CE329E8-6177-3474…- 0x7fffaf43bfff com.apple.Metal (87.18 - 87.18) <5D8B1DD7-84A4-359F…8K 2 MALLOC 45.4M 18 MALLOC guard page 32K … Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
Hi Dani, hope you're doing well, try to send the report to studio-feedback@zend.com or to their forums http://forums.zend.com and see if they can help. It seems related to Zend, if it was the system then there would be something about a shared library … Reply by cereal
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…apple.CFNetwork (811.4.18 - 811.4.18) <9CE329E8-6177-3474…- 0x7fffaf43bfff com.apple.Metal (87.18 - 87.18) <5D8B1DD7-84A4-359F…8K 2 MALLOC 45.4M 18 MALLOC guard page 32K … Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
Dani, did you install Zend "out-of-the-box", or did you rebuild it for OSX? I've had to rebuild it in the past for specific versions of Linux. Reply by rubberman
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…apple.CFNetwork (811.4.18 - 811.4.18) <9CE329E8-6177-3474…- 0x7fffaf43bfff com.apple.Metal (87.18 - 87.18) <5D8B1DD7-84A4-359F…8K 2 MALLOC 45.4M 18 MALLOC guard page 32K … Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
I downloaded the .dmg file for OS X, dragged and dropped the application into the Applications folder, and then attempted to open the application. It just kept resulting in that error message. Ultimately restarting the computer fixed the problem. Reply by Dani
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…,879 2016-4 2.18 17,550,112 6… 2018-1 2.68 18,418,529 15,912… 3,136,736,131 18,220,229 2024-2… 3,330,387,333 18,247,088 2024-4… 3,294,497,337 18,270,794 YEAR 2… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
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…,879 2016-4 2.18 17,550,112 6… 2018-1 2.68 18,418,529 15,912… 3,136,736,131 18,220,229 2024-2… 3,330,387,333 18,247,088 2024-4… 3,294,497,337 18,270,794 YEAR 2… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
I don't know what IDE you use but I'd examine the cst() function in depth. I fear there's a few chances that the integers in there are not the right choice. Maybe you should try a ready to use function for float to string? https://www.google.com/search… Reply by rproffitt
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…,879 2016-4 2.18 17,550,112 6… 2018-1 2.68 18,418,529 15,912… 3,136,736,131 18,220,229 2024-2… 3,330,387,333 18,247,088 2024-4… 3,294,497,337 18,270,794 YEAR 2… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
SInce the cst function works for everyother state( and other double printed for Oregon), I am leery of trying to do any changes within that function. I hunted around Google and found simple C routine to convert doubles to strings with commas, and it works … Reply by JohnMcPherson
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…,879 2016-4 2.18 17,550,112 6… 2018-1 2.68 18,418,529 15,912… 3,136,736,131 18,220,229 2024-2… 3,330,387,333 18,247,088 2024-4… 3,294,497,337 18,270,794 YEAR 2… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
I wonder if the fact you are coding for Oregon that the numbers are lower in value than for Oregon. Remember I don't know your IDE, compiler and more so all I can do is read the cst() function code and see what could be an issue with overflowing a data … Reply by rproffitt
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…,879 2016-4 2.18 17,550,112 6… 2018-1 2.68 18,418,529 15,912… 3,136,736,131 18,220,229 2024-2… 3,330,387,333 18,247,088 2024-4… 3,294,497,337 18,270,794 YEAR 2… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
As a general comment, you've had many threads dealing with buffer overflows, NULL pointers, spacing issues, conversion issues, etc., etc. that would appear to be less problematic is you used C++ rather than C. I'm not a purist, so I'm all for leaving … Reply by AssertNull
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I think I finally understand why Trump is doing so well (he recently pulled even with Hillary Clinton). It's only after years of shows like American Idol and America's Got Talent that his rise is possible. These shows got Americans used to the idea that … Discussion Thread by Reverend Jim in Community Center
So he's getting rid of 18 science specialists on the EPA and replacing with insiders from the very industries the EPA was protecting us from. Fox. Henhouse. Any questions? Reply by Reverend Jim
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… external drives for malicious threats 18. [ClamXav](https://www.clamxav.com… Discussion Thread by tompatrick in Mac OS X
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… But when i input startDate 18-5-2017(as there is… Discussion Thread by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
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… But when i input startDate 18-5-2017(as there is… Discussion Thread by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
Wow. That's really weird. What happens for 17-5-2017, or when you change the end date? Reply by JamesCherrill
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… But when i input startDate 18-5-2017(as there is… Discussion Thread by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
If i change the startDate to 17-5-2017 then also it gives me empty result set If i change the endDate to 22-5-2017 then also it gives me empty resultset Reply by Saboor Siddique
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… But when i input startDate 18-5-2017(as there is… Discussion Thread by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
For checking i creates sample tables in sql server and executed the same query. Here i got perfect results. But i dont know why in java this is happening Reply by Saboor Siddique
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… But when i input startDate 18-5-2017(as there is… Discussion Thread by Saboor Siddique in Software Development
can you show us the exact sql query? Reply by JoelBais
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