I want to filter data by day and month only excluding the year. For example I want to find people born from day 1 to day 15 in september without including years so what i did is like... Private Sub ButtonFilter_Click(ByVal sender As System.… Discussion Thread by vhycko in Software Development
You will have to change the `WHERE` clause to something like WHERE DATEPART(month,TanggalLahir) = 9 AND DATEPART(day,TanggalLahir) BETWEEN 1 AND 15 Reply by Reverend Jim
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…('libs/universal-image-loader-1.9.1.jar') compile files('libs… Discussion Thread by annya in Mobile Development
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Hello, so I have this program which should be creating a file called output and appending some content from another file,data.txt, accordingly. Creating file called output works but then the output file is empty. what am i doing wrong? Oh and Im suppose… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Software Development
… no print method ??? `PrintWriter` has 9 overloaded `print` methods- one for… Reply by JamesCherrill
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The following lines do not work. The bool is always false. I have been having trouble getting danni's site to work so if the reply is too short it's 'cuz I typed in the longer version three times and got errrors. FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(login… Discussion Thread by overwraith in Software Development
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…;div class="col-sm-9 form-control-static">…;div class="col-sm-9 form-control-static">… Reply by overwraith
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Hello, I have been strugling with this for a while. Is it possible to create a loop that will make this function run automaticly. I want to type in how many times it should repeat the pattern. For example, i want to run to $sum20 Please help me out!… Discussion Thread by eoop.org in Web Development
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… start balance if($ROR >'9'){ $ROI = '1.'.$ROR; } else { $ROI… Reply by eoop.org
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Hello, I have been strugling with this for a while. Is it possible to create a loop that will make this function run automaticly. I want to type in how many times it should repeat the pattern. For example, i want to run to $sum20 Please help me out!… Discussion Thread by eoop.org in Web Development
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… wrote this: if($ROR >'9'){ $ROI = '1.'.$ROR; } else {… } If `$ROR` can be **9.3**, `$ROI` will be **1….9.3**, which doesn't make… Reply by diafol
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…##-#######" pattern="/^(7|8|9)\d{9}$/" title="7878787878… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Web Development
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…to userid = 3; and userid = 9 who reports to userid = 8… UserReportsTo ----------- ------------------------- ------------- 8 Anthony Karimi 3 9 naheed kassam 8 3 Ramakrishna… Discussion Thread by naheedkassam in Databases
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…to userid = 3; and userid = 9 who reports to userid = 8… UserReportsTo ----------- ------------------------- ------------- 8 Anthony Karimi 3 9 naheed kassam 8 3 Ramakrishna… Discussion Thread by naheedkassam in Databases
That sounds like what he's after. With more than one level you'd need to use a window query to do this. [Here's an example](https://gist.github.com/peteryates/5098463) I wrote many years ago. Reply by pty
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…to userid = 3; and userid = 9 who reports to userid = 8… UserReportsTo ----------- ------------------------- ------------- 8 Anthony Karimi 3 9 naheed kassam 8 3 Ramakrishna… Discussion Thread by naheedkassam in Databases
@pty thanks for the example, i am trying to achieve the same but using 1 single table. Reply by naheedkassam
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…to userid = 3; and userid = 9 who reports to userid = 8… UserReportsTo ----------- ------------------------- ------------- 8 Anthony Karimi 3 9 naheed kassam 8 3 Ramakrishna… Discussion Thread by naheedkassam in Databases
Thanks guys for the tips. I solved it using below query. WITH ReportsCTE as (select UserID,UserDisplayName,UserReportsTo from CRM_User_Master where UserDisplayName in(select UserDisplayName from CRM_User_Master where UserID = 1) union ALL select a.… Reply by naheedkassam
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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What help do you need, exactly? Reply by JamesCherrill
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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I see 511 lines of code that couldn't possibly compile. You have `prinf `not `printf` Reply by nullptr
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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In fact you've done a bad job of borrowing code from https://github.com/Metalaria/games/blob/master/sudoku/sudoku.c Reply by nullptr
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…;div class="col-md-9" style="background-color… Discussion Thread by සශික in Web Development
This is a confusing snippet. We have unknown variables such as `$row` and `$result`. Reply by diafol
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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Another fine example of spaghetti code. Reply by tinstaafl
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…> int a[9][9],b[9][9],r[60][2]; … n=col; while(n<9) { number=1; fixed=isfixed… choose: m=random(9); n=random(9); fixed=isfixed(icount,m…++) { choose2: m=random(9); n=random(5); fixed=… Discussion Thread by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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Get rid of all the "goto" statements! That isn't C++, it is badly written C code! Reply by rubberman
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… reg = /^[A-Z0-9._%+-]+@([A-Z0-9-]+\.)+[A-Z]{2,4… Discussion Thread by borgyborg in Web Development
I have successfully added the file upload. Thanks anyway. Reply by borgyborg
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… reg = /^[A-Z0-9._%+-]+@([A-Z0-9-]+\.)+[A-Z]{2,4… Discussion Thread by borgyborg in Web Development
Great ews borgyborg. If you have time, perhaps you could post your code so that others may benefit? Thanks. Reply by diafol
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…##-#######" pattern="/^(7|8|9)\d{9}$/" title="7878787878… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Web Development
…; pattern="^[1-9]\d{1}-[0-9]\d{6}$" title… Reply by nadiam
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…##-#######" pattern="/^(7|8|9)\d{9}$/" title="7878787878… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Web Development
…="^[+](6)(0)[1-9]\d{1}-[0-9]\d{6}$"… Reply by nadiam
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…##-#######" pattern="/^(7|8|9)\d{9}$/" title="7878787878… Discussion Thread by nadiam in Web Development
Did you check the regex library: http://www.regexlib.com/Search.aspx?k=phone&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 Reply by diafol
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This is a fingerprint verification application. When verifying,it loops through the table. if the current fingerprint template is the first one on the table row it verifies it correctly. But if the current fingerprint template is located on the 2nd or … Discussion Thread by Jim_21 in Software Development
Why does this code look identical to John's at https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46773853/fingerprint-verification-and-query It seems to have the same duplicate lines 4 to 9 as 10 to 15. I worry that such duplication is a sign of an uncaring coder. Reply by rproffitt
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Why doesn't the code (2) below produce the same output as the code (1)? Let's say you entered "4" as input: (1) int x; cout << "enter integer: "; cin >> x; cout << x++;… Discussion Thread by sgw in Software Development
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… the 5 that you popped. 9. Pop 5 off stack. 10… Reply by AssertNull
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Why doesn't the code (2) below produce the same output as the code (1)? Let's say you entered "4" as input: (1) int x; cout << "enter integer: "; cin >> x; cout << x++;… Discussion Thread by sgw in Software Development
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…. 8. Display "B" 9. Pop "C" from… Reply by AssertNull
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I've been reseraching the best way(s) to store both ipv4 & ipv6 ip addresses. Simply put, so far there seems to be much debate as to how to do so properly ranging from storing them as varchar or in a binary format. I'm really not sure at this … Discussion Thread by mattyd in Databases
I'd use PostgreSQL which has [native network address data types](https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.6/static/datatype-net-types.html). Reply by pty
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