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I am in the process of building such that the user access to the
different kinds of areas.



I must have sure me that, for example Admin part is for shared
Admin.



It is for sure me that I can determine which users have access to
the different area!



Helper.cs (Class)



public static class CheckList
{
public static bool YouHaveAccessHere(int RankValue)
{
int brugeridValue =
Helper.BrugerInformation.SessionVale.SessionUserid();
DataLinqDB db = new DataLinqDB();
var UserValue = db.brugeres.FirstOrDefault(x => x.Id ==
brugeridValue && x.rank == RankValue);
if (UserValue != null)
{
return true;
}
return false;
}
}


AdminIndholdController.cs



[MvcApplication.SessionExpire]
public class AdminIndholdController : Controller
{

// GET: AdminIndhold
[HttpGet]
public ActionResult Index()
{
//Here my class to check whether you have access to this page.
if (CheckList.YouHaveAccessHere(1) == false)
{
return RedirectToAction("index", "account");
}

DataLinqDB db = new DataLinqDB();
IndholdViewModel model = new IndholdViewModel();

var forsideindhold = db.forsides.FirstOrDefault();
model.IndholdText = forsideindhold.tekst;

return View(model);
}
}


As an extra little things, how can I do so if I have more numbers I
entered ?. (
And possibly more numbers)



HelperClass.CheckList.YouHaveAccessHere(1, 2, 3)

I have sometimes the usecase that I need to check if a variable is
of a specific type and if so cast to it to access a property/function
of it.



Example:



    if (state.isInstanceOf[StateA] &&
state.asInstanceOf[StateA].isFlagBlaBla)


How can this be improved ? I could use match/case but is there a
better option (shorter) ?

I am trying to program a very simple program that will tests if the
input string is one or two and then does the action. However, I can't
seem to get it working. Can someone help me?



    String input;
input = Input.getString("Hi.");

if ( (input == "one") | (input == "two") )
{
System.out.println(input);
}
}

Here is my business rule:




Anyone (anonymous users) can make an Application (as in to
apply for something
). Applications can be updated until they are
reviewed and approved by an officer. Approved applications cannot be
updated.




Therefore I created an abstract class



abstract class Application {
//various fields of application form
//fields do not have setters, but they have getters

public enum State {APPROVED, UNAPPROVED};

public abstract State getState();
}


And since an Application can be in two states, I modeled them
like:



public class ApprovedApplication extends Application{
//an approved application can only be created from an unapproved
application
public ApprovedApplication(UnapprovedApplication ua) {
//create it
}

public State getState() {
State.APPROVED;
}
}


and



public class UnapprovedApplication extends Application{    

//only unapproved applications can be updated
public void update(ApplicationDTO applicationDTO) {
//do the updating
}

public State getState() {
State.UNAPPROVED;
}
}


Am I on the right track here or is this complete garbage? And what
about Officer approving the application? Getting a bit lost here.



UnapprovedApplication.approve(Officer o); 


or



Officer.approve(UnapprovedApplication ua); ?

from the outset i am not a programmer , i am an owner of several
vb6 programs , i need parsing of the online sportsbbok , betdaq.com
to scrape data for the english soccer, EPL & championsip , and the
italian serie A & B for the wager type , match odds. i have 4
documents regarding this work if i could send an attachment , does
anyone know of a program that will do this work , thanks donar

I started learning AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC, but am not sure why
to use them both together in the same project?



Aren't they both MVC frameworks? Should I be using them both in the
same application? Isn't it one or the other?

I'm working on an existing project and they are using SPRING
framework.
Just want to ask if it's a good design to have lot of
Hashmaps as MODEL in your CONTROLLER rather than
utilizing pojos and beans ?

I want to use VIM or Emacs on top of IDE with plugins like IdeaVIM
(IntelliJ) or Vrapper (for Eclipse). I want to prioritize by
following,




  1. Support with most functionality in IDE's

  2. Effective use under IDE.

  3. More natural fit, should retain most of IDE functionality.



Considering above, which one among VIM and Emacs suits better ?

I was reading the book Fundamentals Of Database Systems by Navathe.
The book mentions the order of internal nodes and order of the leaf
node separately.



In other sources I found the order of tree to be only given.



In those cases can I assume that order of leaf node is same as the
order of the tree?

In the lecture we are taught that we can solve All Pairs
Shortest Path(APSP)
with matrix
multiplication
.



In APSP we are creating a distance table for all the distances
between each nodes in the graph. And now the question is "Is it
possible to solve Single Source Shortest Path(SSSP)
problem with matrix multiplication? If it is, then
how?"



If you give me an explanation how to accomplish this I would
appreciate.


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