Alphabets not appearing from array (Strange characters appearing)-C programming

Alphabets not appearing from array (Strange characters appearing)-C programming

By : Satheesh
Date : November 22 2020, 04:01 AM
like below fixes the issue You are passing the struct game to the functions by value, meaning they operate on a copy. Hence the "original" struct game gamecp in main is never initialized. Pass by reference (as a struct game * pointer argument) instead.
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Strange characters appearing in wordpress

Strange characters appearing in wordpress

By : Venkat
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I have to update the thread, as follows. I followed just about every tutorial out there addressing utf-8 mismatch, nothing helped Finally we spotted some phishing code had been injected into the root index file (also linked to some 3rd party adult site, but our site was not redirecting , Needless to say, we cleaned that up Many thanks for everyone for helping, especially @user850010 I hope This thread will be useful for others
<$G+$> Strange characters appearing in ASP.NET MVC5 Helper

<$G+$> Strange characters appearing in ASP.NET MVC5 Helper

By : Abraham Ismael Calvi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? It seems like those funny characters are generated by helper. The probleem seems to be that the output of the helper is not meant to be consumed as regular string. Apparently it generates some control characters, which are meant to be there for Razor, but if we try to use the output as regular string (as @Html.ActionLink() expects its argument) they become visible.
To get rid of them, I shouldn't use the GetUserName() helper inside the @Html.ActionLink(), but get the UserName in the controller, and pass it via a property of the viewmodel. I shouldn't have that kind of logic in my view anyway.
Strange characters appearing in 2D Char Array

Strange characters appearing in 2D Char Array

By : Jared Siskin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need you're running over the end of your arrays
Tile grid [6][5]; needs to be Tile grid [7][6];
Merge conflict -strange characters appearing

Merge conflict -strange characters appearing

By : user1771248
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue This is an UTF-8 BOM, indicating that the file is encoded as UTF-8. It is only recognised at the start of a file, and since <<<<<< HEAD has been inserted before it, it is no longer at the start of the file, and has been made visible by a tool that does not detect / no longer detects the file as UTF-8.
Ensure that all tools you use to modify the file agree on whether the BOM should be there. If they all agree, then it should never cause a conflict. If some add the BOM when it isn't present, and others remove the BOM when it is present, conflicts are unavoidable.
Why are these strange characters appearing in mcrypt?

Why are these strange characters appearing in mcrypt?

By : Junior
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , It is just padding the result based on the block size used. If you use rtrim(), you will get rid of them.
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