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Can I do an easy init a string with format using @"


Can I do an easy init a string with format using @"

By : user3851551
Date : October 16 2020, 11:12 AM
This might help you when defining a string in Objective-C, can I do an easy assignment using a string format, such as , nope
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By : Ujjval Dua
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I think you need to use string.format() or SimpleDateFormat and print the resutls using out.print().
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By : shiv kumar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Honestly, I think the method of checking for an Exception is the best one you'll come across without using your own fully-fledged parser.
If you are seriously interested in writing a code to find all the elements (that will be come arguments) from the format(...) method of Formatter.java (I can't find an anchor, so you just have to control+f format(Lo and you'll find it). This code is also available in the SDK under sources\android-16\java\util, in the private method doFormat.
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By : Yule Yu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I got a reply from AWS.
You cannot have a the two keys of the same kind, e.g. above the two keys are "C:\folder1\folder2\" and "C:\folder1\folder2\". They must be different.
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By : Taelor Lashae Haley
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Since the input will always be between 1 and 4 characters, perhaps you can check whether the input length is odd or even to determine if the parsed value starts with a "0" or not, and the rest is just padding 0's to the right - something like this:
code :
string ParseTime(string input)
{
    bool odd = (input.Length % 2 > 0);
    var result = (odd ? "0" : "") + input.PadRight(odd ? 3 : 4, '0');   
    return result.Insert(2, ":");
}
Can anyone give me an easy explanation about "self=super init"?

Can anyone give me an easy explanation about "self=super init"?


By : Sharmila Payal
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further The quick answer is that you are telling the super class of your class to initialise the object. Because you are inheriting from that super class, then you can perform other initialisation tasks specific to your implementation, but first you have to make sure the basics of initialisation are performed (which is handled by the base class NSObject). Each class that extends (inherits) from another class has to make sure their super class has been initialised before they can do their initialisation.
A very quickly made up (and therefore probably quite poor) analogue - before you could be created, your parents had to be created (the super class) and they had to have their parents created first (their super class)
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