logo
down
shadow

Why am I getting this error during run-time?


Why am I getting this error during run-time?

Content Index :

Why am I getting this error during run-time?
Tag : c , By : amy
Date : November 24 2020, 05:47 AM


Comments
No Comments Right Now !

Boards Message :
You Must Login Or Sign Up to Add Your Comments .

Share : facebook icon twitter icon

Tag : cpp , By : Erik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Despite the good answers suggesting to use SFINAE, I continued to search solution that will meet my original design. And finally I found it.
The key idea is to use specialization for specific function members instead of explicit instantiation.
// ItemContainer.h
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
template <class Impl> class ItemContainer
{
public:

   // Common functions supported by all specializations
   void Clear();
   bool IsEmpty() const;
   ...

   // Functions supported by sorted specializations only
   void Sort();
   ...

private:

   boost::scoped_ptr<Impl> m_data; ///< Internal container implementation

}; // class ItemContainer

// Dummy implementation of specialized function for main template
template <class Impl> void ItemContainer<Impl>::Sort()
{
   // This function is unsupported in calling specialization
   BOOST_STATIC_ASSERT(false);
}

// Forward declarations for pimpl classes,
// they are defined in ItemContainer.cpp
struct SortedImpl;

// Typedefs for specializations that are explicitly instantiated
typedef ItemContainer<SortedImpl> SortedItemContainer;

// Forward declaration of specialized function member
template<> void CSortedOrderContainer::Sort();

// ItemContainer.cpp
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// Implementation classes definition, skipped as non-relevant
struct SortedImpl { ... };

// Explicit instantiation of common members of SortedItemContainer
template  void SortedItemContainer::Clear();
template  bool SortedItemContainer::IsEmpty() const;

// Common functions are implemented as main template members
template <class Impl> bool ItemContainer<Impl>::IsEmpty() const
{
   return m_data->empty(); // Just sample
}

// Specialized functions are implemented as specialized members
// (partial specialization)
template <> void SortedItemContaner::Sort()
{
   std::sort(m_data.begin(), m_data.end(), SortFunctor()); // Just sample
}

...
// etc
template <class T> struct X
{
    void f();
};

template<class T> void X<T>::f()
{
   // Could not just use static_assert(false) - it will not compile.
   // sizeof(T) == 0 is calculated only on template instantiation and       
   // doesn't produce immediate compilation error
   static_assert(sizeof(T) == 0, "Not implemented");
}

template<> void X<int>::f()
{
  std::cout << "X<int>::f() called" << std::endl;
}

int main()
{
   X<int> a;
   a.f(); // Compiles OK

   X<double> b;
   b.f(); // Compilation error - Not implemented!
}

Run time error '13' type mismatch, if replace long with int then run time error '6' overflow


Tag : vba , By : user181345
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you You're using a string literal when you should not be.
Worksheets("AllClasses").Rows("1:1, j:(i-1)").Copy
Worksheets("AllClasses").Range("1:1," & i-1 & ":" & j).Copy

Trying to cast setInstance.toArray() to Integer[], no compile time error but there is run time error, why?


Tag : java , By : itsmegb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times because you are using public Object[] toArray() instead of public T[] toArray(T[] a).
use this:
Integer[] intArray =  set1.toArray(new Integer[set1.size()]);

Getting Run-Time Error '-2147221233 (8004010f)', then getting Run-time error '462' The remote server machine does not ex


Tag : excel , By : jaredsmiller
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . The following code used to work but has suddenly started producing the above error message. It's designed to take contact details from each email in a folder, then send a new email out. I've run bug checks and yhe line that fails is: Set objFolder = objFolder.Folders("Inbox").Folders("Test") Here's the code: , To reliably reference the default Inbox:
Option Explicit

Sub ListMailsInDefaultAccountFolder()

    Dim objNS As Namespace
    Dim objFolder As Folder
    Dim defInboxFolder As Folder

    Dim itmCount As Long
    Dim i As Long

    Set objNS = GetNamespace("MAPI")

    Set defInboxFolder = objNS.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox)
    Set objFolder = defInboxFolder.Folders("Test")

    itmCount = objFolder.Items.Count

    For i = 1 To itmCount
        Debug.Print objFolder.Items(i).Subject
    Next

End Sub

Array element in LINQ where clause causes run time error vs compile time error


Tag : chash , By : user179863
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Related Posts Related QUESTIONS :
  • How to get number of cores in Win32?
  • Handling aces and finding a segfault in a blackjack program
  • function prototype declarations
  • How to convert from Hex to Decimal using only Integers in C
  • How to parse from char array using yacc?
  • I can not work with linked list inside linked list
  • Finding the index of largest number
  • Decompose a number to product of prime numbers and print it like 18=2*3^2
  • programming EXACT timer which calles a function in c language every x seconds
  • Combining macros generate errors
  • Why am I not getting error when I store values of different types in an array in C language?
  • What is the purpose of the base case dp[0] = -1 of this DP array in the palindromic partitions problem?
  • Having function choose largest number of given ones
  • Data structures layout
  • How to retrieve probuf from C library
  • Printf float number in hexadecimal format returns random vlaue
  • Memory allocation in C from 1 to N
  • Emit signal from separate thread in glib/gtk
  • How to fix Valgrind "Conditional Jump..." error
  • The text to be printed is being printed on the command line rather than print space while using fork on terminal
  • Deleting an element from an array of structures
  • How to read time stamp data from text file using C code?
  • I can't understand this code? Is it normal or I'm not ready?
  • GTK character count vs byte index
  • Summing up integers in an array and storing the result in an array
  • JITtting with limited knowledge of the target architecture
  • Why does global pointers behave erratically in this function?
  • Write a basic half pyramid pattern program
  • Read memory in C
  • void affecting output of the program
  • How to limit scanf while reading input from file
  • Why does the C runtime not call my exit()?
  • Can anyone say why the array is not changed when passed to a function
  • Integer overflow (Smallest file size that will make the integer in program become negative in bits)
  • Array of pointers to strings(base type of pointers)
  • Is there any way to limit integer datatype value range
  • How to print 2-byte unicode characters
  • The execution of open when using O_CREAT
  • Parsing Command Line Arguments for Shell
  • Undefined length of character arrays
  • Do condition formats in if/else if statements have to match in C?
  • Generate ordered passwords for brute forcing in C
  • Problems with pointer into structure
  • Why does this C program print output "10" irrespective of the for loop?
  • taking output 2D array in matrix form
  • sizeof char pointer and pointer to pointer
  • does the following program cause memory leak?
  • Innacurate file readings from fopen and/or fscanf
  • Searching an element in an Array using Recursive Function in C Language
  • Most fastest C code to count recursively directories in Linux ( without files )
  • Why does C not offer syntactically transparent references like C++ and Java do?
  • Code doesn't get excuted after using continue in while loop
  • How can I maintain correlation between structure definitions and their construction / destruction code?
  • Avoid race conditions when using pointers and threads
  • Binary and Decimal converting
  • How to create input tensors and use with interpreter in Tensorflow Lite (experimental C API)?
  • Unexpected typecasting between values in C
  • Trouble with Forking Process and Calling bc using execve
  • Glib Threads vs GMain Loop Eventing
  • Why does the byte sequence turn when I cast a char array to an integer array?
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © scrbit.com