To fix this issue std::basic_ostream is indeed mainly to be used for formatted output. (I say "mainly" because it does have a method for unformatted output. But that's not accessible through output iterators.) For unformatted output, use a stream buffer iterator.
I hope this helps . Answering the direct question that you asked, the Text property is precisely what you are looking for. For some reason it doesn't show up in the TRichEdit documentation, but it is inherited from TCustomEdit. It sounds to me (following comments to Andreas' answer) as though what you really need to do it as follows:
Formatting textbox c# and using it unformatted value
it helps some times I´m using some textboxes to show totals, subtotals and discounts. I´m converting decimals to string to represent them in the textbox. Also, I would like to have the "$" at the beginning. , One simple solution will be:
I hope this helps you . If the MIFARE Classic tags are not formatted to contain NDEF, you can receive an intent for them (and get the ID) as follows (from the documentation): Add to you manifest for the activity that needs to receive the intents:
like below fixes the issue It looks like this is a WebAPI controller, and you're throwing an MVC exception. This difference will be unified with MVC 6 / vNext. For now, MVC and WebAPI use different assemblies and namespaces. The System.Web.HttpException you throw is not recognized as an HTTP exception by WebAPI, so it thinks your application has thrown a random exception and formats that as a JSON-formatted 500 Internal Server Error.