may help you . Check the following things: That you are running the thread. thread1.start() That you are checking the static variables after the thread has completed. After all the purpose of threads is to run in parallel so you might be checking for the values before the thread has had a chance to run. You need synchronization. Either make the static variables volatile or wrap your login inside the run method of the thread with a synchronized block. You will need to use a synchronized block when reading as well. It is possible that the values are being correctly set by one Core but a different Core is trying to read them. Without synchronization, you have no guarantee that both Cores will see the proper data. (due to caching and such)
seems to work fine If your numbering system works for you, and you are only concerned that the user doesn't see the proper grade of the climb, Django has a nifty little helper for displaying in the templates. Hopefully this is what you're looking for! Form: ClimbForm.get_grade_display()
Can we assign the address of 2D integer array in double pointer of integer type?How is it possible?
will be helpful for those in need I solved!, the problem was i attempt to use the value of the JSON after the page was loaded (and i load some info with this JSON to the HTML), that is!, so i changed the assignment to this:
/*And here after the page was loaded, i use the functions that requires
this.appPages = AppPages.pages;
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