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Objects difference between javascript and C#

I want to convert a code from JavaScript to C#. in javascript we can use an object easily as follows, this function returns the indices of the elements that their addition is equal to the target the return of the function will be [1,3] which is an array of the indices of 5,7 (as 5+7 = 12) So what is

Unable to import compiled javascript file from Emscripten for WebAssembly (C++ wrriten) to React

Hi I’ve compiled the C++ file via emcc (emscripten frontends). The output I expected is one .wasm file and .js file to implement javascript. I build React application which try to import WebAssembly via .js module like below. (./wasm/dist/my-module is .js module compiled by emcc) The problem is the console in chrome expresses error “file:// protocol not allow” which is

Unable to cast object of type ‘System.String’ to type ‘System.Boolean .Net Core MVC

I refer this tutorial I did same code but I’m not able to show Get Calendar Data when I running it, It’s shows error – Unable to cast object of type ‘System.String’ to type ‘System.Boolean. My Code is :- AppointmentApiController.cs : Script.js : AppointmentService.cs : IAppointmentService.cs : Answer Unable to cast object of type ‘System.String’ to type ‘System.Boolean. You

Unable to accessible some code in TypeScript TS

I have a simple if else code in TypeScript.But in some code unable to access it.It shows me the following error, “Cannot read properties of undefined (reading ‘setNewsProvider’)” Code Answer Inside the forEach loop you enter a function, the function has it’s own this value. To avoid the problem, JS programmers used to often write at the entry point and

change image src using selenium webdriver

I have a project in where I want to upload image to image tag in web page using upload box , I can do that by selenium web driver by opening the upload box then writing the image path then pressing open .I tried to ignore the upload box by changing the image attribute “src” but I could not do

Submit button not consistently firing

I have an core razor form with a submit button. When the user clicks ‘Update’, the form calls a JavaScript function to prompt the user if they are sure they want to complete the request. This functionality has been working, but starting last week, the form will occasionally not save despite the user confirming that they want to complete

Does future in c++ corresponding to promise in javascript?

I am a c++ programmer and tried to study std::future and std::promise these days. When I randomly search some information about future/promise, I found some discussion about future/promise in javascript and promise in javascript has then function. In c++, even though std::future don’t have then function now, but some proposal have mentioned it. So, there are two question: does std::future