// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true = 1; i++) // get the number from base N
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
if (num == '\n')
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
equal end of string
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
}
}
main()
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
}
// The End Of Main Program 11 2623 jy****@gmail.com wrote:
// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
/**/ style is better in C.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true = 1; i++) // get the number from base N
I haven't read all of the code. Are you sure you want 'true=1'? Should
it be 'true == 1'?
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
if (num == '\n')
'num' is an array, but '\n' is a char. You can NOT compare them.
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
equal end of string
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
Are you sure you should use pow instead of '<<'? If so, why don't you
include math.h?
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
Suspicious.
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
}
}
main()
'int main(void)' is better.
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
'Pause' is NOT available in Linux, so that's NOT portable.
}
// The End Of Main Program
<jy****@gmail.comwrote:
// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
<snip>
The following code compiles and runs on MingW but produces the wrong answer.
I fixed some problems caused by line breaks on newsgroups and put in what
was my guess as to what you wanted in a few places. I didn't attack  or
even look at  the logic. As I understand your question you wanted to be
able to run. it runs now, for me. I didn't draw attention to changes I
made, you should be able to see what I did from the error messages you get.
No error message was far removed from the error message.
I find your user prompts confusing. How about :input base, output base and
nbr?
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true = 1; i++) // get the number from base N
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
if (num == '\n')
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
equal end of string
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
}
}
main()
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
}
// The End Of Main Program
>
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true = 1; i++) // get the number from base N
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
if (num == '\n')
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
equal end of string
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
}
}
main()
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
}
// The End Of Main Program
"osmium" <r1********@comcast.netwrote:
The following code compiles and runs on MingW but produces the wrong
answer. I fixed some problems caused by line breaks on newsgroups and put
in what was my guess as to what you wanted in a few places. I didn't
attack  or even look at  the logic. As I understand your question you
wanted to be able to run. it runs now, for me. I didn't draw attention
to changes I made, you should be able to see what I did from the error
messages you get. No error message was far removed from the error message.
No error message was far removed from the error. jy****@gmail.com wrote:
// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
Atleast for posting to Usenet, the C style, (i.e. /* ... */) comments
are better.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true = 1; i++) // get the number from base N
ITYM true == 1;. Also use LENGTH instead of an hardcoded value.
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
getchar returns an int value to signal EOF, in case of failure. Only
after having checked it against EOF should you assign it to a char
object. Aside from that I think your whole statement is wrong. Why not
use fgets to input a line, check whether it's a valid number with for
example strtol or something else and then assign it to num?
if (num == '\n')
An array name is a pointer to the first element of the array. Here
you're comparing a pointer constant to a char. You should compare a
particular element of num against '\n', like num[i] == '\n'.
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
equal end of string
This is the reason why C++ comments are discouraged in postings to
newsgroups.
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
fflush is only defined for output streams. fflush with stdin leads to
undefined behaviour. Use a simple while loop with getchar or getc and
encapsulate it into a convenient function.
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
What exactly does this do?
Also where have you included math.h for pow?
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
Assigning a long long type to a short.
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
Use %hu for unsigned short. Also terminate printf strings with a
newline or call fflush(stdout) immediately afterwards if you want to
ensure output is to appear synchronously.
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
ITYM an element of temp.
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
What's this supposed to do?
}
}
main()
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
Specify a length argument along with scanf for string input. Otherwise
it's as dangerous as gets.
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
You're attempting to print a pointer value as an integer. That's
undefined behaviour. To print a pointer value use the p conversion
specifier or print a particular element of result, (since you've
declared it as an array), or print out the whole array through a for
loop, or print a string in the array, if one is present, with a %s
format specifer and result as the corresponding argument.
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
Nonportable. Use getchar for the same effect.
}
// The End Of Main Program
You're taking on a too ambitious project at too early a time in your
study of C. You've several fundamental misunderstandings and your
program; it is very, very fragile, and broken. At a minimum fix the
mistakes I've pointed out and try again.
osmium wrote:
<jy****@gmail.comwrote:
// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
<snip>
The following code compiles and runs on MingW but produces the wrong answer.
I fixed some problems caused by line breaks on newsgroups and put in what
was my guess as to what you wanted in a few places.
<snip>
I did not notice any changes in your reposting of the OP's code.
"santosh" wrote:
osmium wrote:
>The following code compiles and runs on MingW but produces the wrong answer. I fixed some problems caused by line breaks on newsgroups and put in what was my guess as to what you wanted in a few places.
I did not notice any changes in your reposting of the OP's code.
// Base Conversion
// Aim: This program is to convert an inputted number
// from base M into base N. Display the converted
// number in base N.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#define LENGTH 20
int temp, m, n, i, r, base10, true;
char num[LENGTH], result[LENGTH];
// This function is to convert a number in base M
// into a number in base 10.
void baseM_to_base10(void)
{
base10 = 0;
for( i=0; i<20 && true == 1; i++) // get the number from base N
^^^^^
{ num[i] = getchar(); // sub. the number into string
if (num[i] == '\n')
{num[i] = '\0'; // if the above statement is true , num[i] will
^^^^
//equal end of string
true = 0 ; }} // end
fflush(stdin); // wash away the excess char
for(i = strlen(num)  1; i >=0; i)
{if(num[i] == '1')
base10 = base10 + 1 * pow(2 , strlen(num) 1  i);
}
}
// This function is to convert a number in base 10
// into a number in base N.
void base10_to_baseN(unsigned long long number,unsigned short base)
{
unsigned short temp[30],i;
for (i=0;i<30 && number<base;i++)
{
temp[i] = number % base;
number = number / base;
}
temp[i] = number;
printf("The number in %u base is : ",base);
for (i=29;i<30;i)
{
if (temp[i]<10)
printf("%u",temp);
if (temp[i]>10  temp[i]<36)
printf("%uc",temp[i]+51);
}
}
main()
{
// m  base M (input base)
// n  base N (output base)
// num  inputted number in base M
// result  converted number in base N
// Variable Declaration
// Prompt the user to enter data required.
printf("Base Conversion\n");
printf("\n");
printf("Please enter an inputted number: ");
scanf("%s",num);
printf("Base M (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&m);
printf("Base N (2 to 36): ");
scanf("%d",&n);
printf("Result is %d \n", result);
// Perform Base Conversion
//  Call function baseM_to_base10 to convert the number
//accordingly
//  Call function base10_to_baseN to convert the number
//accordingly
// Display the converted number
system("PAUSE");
}
// The End Of Main Program
I'll be darned! My post was a problem to me because of the OPs character
set and I will blame it on that. Here is another cut and paste from my
compiler's editor. I have marked the two actual changes I recall, but there
may be more.. jy****@gmail.com wrote:
>
.... snip ...
Put your question in the body of the article in future.
Try this:
#include "dispbase.h"
/* ============================================ */
/* Mask and convert digit to hex representation */
/* Output range is 0..9 and a..f only */
int tio_hexify(unsigned int value)
{
int result;
result = (value & 0x0f) + '0';
if (result '9')
result = result + ('a'  '0'  10);
return result;
} /* tio_hexify */
/* ========================================= */
/* convert number to string in various bases */
/* 2 <= base <= 16, controlled by hexify() */
/* Output string has ls digit first. */
void tio_basedisplay(unsigned long number, unsigned int base,
char * string, size_t maxlgh)
{
/* assert (string[maxlgh]) is valid storage */
if (!maxlgh) {
*string = '\0';
return;
}
else {
*string = tio_hexify(number % base);
if (!number) *string = '\0';
else {
tio_basedisplay(number / base, base, &string[1], maxlgh 
1);
}
}
} /* tio_basedisplay */
/* ======================= */
/* reverse string in place */
void tio_revstring(char * string)
{
char * last, temp;
last = string + strlen(string); /* points to '\0' */
while (last string) {
temp = *string; *string++ = *last; *last = temp;
}
} /* tio_revstring */
And the header file:
#ifndef dispbase_h_
#define dispbase_h_
#include <string.h>
/* ============================================ */
/* Mask and convert digit to hex representation */
/* Output range is 0..9 and a..f only */
int tio_hexify(unsigned int value);
/* ========================================= */
/* convert number to string in various bases */
/* 2 <= base <= 16, controlled by hexify() */
/* Output string has ls digit first. */
void tio_basedisplay(unsigned long number, unsigned int base,
char * string, size_t maxlgh);
/* ======================= */
/* reverse string in place */
void tio_revstring(char * string);
#endif

<http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/pubs/vista_cost.txt>
<http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/423>
"A man who is right every time is not likely to do very much."
 Francis Crick, codiscover of DNA
"There is nothing more amazing than stupidity in action."
 Thomas Matthews
On 3¤ë5¤é, ¤W¤È1®É14¤À, CBFalconer <cbfalco...@yahoo.comwrote:
jyc...@gmail.com wrote:
... snip ...
Put your question in the body of the article in future.
Try this:
#include "dispbase.h"
/* ============================================ */
/* Mask and convert digit to hex representation */
/* Output range is 0..9 and a..f only */
int tio_hexify(unsigned int value)
{
int result;
result = (value & 0x0f) + '0';
if (result '9')
result = result + ('a'  '0'  10);
return result;
} /* tio_hexify */
/* ========================================= */
/* convert number to string in various bases */
/* 2 <=base<= 16, controlled by hexify() */
/* Output string has ls digit first. */
void tio_basedisplay(unsigned long number, unsigned intbase,
char * string, size_t maxlgh)
{
/* assert (string[maxlgh]) is valid storage */
if (!maxlgh) {
*string = '\0';
return;
}
else {
*string = tio_hexify(number %base);
if (!number) *string = '\0';
else {
tio_basedisplay(number /base,base, &string[1], maxlgh 
1);
}
}
} /* tio_basedisplay */
/* ======================= */
/* reverse string in place */
void tio_revstring(char * string)
{
char * last, temp;
last = string + strlen(string); /* points to '\0' */
while (last string) {
temp = *string; *string++ = *last; *last = temp;
}
} /* tio_revstring */
And the header file:
#ifndef dispbase_h_
#define dispbase_h_
#include <string.h>
/* ============================================ */
/* Mask and convert digit to hex representation */
/* Output range is 0..9 and a..f only */
int tio_hexify(unsigned int value);
/* ========================================= */
/* convert number to string in various bases */
/* 2 <=base<= 16, controlled by hexify() */
/* Output string has ls digit first. */
void tio_basedisplay(unsigned long number, unsigned intbase,
char * string, size_t maxlgh);
/* ======================= */
/* reverse string in place */
void tio_revstring(char * string);
#endif

<http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/pubs/vista_cost.txt>
<http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/423>
"A man who is right every time is not likely to do very much."
 Francis Crick, codiscover of DNA
"There is nothing more amazing than stupidity in action."
 Thomas Matthews
I am sorry about that are some bugs on this programe that the complier
can not run it in DVEC++.
Since I am not sure understand the errors, I can not correct them all
by following the instructions. jy****@gmail.com said:
<snip>
I am sorry about that are some bugs on this programe that the complier
can not run it in DVEC++.
Since I am not sure understand the errors, I can not correct them all
by following the instructions.
It works fine here, once supplied with a driver.

Richard Heathfield
"Usenet is a strange place"  dmr 29/7/1999 http://www.cpax.org.uk
email: rjh at the above domain,  www.
Richard Heathfield wrote:
jy****@gmail.com said:
<snip>
>I am sorry about that are some bugs on this programe that the complier can not run it in DVEC++. Since I am not sure understand the errors, I can not correct them all by following the instructions.
It works fine here, once supplied with a driver.
It's old code of mine, and has two known faults. Dependence on
Ascii, in hexify. Undefined behaviour in reverse_str on empty
string. Both unlikely to bother the OP, and fairly easily
corrected.

<http://www.cs.auckland.ac.nz/~pgut001/pubs/vista_cost.txt>
<http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/423>
"A man who is right every time is not likely to do very much."
 Francis Crick, codiscover of DNA
"There is nothing more amazing than stupidity in action."
 Thomas Matthews
CBFalconer said:
Richard Heathfield wrote:
>jy****@gmail.com said:
<snip>
>>I am sorry about that are some bugs on this programe that the complier can not run it in DVEC++. Since I am not sure understand the errors, I can not correct them all by following the instructions.
It works fine here, once supplied with a driver.
It's old code of mine, and has two known faults. Dependence on
Ascii, in hexify.
Trivially fixed:
int tio_hexify(unsigned int value)
{
return "0123456789ABCDEF"[value & 0x0f];
} /* tio_hexify */
Undefined behaviour in reverse_str on empty
string.
Again, trivially fixed:
void tio_revstring(char * string)
{
char * last, temp;
last = string + strlen(string); /* points to '\0' */
while (last string) {
temp = *string; *string++ = *last; *last = temp;
}
} /* tio_revstring */
Both unlikely to bother the OP, and fairly easily corrected.
Aye.

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I am writing and add on application. The application uses Unique IDs and
they are stored in Base 26 (ie 0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ).
I am having trouble reading the decimal value of a...

by: Mark McDonald 
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This question kind of follows on from Mike Spassâ€™ posting 10/11/2004; I donâ€™t
understand why you canâ€™t declare an implicit operator to convert a base class
to a derived class.
The text...

by: Andrzej Kaczmarczyk 
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Hi C# gurus :)
I have a conversion problem.
I have a class that I can't change  it's a DataColumn class;
I have a wrapper class around it.
public MyDataColumn : DataColumn
{

by: Taran 
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Hi All,
I tried something with the C++ I know and some things just seem
strange.
consider:
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

by: Angel Tsankov 
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Hello! Is the following code illformed or does it yield undefined
behaviour:
class a
{};
class b
{

by: jan.loucka 
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Hi,
We're building a mapping application and inside we're using open
source dll called MapServer. This dll uses object model that has quite
a few classes. In our app we however need to little bit...

by: jared.grubb 
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Can a private Base class method convert to/from a Derived* using
static_cast? The CPL book says that a Derived method is allowed to
convert to/from Base, but says nothing about whether a Base...

by: Rina0 
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Cybersecurity engineering is a specialized field that focuses on the design, development, and implementation of systems, processes, and technologies that protect against cyber threats and...

by: erikbower65 
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Using CodiumAI's pragent is simple and powerful. Follow these steps:
1. Install CodiumAI CLI: Ensure Node.js is installed, then run 'npm install g codiumai' in the terminal.
2. Connect to...

by: Taofi 
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I try to insert a new record but the error message says the number of query names and destination fields are not the same
This are my field names
ID, Budgeted, Actual, Status and Differences
...

by: DJRhino1175 
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When I run this code I get an error, its Runtime error# 424 Object required...This is my first attempt at doing something like this. I test the entire code and it worked until I added this 
If...

by: Rina0 
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I am looking for a Python code to find the longest common subsequence of two strings. I found this blog post that describes the length of longest common subsequence problem and provides a solution in...

by: DJRhino 
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Private Sub CboDrawingID_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer)
If = 310029923 Or 310030138 Or 310030152 Or 310030346 Or 310030348 Or _
310030356 Or 310030359 Or 310030362 Or...

by: lllomh 
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Define the method first
this.state = {
buttonBackgroundColor: 'green',
isBlinking: false, // A new status is added to identify whether the button is blinking or not
}
autoStart=()=>{

by: lllomh 
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How does React native implement an English player?

by: DJRhino 
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Was curious if anyone else was having this same issue or not....
I was just Up/Down graded to windows 11 and now my access combo boxes are not acting right. With win 10 I could start typing...
 