Graduated at Portsmouth University on a Computing Degree. Keen software and website developer on the lookout to learn new things and am also a big android fan.

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comment Union with char * and asprintf
Thanks, yes I was the mixing the two together, thanks for your help
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asked Union with char * and asprintf
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asked Adding Intellisense for Polymer Project DOM Components
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awarded Popular Question
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comment Multiple set and where clauses in Update query in mysql
I guess it might be slightly slower as it has to do the commit in between each statement but I think it would be minimal. At least I'm not noticing any performance issues
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awarded Notable Question
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comment (Android) Native crash at /system/lib/libhoudini.so on Asus Phone
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answered Activity is getting too large and becoming more and more difficult to work with. Solutions to solve this issue?
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comment Freeing a malloc'd char* causing a segfault 11
Thanks for your help it was to do with me malloc'ing the memory and then doing myChar = "hello"; screwing up the pointer. I've sorted this now and my free seems to work OK
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accepted Freeing a malloc'd char* causing a segfault 11
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comment Freeing a malloc'd char* causing a segfault 11
OK, I'm starting to think that maybe I shouldn't be using callog as I don't know how long the string is going to be as its from a database so its mixed length. Perhaps I should be using strdup or asprintf
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comment Freeing a malloc'd char* causing a segfault 11
I did assign it a value like what you have got there on your second quote. If that is wrong how would I assign a value to target after it is calloc'd. Sorry if this is a dumb question I'm very new to C and learning it as I go
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asked Freeing a malloc'd char* causing a segfault 11
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comment The best way to avoid data charges by unchecking auto-update in play store
I'm not too sure to be honest, I guess it probably would as it is a background process.
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answered (Android) Native crash at /system/lib/libhoudini.so on Asus Phone
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answered The best way to avoid data charges by unchecking auto-update in play store
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comment SQLiteException: not an error (code 0): Could not open the database in read/write mode on specific device
Its a bit of a weird issue, the only thing I can suggest is to get the specs for that device and build an AVD as similar as possible and try every possible thing to replicate it although no guarantee's it looks like it might be a slightly different Android Fork for the Korean Market. I guess you are seeing the crash in the developer console, is there anything in the stack trace to pinpoint exactly where it crashes, if so, is it always in the same place
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comment SQLiteException: not an error (code 0): Could not open the database in read/write mode on specific device
Not sure why the downvotes either, seems like a perfectly fine question to me
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comment Adding Organisation and Organisation Title to a new contact programatically
I've updated my question, I don't think I've made my problem very clear to understand
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