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comment How to get one class using interface?
With the current information in the question, it's impossible for anybody to be able to help you. What is IEquipable? What type does currentItem.damage return? Are you trying to store the value of currentItem.damage or do you want to know the type?
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comment Using JavaScript files in NativeScript
What do you mean when say you can't run your app? Do you get any specific errors? What exactly does myFile.js do? You may not access the DOM but you may be relying on window or some other globals that aren't present.
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comment AngularJS ng-repeat for XML attributes
He's not looking for the current product index. He's trying to access the first element of a child collection.
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comment Object reference not set to an instance of an object but its not null
@clamchoda - Have you tried setting a breakpoint to see exactly what is null? Based on your markup, I'm guessing it would be the Items collection. If you're defining the control in markup, that shouldn't be the issue.
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answered Object reference not set to an instance of an object but its not null
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comment Linq to Entities SqlFunctions.DateDiff not supported
@ThomasHagström - Why would you say that it's obsolete? If you check the documentation, you can see that it's still included in the framework and there are definitely still operations supported there that aren't supported elsewhere.
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comment JavaScript - $ is not defined
You haven't included jQuery (or any other libraries that would use the $).
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comment Why are `?` and `!` not allowed in variable names while they are allowed in method names?
possible duplicate of In Ruby, a variable name cannot end with "?" such as "has_completed?" but a method name can, why and how to work with this?
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comment associative array versus object in javascript
@hlin117 - Associative arrays (objects) don't have those methods either. Only plain Arrays have those methods.
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comment Ember.js - Rendering additional data for a model
@brandonhilkert - Correct. You would load the original model in the model handler and then any extra data based on the model in afterModel.
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answered Ember.js - Rendering additional data for a model
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comment Angular - "if" block rendered after document ready
How is the form constructed then? If it's via angular, then you should be using ng-submit to handle the form's submit event rather than trying to listen to the element.
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comment Angular - "if" block rendered after document ready
Without seeing more of your code, it's hard to say exactly what might be wrong. If I had to guess, I'd say that you're trying to update parts of $scope outside of Angular's digest cycle (which means Angular won't pick up the change). Either that or the value really isn't what you think.
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answered codecademy javascript explain "+"
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answered Semantic ui Form
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