Append to new table
I need to migrate data from one table into three new tables. In one of the
new tables I need to combine two fields from the old table into one field.
[addressno]+[streetname] ----> [address]
I have not so far been able to figure how to do this. Any suggestions/ideas
would be gratefully appreciated!
TIA - Richard
OTH: Until a better idea comes along. Open your one table in the "Analyze
Wizard" (In the Tools menu). Use the Wizard to manually build the three
tables from one. Then open the table containing "AddressNo" and
"StreetName" in a ...undefined reference to 'pg_detoast_datum'
In PostgreSQL 7.2 (Redhat 7.3 version, so it is patched), I'm trying to
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Version-1 version fails with:
undefined reference to 'pg_detoast_datum'
According to docs at:
....by using Version-1 the pg_detoast_datum is no longer needed. FYI, the
function being created takes and returns a text argument. Are the docs
there wrong, or is there a bug in the library build, that causes
Version-1 to require linking to a lib with pg_detoast_datum...another game reference
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I'm running Kubuntu 7.04
I've just noticed the nice command texi2dvi which is alot faster than
compiling 3 times with the latex command :D NICE!!!
BUT I've ran into a small problem, --src-specials does not seem to work
with texi2dvi. I know it does in Miktex (texify) on M$XXX.
I've found this:
which I'm not sure what means, but I've tried to export the
--src-specials without any luck...
I hope that someone "in here" can help me :D
otherwise it would be nice to make whizzytex work wit...regarding the append to the file
I am trying to apend the data to the file through the open() using the
O_APPEND argument .
But not able to succeed, Is it possible in vxWorks?
If not possible is any other ways to do this ..
please help me out
Yes, it is possible to open files in append mode. It should be as
easy as ...
fd =3D open (<path to file>, O_RDWR | O_APPEND | <any other O_flags
you may want>, 0666);
write (fd, <data>, <lenght of data>);
The only potential things to be careful of that I can think of
1. Make sure to use either the O_RDWR or O_WRONLY option. The
The file texi2dvi at
is a UNIX shell script for processing a .tex file. Is there
a Windows .bat file or other equivalent for fptex?
> The file texi2dvi at
> is a UNIX shell script for processing a .tex file. Is there
> a Windows .bat file or other equivalent for fptex?
It is a shell script for processing .texi (Texinfo) files to DVI, and
appears to be an old (1995) version of macros/texinfo/texinf...tar/jar/ar that allows in-place updates and appending?
Hi, I'm looking for a file aggregation format (possibly
similar to tar/jar/ar) that will allow in-place appending
to files already in the archive. For example, if I have
a log file inside the archive, I'd like to be able to append
to the end of the file without having to extract the file and
write it back into the archive.
...Value type or reference type
In ruby FAQ, I find the following code.
n += 1
a = 1
addOne(a) # -> 2
a # -> 1
According to the manual, Fixnum is a value type.
Then the argument 'a' must be changed in-place.
Am I misunderstanding?
Thanks in advance.
"Sam Sungshik Kong" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> In ruby FAQ, I find the following code.
> def addOne(n)
> n += 1
This code is misleading. It should read
d...Difference between REFERENCES and FOREIGN KEY
When we create a table, what is the difference between
the REFERENCE constraint on column and the FOREIGN KEY constraint on table ?
I guess that the FOREIGN KEY constraint assures us that the referenced column is
a PRIMARY KEY in an another table.
You can reference any colums with the REFERENCE constraint on column.
Am I right?
If no, what is the difference?
If yes, if I reference a foreign key in the column constraint, am I doing
Here's the doc about creating table:
Creates a new table
CREATE [ TEMPOR...RE: python reference counting and exceptions
Andreas Huesgen wrote:
> In c++, it is possible to write a locking system similar to the one
> void myFunction()
> # create a resource lock. Locks some resource
> ResourceLock myLock;
> # the following line may throw an exception
RIIA - Resource Initialisation is Acquisition
Python is adding an RIIA mechanism in 2.5 - look at the "with"
...Error in APPEND FROM
set excl on
set deleted off
use database new
append from sourcedbf
APPEND FROM working fine when SET DELETED is ON.
If SET DELETED is OFF, APPEND FROM copies deleted record too but remove deleted mark.
Il 27/04/2015 14:51, email@example.com ha scritto:
> set excl on
> set deleted off
> use database new
> append from sourcedbf
> APPEND FROM working fine when SET DELETED is ON.
> If SET DELETED is OFF, APPEND FROM copies deleted record too but remove deleted mark.
Are you using latest xHarbour f...appending to file appends twice!?
Hi all, :-)
I wrote a Perl script to append Questions and Answers to a text data file.
The file would look like this and would grow when Q&As are added.
1 Q This is a question
1 A This is an answer
2 Q This is another question
2 A This is another answer
All I do is open the file for append, print 2 lines (Q line and A line) and
then close the file. What's happening however is that my data is appended
twice, like this: This is an actual cut & Paste of the entire file.
1 Q Here is my question
1 A Hee is my answer...New to C, "Undefined reference's"
Hi, I am trying to compile a sample program using gcc. The program
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files into one folder. Then I ran the command 'gcc prog.c -o
prog.exe.' It then gives me errors such as "undefined reference to
'_N_VNew'" where N_VNew is in the header files I put in the folder.
Usually gcc file.c -o file.exe worked for a c program that include no
user defined headers. I've never dealt with headers before, is there
some gcc command I need to use? btw, I doubt there is a problem in the
source code calling the heade...Re: How to repeat a program 10,000 times and How to append the #8
I don�t understand very well what you want to get.
I have coded this sample of 600 sums and std�s.
Perhaps it can give you a trick of how to get your target table.
%do k=1 %to 600 %by 1;
do i=1 to 10;
proc summary data= t&k nway;
output out=stat&k (drop=_:) sum()= std()= /autoname;
proc delete data= t&k ; run;
%do k=1 %to 600 %by 1;
2009/10/9 Joe Matise <sno...Suggested references on how to make a Cocoa application scriptable
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Does anyone have a copy of this manual that they would share.
Jim Flanagan <jflan@tampaREMOVEbay.rr.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have a copy of this manual that they would share.
HP-HIL (Human Interface Link) or
HP-IL (Interface Loop)?
There were publications on HP-IL,
but I don't recall any on HP-HIL.
There was industry interest in making HIL a more
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Ditto for CS/80 vs. SCSI.
You either set standards,
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Regards, Bob Niland mailto:...gfortran/g77 ld problem: undefined references
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When I try to link to the library created (libran.a) I get a whole pile
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The routines that are undefined are not part of the random number
package or the program that is being linked to it.
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/etc/resolv.conf has a line "domain mydomain"
These problem occurs only if i try to use the ftp or telnet command, ping
"Sirko Krauskopf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> on my AIX 4.3.3 (ML10) Box the domainname from /etc/resolv.conf will ...Where is the document for \ (backslash operator for creating a reference)
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>>>>> "Peng" == Peng Yu <email@example.com> writes:
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Please note, I am not asking what it is that rvalue
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Asked another way, if we were to permit regular
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Is there a free/sharware utility for the Mac to count and tabulate
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Vince Heuring ECE Department, University of Colorado - Boulder
To email, remove the Vince.
Does creating a LOR (List of References) give you the information you need?
Vince Heuring wrote:
> Is there a free/sharware utility for the Mac to count and tabulate
> cross-references and their sources in a Frame file?
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I want to append data only after certain interval so how to do?
My code looks like that
m = mean(nonzeros(A(:)));
save('Data/s.mat', 's','-append','-ascii' );
"mat001 " <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message <email@example.com>...
> I want to append data only after certain interval so how to do?
> My code looks like that
> m = mean(nonzeros(A(:)));
> save('Data/s.mat', 's','-append','-ascii' );
your post does not make sense at all....append files
Somebody know, how to append several files in just one? The header is the same in all data files.
Thank you in advance!